Reviews

  • Jamie gives all your favourites a veggie makeover in his brilliant new book

    Mail on Sunday
  • Will undoubtedly get the country cooking more carrots. It strikes just the right balance between old, recognisable dishes such as quiche and moussaka, and new, such as Persian rice and dosas, to keep fancies tickled

    Meera Sodha, Guardian Cookbooks of the Year
  • By now he needs no introduction . . . With 11 chapters there's something for everyone. The curries and stews are impressive - and cheap! - while, this being Jamie Oliver, there's a hefty pasta section, with a proper pukka sweet leek carbonara . . . There's an impressive range of dishes, inspired from all over the globe, that don't skimp on flavour

    Daily Telegraph
  • Jamie's latest book is full of simple dinners and family favourites designed to help you discover that veg can be delicious. He includes new ways to cook old favourites. The yummiest recipes include sweet leek carbonara, picnic pasta salad and easy pea and spinach samosas. Quick, cheap and easy to prepare

    Sun, Best Books of 2019
  • Whether you're a lifelong vegetarian or occasionally opt for meat-free dishes, the Naked Chef's latest book is packed with quick and easy dishes to suit all tastes

    Best cookbooks of 2019, i
  • Dishes are vibrant and full of flavour and this book is all about making them affordable and easy

    Independent
  • Cooking for all the family has been transformed by the master of healthy home cooking. There's something here for everyone

    Woman & Home
  • Jamie makes vegetarian cooking easy, fun and accessible with more than 100 recipes that can be whipped up after a long day at work. There are bags of flavour in every one, with ideas from around the globe - and they're all family-friendly

    Good Food
  • Aims to encourage readers to discover the huge bounty of glorious veg, fruit, herbs, spices and pulses on offer

    Sun
  • Well thought-out and easy to follow

    Choice