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Jamie's Ministry of Food Recipes

Jamie Oliver wants to start a food revolution to get people across Britain cooking fresh food again. These simple and delicious recipes will help you get started. Once you feel comfortable making a particular recipe, Pass It On to at least two of your friends, family or work mates and start your Pass It On Chain! at www.jamiesministryoffood.com.

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Jamie's Ministry of Food - Banana Tarte Tatin

This is such a great recipe. The thing I love most about it is how simple it is. All you need to do is buy some ready-made puff pastry, split a few bananas in half and get something magical happening in the oven!

9mins

14 Oct 2008

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Jamie's Ministry of Food - Omlettes

Omelettes are tasty and super-quick to knock together.

4mins

14 Oct 2008

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Jamie's Ministry of Food - Sizzling Beef With Spring Onions And Black Bean Sauce

This works best with rice that has completely chilled down or, better yet, been made earlier and kept in the fridge. But if you can’t prepare rice for this dish in advance, you can still cook it and pop it into the fridge while you’re cooking the rest.

9mins

14 Oct 2008

Rank #3

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Jamie's Ministry of Food - Quick Salmon Tikka With Cucumber Yoghurt

I love this dish. If you’re a fan of chicken tikka masala, give this one a go. You might think it odd to use robust spice pastes on fish, but it’s very common in southern India. When buying your fish, ask the fishmonger to scale it for you.

7mins

14 Oct 2008

Rank #4

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Jamie's Ministry of Food - Chicken Chow Mein

This dish makes use of a tender, juicy Asian cabbage called bok choi, which is simple to cook and really tasty. You should be able to find bok choi in your supermarket but if not, then a nice litte gem lettuce or a handful or two of baby spinach works.

7mins

7 Oct 2008

Rank #5

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Jamie's Ministry of Food - Everyday Green Chopped Salad

Chopped salads are incredibly simple to make – you have to give them a go. If nothing else, they can offer you some chopping practice, so why not make something tasty while you’re practising your knife skills?

8mins

7 Oct 2008

Rank #6

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Jamie's Ministry of Food - Mini Shell Pasta With A Creamy Smoked Bacon And Pea Sauce

This is one of the dishes I cook for my kids, but to be honest, it’s so good that me and Jools always eat it too! Mini pasta shells are actually meant to be added to soups, but they’re so quick to cook, it makes them good to serve with pasta sauces.

7mins

7 Oct 2008

Rank #7

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Jamie's Ministry of Food - Parmesan Chicken Breasts With Crispy Posh Ham

This is a great way to prepare chicken breasts. The texture of the crisp cooked prosciutto goes brilliantly with the tender chicken. Bashing the chicken out thinly before you start cooking means it cooks much faster than a regular chicken breast.

7mins

7 Oct 2008

Rank #8

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Jamie's Ministry of Food - Meatballs and Pasta

Meatballs are fantastic! They're perfect like this, with one-minute home made tomato sauce and spaghetti, but you could also try them with rice, mashed potatoes, polenta or simple chunks of fresh crusty bread.

8mins

30 Sep 2008

Rank #9

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Jamie's Ministry of Food - Fish Pie

This is a fantastically simple fish pie which doesn’t involve poaching the fish or making a tedious white sauce. Loads of good, fragrant veg are added quickly by grating them in. You can use whatever fish you like making this as luxurious as you want.

8mins

30 Sep 2008

Rank #10