This week Jamie makes his authentic Pukka Curry – a proper thrifty feast all thanks to a cost saving cut of meat. Chicken drumsticks are much more succulent than breast and less than half the cost - proof that sometimes cheaper can be better. And at this price, Jamie’s curry isn’t just tasty, it’s way friendlier on the wallet than any takeaway. Next up Jamie introduces us to his super-fast, super-sized way to cook eggs – Mexican style. It’s an omelette – but not as you know it. Filled with oozy cheese and a guacamole-style slaw that can be made with any crunchy veg or salad you’ve got in the fridge, this delicious dinner is on the table in minutes. If you’ve got a load of potatoes that need using up, Jamie’s got two irresistible meal ideas: a giant veg rosti with perfect poached eggs – ideal for a weekend brunch or lunch. And then there’s Jamie’s crispy Cajun fishcakes that make the most of frozen salmon and prawns – both of which are way cheaper than fresh, but just as tasty. And last but not least there’s Jamie’s Snake in the Hole – a fun spin on a family favourite that includes the ultimate recipe for the best Yorkshire pud. Finally, find out how not to fritter away your fruit in Jamie’s money saving tip of the week. There’s a quick and easy compote recipe to transform apples that are on the turn; homemade berry infused vinegars to make the most of any sweet little stragglers, and a clever waste-saving fruit bowl trick that will make sure no-one can resist a nibble or two.