Serve with his homemade crisps and dips for an easy treat if you're expecting guests. They start with mackerel pâté and smoked salmon mousse (served with pickled cucumber), followed by chicken kiev with a side of delicious butter bean mash. The duo are celebrating the best of holidays at home in their Weekend Kitchen, with a host of dishes perfect for enjoying in the great outdoors. For more details of these cookies and how to disable them, see our cookie policy. I would like cooking books of John and Lisa weekend!!! John Torode and Lisa Faulkner have a warm welcome and serving up delicious food in their weekend kitchen. John's moreish ice cream sandwiches are the ultimate summertime treat, but are incredibly simple to make. They are joined by Queen of Chinese cooking Ching-He Huang, who gives John and Lisa a wok masterclass and cooks up some of her speciality Chinese recipes, including a sweet sundae pudding. 19 May 2019. This is followed by macerated strawberries with shortbread for dessert. This time they serve up a delicious spread which includes lamb fritters, the perfect scrambled eggs and a chocolate fridge cake, created from leftover Easter eggs. There's also a classic meatloaf with a modern twist and a warming sticky toffee pudding for dessert. Add the wine and boil rapidly, stirring continuously, until the liquid has evaporated. Join John Torode and Lisa Faulkner in their weekend kitchen. Served with a simple ratatouille, this flavour packed dish really hits the spot and will instantly become your new go-to recipe. There's a problem loading this menu at the moment. John's potato curry, Lisa's side of salmon, asparagus, and Hollandaise and rhubarb crumble are all on the menu this time. Lisa's cheesy slices are sure to become a firm family favourite - and they're quick and easy to make! John Torode and Lisa Faulkner welcome you into their kitchen for a morning of good food in great company. Still a relatively cheap cut, pork belly guarantees crisp, crunchy crackling and meltingly soft meat every time. John's boozy spritzer will keep you cool on a hot summer's day. Easy to follow recipes are the order of the day - appealing to keen home cooks and beginners alike. Try again. On the menu are duck pancakes with a homemade plum sauce, egg fried rice, and a dish with special memories for them - Goan fish skewers. Perfect for a summer day, these fruity lollies are definitely not just for kids! On today's menu, Lisa and John's Spring roast chicken, a fruity curry from Masterchef champion Shelina Permaloo, super simple Victoria Sponge, cheats raspberry jam and easy cheese scones. John and Lisa's Weekend Kitchen. For the deep fried goat’s cheese, shape the cheese into 4 small balls. Pull up a chair and enjoy John and Lisa's guide for turning your store cupboard staples into tasty family favourites. They start with fluffy American pancakes, served two ways, before making an easy peasy pizza base with a stuffed crust to go with it. For more details of these cookies and how to disable them, see our cookie policy. Add the onion, garlic, a pinch of salt and some black pepper and cook gently for 5 mins until softened. This will take about 30 – 35 mins. Place the cheese balls into the hot oil and fry for 2 -3 mins until golden brown and crisp. Later, there's a zesty beautiful sauce to accompany the pasta, and French toast berry muffins for dessert. John and Lisa re-visit some of their favourite dishes from across the series, including scrambled eggs and pikelets for breakfast and slow cooked steak chilli for dinner. Serve them stacked high with maple syrup and bacon. There's Lisa's cottage pie with a unique take on a potato topping, and John has a buttermilk chocolate cake that is sure to please everyone. Finish with the deep fried goat’s cheese and garnish with the tarragon. Remove  and drain on kitchen paper. On the menu are Duck Pancakes with a homemade Plum Sauce, Egg Fried Rice and the couple recreate a dish with special memories for John and Lisa. Then, John has a masterclass in making the perfect roast beef and gravy - served with Lisa's Yorkshire pudding. Sign in to see videos available to you. John makes a Chinese-style pot roast chicken, while Lisa prepares her favourite Thai curry with a lychee granita for dessert. The couple are using ingredients you can easily find in the kitchen cupboard or freezer to create a host of imaginative yet simple dishes. Remove the risotto pan from the heat and whisk in the remaining 50g of butter and the parmesan. Lisa's polenta cake is delicious and moist and the honey syrup with the berries really works. This week John Torode and Lisa Faulkner are looking across the Pond for inspiration as they create a hearty American feast. John Torode and Lisa Faulkner prepare a taste of the Mediterranean. Coat the goat’s cheese balls in flour, dip in the beaten egg and finally roll in the breadcrumbs to coat. Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 25 May 2020. Lisa's sweet and smoky beans are a great accompaniment to a summer barbecue - or serve loaded into potato skins for an easy lunch or supper. If you have a comment or query you would like LifeStyle to respond to, please use our feedback form. Add a ladleful of the hot beetroot stock to the rice and stir until the liquid is almost absorbed. Lisa makes patatas bravas and a Greek salad, followed by pavlova. Newlyweds John Torode and Lisa Faulkner are back in their kitchen with recipes including a traditional kedgeree for breakfast, a family favourite vegetable katsu curry, spiced lamb cutlets with potatoes and a coconut and mango rice pudding for dessert. Later, John has his tips for cooking the perfect Gammon Steak to go with Lisa's Celeriac Remoulade. They start with spicy crab cake rolls served with Lisa's lovely thousand island dressing, before making John's favourite cheese and sweet potato slices.Later, there are John's classic donuts - with both sweet and savoury fillings - plus homemade ginger beer and tropical lollies for dessert. This fizzy and zingy treat is deliciously refreshing on a hot day - and is well worth the effort. Spanish style beer can chicken with saffron potatoes. He's making a gorgeous lamb and couscous dish, while chef Phil Vickery is cooking up one his family favourites - his mum's amazing custard tart. Audio Languages. Lisa's cheat's moussaka is much less work than the traditional version. These sizzling summer sides go perfectly with John and Lisa's slow-cooked pork - and can be knocked up in a jiffy. Chef John and cook Lisa create inspiring dishes everyone can cook, sweet and savoury. Add the rice to the pan and cook for 5 mins, until the rice starts to turn translucent. This episode's menu includes John's one pan spicy roast lamb and Lisa's pear tarte tatin. Recipes include roast Greek lamb with orzo and olives, prawn saganaki pies, veggie cheat's moussaka and a super easy baklava for dessert. On the menu are Duck Pancakes with a homemade Plum Sauce, Egg Fried Rice and the couple recreate a dish with special memories for John and Lisa. Video availability outside of United Kingdom varies. Put the flour, beaten eggs and breadcrumbs into 3 separate shallow bowls. Kicking off with Lisa's French Onion Soup followed by Mussels and Fries. Stir in the chunks of beetroot and then the tarragon. John starts with pork and chorizo stew, followed by his one-pot rice. Plus, a simple souffle from Nadia Sawalha and Chicken Wings from Levi Roots. The show is full of dishes all the family will love to share this week. The rice should be soft but still have a little bite in the centre. Then there is Lisa's vegetarian stuffed squash - which is as simple as it is delicious - and, for dessert, John makes an incredible chocolate and coconut pie. John Torode and Lisa Faulkner serve up some delicious alternatives to classic takeaway dishes, including a fragrant Thai green curry, quick and easy onion bhajis with homemade green chutney, and an easy peasy pizza that is guaranteed to impress. John Torode and Lisa Faulkner have plenty of culinary inspiration for the weekend from their inviting kitchen. Episode 7. For dessert there's Lisa's legendary lime and passionfruit pie and, along the way, all their usual culinary hints, tips and tricks for minimal effort and maximum results. Everyone is welcome, from aspiring chefs to beginners and keen home cooks. As a top chef, John might be known for his exacting standards but at home, simplicity is often key. Beetroot and goats cheese is a match made in heaven - so give Lisa's dazzlingly pink, rich and creamy dish a go for a weekend treat. John and Lisa are in their Weekend Kitchen, where they are starting to feel festive with some Winter Warmers. These griddled gammon steaks taste heavenly served classically with pineapple rings and a refreshing summer celeriac slaw. Episode 7. John Torode and Lisa Faulkner serve up their favourite summery salads, including a spiced lentil and salmon centrepiece, chicken caesar salad and a Vietnamese-inspired beef noodle salad. Joining John and Lisa is chef Clodagh McKenna, who shares some of her favourite recipes from her time in America, including a delicious Montauk clam bake and warming whisky sours. Quickly browse titles in our catalog based on the ones you have picked. In the first episode of the new series the food theme is ‘It's All Greek to Me', where John and Lisa will provide viewers at home with simple and sunny Greek inspired flavours. 44min. John has an amazing pork belly served with Lisa's legendary potato salad and a salsa verde. There's a Mexican vibe on this episode with Lisa's beautiful slow cooked steak chilli, complemented by John's salsa and guacamole. Everyone's welcome from aspiring chefs to beginners and keen home cooks. © 1996-2020, Amazon.com, Inc. or its affiliates. Gino D'Acampo cooks up seabass in Sardinia, Levi Roots has a spicy roast lamb, and for pudding, Bake Off champion Jane Beedle has an irresistible cherry and pistachio tart. This filling vegetarian supper is easy to make and wonderfully fragrant thanks to the plentiful addition of coriander, coconut milk and chilli. On the menu are duck pancakes with a homemade plum sauce, egg fried rice, and Goan fish skewers. Angela Griffin joins John Torode and Lisa Faulkner and shares her favourite curry recipe and chats about her love of cooking. John Torode and Lisa Faulkner have plenty of culinary inspiration for the weekend from their inviting kitchen. There's also a family favourite - macaroni cheese (with a twist) and, for dessert, it's a classic ginger cake served two ways. John and Lisa will also be joined by not one but two legendary Phil Vickerys. After all, who can deny the enticing lure of Sloppy Joes? Lisa makes coq au vin blanc, finishing with apple and blackberry cobbler for dessert. This all-American classic will be a hit with the whole family.