Food processor recipes from Jamie Oliver
Jamie Oliver, the veritable chef, television star, author and publicist is known for his 30-minute recipes. The secret behind the speed is to cut down on long preparation times which many of us face, often more than cooking itself. Having the right tools and equipment can also help speed up cooking. Try food processor recipes from Jamie Oliver to see what we are talking about.
Gadgets and tools in the kitchen help cut down preparation time to almost half saving you a lot precious energy. If you are on a busy schedule, take a look at valuable food processor recipes by Jamie Oliver courtesy of the Jamie Oliver website (jamieoliver.com).
- - Crunchy garlic chicken
You will need: 1 clove garlic, 1 lemon, 6 saltine crackers, 2 tbsps butter, 4 sprigs fresh Italian parsley, sea salt, freshly ground black pepper, 2 tbsps all purpose flour, 1 large free range egg, 2 skinless chicken breast fillets and olive oil.
- - What to do
1. Peel garlic and zest lemon.
2. Put crackers in the food processor along with the garlic, butter, parsley, and lemon zest. Add a pinch of salt and pepper. Set aside
3. Beat the egg in a small bowl using a fork.
4. Flatten out chicken breasts on the pan. Dip the chicken into flour, then egg and finally cracker crumbs.
5. Bake or fry the chicken.
6. Serve as whole breasts or cut in strips. Use with fresh salad or as dressed veggies.
- - Sweetcorn and mussel chowder
You will need: olive oil, 2 rashers bacon, chopped, 1 small white onion, finely chopped, 2 sticks celery 1 fresh red chilli, 4 ears sweet corn, 2 medium potatoes, 900 ml organic vegetable or fish stock, 1 handful of fresh mussels, 4 tbsps cream, 1 small handful chopped parsley
- - What to do
1. Heat oil in a large saucepan. Add bacon, onion, chilli, celery and cook for 5 minutes.
2. Slice the kernels from the corn and add them to the saucepan as well as the stock.
3. Boil and then simmer for 10 minutes.
4. Wait for a few minutes until the mixture cools down.
5. Blend the mixture in a food processor.
6. Put the chowder back in the saucepan.
7. Add mussels and cream. Discard mussels that have not opened.
8. Remove from the stove and season as desired.
9. Serve with chopped parsley as garnishing.
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