A soulful bowlful that conjures up the street food of Japan. Thick yaki udon noodles are quickly stir-fried with thinly-sliced vegetables and a chilli-spiked soy sauce for oodles of flavour.
These thin and crispy turmeric pancakes – a street-food favourite in Vietnam – provide a savoury twist on sweet crêpes.
Whip up a delicious sauce with just your microwave. Passata is flavoured with garlic and basil, then cooked for 10 minutes. Serve with pasta or as a base for pizzas.
Jamie says: "A freshly baked pizza is hard to beat in the colder months, but getting it right can be a labour of love. I’ve swapped the oven for the frying pan so you can get a delicious family dinner on the
table, fast! This is all done on the hob and full of the good stuff – it’s one satisfying family favourite."
Jamie says: "I’ve given midweek pasta a bit of an upgrade by using garlicky, pre-cooked mussels – they instantly make this dish feel a bit special, but they’re budget friendly and sustainable too! The perfect recipe to enjoy with your loved ones this Valentine's Day."
Fuel the family with this comforting bangers and beans dish. Sausages and bacon are cooked with mixed beans in a BBQ-flavoured tomato sauce. Serve with soured cream and chive dip.
Whip up a delicious and comforting soup in just 30 minutes. Made using frozen veg and borlotti beans and served with garlic bread, this is the perfect warming, winter bowlful.
Transform your takeaway favourite into a quick and easy midweek dinner in our healthier version. Tinned mackerel is coated in a delicious katsu sauce, then placed on top of rice with fresh cucumber, radishes and a squeeze of lime.
With broccoli and lentils, this meatball traybake is packed full with vibrant veg. Top with a dollop of garlic yogurt to serve.
Our cheat’s lasagne makes midweek cooking easy! Garlicky mushrooms and bacon are layered between lasagne sheets with creamy mushroom soup and mozzarella. The kids will love this version of the classic Italian dish.
Spinach and feta are stuffed into golden puff pastry turnovers for a midweek meal the whole family will love. This savoury bake is made using frozen veg, to help you cut down on your food waste.
Try this delicious vegan stew as part of a sharing platter next time you're hosting. Or, double up portions to enjoy as a warm and comforting dinner.
Make sure no part of your roast chicken goes to waste. This rich and creamy garlic soup is made with homemade chicken stock. Freeze any leftovers you have to enjoy at a later date.
Juicy and garlicky, this roast chicken Kyiv is a must-try for your next Sunday roast. With crispy garlic breadcrumbs and a squeeze of lemon juice, you’re going to love this one.
Your favourite sandwich filling works just as well in jacket potatoes. Plus, it only takes a few minutes to prep ahead.
Warm up on a cold winter evening with this delicious Slow-Cooker Persian Lamb and Rhubarb Stew. The tender lamb, paired with the tangy taste of rhubarb and a blend of spices, creates a unique and flavourful stew that simmers to perfection in a slow cooker.
This low-energy twist on a British classic is made in the slow-cooker. With crispy bacon and caramelised onions, this lamb's liver stew is the perfect winter warmer.
This colourful vegan curry is sure to liven up your midweek meals. Aubergine, spinach and black-eyed beans are cooked in a lightly spiced tomato sauce. Serve with brown rice and a dollop of natural yogurt - delicious!
A rich and creamy pasta classic, you won’t be able to get enough of this chicken and leek alfredo. Serve with a generous helping of Parmesan and dig in!
This shakshuka is a great low-energy supper for one that’s ready in a flash. Made entirely in the microwave, try this recipe for a speedy midweek meal.
Transform tinned chickpeas into a delicious, hearty vegan curry. Serve with rice and a dollop of cooling yogurt-alternative for a fragrant, plant-based midweek meal.
Try this simple recipe that uses up those odds and ends that might otherwise go in the bin
Jamie says: ‘This is my Italian-style take on the
classic – it’s packed with flavour, yet easy and quick to make. I’ve used mince with added veg, plus tinned beans, to help the meat go further – so it contains more of the good stuff and is easier on the wallet too.’
Make the most of slow-cooker season! This French onion soup is so easy to make; simply bung in all your ingredients and let the slow-cooker do the work.
Jamie says: "Veggie pizzas are a great one to make with the kids and super delicious, too"
These harissa-spiked chickpea patties are really fun to put together, and great for getting the kids involved
Just a handful of ingredients create chef Derek Sarno’s super-creamy tomato pasta sauce, spiked with fresh basil and chilli
Jamie says: 'Making the most of storecupboard staples, this smoky and satisfying bake is sure to become a new family favourite. And it doesn’t just taste seriously good – it's nutritious too, packed with three of your 5-a-day.' This recipe is in collaboration with environmental charity WWF, which recommends eating meals that are rich in plants. For more information see the recipe method.
Packed full of veg, these black bean and sweet potato chilli bowls are the perfect winter warmer. Spiced with cumin and served with a zingy tomato salsa, this dish is full of flavour and low on effort.
This cabbage and soya bean rice dish is ready in just 15 minutes, making it the ultimate midweek meal for two.