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So what is nice in the Jamie Oliver Dinners book....

(22 Posts)
Twiglett Wed 20-Apr-05 15:56:05

like the mash with horseradish that comes with the bangers and mash ..very yum

the chicken tikka masala was much better next day

(DH made both the above)

JoolsToo Wed 20-Apr-05 15:57:53

have you tried the Chicken Maryland?

Twiglett Wed 20-Apr-05 15:58:46

snurk

bundle Wed 20-Apr-05 15:59:36

I think the Chicken Maryland is v good. someone called Letttwig posted about it recently..

Twiglett Wed 20-Apr-05 16:00:43

oy, you lot, quick ganging up on me .. gawd you are so.o.o.o. cliquey <<sigh>>

you aren't funny you know?

bundle Wed 20-Apr-05 16:01:16

snurk-with-banana-stuffed-inside

JoolsToo Wed 20-Apr-05 16:02:53

well really! you're the one that asked for advice please don't get all stroppy just cos you don't like it!

[slamming door]

bundle Wed 20-Apr-05 16:05:07

the pesto recipe is good, but pretty basic stuff

Twiglett Wed 20-Apr-05 16:08:23

buggered if I'm making me own pesto

bundle Wed 20-Apr-05 16:15:11

ahh that's what i thought, too...but life has changed now i make a jamjar every week. press finger on food processor, it's that hard!

TinyGang Wed 20-Apr-05 16:21:33

I wonder if ther's such a thing as a homemade turkey twizzler...?

JoolsToo Wed 20-Apr-05 17:22:33

bundle - you can blow glass too?

hoxtonchick Wed 20-Apr-05 17:24:20

homemade pesto is soooooooo much better than the stuff in jars. not that i've got the jamie book.

Twiglett Wed 20-Apr-05 18:06:00

visions of bundle blowing a glass jar every week

treacletart Wed 20-Apr-05 19:55:38

Jools favourite beef stew and Andy the Gasman's stew are both great

irishbird Wed 20-Apr-05 19:57:52

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

purpleturtle Wed 20-Apr-05 20:02:27

simple old pasta bianco is a fave in our house

Trinab75 Wed 20-Apr-05 20:36:00

The recipe for roast chicken and roast potatoes is just fab and my fave so far.

Not tried the stews yet, will have to give them a go.

bundle Thu 21-Apr-05 10:25:37

no, but i wish i could

taramac Thu 21-Apr-05 10:40:17

Is this book worth buying then? Have his others and only use them occasionally plus I dont eat meat - just fish. But did make the veggie sauce printed on other thread and loved it - opinions?

taramac Thu 21-Apr-05 10:54:01

Recipe for pesto wld be much appreciated bundle please!

bundle Thu 21-Apr-05 13:21:13

here you go taramac,it's a sort of hybrid of the jamie oliver/nigel slater one - ie i'm not v strict on quantities! - but around a handful of pine nuts with a crushed clove of garlic, two or three handsful of basil leaves, whizz in processor and add extra virgin olive oil gradually until gooey but not sloppy. i also add a squirt of lemon juice. then fold in finely grated parmesan and keep in a screwtop jar in fridge. you may want to add more olive oil when you use it if it's thick

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