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Jamie's 15 Minute Meals
E10 of 40
Series 1 - Episode 10
Jerk Pork and Poached Chicken
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Jamie strikes another buffalo stance as he rounds off this week’s quick-fire dinners with the kind of flourishes that only a professional chef, who has someone to clean up after him, can afford to make. It’s been messy from start to finish: if you’re going to get food on the table in a quarter of an hour,
the washing up has to wait.
Today’s feasts are jerk pork with grilled corn and a crunchy salad with crisp tortilla bits, and a rustic minestrone with poached chicken and salsa verde. The calorie counts are a handy innovation for anyone who’s trying to live well — though if you rush about the kitchen like Jamie, you’ll have created a handy energy deficit before you sit down to eat.
Chef Jamie Oliver prepares more quick meals, including his recipe for jerk pork with grilled corn and crunchy tortilla salad, as well as minestrone poached chicken and salsa verde.
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