7 Ways shows you how to reinvent your cooking with a fresh look at favourite ingredients. It includes more than 120 new, exciting and delicious recipes.
In creating this book, Jamie has looked at the top ingredients we buy week in, week out. We’re talking about those meal staples we pick up without thinking – chicken breasts, salmon fillets, mince, eggs, potatoes, broccoli, mushrooms, to name but a few. We’re all busy, but that shouldn’t stop us from having a tasty, nutritious meal after a long day at work or looking after the kids. So, rather than trying to change what we buy, Jamie wants to give everyone new inspiration for their favourite supermarket ingredients.
Jamie shares 7 achievable, exciting and tasty ways to cook 18 of our favourite ingredients, and each recipe includes a minimal amount of ingredients. Across the book, at least 70% of the recipes are everyday options from both an ease and nutritional point of view, meaning you’re covered for every day of the week.
With everything from fakeaways and traybakes to family and freezer favourites, you’ll find bags of inspiration to help you mix things up in the kitchen. 7 Ways is the most reader-focused cookbook Jamie has ever written.
Jamie Oliver started cooking at his parents' pub, The Cricketers, in Clavering, Essex, at the age of eight. After leaving school he began a career as a chef that took him to the River Café, where he was famously spotted by a television production company. His approachable and easy-to-do cuisine has seen him front numerous television including The Naked Chef which aired in 1999 on the BBC, followed by his first cook book under the same name. His television work included a documentary, Jamie's Kitchen, which gained him an invitation from Prime Minister at the time, Tony Blair to visit 10 Downing Street. He has also been involved with introducing schoolchildren to healthier foods under the Feed Me Better iniatiative.