Ten Free Jamie Oliver 15-Minute Meals Recipe Cards to Collect

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Ten Free Jamie Oliver 15-Minute Meals Recipe Cards to Collect


YOU CAN ALSO DOWNLOAD A VIDEO OF TODAY'S RECIPE TODAY Grilled Steak DOWNLOAD the Channel 4 15-Minute Meals app on your iPad or iPhone to unlock a FREE video featuring Jamie making the dish featured on the front of each day's recipe card. To download your video, you will need an iTunes account. Visit the app store on your iPad or iPhone and search for 'Jamie's 15-Minute Meals'. Once you have found it, click on the blue FREE button, followed by INSTALL. You will be asked to enter your iTunes username and password to download the app. (You will not be charged anything). When the app is loaded, press the SCAN IT button, which is a tab at the bottom of the screen, and press START. Hold the iPad or iPhone horizontally (landscape) over the image on the front of the recipe card. Hold it steady and two buttons will appear on the screen saying VIEW MEAL CARD. Press either of these buttons and you will automatically be taken to that recipe's video. You will need to select the green DOWNLOAD MEAL VIDEO button and your video will start downloading. When it has finished, press the play button, sit back and enjoy watching Jamie in action.

NB: The FREE downloads are available until midnight on the day of each day's recipe card. To download the recipe after this deadline, you will be charged [pounds sterling]1.49.

HE'S Britain's favourite chef, and continuing today Jamie Oliver will be showing how you can cook his delicious, nutritious, super-fast meals!

Two recipes were in Saturday's Mail and a third was in yesterday's Mail on Sunday. Today you can pick up your fourth Jamie Oliver 15-Minute Meal recipe card -- delicious grilled steak and mouth-watering falafel wraps. In total there are ten glossy, wipeclean cards, with 20 delicious recipes for you to try. From the best fish baps to quick lamb tagine, Jamie's fabulous recipe cards are bursting with top tips and healthy meals, and they're even calorie counted. You'll also find essential hints at the start of each recipe. And don't worry if you missed any of Jamie's recipe cards. Simply collect ten differently dated tokens and we will post you the complete set.

HOW TO GET YOUR RECIPE CARDS CUT out the voucher printed on the right and take it to your nearest Tesco, WHSmith*, Martin's, McColl's and RS McColl, Eason or Mailselected retailer**, where you can pick up today's free recipe card. Or, if you prefer, collect ten differently dated tokens from those we will print until Friday, October 26, send them with a cheque for [pounds sterling]3. …

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