KERALAN VEGGIE CURRY WITH POPPADOMS Add some sunshine to dinnertime with this vibrant, turmeric-spiked curry, packed full of cauliflower and chickpeas. The added pineapple gives the dish a lovely sweetness, too. INDIAN-STYLE BAKED CHICKEN The simple marinade of garam masala, cumin, smoked paprika, coriander and turmeric really turns up the dial on this baked chicken Read the full article…
So, with the help of our Food Standards team, we’ve pulled together a clear list of what’s important to us, and what you can look for when you’re shopping (★) . EGGS ★ RSPCA-approved barn or free-range eggs ★ Free-range ★ Organic We want to ensure the eggs we eat come from happy hens who Read the full article…
If you’re heading to university this month (or waving off someone else), check out our essential guide to kitchen kit for students. From batch cooking to one-pan fry-ups, this collection of must-have equipment will cover all your student cooking needs!
We’ve rounded up six super little snacks to help you make healthy eating part of the school day. Have one of these fun and tasty treats ready when the kids get back from school and the thought of crisps or chocolate won’t even cross their minds!
Used in moderation, butter adds fantastic depth of flavour to dishes. Standard butter will go brown and smoke if you get it really hot (which, sometimes, is a good thing – think beurre noisette), but often you need to be careful to keep butter from burning. Bertolli with Butter and Olive Oil, however, has a lower smoking point than normal butter, which means you can use it in the same way as butter without worrying about it catching on your frying pan.
Take the kids on a tasty adventure with these fun, foodie ideas for day trips and things to do. Check out local social media groups for a better idea of what’s on near you, and take a look at your local council website for information on food markets or one-off events across the summer.
It’s the school holidays! So why not have a bit of fun over lunch and get the kids involved in making their own meal? Think about colourful combos of fresh veg, and hands-on dishes that the kids can assemble themselves at the table. Cooking together is a great way to keep everyone busy on a lazy (or rainy!) day, and get a little goodness into the kids’ diet as well.
Freezing fruit is a genius way to save time and cut waste in your kitchen. These four ideas are a great place to start, but get creative – there’s loads you can do!