I’ve been having field days experimenting with my magic food machine. The more I use it, the more I adore it. It has become my indispensable magic machine to prepare fresh healthy meals for my family. May I introduce my fav top 3 amazing functions in the Philips Jamie Oliver Food Processor:
|The Magic of Philips Jamie Oliver Food Processor|
1. Reversible shredding disc (fine or coarse)
|The reversible shredding disc shreds and grates veg in seconds!|
|The adjustable slicing disc slices ingredients according to your desired thickness!|
|Innovative serrated knife which makes quick instant ‘ice-creams’!|
|Sturdy base means no accidents in the kitchen!|
I gave two popular comfort food (pasta and chicken nuggets) a new, easy twist using the Philips Jamie Oliver Food Processor. Try them!
|Homecooked Crunchy Chicken Chop!|
3 large eggs
3 skinless chicken breast
4 sprigs fresh Italian parsley
1 garlic clove (peeled)
1/4 cup of plain flour
zest of 1 lemon
fresh ground black pepper
|Using simple ingredients found in any pantry…|
1. Wash the chicken breast and slice it lengthwise into 2 thin portions. 3 chicken breast will yield 6 thin fillets.
2. Put the crackers into a food processor with the butter, garlic, parsley sprigs, lemon zest and a dash of pepper. Whiz until the mixture is very fine, then pour these crumbs on to a plate. Sprinkle the flour on to a second plate. Crack the egg into a small bowl and beat with a fork.
|Blitz the crackers into crumbs in seconds!|
4. You can either bake or fry the chicken. If baking, preheat your oven to 200° and bake for 15 minutes. If frying, add oil to a frying pan on medium heat, cook the chicken breasts for 5 minutes on each side, until golden and crisp.
|Great as main dish or finger food for parties too!|
2. Jools Oliver’s Pasta
|Jamie Oliver’s wife – Jool’s comfort food during her pregnancy…|
400g dry penne
1 can chopped tomatoes (400g)
|Ingredients for the Jools Oliver’s Pasta…|
2. Add in the garlic, sausages, fennel seeds and oregano. Keep pulsing until well mixed, then spoon mixture into the hot frying pan with a lug of olive oil. When the sausage mixture is browned, stir in the balsamic vinegar and canned tomatoes.
|Blitz the sausages into mince…|
4. Drain the pasta then tip it into the sauce and give it a gentle stir. Taste, correct the seasoning, then serve immediately.
|A hearty pasta that’s so aromatic and satisfying!|
Check out my other post on the Philips Jamie Oliver Food Processor where I whipped up a tantalising Asian-inspired Chicken Satay in minutes!
|Join the Fresh Food Revolution by using the Philips Jamie Oliver Food Processor!|
Disclaimer: I received monetary compensation and a Philips Jamie Oliver Food Processor for the purposes of this review but all opinions are mine based on my own authentic user experience.
That pasta really looks amazing! and sounds so easy too! 🙂 I love using sausage meat in pasta sauce – something I learnt from JO too.