Chicken noodle stir fry recipe | Jamie Oliver recipes
This recipe demonstrates the principle of cooking hard and fast. I’m using chicken here, but you could try prawns, salmon or tofu instead – the key is to get everything lined up in order of cooking time, adding the ingredients that take the longest to the pan first. I’ve paired my chicken with broccoli, but feel free to add more veg, or mix it up with what you’ve got. Have fun with it.
Buddy's flapjack biscuits | Jamie Oliver recipes
Embracing store-cupboard ingredients, these tasty little morsels are sure to go down a treat for grown-ups, big kids and little ones alike. The method is super-easy, the food processor does all the hard work, and the measurements are straightforward, too. Get your kids to help with the weighing – they’ll love it.
Scruffy aubergine lasagne | Jamie Oliver pasta recipes
Bringing together two big hitters – aubergine and lasagne – this recipe is guaranteed to make you smile. It’s cheesy, oozy and mega delicious, plus it’s really fun to make. First I steam the aubergine, to make it soft, silky and a total pleasure to eat, then I crisp it up with garlic, chilli, sage and lemon for added flavour, before turning it into the most scrumptious sauce. Enjoy!
Jamie Oliver Allotment Cottage Pie Recipe | Keep Cooking and Carry On Channel 4
Jamie Oliver's Allotment Cottage Pie Recipe, as seen on his Channel 4 show, Keep Cooking and Carry On, is the ultimate vegetarian comfort food, packed with satisfying and delicious vegetables.
Cauliflower mac 'n' cheese | Jamie Oliver recipes
I’ve written this recipe to serve 6, but it’s easy to double up if you want to get into the batch-cooking vibe and get an extra meal or two in the freezer, or if you want to safely drop a dish on a neighbour’s doorstep (just don't forget to back away once you've rung the bell. Social distancing, people!). You can get this prepped in the morning, ready to bake up for lunch or dinner. Happy days.
Masala dosa recipe | Jamie Oliver recipes
This is my expression of a South Indian dosa. A light, crispy rice pancake filled with vibrant vegetables and spices, and served with an array of sauces and pickles – it's one of my favourite things to eat.
Squash & spinach pasta rotolo | Jamie Oliver recipes
Rotolo is definitely one of the more unusual pasta dishes that you'll see – many people have never eaten it before. The way I've prepared mine means it kind of feels like eating a lasagne or a cannelloni, but it looks really pretty and you get the gnarly crispy bits of pasta on the top, complemented by the softer pasta hiding underneath the sauce.
Fantastic fish tikka curry | Fish recipes | Jamie Oliver
We all love a good curry, and this one is brilliant for embracing different ingredients. I’m using frozen fish and veggies, but feel free to flex what you put in the mix. Really tasty, and super-satisfying.
Roasted veggie curry | Jamie Oliver recipes
Roasting the veg before immersing them in a ridiculously tasty sauce really intensifies their natural flavour, giving you even more bang for your buck. I’ve kept things fairly gentle on the spice front so that all my kids will give it a go, but feel free to add extra heat, if you like. I’m also giving you a cheat’s naan, which all my kids fight over. We’re using it as a vehicle to really bring spinach to life, but feel free to stuff with another veg of your choice, or to not stuff it at all…
Crispy garlicky chicken | Jamie Oliver chicken recipes
Super-simple to put together, this is a great, fast method for really good, crispy crumbed chicken, and I’ve added garlic for extra flavour. Pounding the chicken, both before adding the crumbs and to help them to stick, tenderises the meat and makes it even quicker to cook.
Comforting sausage bake | Pork recipes | Jamie Oliver recipes
The clue’s in the title with this one – it’s not the prettiest recipe in the world, but boy is it comforting and super-delicious. Let the recipe flex to what you’ve got in the house – check out the easy swaps below for ideas.
Crispy-bottomed steamed dumplings | Jamie Oliver recipes
Sweet roasted butternut squash and our humble friend broccoli are the heroes in this recipe. It’s great to give veg some love in these delicate flavour-packed dumplings. Crisp and soft in one mighty mouthful.
Pan-seared lamb | Jamie Oliver simple lamb recipe
Think of this as a fresh take on a roast dinner for 2 – it’ll give you the same comforting feelings but is much simpler and faster to knock up. You can have this beauty on the table in under 30 minutes.
Chicken Wings | Chicken recipes | Jamie Oliver recipes
I love this dish – it’s definitely finger-licking good. It’s inspired by Korean and Chinese flavours and that crazy song that all my kids love (I reckon by calling a dish after something they love you’ve got more chance of them eating it). Anyway, from kids to adults this is a solid recipe to give you tender, sweet wing meat with a beautiful sticky glaze. With eggy rice on the side it’s a great combo and happy, messy eating – not one for a first date!
Piri piri pork belly | Pork recipes | Jamie Oliver
Butchers are telling me they still have lots of big cuts available, so let’s celebrate that with this tasty recipe. Crispy pork belly roasted in a homemade piri piri sauce – a great alternative to traditional roast pork, and the leftovers will be phenomenal.
Tender lamb shoulder | Lamb recipes | Jamie Oliver recipes
Looking for an alternative Sunday roast? This slow-cooked roast lamb recipe with chickpeas and preserved lemons won't disappoint – tender, pullable meat and flavour-packed fat chickpeas. Incredible!