Parents, now your home’s become a classroom, you’re not only in charge of teaching but also cooking the school dinners. Thankfully, Jamie Oliver has planned some meals to take some of the workload off your plate.
Jamie says: "This delicious 'Home School Dinner' stir fry is super simple to make and packs two of your child's five-a-day into one dish. Finish it off with a dousing of Jamie’s secret ingredient, hoisin sauce, and prepare to pass your child’s strict taste test with flying colours."
Try the stir-fry recipe.
Jamie says: "Frittatas are my go-to for a quick and easy lunch, and are great for picnics, too. Ripple the pesto through the egg mixture before cooking, then dollop extra over the top for a hit of summer flavour."
Try the summer frittata recipe.
Jamie says: "This super speedy supper is so fun to make, and a great way to transform hardy greens into a deliciously silky pasta sauce. So simple, but, boy, is it good."
Try the super green spaghetti recipe.
Jamie says: "This is a great way to get kids to eat more fish. This recipe is incredibly versatile – use whichever fish you like (as long as it's sustainable) and add any herbs to the crumb. A fine grating of Parmesan makes a nice addition, too. It doesn’t matter if your bread is a bit stale, it’ll still work fine. And if you haven’t got any bread you can use four smashed-up cream crackers instead."
Try the herb-crusted fish recipe.
Jamie says: "This super-tasty, quick noodle recipe is all about the tasty dressing – toss through the hot veg and noodles, and then top with a fried egg (and chilli sauce for the grown-ups) it’s comfort in a bowl."
Try the easy veggie noodle recipe.
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