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Everyday Super Food

Written by

Jamie Oliver


27 August 2015

Who’s the author? Jamie Oliver, the nation’s most famous Essex boy, has been teaching us how to cook since 1999.

What’s it about? Everyday Super Food is about making healthy eating exciting, delicious, easy and fun with straightforward, achievable recipes for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Recipes we love: Griddled Steak & Peppers Herby Jewelled Tabbouleh RiceBerry Pocket Eggy Bread Pistachios, Yoghurt, Honey & CinnamonHappiness Pasta Sweet Tomato, Aubergine and RicottaGrilled Corn and Quinoa Salad Mango, Tomatoes, Herbs, Avo, FetaSuperfood Spaghetti Vine Tomatoes and Baked Ricotta and Mighty Mushroom Curry Red Lentils, Brown Rice and Poppadoms.

Good book for: Anyone wanting to make small changes to their diet to feel happier and healthier without compromising on flavour or having to spend hours in the kitchen.

You’ll like it if: You’re looking for an easy way to eat balanced, nutritious meals that taste great. Jamie’s done all the hard work for you so all you need to do is choose a delicious recipe, cook it up and, most importantly, enjoy it. Whether you want to dip in and out of it, make recipes from the book Monday to Friday or use it faithfully every day, the choice is yours.

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