Roast sweet parsnips for a wonderful side dish or try in soups and more with our great parsnip recipes.
Save on washing up with this traybake recipe. Chicken breasts are stuffed with a creamy Philadelphia Garlic & Herbs filling and topped with a crunchy breadcrumb topping. They're roasted alongside root veg and topped with fresh parsley for an easy midweek meal.
Give carrots and parsnips the VIP treatment at your next Sunday roast with this extra-special side dish. The combination of maple syrup, mustard and orange creates a sticky glaze that works well with both veg. Guests will be asking for more.
It's worth making extra whenever you have a roast as these bubble and squeak cakes, made from leftover vegetables will attest: Top them with ham and poached eggs for a perfect brunch the next day. To make the cakes, cooked veg and potatoes are mashed, bound with egg, and fried.
Ella has accidentally scratched the family car – oops! To break the news to her parents, she puts her cooking skills to the test, and carefully prepares a delicious meal – miso-glazed salmon served with crunchy, fresh vegetable slaw.
Use lean turkey mince for all the flavour, while keeping it healthy
This hearty beef stew is a brilliant winter warmer. Make your own parsnip dumplings with Cheddar and herbs and grab a spoon! The whole family will love this one.
A warming winter dish that all the family will love. These enchiladas can use up any leftover veg, so have fun and experiment.
Jamie says: "Mixing a little of the cooking water with the cheese creates a wonderfully creamy sauce in this midweek pasta dish"
Add a touch of colour to your Christmas dinner with these roasted root veggies
A use-it-all-up recipe that makes use of any old vegetables you have left over in the fridge. They’re fried until they soften, slowly cooked in stock, then little gnocchi dumplings are added before serving.
This Brie-topped root veg bake is the ultimate winter warmer. Packed with carrots, parsnips, celeriac and more, and topped with a melting cheesy topping, this is perfect for a vegetarian Christmas main or for using up the rest of your veg drawer after Christmas.
With all the flavours of classic nut roast, this vegan nut and mushroom roast tart with homemade pesto drizzle is the ideal easy vegan Christmas dinner.
This plant-based, freeze-ahead main is sure to wow your guests this festive season. Whip up some vegan gravy and you are all set, leftover pie keeps well too – perfect for a lazy Boxing Day dinner.
This stunning vegan centrepiece will knock the socks off your Christmas guests, whether they're vegan, veggie or meat eaters.
Make pigs in blankets the star of the show with this easy traybake. Cumberland sausages are wrapped in smoked streaky bacon and roasted alongside root veg. Coat in a sticky maple and mustard glaze and serve as a gluten-free main for your Christmas dinner.
This bubble-and-squeak-style hash makes a hearty brunch, lunch or dinner
Packed with meaty Cumberland sausages and filled with seasonal veg goodness, this traybake feeds a family of 4 and requires minimal washing up
Sweet carrots and parsnips with apple, bacon, honey and thyme: what's not to love about this colourful Christmas side dish?
Say hello to your new favourite vegan centrepiece, packed full of fruit, veggies, nuts and spices, this will entice even the most stubborn of meat-eaters
Try this delicious meaty starter for your next dinner party or festive feast. Quick-cooked minute steaks are wrapped around a roasted vegetable filling to create gorgeous little parcels your guests will love. Serve with a simple salad garnish for an easy,
This showstopper roasted veg toad-in-the-hole is made with gluten-free flour for an impressive gluten-free and vegetarian Christmas dinner
Got some leftover veg at the back of your fridge? Cut down on food waste and make these crispy carrot and parsnip fritters. The grated veg is bound with mustard, mayo and honey and fried until crisp and golden - use your Hellmann's mayonnaise to make a herby garlic dip.
Rustle up this vibrant, hearty cottage pie with a twist. This version includes a gorgeous topping of sweet potatoes, carrots and parsnips
Any parent will probably be able to relate to 'Sunita' in our Food Love Story. Kids can be champion fussy eaters, especially when it comes to vegetables
A lighter version of this family favourite - the polenta-based crumb gives the chicken drumsticks a crispy skin. They are perfect when paired with roasted vegetable chips and a yogurt dip
This recipe is great for kids! You can make these delicious rostis any size that you like but children love little mini ones spread with cream cheese, ricotta cheese or, for a more healthy variation, top with cottage cheese.
Cosy up on chilly winter evenings with this comforting lentil stew
Hearty and full of flavour, this deliciously wholesome stew is a surefire crowd-pleaser. Slow-cooked for beef that simply falls apart and topped with doughy Stilton dumplings - cold winter evenings were made for meals like this
Creamy potatoes, parsnips and turnips, mashed with butter and crème fraîche are the perfect accompaniment to warmly spiced and peppery haggis. After all, Haggis, Neeps and Tatties are not just for Burns' Night, this comforting combination is delicious all year-round.
We've given classic Scottish haggis a vegetarian twist with this gorgeous lentil, barley, parsnip and mushroom packed meat-free bake. Serving with neeps and tatties and a rich mushroom gravy tops off this traditional Burn's Night main perfectly
This easy, all-in-one roast chicken uses a couple of shortcuts making it possible to enjoy a roast dinner in the week but with little effort.
This colourful dish of fiery root vegetables, protein-packed quinoa and fragrant yogurt is the perfect veggie-friendly dinner for two
These root vegetable fritters are simple to make and are an excellent way to use up leftover beetroot, carrot or parsnip