HQ’s Favourite Five: BISH BASH BOSH!

This month we are celebrating five years of BOSH! To mark the occasion, we’re looking at some of HQ’s favourite recipes and extracts from each of the five BOSH! books.

In today’s round-up, we’ve got our eye on five brilliant recipes inspired by British classics from BISH BASH BOSH!. Have you tried any of these?


Served with garden peas, this delightful British classic is perfect for a cold winter evening. You can prepare the filling and mash the day before and keep them in separate airtight containers in the fridge, then assemble the pie when you’re ready to cook it!


A British classic, this Victoria sponge is everything you could want. Not only does it look beautiful, it tastes even better. With the fluffy sponge and smooth buttercream, we guarantee this is your new favourite cake. It will get messy when you lather on the buttercream, but that’s all part of the fun!


This is a slightly fiddly recipe but the payoff is so worth it. These home-made sausages are so delicious, they make for
an incredibly comforting dinner. But if you don’t have time, use shop-bought sausages! We suggest doubling the recipe
and freezing half the sausages, wrapped in foil and kept in an airtight container for up to a month. Defrost before cooking!


These little cheeky pies are a great party snack or they are great served on a plate with some mushy peas and chips. If you want to save some time, prepare the filling a day in advance, then store it overnight in an airtight container in the fridge.


A true shining star of a sandwich, this is the BOSH! take on the classic British fish finger, combined with a quick tartare sauce and delightful ‘mashy’ peas. The tofish fingers will keep really well in the freezer too!

BOSH! have been changing the world, one plate at a time, for five years! Check out their full library right here.

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