Jamie's Dinners is a collection of simple, modern family favourites
'There is only one Jamie Oliver. Great to watch. Great to cook' Delia Smith
Packed with a huge array of recipes, from very humble classics to exciting new flavours, this is the perfect cookbook for both beginners and pros alike, and with loads of recipes that the whole family will love.
With chapters on Sarnies, Salads, Soups, Vegetables, Pasta, Meat, Fish and Desserts, as well as a section on 5-minute wonders and kitchen tips & tricks, this really is a comprehensive cookbook for everyone.
Delicious recipes include:
· PARMESAN FISH FILLETS with AVOCADO and CRESS SALAD
· Awesome SPINACH & RICOTTA CANNELLONI
· Summer CHICKPEA SALAD
· Super-tasty SPANISH ROAST CHICKEN
· STICKY TOFFEE PUDDING
Celebrating the 20th anniversary of The Naked Chef Penguin are re-releasing Jamie's first five cookbooks as beautiful Hardback Anniversary Editions - an essential for every kitchen.
The Naked Chef
The Return of the Naked Chef
Happy Days with the Naked Chef
'20 years on . . . Does it stand the test of my kitchen? The answer is a resounding yes. Jamie's genius is in creating maximum flavour from quick, easy-to-follow recipes . . . It hasn't dated at all' Daily Telegraph on The Naked Chef
The Naked Chef grows up: Oliver, the ebullient British lad who enchanted the Friends generation of Food Network viewers, turns his focus from throwing impromptu dinner parties to cooking family meals and school lunches. As always, the emphasis is on tasty food that anyone can prepare and the book's best sections are devoted to simple fare such as sandwiches and pasta, where Oliver brings new life to staples like grilled cheese, with his Double-Decker Cheddar Cheese Sandwich with Pickled Onions and Potato Chips. The chef romps through shopping, kitchen tools, basic ingredients and core dishes, tying together his 120 recipes with the family-friendly theme of value for money. Readers already weary of Oliver's chipper British persona the enthusiastic descriptions of everything from poached chicken to herb-infused salad as "genius" or "brilliant," the exhortations to eat more "veg," another "best" sausage and mash recipe will not be won over by this fifth addition to the Oliver shelf. The extravagant package, which includes mouth-watering food shots, hand-drawn graphics and bright color text spreads, seems to include more photos of the chef and his family photogenic wife Jools and children Poppy and Daisy than of the dishes. But those who continue to be seduced by Oliver's infectious love of food and his cheerful narcissism will eagerly queue up at the cash register with a copy in hand.