Meat

Easy, healthy meals are all about taking classic ingredient combos, and using simple techniques to get the most from them. Traybakes, fish parcels, all-in-one pastas – it’s all about letting the ingredients do the hard work for you! Here are six of our favourite easy, healthy dinners – take your pick! BLACKENED CHICKEN Colourful, exciting Read the full article…

Comforting and brilliantly easy – spaghetti bolognese is a familiar dish to many of us. Keep it super-traditional, or include a clever little twist if you’re cooking for kids or want to make it veggie. We cover all the bases with these six incredible ways to make spaghetti bolognese. JAMIE’S CLASSIC Jamie’s go-to method for Read the full article…

This list of Jamie Oliver chilli recipes has got all bases covered, from your standard chilli con carne to a beautifully smoky sweet potato chilli, and even a turkey version for any Christmas leftovers. CHILLI CON CARNE WITH POPPING KIDNEY BEANS A killer classic, but with a Jamie twist – the addition of crispy popped Read the full article…

Find yourself wondering what to do with leftover chicken? We’ve got so many tasty ideas for you – try zingy salads and cozy pasta bakes, or step it up a level and use leftover chicken to make meatballs, dim sum or lasagne. CHICKEN, LEEK & PEA PASTA BAKE A proper family favourite, this simple pasta Read the full article…

This recipe demonstrates the key steps of perfect butterflied lamb. We’ve chosen to cook the meat on the barbecue with a Mexican-inspired marinade, but, once you’ve mastered the butchery, you can take this any direction you like! Serve your lamb with a chicory salad and a dressing of hot harissa mixed into cool yoghurt. It’s Read the full article…

Back in the 80s and 90s, the veal industry boomed in parts of Europe, and veal farmers produced a pale and soft meat, prized by chefs and consumers alike. This meat came from young calves who were confined in small dark spaces, with restricted movement, and fed on a largely liquid diet. The animals’ meat Read the full article…