How often do you find yourself in a situation when you don’t know what to prepare for lunch today? Let alone dinner! You know what we are talking about – you come home from work, you are hungry, but “what to prepare” question stays unanswered! When something like that happens, our website is full of healthy, nutritious and Prima sticks tasting receipts. Understandably, they are quick to make!
However, if you have already tried our other suggestions and are in search of something new, it is not a bad idea to consult professionals – world renewed chefs with their tricks to serve modern meals of incredible taste!
That is why, our recommendation for today are the following cookbooks, and while you go through their content looking for inspiration, snack on on Prima sticks!
1. Gordon Ramsey: Quick and Delicious
Carefully crafted and perfected unique recipes by world-famous chef Gordon Ramsey are a result of many years of trying different meals from all around the world. This cookbook contains 100 recipes that are tried out and adapted for home preparation and require maximum 30 minutes of your time.
2. Jamie Oliver: Jamie's 30 Minutes Meals
You guessed it, you don’t need more than 30 minutes to make Jamie’s recipes, which is ideal for those days when you want to eat something tasty and delicious, but most importantly fast. This cookbook is full of main dishes, desserts and side dishes for different seasons.
3. Guadalupe Rivera-Marin and Marie-Pierre Cole: Frida’s Fiestas
Our last suggestion of the day is not a typical cookbook, but we can guarantee that this book will not only take you on a gastronomical, but on an artistic journey too. This cookbook is a compilation of black and white family photographs of the famous painter Frida Kahlo, illustrated recipes and photos inspired by Frida herself. It contains more than 100 recipes, favoured by famous Mexican painter.
We believe that your appetite is now awaken, and in order to help you (instead of having to run to the store right away), here is a Jamie Oliver’s recipe, seasoned by of course, Prima Sticks!
- 2 cloves of garlic
- 50 g of butter
- 50 g of flour
- 600 ml of milk
- 500 g of broccoli
- 75 g of cheddar cheese
- 1 kg of cauliflower
- 2 pieces of stale bread
How to make
Sauté garlic with butter, add flour and milk in order to make the sauce. Add broccoli florets into it and once softened, use a blender to mix or mash the ingredients. Add a piece of cheddar cheese and set aside.
Clean the cauliflower of its leaves, separate the florets and spread on the bottom of a baking dish. Pour the broccoli sauce over it, add the rest of the cheddar and place in the oven preheated to 180°C. Leave it in for up to 1 hour. Golden-brown colour means it is done. Take it out of the oven and serve: crumble some Prima Peanuts sticks for an extra dose of crunchiness and stronger taste.
Enjoy your meal!