5 Ingredients - Quick & Easy Food
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By Jennifer Robinson. English chef, author and restaurateur Jamie Oliver began cooking at his parents' pub, The Cricketers, in Clavering, Essex, at the age of 8. Using all his culinary know-how, Jamie has developed a collection of creative and tasty dishes using just five ingredients, plus a few basics from your cupboards: olive oil, extra virgin olive oil, red wine vinegar, sea salt and black pepper. His recipes — which include egg fried rice, Thai-style crispy sea bass, sticky kickin' wings, and more — are perfect for busy days and made with the minimum number of elements to deliver maximum flavor. This series offers the ultimate set of go-to recipes that are quick to prepare and easy to remember. Followed by his irresistibly gooey chocolate rye cookies , home baking at breakneck speed. Then, to top it all off, hearty chicken pot pie , a comforting classic with a quick and easy hack for the perfect crispy crust.
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Chef Jamie Oliver's new cookbook highlights simple dishes that can be prepared with five ingredients. Oliver told "GMA" he focuses on "keeping it short and keeping the flavor big" in his recipes for this cookbook. Cook the pasta in a pan of boiling salted water according to the package instructions, then drain, reserving a cupful of cooking water. Meanwhile, squeeze the sausage meat out of the skins, then with wet hands, quickly shape into 18 even-sized balls. Roll and coat them in black pepper, then cook in a non-stick frying pan on medium heat with half a tablespoon of olive oil until golden and cooked through, tossing regularly, then turn the heat off. Finely chop the parsley, stalks and all, beat it with the egg and a splash of pasta cooking water, then finely grate and mix in most of the Parmesan. Toss the drained pasta into the sausage pan, pour in the egg mixture and toss for a minute off the heat the egg will gently cook in the residual heat.