Jamie Oliver's new cookbook includes meatball-stuffed & # 039; lasagne spaghetti & # 039; worth 638 calories

A look at Jamie Oliver's latest cookbook, Jamie Cooks Italy, includes a recipe that provides an incredible 638 calories and 26 g of fat per serving

His holy lectures to politicians and schools about obesity identify him as a devotee of healthy eating.

But a peek inside the covers of Jamie Oliver's latest cookbook reveals some extremely sinful and rather strange recipes.

Their 28th offer, Jamie Cooks Italy, includes a recipe that combines lasagna, spaghetti and a pie to create a dish that provides a whopping 638 calories and 26 g of fat per serving.

A look at Jamie Oliver's latest cookbook, Jamie Cooks Italy, includes a recipe that provides an incredible 638 calories and 26 g of fat per serving

A look at Jamie Oliver's latest cookbook, Jamie Cooks Italy, includes a recipe that provides an incredible 638 calories and 26 g of fat per serving

Called & # 39; lasagna carnival & # 39 ;, unsightly looking food, which the chef describes as & # 39; extravagant & fun & # 39 ;, includes meatballs, uses spaghetti instead of slices of pasta and, most strange of everything, it is topped on a plate with a pastry lattice.

The latest book of the television star includes another hybrid dish: a "semifreddo of rice with milk", consisting of ice cream made with rice risotto, which contains 376 calories per serving and 16 g of saturated fat.

Those who watch your waist may also want to avoid your sausage and your red wine risotto.

The dish, which consists of adding red wine instead of traditional white, has 839 calories per serving and 43.8 g of fat.

If risotto and arroz con leche were served as main and as a dessert, they would contain the entire 70 g daily limit of fat recommended by the NHS for a woman.

Call lasaña de carnenaval, the food includes meatballs, uses spaghetti instead of pasta sheets and is completed in a pie dish with a pastry lattice

Call lasaña de carnenaval, the food includes meatballs, uses spaghetti instead of pasta sheets and is completed in a pie dish with a pastry lattice

Call & Carnival lasagna & # 39 ;, the meal includes meatballs, uses spaghetti instead of pasta sheets and is completed on a plate with a pastry lattice

Despite being based on Italian cuisine, the book includes a recipe for ham, egg and potato chips, which contains a shocking 45.9 g of fat and 676 calories, and one for a 626-calorie borlotti bean soup.

The NHS recommends that a woman not eat more than 2,000 calories per day.

The book, which costs £ 26 and is the chef's second book of Italian recipes, presents numerous recipes of Italian grandmothers, or "nonnas", that Oliver met while traveling through the country.

Although the book was only released two days ago, a disgruntled customer said he was going to take it directly to the charity store.

Writing on Amazon, he said: "It's sad to say that most of the images look pretty unappetizing. [Oliver] He has made much better books than this. The local charity shop will benefit & # 39;

Earlier this year, it was revealed that Jamie's Italian restaurants were selling hamburgers that contain the entire recommended daily limit of 70 g of fat.

In 2016, the star launched a book of Christmas recipes that included a festive lunch with more than 7,000 calories per person, and almost 10,000 if it included suggestions for leftovers.

Oliver, who is estimated to be worth around £ 150 million, has spearheaded an impulse to ban junk food and has campaigned for school meals to be healthy.

Their efforts helped bring the issue to the forefront of politics and changed the types of dishes served in schools across the United Kingdom.

Last night nutritionist Katie White said: "There is absolutely nothing wrong with having an indulgent meal once a week, especially if it is homemade because you know what is happening … but obesity is on the rise and so is diabetes 2 in children as young as eight, so it probably would not be the food for them & # 39;

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