Buying a whole chicken and breaking it down yourself is a super-smart way to save money. Plus, you’re left with the carcass – the key ingredient to a gorgeous homemade chicken stock. With a sharp knife and a bit of guidance a chicken can be broken down in no time at all.
Not just for breakfast, black pudding is a super-tasty, affordable and versatile ingredient that works a treat in all sorts of recipes.
We challenged Jamie’s Food Revolution Ambassadors to inspire us with their version of one of his 10 recipes for learning how to cook from scratch.
There are fewer things more daunting than staring at a gigantic, naked turkey on Christmas morning, especially if you’ve never cooked one before. But it doesn’t have to be all Nightmare Before Christmas! We’re here so that when your guests start arriving on the big day, you aren’t flapping about your bird being raw or undercooked.
Thinking of trading in turkey for an alternative festive centrepiece? Deliciously sweet and salty roast ham could be the showstopper you’re looking for.
Over 50 billion chickens are reared annually to provide us with meat and eggs – that’s around seven times the number of people on earth.
Chicken is one of the most versatile meats you can cook with. It takes on other flavours really well, and is a great base for all sorts of different recipes from across the globe.
They say happiness is homemade and this epic pork marinade is no exception. Its deep smoky flavours contrast beautifully with the hint of citrus and aniseed that all marry together beautifully when cooked to perfectly complement juicy, flavoursome pork.
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.
Chicken is a great go-to meat to whip up for dinner, but the same recipe served over and over can get tired, fast. Luckily, you can jazz things up by learning a new technique, such as how to spatchcock chicken – in this feature, our friend the Food Busker shows you how.