Author: JamieOliver.com

no-cook recipes

From beautiful salads and speedy sweet treats to vegan rolls and vibrant smoothies, we’ve put together a list of our favourite flavour-packed, no-cook recipes that don’t require a hob or an oven. These recipes can all be made with raw ingredients (some require you to boil the kettle, but that’s it) – just assemble the […]

Glass of sloe gin with sloes and a bottle in the background

Some of these fruits can be found in supermarkets, or you can grab a bag and get picking from hedgerows (just make sure you leave some for wildlife) or visit your local fruit farm, which makes for a fun autumnal activity! There are so many ways you can use up these seasonal fruits – most […]

BBQ sauce recipes

Add excitement to your grilled meat and veg with moreish dips and sauces, from a deep and rich BBQ sauce to spicy sriracha and chilli sauce. Cooking up Mexican-style food, like pork quesadillas? Team it with a hot red pepper sauce. For those serving up succulent grilled lamb or steak, pop some green or apricot […]

Jamie's open fire & camping recipes

You can whip up our easy camping recipes over a small gas stove, a barbecue or even an open fire. You won’t need much when it comes to kitchen equipment – a medium-sized frying pan, saucepan and wooden spoon will go a long way (just don’t forget the plates and cutlery!).  Do as much prep […]

homemade kimchi in a bowl; great for gut health

But what is gut health? It refers to the functioning of our entire gastrointestinal tract. Microbiota, or gut flora, is the name given to the trillions of microorganisms, including bacteria, fungi and viruses (all totally normal), that naturally live in our gut – and everyone’s gut microbiota is unique to them, similar to DNA. Lots […]

rhubarb recipes with pavlova

Rhubarb is technically classed as a vegetable, but is commonly treated like a fruit, cooked in sugar to balance out its acidity and used in desserts. Having said that, it can be a game-changer in savoury dishes and goes beautifully with roast pork, lamb and duck, as well as oily fish such as salmon. There […]