There’s no better way to celebrate autumn than with a comforting plate of homemade pasta – especially when it’s packed-full of sweet and nutty seasonal squash. Check out the videos below, then have a go at Jamie’s delicious squash ravioli. HOW TO PREPARE BUTTERNUT SQUASH Whether you’re using it in a warming, spiced pie or Read the full article…
Gorgeously juicy beef, crisp and golden pastry and a layer of soft, flavour-packed mushrooms – the perfect beef Wellington is a beautiful thing! It’s a proper special occasion dish, and well worth learning how to make perfectly.
Italian starters, or antipasti, include a fantastic array of tasty morsels to get you excited about the meal ahead. From cured meats and cheese to lightly grilled veg or deep-fried bitesize nibbles – the Italians do starters like no-one else!
September marks the start of autumn – a season packed-full of gorgeous produce made for hearty, comforting dishes. But if you want to hang onto those sunshine flavours, these three simple recipes make the most of summer’s final few ingredients.
Add extra oomf to all sorts of dishes with flavoured butter – it’s super-versatile and can be melted over steaks, rubbed under the skin of a chicken before roasting, stirred through mashed potato… or just spread straight onto a slice of toast!
We take a look at what you’ve been cooking at home, using Jamie’s new book ‘5 Ingredients – Quick & Easy Food’.
Here at Jamie Oliver we really care about the food we buy, cook and eat. We care about where it comes from, how it’s farmed, and what goes into it. But even the most savvy of us can find it hard to decipher the labels and language that are used to describe food provenance.