Jamie’s 15-Minute Meals Christmas Giveaway

Practical as a well as beautiful, this is, quite simply, Jamie Oliver’s most accessible book to date. Designed to help busy people everywhere prepare balanced, nutritional, no- nonsense meals every night of the week. Jamie’s 15-Minute Meals pushes the concept of fast, everyday food to a new level.

As Jamie says, ‘Creating these recipes has been a whole new experience for me, and I’ve made sure they’re methodical, clever, sociable, fun with beautiful food that will slap you round the face with big flavour!’

Published by Michael Joseph you can buy a copy of this cookbook here

The book is filled with fantastic recipes including some that I am looking forward to cooking up like the Thai Chicken Laksa with spiced noodle broth, glazed pork fillet with Cajun style rice and sticky bbq sauce & the viva la toasties. Apart from the recipes (even some scrumptious Indian inspired recipes!) the book also includes top tips for cooking, pantry stocking, nutrition and serving suggestions.

I am hugely excited to giveaway a copy of Jamie’s 15-Minute Meals to one lucky reader!

To be in a chance to win a copy of the cook book all you need to do is subscribe to this website in the pink box on the right hand side & answer this question –

What’s your favourite spice to use during the Christmas festive season?

Make sure to leave your answers/ comment below and winner will be selected at random.

Details – The competition will close on Monday the 17th of December 2012.

The prize is non transferable and cannot be exchanged for alternatives or cash. Deliveries in the UK only.

Good luck!

  • http://www.solutiongroup.co.uk Jonny Sams

    What’s your favourite spice to use during the Christmas festive season?

    Definitely chilli… and lots of it. Makes the cold nights that little bit more bearable!!

  • http://www.sauerkrauttosushi.com Karin

    Cardamom!

  • Nafilia Kalani

    Cinnamon

  • Abhijit

    Cinnamon !! The aroma just fills up the room and lightens your spirit !!! Merry Xmas !!

  • http://www.spicedinfusions.com Dave

    My Fire Roasted Infused Habanero Hot Salt is my go to spice any time of year! I put it on everything. http://bit.ly/Xv3n2q

  • Nitesh

    Cinnamon!

  • Claire

    star anise!

  • Libby

    Nutmeg!

  • Julia Farkas

    Nutmeg

  • Roger Cook

    Ginger! Most under rated spice, and at Christmas fits very well with all!

  • Phil

    Casia bark

  • Monse

    Nutmeg

  • Daniel M.

    Cinnamon! In pastries, mulled wine and, of course, curries.

  • http://lifekidsandthyroidcancer.wordpress.com/ Tina Robson

    I like star anise to go in Jamie Olivers Get-Ahead Christmas Gravy.

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