Gail Nicholls
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We can see that you’re all searching for dishes you can make with the leftover meat from your Sunday roast pork. Here are some suggestions.

{Spiced pork, apricot and sweet potato tagine} Try this tasty shortcut pork tagine, packed with juicy apricots, tender pork and aromatic herbs and spices.

This cake is a version of a baked cheesecake. Use the best quality ricotta you can find. If your ricotta is quite wet it would pay to drain it through a muslin-lined sieve for a few hours. Cover and keep in the fridge if doing this. The biscuit base is very thin and gives a wonderful little bit of crunch.

This cake is a version of a baked cheesecake. Use the best quality ricotta you can find. If your ricotta is quite wet it would pay to drain it through a muslin-lined sieve for a few hours. Cover and keep in the fridge if doing this. The biscuit base is very thin and gives a wonderful little bit of crunch.

The original recipe calls for rum or brandy essence, but these have arti-ficial ­flavours and colours so instead I opted for straight rum or brandy. You can use essence if you prefer.

The original recipe calls for rum or brandy essence, but these have arti-ficial ­flavours and colours so instead I opted for straight rum or brandy. You can use essence if you prefer.