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.
Cheesecake is one of those beautiful recipes that has a bit of festive wow factor, but is also incredibly easy to make. Winner!
We might pretend that turkey is the biggest event of Christmas dinner… but we all know that roast potatoes are what make or break your festive feast!
Sardinians have the third highest life expectancy in the world, at 82.8 years. Along with lots of pasta, tomatoes and fish, Sardinians eat a lot of citrus fruit.
In Jamie’s current series, Jamie’s Super Food, he visits a shiitake mushroom forest farm in South Korea. The second biggest producer of shiitake mushrooms in the world (just after China), South Korea produces an incredible 41,876 tonnes of the funghi every year.
Enchiladas are very traditional in Mexican cuisine, with their appearance varying according to the region in which they’re made – often appearing as a dish in themselves, or as an accompaniment to chicken or carne asada (sliced grilled beef).
Making your own tortillas at home is so quick and easy – once you’ve tried them, you’ll never look back! Follow this step-by-step recipe to get them perfect every time.
In the spirit of celebrating all things Brazilian, we’ve asked native Rosana McPhee to share her recipe for arroz doce – rice pudding Brazil-style!
You just can’t beat tucking into a perfectly cooked steak, seared to perfection and coated in a gnarly, sticky homemade marinade on the outside, and blushing pink in the middle.
Comforting, zesty and light, lemon meringue pie is the ultimate dessert. A sweet pastry case and thick lemon curd centre, topped with peaks of billowy meringue, the perfect pie is all about getting the right combination of textures, and tart and sweet flavours.