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9 May
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Ines’ Creamy Chicken Korma

My family-friendly creamy chicken korma is mild (without chilli), but flavoursome. If you are wanting to help your kids learn to like curries, this is a perfect one to start with… with more veggies ...
13 Apr
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Mexican Lasagne

Here’s an exciting variation of the original family favourite shared to us by Caitlyn Osborne, a Nutrition & Dietetics Student! This layered casserole, jam-packed with veggie goodness, is ...
15 Jun
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Gently Spiced Roast Pumpkin Soup

This soup is gorgeously wintery with a sweetness that comes from roasting half of the pumpkins before turning them into soup. The smooth texture is great for kids who don't like their soups lumpy....
7 Jun
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Green Martian Soup

Broccoli soup? I challenge you to give this delicious, simple recipe a go. After all, Martians eat it!...
22 Feb
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15-minute Pasta Smash

You arrive home at 5pm and have ZERO idea of what to feed the kids who are turning into crazed monsters before your eyes.  I promise you can get this tried and tested, tasty, basic recipe on the tabl...
17 Jul
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Porcupine Meatballs

This recipe is an old favourite. I remember it from my Everyday Cookery recipe book and Home Economics lessons! My dear cousin re-introduced it to me recently. The name helps make meat fun! If your me...
12 Mar
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Lettuce Cups AKA Sang Choy Bow

Sang Choy Bow didn't start off as a favourite in our house, but it is always fun! The recipe can be modified to suit fussy eaters. If simplifying the filling to rice and mince works right now, that's ...
22 Aug
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Salmon and Caper patties

This recipe is a family dinner favourite and over the years I've found lots of ways to modify it to create different and interesting flavours. That's what I love about recipes - you can personalise th...
16 Jul
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Chicken & Veggie nuggets

These chicken nuggets are SO SIMPLE to prepare, even the kids can help you make them. You will know exactly what's in them - real, whole food - and they taste great. Thanks to Dan Lewin (Kids Dig Foo...
30 Jun
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Dan’s Ratatouille

Thanks Dan Lewin for this delicious veggie-packed dish, suitable for serving with your choice of red meat or chicken and perhaps some crusty bread. This may be a challenging dish for some kids who do...

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