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As Receitas de Natal do Jamie Oliver (Portuguese Edition) by Jamie Oliver

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  • Roasted apple & squash soup

    • raybun on January 10, 2017

      This was divine!!! Easy to throw together, the roasting of the veg really deepens the flavour. The leftovers are going to be most welcome this (cold) week. I served it with goats cheese & prosciutto paninis for a more substantial meal.

  • Gravadlax

    • raybun on December 25, 2016

      This was a stunning centrepiece at our Christmas Eve meal. The texture was fantastic as was the flavour. The colour was absolutely beautiful thanks to the beetroot. I served it on rye bread covered in horseradish mixed with sour cream. Very impressed, considering how quick and easy it is to prepare. I cured the salmon last weekend for 36 hours, and as Jamie says it can sit happily in the fridge for up to 2 weeks afterwards.

  • Salmon en croûte

    • lou_weez on December 27, 2017

      This was a fabulous Christmas Eve main. I cooked the spinach and cheese sauce the night before and assembled the dish in the morning.

  • Baked squash

    • Jane on January 08, 2017

      This is a good recipe when you need something special for a vegan at the holidays. It looks very pretty and tastes great. My only change was to add some chopped pecans. An issue was that the rice was nowhere near cooked after baking for 2 hours since there is so little liquid in the stuffing. My vegan son didn't mind but I found the crunch a little off-putting. I would suggest pre-cooking the rice, in which case you will need less since the stuffing amount was just right to fill the hollowed out squash.

  • Champ pie

    • averythingcooks on March 05, 2017

      This was delicious ! I made half in my 6 inch springform and used Gruyere instead of cheddar because that is what I had..........I'm sure it is just as good with mature cheddar.

  • Balsamic potatoes

    • KarinaFrancis on July 23, 2018

      A bit different from the usual roast potato, great for a change

  • Red onion gratin

    • angrygreycat on December 25, 2018

      Made this for Christmas Eve dinner for a change from my usually roasted small onions. Nice flavor with the mix of Parmesan and Gruyere. Super easy as you can make it ahead and then just stick it under the broiler for a couple minutes when you are ready to eat.

  • Glazed carrots

    • sjwill82 on September 02, 2017

      Made this several times since Christmas. Great way to serve carrots as a side dish to a roast.

  • Yorkshire puds

    • averythingcooks on January 08, 2018

      I made these on a lazy, cold Sunday to go with a saucy pot roast & oven roasted carrots. They were delicious! They rose sky high as promised and they were crispy on the outside and "hollow and eggy" on the inside . The rimmed baking sheet under the muffin tin is essential. Note to self : yes - he said to not open the oven during the 16 minute baking time BUT you should at least turn the light on at 14 minutes as the tops did get a little darker than expected .

  • Thai green curry

    • VineTomato on June 22, 2017

      Five stars. It has been a while since I've made my own curry paste, we have an amazing Thai place just up the road from us in Earlsfield so I normally buy the curry paste they make. The paste was fresh, herby and full of flavour - will be making this again! I missed the greens off the shopping list, so added in some frozen spring greens which worked okay, fresh would have been nicer. I deep fried the tofu in cornflour which is our favourite way with tofu. All in all a lovely dish to celebrate the end of the heat wave!

  • Tiramisù

    • lou_weez on December 09, 2017

      I made this today for Christmas, but before I placed it in the freezer, I may have had a sneaky taste and it was really good. I am a little skeptical of how it will go once defrosted, but the recipe did say it was ok to freeze.

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  • ISBN 10 9720062967
  • ISBN 13 9789720062963
  • Published Jan 01 2016
  • Format Paperback
  • Page Count 408
  • Language Portuguese
  • Countries Portugal
  • Publisher Porto Editora

Publishers Text

As Receitas de Natal do Jamie Oliver é uma obra que inclui todos os clássicos de que precisamos para o grande dia e para a época natalícia. Ali encontramos montes de sugestões deliciosas para criarmos presentes que os nossos amigos vão adorar degustar, receitas para o grande acontecimento, assim como ideias para aproveitar todas as sobras. Este livro é tudo o que precisa para ter o melhor Natal de sempre. CAPÍTULOS Introdução As Esplêndidas Entradas Pratos Vegetarianos & Vegan O Maravilhoso Mundo das Batatas Os Deliciosos Legumes Molhos & Acompanhamentos Abençoadas Sobras Sobremesas Festivas & Espetaculares Chás das 5 & Coisas Doces Adoráveis Presentes para Degustar As Saladas Superfantásticas Iguarias para Picar As Bebidas Perfeitas Guia para Assar as Carnes

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