Lisa Faulkner's baked cod dish is the hearty supper we're looking for

The TV star recommends this recipe…

We're always looking for new ways to jazz up a simple fish supper – and actress Lisa Faulkner just shared one of her favourite recipes. The TV star, who co-hosts John and Lisa's Weekend Kitchen with her chef husband John Torode, posted a photo of her supper on her Instagram Stories, commenting: "Baked harissa cauliflower, chickpea and tomato cod. So simple yet so full of flavour. This was one of the best recipes I've tried out from TV in a long while." The meal sounds delicious and just the sort of hearty, flavoursome dinner we'd like to cook at home.

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We found the full recipe on the ITV website, which describes the dish as: "The crispy chickpeas and harrisa-basted cauliflower blend wonderfully with the roasted cod. If there are any leftovers, add some spinach and have as a delicious salad for lunch the next day."

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Lisa and John's recipe serves four, has just five minutes of prep and take 25 minutes to cook. You'll need: a cauliflower, olive oil, harissa paste, chopped tomatoes, chickpeas, four cod fillets, lemon juice, coriander and salt and pepper to season.

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On 5 January, Lisa shared a photo of a mouth-watering chocolate cake that she made for herself and her daughter Billie. Lisa captioned the image: "Felt a little blue this afternoon… back to school feeling I suppose so I baked a chocolate cake for my girl with no icing just the way we like it and we sat and had cups of tea and cake and watched old eps of #gavinandstacey. Don’t know if I’m ready to go back to work and her go back to school. I have loved these holidays. I have to say the chocolate cake made us feel much better!!!"

Can Lisa cook for us, please? Mealtimes in her home look the best!

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