Jamie Oliver has joined forces with Tesco to bring you a series of healthier, more affordable meals that make cooking from scratch just that little bit easier. Take a look at the easy-to-follow video recipes below, and tuck into delicious homemade meals guaranteed to please.
Learn some top tomato tips with Jamie Oliver and follow his recipe for a punchy salsa, using the very best of Tesco tomatoes.
"The beauty of this banana and berry combo is that it works three ways: enjoy as a full-on breakfast bowl with some tasty toppings, drink as a straight-up smoothie, or freeze in ice lolly moulds for a healthy snack that somehow feels a bit naughty! My lot go nuts for them, grown ups included!"
"Forget messing around with the kitchen scales, my one-mug method is a brilliant trick for getting perfect pancakes every time. Simply use the same mug to measure out the flour and milk, before mixing with your egg - it couldn't be easier!"
"Harissa is a really delicious, fairly mild North African chilli paste that does amazing things to chicken. It's so much fun to serve this fajita-style, and so easy too! You're going to love it."
"Tuning in with the seasons means you can make this beautiful soup all year round and it'll always taste different - it never gets old! The mixed veg gives it a minestrone vibe, but I've gone for a nice bit of chorizo to flavour the base and used hearty barley - instead of pasta - for added bite. Make a big batch and freeze in portions to enjoy another day."
"There's a lot of love for interesting salads these days, which makes me very happy. This recipe makes the most of those misunderstood seasonal brassicas - Brussels sprouts - by shredding them, then lightly frying with a little bacon, before tossing with oranges, hazelnuts and crunchy wholemeal croutons. What's not to love?"
"I've stripped things back to create a phenomenal meat-free chilli soup. Blitz and serve in a mug for chilly nights, or embrace it in all its chunky glory!"
"This beautiful curry is full of attitude with its punchy, aromatic flavours softened by creamy coconut milk. Swapping squash for pumpkin makes it ideal for Halloween too. Seriously delicious!"
"You'll wonder why you ever bothered with takeaway noodles when making your own is so easy and delicious. I've simply thrown together a load of tasty fresh ingredients, such as crunchy veg, creamy cashews, warming ginger, zingy lime and wholewheat noodles, then topped it all off with an extra-special fried egg. Enjoy!"
"My frittata makes mushrooms the star of the dish as they have loads of flavour, with a deliciously meaty texture. I've paired them with a little cheese, garlic and crispy kale for a beautiful, simple dish - happy days!"
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