We’ve worked out a time plan for you if you want to cook up all of the main course recipes from Jamie’s new TV show, Jamie’s Night Before Christmas, this year.
Whether you’re a seasoned vegetarian looking for fresh inspiration, or you’re after some new ideas to feed veggie guests, we’ve got loads of lovely recipes to keep things exciting this Christmas. Here’s our pick of the crop…
Cheesecake is one of those beautiful recipes that has a bit of festive wow factor, but is also incredibly easy to make. Winner!
Can chocolate be a super food? It seems too good to be true! But there have been countless studies investigating the health benefits of dark chocolate and cocoa…
South Korea has very low obesity rates – just 6%, compared to 25% in Britain. Nuts and seeds are a super-important part of a healthy, balanced diet, and Koreans eat five times as many sesame seeds than we do here in the UK.
Golden honey-roasted parsnips are such a treat. Christmas dinner is the perfect time to take your usual roast parsnips to the next level.
There are few things more delicious, comforting or simple to make than a great dollop of buttery, smooth mashed potato!
In his latest series, Jamie’s Super Food, Jamie is in Sardinia, visiting a winemaking family’s vineyard and investigating the health claims linked to their local speciality.
Give your Christmas cookies a bit of extra sparkle by creating a magical stained glass effect using boiled sweets.
So what is a legume? Basically, a legume is a flowering plant that has edible fruits or seeds. It’s a really broad term that refers to all sorts of beans and pulses.