Tom makes the traditional British pub favourite of fish, chips and mushy peas. Rather than Cod, Tom uses Brill, a small flat fish caught locally in Suffolk where he cooks this classic recipe, Brill has a great flavour and is not in such short supplies as cod.
Tom makes a Ceaser salad without the need for adding the traditional chicken or bacon. The bold flavours from the anchovies, the rich ceaser sauce and the delicious crispy croutons means this recipe really holds its own for a perfect lunch or light supper dish.
These fish balls are nutritious, full of flavour and a little bit more interesting than many other fish dishes, especially for kids who may not be that into fish. If you buy the right variety, fish is super cheap and versatile, it tastes amazing and is a vital part of your diet.
Jamie creates a great nutritious and tasty recipe of ham hocks with parsley sauce in the latest episode of Money Saving Meals.
Jamie Oliver continues his campaign to create exciting and tasty recipes for little money with a British classic, steak and chips.