Whether you’re looking for a dose of nostalgia, or some light-hearted relief brought by spending time with your favourite TV characters - it’s called ‘comfort TV’ for a reason. But comfort food doesn't always have to mean stodgy carbs and meals that leave you feeling heavy. The healthy recipe box, Green Chef, has matched healthy comfort foods with the ultimate nostalgic shows the ultimate feel good evening. The only question is...will it be Friends or The Office first?
Re-watching Friends is guaranteed to get stomachs rumbling, especially after seeing Monica knock up 12 lasagnas in - you guessed it - ‘The One With The Dozen Lasagnas’. Imagine if Aunt Sylvia had told Monica that the lasagnas had to be vegetarian...
Whilst Rachel’s three-layer meaty trifle doesn’t sound the most appetising, it’s no surprise that we’re always left dreaming of pizza whenever we see Joey devour an extra-cheesy New York slice. Get the same cheesy satisfaction with our Whipped Feta Flatbreads for pizza-inspired recipe that’s full of fresh flavours.
Nothing says comfort like a Gilmore Girls binge this Autumn. This classic series is guaranteed to give you cosy vibes and is the perfect excuse to channel Lorelai and Rory and eat like a Gilmore. For die-hard fans, Sookie’s iconic magic risotto is the perfect dish to curl up and enjoy while you take a trip to Stars Hollow.
Of course, while you might not have the gourmet skills that have made Sookie’s magic risotto so iconic, you can recreate this quintessential Italian comfort food from home with a warming and luxuriously creamy vegan Jerusalem Artichoke & Asparagus Risotto
Originally airing from 1996 to 2003, Sabrina The Teenage Witch is a comfort TV classic which turned 25 this year. The animatronics for Salem may look a little outdated now, but there’s no denying the magic of re-watching an episode.
Whilst we may not have Sabrina’s ‘Magical Meals’ cookbook to help us conjure a pie out of thin air, we have the next best thing - a recipe for a fulfilling Chestnut Mushroom & Lentil pie that is guaranteed to keep you going through an episode or three.
According to Netflix, 58 million households watched Emily In Paris in the first month it aired. Officially the most popular comedy series on the platform in 2020, Emily In Paris became a TV phenomenon that everyone was talking about.
Whether your relationship with the series was love-hate or love-love, there’s no denying that watching 10 short episodes in succession felt surprisingly easy. With such more-ish TV, treat yourself to another round of Emily In Paris by preparing some cheesy Blue Cheese Stuffed Mushrooms to truly embrace the Parisian vibe once more.