As a busy, hard working, sophisticated young adult, you probably don’t have the time to be slaving over a hot stove at the end of your day. While everyone loves a take away or going out for dinner, it’s not a viable or sustainable option to be having everyday. This is where food god, Jamie Oliver comes in to help us. With his incredibly popular show; Jamie’s 30 Minute Meals, teaching us how to quickly make delicious dinners, we have no excuses as to why we aren’t cooking our meals at home. He’s not the only one making quick dinners, as there are now loads of different recipes over the internet for 30 minute meals. As there are so many different recipes for you to try, it might be a bit overwhelming finding the best. So, we’ve gone to the trouble of highlighting the best 30 minute meals that you have to try.
Yes, you can make all this food in with one of these 30 minute meals! This is a lovely and simple chicken dish that would be a great serving for a Sunday lunch.
Tapas Feast: Tortilla, Glazed Chorizo, Manchego Cheese, Cured Meats and Honey, Stuffed Peppers and Rolled Anchovies
This feast is super easy to make, and would make you look like an amazing chef if you served this at a dinner party.
This simple meal is easy to make but also extremely tasty, and the recipe comes with instructions on how to make a chocolate fondue for your pudding.
This is a delicious and quick meal to make if you’re in the need of carby comfort food. It might not be the healthiest of meals, but you definitely won’t be hungry afterwards
This recipe is a great vegan alternative to the classic Chinese duck pancakes, as jackfruit has a similar texture to shredded duck. The prep and cooking time comes to 40 mins, so even though it’s the over 30 min time limit, it’s definitely worth trying.
This simple meal is not only delicious, but reusable; as any leftovers can be put into a salad or pasta dish to make it more interesting.
If you need a little pick me up, chicken soup is always a great option. Why not make it more interesting by adding some Thai flavours into, by following this recipe.
This dish is really tasty and healthy, but if you fancy a bit of meat just swap the tofu for chicken!
This quick and easy meal would be perfect for dinner on a lovely summer evening, or as a quick, healthy lunch.
If you want a healthier version of a take away pizza, this delicious tart is your best option. If you want to add some meat to it, place some lardons onto the tart before you cook it.