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Jamie Oliver's divisive recipe causes a stir on Instagram

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Grace Lindsay

Jamie Oliver seemed to have caused a stir on Tuesday when he shared a new recipe over on his social media account.

The celebrity chef posted a video of his 'scruffy aubergine lasagne', a unique take on the classic Italian dish, in which he substituted beef mince for aubergine.

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In the clip Jamie says: "This is my easy-peasy scruffy aubergine lasagne. I know you love lasagne and this one is going to be a little bit different."

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WATCH: Jamie Oliver shares his scruffy aubergine lasagne recipe

The chef went on to prepare the sauce, explaining: "See that on the end of the spoon, it looks like rubbish, it looks like mess but that is deep, deep delicious flavour."

Jamie's method was certainly a little different, as instead of layering the sauce in between pasta sheets, the star simply added everything to a pan, tearing the pasta into small pieces and mixing it all together while it cooked.

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We happen to think that the recipe looked delicious, however, Jamie's followers didn’t seem so convinced. One commented: "No Jamie No. Please don't a good sauce and lasagne this way. Ciao".

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Jamie Oliver's take on the classic Italian dish divided fans

Another remarked: "I love the scruffy idea!! I hate aubergines" with some going on to ask what they could substitute the vegetable for.

Jamie isn’t the only one in his family who has caused a stir, as just last month his son Buddy sparked a debate with a new cooking video.

The 10-year-old shared the clip via his dad's Instagram page, and as usual, he received plenty of compliments for his efforts.

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Jamie's son Buddy also has a passion for cooking

Not everyone agreed though, and there was a little discussion in the comment section over the recipe, which was for campfire beans.

One commenter wrote: "Why you removing the green tops of the leeks?!!! WHAT A WASTE!!! You can eat those too and they are so good!"

However, one of Jamie's followers was quick to correct them, writing: "They are not going to be wasted! He said they were to be used for stock!!"

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