For pies, pastas, risottos and other tasty dinners, look no further than these tasty leek recipes.
These vegetarian rolls are jam-packed with flavour from leeks, walnuts, green olives and cheese. They're the perfect portable snack either for a picnic or in your lunchbox!
Cathy’s next-door neighbours have just brought home their newborn baby. Remembering what being a new parent is like, Cathy has an idea. She begins frying Tesco Finest Shiitake Mushrooms, then stirring in delicious caramelised veg and topping it off with fluffy dumplings. A big pot of her rich, warming stew is just what her sleep-deprived next-door neighbours need.
This quick frittata recipe is perfect when there's not much in the fridge. Crispy bacon, sweet leeks and tender potatoes are cooked with eggs and a generous amount of cheese for an easy dinner idea or weekend lunch - pack the leftovers into lunchboxes.
Make mash extra-special with buttery-soft leeks, Cheddar cheese and flat-leaf parsley. It's the perfect side dish to a roast or stew.
Jamie says: ‘This is a punchy spring twist on a familiar favourite. Peppery watercress is bang in season and full of good stuff too! Combined with
gorgeous leeks, lemon, peas and Parmesan, it’s quick to cook and a complete joy to eat. Get stuck in!’
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 veggie soup base mix can be frozen in small portions to save space in your freezer
Jamie says: “This recipe uses up leftover turkey in a comforting yet low-prep pasta dish, all made in one pan and ready in 20 minutes!"
Jamie says: "Mixing a little of the cooking water with the cheese creates a wonderfully creamy sauce in this midweek pasta dish"
Jamie says: "This rich, indulgent bake is a quick and easy one-pan way to dress up a pack of shop-bought gnocchi and a bag of sprouts. You could make this throughout the festive season, but it would be extra-useful during the in-between days, to use up those Christmas leftovers."
This plant-based, freeze-ahead main is sure to wow your guests this festive season. Whip up some vegan gravy and you are all set, leftover pie keeps well too – perfect for a lazy Boxing Day dinner.
With a gooey, oozy centre, this veggie main is absolutely perfect for any celebratory occasion. And you can make it ahead and freeze until the big day.
Upgrade your sausage roll recipe this season with the addition of softened leeks, zesty cranberry sauce and crunchy nigella seeds
Jamie says: "Whatever you’re celebrating – from Bonfire Night to the World Cup – my dishes will give your guests a warm welcome. A super-green risotto soup and traybaked beans with jacket potatoes – delicious!"
Jamie says: "This is a brilliant twist on a familiar favourite. I’ve topped a quick and easy mushroom stroganoff with layers of filo and baked it until golden and crispy. It’s all cooked in one pan, so there’s hardly any washing up, and a side of curly kale finishes things off beautifully."
Inspired by Welsh Glamorgan sausages, these crispy veggie 'meatballs' are full of herby goodness in every bite
Take your soup game from simple to superb with this pea and ham soup, filled with clever flavour boosts and next-level toppings
Turn simple ingredients into a satisfying bowl of pasta with a few smart tips from Jamie Oliver. Slow-cooked sweet leeks and thinly sliced mushrooms plus punchy garlic and salty Parmesan make this a go-to midweek meal
This beautiful cider-infused dish is full of flavour, with fresh white fish, crème fraîche and refreshing lemon. Ready in just 30 minutes, it's the perfect easy recipe for a quick dinner for two
Batch cooking just got that bit better with this jammy leek filling, with a helping hand from creamy ricotta, fresh spinach and basil
This easy gnocchi recipe makes a fab midweek dinner for two. The fluffy potato pillows are coated in a creamy sauce studded with soft mushrooms and leeks, and topped with breadcrumbs and Parmesan. Dig in!
This comforting gnocchi dish turns a handful of ingredients into an easy dinner for one. Cacio e pepe literally translates to cheese and pepper, we've added leeks here for extra flavour. Check out how to use up gnocchi in the tip beneath the recipe!
This comforting hash pie uses leftover roast beef and potatoes to make a winter warmer that the whole family will enjoy - tuck in!
This chicken and ham hock pie is an absolute classic! Tender chicken and ham hock are cooked in a creamy mustard and tarragon sauce, before being topped with golden puff pastry
Put your slow-cooker through its paces with this super sausage and butter bean casserole – the perfect meal to cook while you're working from home
For a quick and easy family dinner, try this hearty cottage pie packed with succulent chicken and crispy bacon lardons and topped with golden potatoes and rich Cheddar. Full of flavour and simple to make, it’s the perfect midweek meal.
Serve up this creamy 'n' comforting cauli cheese for a winning kids lunch. Serve with peas on the side for extra veg.
Pea and ham is a classic soup flavour. In this version, we've added leek too for extra veg. It makes a great warming lunch for kids.
Make the most of fresh spring produce with this green twist on a classic shakshuka. Asparagus, peas and sweet leeks are baked with crumbled feta and eggs for perfect oozing yolks – the ideal veggie brunch recipe or easy one-pot meal.
If you’re cooking for kids, use just apple juice instead of wine and water – it will cook down to a deliciously sweet glaze
This quick herby risotto is full of greens! Ready in just 30 minutes, enjoy the fresh flavours of zested lemon and basil.
An exciting twist on a comfort food favourite, this delicious lasagne is packed with layers of flaky salmon, fragrant veggies and a creamy Gruyere sauce.
A great soup for weekend – or weekday – lunches. The haricot beans mean it's filling, without being stodgy. It's also a really nice way to use up any leftover courgettes. Serve with crusty bread, if you like.