Featuring seven creative ways to cook up the UK's eighteen most frequently purchased ingredients, from chicken breasts and salmon fillets to mince and mushrooms, Jamie's brand new book and the accompanying TV series is all about making delicious meals easier than ever before. If you're watching Keep Cooking Family Favourites on Channel 4 and are looking for your favourite recipes from the show, you've come to the right place. Here you'll find some of the best recipes from the series.
From the book
Jamie Oliver: 7 Ways
7 inventive new ways to cook with each of the UK's 18 favourite ingredients
With pared back ingredients lists and easy-to-follow instructions, you'll find plenty of quick and easy dinner solutions
Featuring family favourites, one-pot wonders, tray bakes, roasts, fakeaways and more
Level up your Sunday roast game just in time for peak roast season to begin with Jamie's Cumberland sausage-stuffed roast chicken served on a bed of crispy roasties.
Jamie's very British take on the nation's favourite Italian import adds ale to the sauce and a good grating of cheddar cheese.
This healthier twist on a classic encases tender chicken stuffed with oozing garlicky butter in crisp, golden filo pastry. Serve with sweat pea and potato mash and roasted broccoli and you've got yourself a winner of a chicken dinner.
This cheesy pasta will sneak a good portion of cauliflower past even the most veg-phobic eaters.
Jamie's veggie twist on a cannelloni uses mushrooms to create a meaty texture and plenty of flavour.
For a taste of Greek summers, make Jamie's easy prawn kebabs, skewered with bread, peppers and served with tangy feta and a sweet tomato sauce.
This juicy, whole roast chicken is coated with kimchi and golden sesame seeds. Served on a bed of fluffy white rice, it's a fresh take on the classic roast dinner.
This quick but luxurious traybake makes for a comforting midweek meal or an impressive dinner party main. The salmon fillets are stuffed with prawns, Parmesan, and créme fraîche, and draped with salty pancetta.
Jamie's simple and crowd-pleasing sausage and mash pie has arrived just in time for those crisp Sundays when only a pie will do.
A healthy twist on the nation's favourite Friday night supper, complete with minted peas, chunky wedges and delicate fish in a bacon crumb.
Jamie's interpretation of butter chicken features tender charred chicken, warm spices and a creamy cashew butter-based sauce.
Jamie's easy take on a salmon en croute makes this comforting classic well within reach for a midweek dinner.
Ditch the takeaway and make the nation's favourite chicken dish the easy way with Jamie's recipe.
Jamie's smoked haddock and potato fishcakes are served on a creamy chive sauce. Comfort food at its easiest.
A tasty twist on a classic British dish, this vegetarian toad-in-the-hole is made with meaty portobello mushrooms, topped with crispy fried garlic, and served with a rich onion and porter gravy.
For a quick and easy midweek meal that's bursting with flavour, try this tender seared steak, served on a bed of sweet potato with a red chimichurri sauce.