Super Easy Recipes By Jamie Oliver & Gordon Ramsay
If you love to eat and passionate about cooking, then you must know these names. Yes! Jamie
Oliver and Gordon Ramsay, who are considered among the most popular culinary professionals all around the globe. These two international chefs have shown the world how delicate, sophisticated and full of art cooking can ever be. They both also have signature dishes, which are not much tricky, and not complicated at all. Here, you will find some of the delicious but simple recipes by Oliver and Ramsay, which include such simple ingredients and so easy to make that even novice cooks can prepare these to impress their friends and families.
Easy Sausage Carbonara by Jamie: This is a super easy pasta recipe that has only a few ingredients, serves 2 (633 Calories/serving) and can be cooked under 15 minutes. Let’s see the list of ingredients followed by the simple cooking process.
– 150 g dried tagliatelle
– 3 sausages
-1 large egg (beaten)
-30 g Parmesan cheese(grated)
Following the instructions on the packet, cook the pasta with salt. Keep a cup of cooking water discarding the rest and keep the pasta aside. While the pasta is being cooked, take out the sausages from the parchment and with wet hands rapidly make 18 balls of equal size. Coat them by rolling in ground black pepper. Now heat a non-stick frying pan over medium flame, and cook the balls
with olive oil tossing regularly until they are cooked evenly and golden in color. Turn the flame off. Chop the bunch of parsley finely and mix the egg with a dash of cooking water of pasta. Now toss the drained pasta and pour the egg-parsley mixture in the pan along with most of the Parmesan cheese with
cooked sausage-balls and keep flipping for a minute while the egg will be cooked gently in the remaining heat of the pan. Finally mix a generous splash of remained cooking water, loosening the pasta and garnish with rest of the Parmesan. You might add sea salt, black pepper powder or red chili flakes according to your taste.
Broccoli Soup by Jamie: Another super-easy, gluten-free vegetarian recipe that serves 3(115 calories/serving) and can be made within 20 minutes. Below are the ingredient list and the cooking process.
– 1 clove of garlic
– 2 sticks of celery
– 400 g= broccoli
– olive oil
– 1-litre stock
– ricotta cheese
Cooking process: After peeling, chop the garlic finely, cut and dice Take only the mint leaves of the stalks and finely mince them, reserving just a few leaves for garnishing. In a skillet, saute with a little olive oil for a couple of minutes until they are soft. Now add broccoli, and the stock and keep cooking for 5 minutes. Blend this mixture with minced mints in a blender or food processor. Transfer the mixture in bowls, season well with salt and pepper, then grate the cheese on top and finally sprinkle the mint leaves.
This can be a healthier version of regular crips delivering both sweetness and crunch that
you crave for every now and then. It is a delicious choice for both children and adults. It has only 2 ingredients and unbelievably simple cooking process.
– 2 apples
– 2 bananas(peeled)
Cooking process: Preheat the oven at 90˚C/gas ¼. Cover couple of baking sheets. Slice all the fruits as thinly as you can on the baking sheets (1 tray for apples, another for bananas). Insert
for 1 1/2-2 hours. Bananas will take more time than apples, so check the tray of apples after 1 and half hours. Once baked evenly, take out the trays and keep aside to cool down. You can eat them
immediately or store up to a week in an airtight jar.
Sea Bream by Gordon: Not only sea bream, you can serve any kind of fish fillets, like cod or sea bass, with this incredible recipe. It goes very well with the fish as a perfect vinaigrette blending in all the flavors. Here are the simple ingredients with instructions for cooking.
– 2 sea
bream fillets, ( each around 150g)
– olive oil
to fry the fish
– 200g cherry tomatoes
-Small bunch of coriander
– Small bunch of basil
– 1 lemon
– Sea salt and freshly powdered black pepper
Cooking process: To make the salsa, heat a small pan over medium heat and pour 3 tablespoon olive oil. Cut the tomatoes in half, and add to the oil with olives. Season according to taste with salt, and black pepper and keep tossing for 2-3 minutes then set aside. Take the coriander and basil leaves off the stalks and chop finely, mix with the salsa, reserving a handful to garnish later. Cut the
lemon in half and squeeze a piece over the salsa and combine evenly. Now heat a pan with heavy-base over a high flame and add a generous splash of olive oil. While the oil heats up, score the fillets with a sharp knife. Season the fish with salt, and pepper and cook in the hot pan for 3-4 minutes until the skin is crispy and the fish turns deep golden. Now flip the fillets and fry the other side for another 1 minute or two until cooked through. Put salsa on plates, and set the fish on top, and garnish with remaining basil and coriander leaves.