Tired of staring into the pantry or fridge and coming up empty on what to cook? Foxtel serves up inspiration with a delicious line-up of the best cooking series available on demand for the entire family to enjoy.
Kicking off today, Foxtel’s COOKING AT HOME on demand compilation will feature all your favourite celebrity chefs including Jamie Oliver, Mary Berry, Donna Hay, Nadiya Hussain, Anna Olsen, Paul Hollywood, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, Donal Skehan, Lorraine Pascale and Nigella Lawson.
For those new to the kitchen scene, Jamie Oliver has you covered. Jamie’s Quick & Easy Food is the ultimate set of five-ingredient recipes. Everything is quick to make, and easy to remember – the perfect choice for all cooking levels. Sizzling seared scallops, chicken pot pie, apple crumble cookies and garlic mushroom pasta are just some of the recipes you can try your hand at in this 18 episode series. It’s a new spin on fast food, as Jamie presents the ultimate set of go-to recipes for speedy and easy-to-remember cooking.
Australia’s favourite cookbook author, Donna Hay, embarks on the ultimate food adventure, taking simple recipes and giving them her signature healthy makeover in two series, Donna Hay Basics To Brilliance and Donna Hay Basics To Brilliance Kids. In episode one of Basics To Brilliance, Donna shows you how to master the perfect pork belly, which can then be used to create pork pancakes with pickled vegetables and hoisin sauce, as well as a pork belly rice bowl with bok choy and chilli. And for those looking for new ways to entertain the kids at home, Donna Hay Basics To Brilliance Kids will allow the little cooks in the house to create delcious treats such as Donna’s ultimate chocolate fudge cake, jars of her crunchy granola, better-for-you chocolate crackles and, of course, cupcakes! By making the recipes super-easy for the whole family to cook, everyone can master the basics, then turn them into brilliance.
To test your skills and tantalise the tastebuds Foxtel’s COOKING AT HOME on demand compilation also includes Nigella: At My Table, River Cottage Autumn, Nadiya’s Family Favourites, Jamie’s Super Food Family Classics, Bake with Anna Olsen, Paul Hollywood: A Baker’s Life and Lorraine Pascale: How To Be A Better Cook.
And from Saturday April 4, Foxtel will satisfy the sweet tooth with the SWEETS & TREATS on demand compilation. Easter is fast approaching, so what better excuse to get out the apron and get inspired with the sweetest programs on television.
Chocolate lovers rejoice! Inside Hotel Chocolat follows chocolatiers as they develop and pitch new creations and reveal how Britain’s largest independent chocolate company prepares for the biggest seasons in the chocolate calendar while Extreme Chocolate Makers takes chocolatiering to the next level with amazing creations such as a metre high, white chocolate fairy castle, a four-foot replica of Big Ben, and a life-size record player.
For Easter lunch inspiration Mary Berry’s Easter Feasts has you sorted with recipes such as handmade hot cross buns, slow roast shoulder of lamb with sliced potatoes, roasted vegetable quiche, cardamom and white chocolate sponge and Easter biscuits.
Foxtel’s SWEETS & TREATS on demand compilation also includes The Great British Bake Off, Extreme Cake Makers, The Great British Bake Off Easter Special, Flour Power, Mary’s Kitchen Crush, The Great Australian Bake off, Paul Hollywood: A Baker’s Life and Bake with Anna Olsen.
All of Foxtel’s cooking series are available to stream for Foxtel subscribers On Demand via internet connected IQ boxes, on smartphones and tablets using the Foxtel GO app, and via Foxtel Now.