Peanut butter chicken recipe | Jamie Oliver chicken recipes
A gnarly peanut butter chicken recipe with a delicious lime and chilli hit from Jamie Oliver's book 5 Ingredients – Quick & Easy Food. Try it tonight!
Chicken katsu curry recipe | Jamie Oliver curry recipes
Katsu curry is super-delicious and is one of Japan’s most popular dishes. Its heart is Indian spices, which were brought through the spice trade to Britain, where we manufactured our first curry powder; then, back again through trade, they went to Japan, along with the French technique of thickening sauces with a roux (fat and flour) – and the katsu curry was born. Katsu was traditionally made with pork, but I have to say, chicken is my favourite.
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!
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.
Easy gnocchi recipe | Homemade potato recipes | Jamie Oliver
In Rome, Nonna Teresa introduced me to this method, which doesn’t use eggs. For restaurant service, when the gnocchi mix is made in advance, eggs are useful, but cooked this fresh you don’t need them. She believes the fresher the mix, the lighter the gnocchi, and she’s right – you get a very good result with this recipe. It’s an amazing gift to be able to make good gnocchi at home. It’s quick to cook, very cheap, and total comfort food.
Cavatelli means ‘little hollows’, but I also like to think of this dish as ‘porcospino’ (porcupine) pasta! It’s easy and wonderful, handmade with a bit of love, and inspired by the spicy pasta Nonna Teresa made for me.
Korean style chicken recipe | Jamie Oliver chicken recipes
Spice up your weekend with my addictively tangy Asian-inspired roast, featuring an amazing sticky kimchi marinade and a vibrant slaw. Load it all up in my beautifully light and fluffy coconut bao for the perfect mouthful. It’s going to get messy!
Asparagus Linguine | Jamie Oliver recipes
I learnt this technique for cooking asparagus from one of the nonnas I met at the market in Rome. By frying, then adding a little liquid and reducing to a low temperature, you ensure the flavours combine beautifully. Creating emulsification at the very end gives a perfect sauce that’s as much about flavour as it is texture.
Delicious sausage linguine | Jamie Oliver recipes
The philosophy that a little can go a long way is so important, just as this dish proves. Being able to buy small amounts of ingredients as you need them, like one sausage, is a great reason to shop at markets. Go on, do it!
Chicken tikka skewers
Replicate the magic heat of a tandoor oven in a regular kitchen pan for juicy chicken with a gorgeous gnarly coating. It’s such a straightforward recipe, with all the flavour coming from the spice paste, while my secret ingredient – pineapple – adds a little sweetness. This method is all about controlled burning, so let the pan do its thing for amazing results.
Aubergine & black chickpea orecchiette
A beautiful Italian dish of aubergines, courgette, chickpeas, lemon and pasta. This quick and delicious pasta dish is from Jamie Oliver’s book, Jamie Cooks Italy
Greg Davies' Thai green chicken curry | Jamie Oliver recipes
Greg has always been fond of Thai cuisine, but found a real love for it after gigging there, especially for Thai green curry. Now, the base of any good curry is the paste, so it’s worth the effort to hunt out all the ingredients. Just remember, a little goes a long way, so make a big batch and freeze it in portions for future use.
Game-on curry recipe | Jamie Oliver recipes
There are so many beautiful game birds you can cook with these days. Plus, game is seasonal, so it’s often better value than supermarket birds. If you’re nervous, ease yourself in gently by upping the ratio of chicken. Trust me, it’s delicious!