• Aubergine and Coriander Pâté
    If you struggle to find new ways to cook with an aubergine, this recipe is a delicious vegetarian starter which is so easy to make yet it looks and tastes much more complex. Serve in a large bowl topped with coriander and lime wedges with slices of hot, crispy pitta bread.  
  • Flatbreads
    These are a great way to use up any leftover yogurt and are very easy to make. Perfect accompaniment to a store cupboard curry.
  • Roasted Ratatouille
    A great way to make the most of a glut of sweet vegetables such as red onions, aubergine, baby courgettes and orange peppers. The addition of fresh tomatoes and marjoram really lifts this dish and the colours look wonderful on the plate. Cook until tender and serve with crusty bread or a side of fluffy couscous.
  • Apricot Danish Pastries
    These pastries take a while to prepare but the wait is worth it. Set aside an afternoon and prepare you taste buds for a treat.
  • Chocolate Brownies
    The Falcon signature brownies are the perfect pieces of indulgence; soft, gooey and chocolatey. They really do taste fantastic and are sure to become a firm family favourite. 
  • Fruity Baked Pudding
    Packed with fruity flavour and goodness, this traditional baked pudding is a great way to use up seasonal berries and looks so pretty in the centre of the table. You can also use frozen berries - just defrost before use. We love the combination of strawberries, raspberries, redcurrants and blackberries, served with cream for a naughty but nice treat.
  • Chocolate Brownie Pudding Pots
    These lovely little pots take 16- 8 minutes to cook – ideal for a fast family treat. A scoop of ice cream would complement the gooey chocolate perfectly.
  • Roast Pork with Red Onion
    The perfect weekend roast with crispy crackling... 
  • Beef Pad Thai
    For those who love their spice, this Thai noodle dish has the perfect balance of chilli, garlic and coriander, with a dash of Thai fish sauce and dark soy for good measure. It’s ideal as a light lunch or main course for dinner, and you could always swap the steak for chicken or pork if you prefer.
  • Moules Marinière
    There’s a reason this classic has stood the test of time - it's its simplicity and rustic flavour. Seafood lovers will adore this starter and it’s so quick to cook. Serve with loads of crusty baguette to soak up the delicious juices.
  • Organic Rocket Soup
    Delicious served hot or cold, this simple soup turns peppery rocket into a main ingredient. You can use either chicken or vegetable stock, so it’s ideal for vegetarians.  Add more texture by topping with toasted croutons.