This green curry recipe is one of the best I’ve ever made. It’s also good made with prawns instead of chicken – just swap in 180g of peeled raw king prawns, and add them to the pan along with the … Continued
Jamie’s Ministry of Food was established in Australia in 2010, when The Good Guys partnered with Jamie Oliver to bring the concept to Australia.
Jamie’s Ministry of Food Australia aims to empower people, by teaching them the knowledge and skills to improve their eating and cooking behaviour, to make positive short and long-term changes to their lives.
The mission of Jamie’s Ministry of Food together with The Good Guys is to provide an engaging community focused programme that teaches basic cooking skills and good nutrition to non-cooks all over Australia, regardless of age, demographic or ethnicity, to improve their quality of life and health.
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Meatballs are fantastic! They’re perfect like this, with a homemade tomato sauce and spaghetti, but you could also try them with rice, mashed potatoes, polenta or simple chunks of fresh crusty bread. I like to make meatballs with a mixture … Continued
Everyone should know how to make a really good chilli, and this one’s a right cracker. I wanted to make sure this had real attitude, so I achieved a brilliant depth of flavour by mixing dried chillies with fresh ones … Continued
My kids love these pumpkin cupcakes. They taste a bit like carrot cake, as the two vegetables are very similar – I’ve simply swapped carrots for pumpkin. Both of them are wonderful carriers of flavours like cinnamon, cloves and vanilla. … Continued
Light and tasty, this kebab recipe will give you a taste of summer even if it isn’t quite warm enough to get the barbie out. The salsa works well with all kinds of chargrilled or barbecued meat.
Smoothies are not only deliciously tasty but they’re also perfect to have for breakfast, as they’re full of goodness. Adding oats and nuts to them is great, because it helps slow down the absorption of the sugar from the fruit … Continued
Think of a frittata as a posh omelette. They’re delicious hot, but just as good cold so you can even try popping a wedge in your lunchbox!
Chopped salads are incredibly simple to make, you have to give them a go. If nothing else, they can offer you some chopping practice, so why not make something tasty while you’re practicing your knife skills? Anyone can make these salads, just … Continued
Victorians gear up for arrival of Jamie’s Ministry of Food Mobile Kitchen Bendigo will be the first Victorian stop for Jamie’s Ministry of Food Mobile Kitchen with local residents having the opportunity to participate in a community based cooking program … Continued
Make sure you’ve prepared all your ingredients before you start – stir-frying is a very quick method of cooking and once you get going you won’t have time to chop up ingredients. Make this dish a bit more substantial by adding a … Continued