Sweetcorn, Carrot and Coriander Fritters

Sweetcorn, Carrot and Coriander Fritters by Katie Bryson for Parentdish.co.uk

Quick and crispy veggie treats, these sweetcorn fritters give an autumnal evening a little golden glow. Grated carrot and chopped roasted red pepper ups the vegetable count with chopped coriander and lime zest giving a little Asian breeze to proceedings. You can make the fritters extra small and serve as little starters with a sweet chilli dip, go […]

Broccoli and Chorizo Mac and Cheese Pots

Broccoli and Chorizo Mac and Cheese Pots by Katie Bryson for Parentdish.co.uk

Macaroni cheese is one of my all time favourite family suppers, you just can’t beat it for a spot of autumnal comfort food. My mum’s macaroni cheese was always so inviting, especially when she popped some bacon on top with cheese and breadcrumbs and whipped it under the grill until it went crispy. Divine. So […]

Sausage and Sweet Potato Skillet Supper

Sausage and Sweet Potato Skillet Supper by Katie Bryson for Parentdish.co.uk

Skillet recipes are having a moment, it’s officially a thing. I put it down to the continuing obsession with the cooking habits of our neighbours across the pond in the US of A. That and Pinterest. But really,  a skillet has become a hipster foodie word to use instead of frying pan. Sounds funky though eh? Massive […]

Chicken, Sweetcorn and Broccoli Pot Pies

Chicken, Sweetcorn and Broccoli Pot Pies for Parentdish.co.uk on Feeding Boys

A great way to use up leftover roast chicken, these ultra tasty pot pies have a creamy filling and crisp criss cross pastry crust. I know it’s not got cold yet, but i’m still in the mood for autumnal comfort eating. So with this in mind i’ve been experimenting in my kitchen, coming up with […]

October’s Bookmarked Recipes

Bookmarked Recipes on Feeding Boys with Tinned Tomatoes

I’m delighted to be hosting Bookmarked Recipes for Jac of the supremely brilliant vegetarian blog Tinned Tomatoes this month. It’s a monthly challenge to use those unloved and forgotten recipes that you have bookmarked from magazines, cookbooks, newspapers and online. Are you forever cutting out recipes from the weekend papers or ear marking delicious dishes from […]

Review: Veggie Stew in the Redmond Multicooker

Vegetarian stew in the Redmond Multicooker on Feedingboys.co.uk

Model: Redmond Multicooker RMC-M4502E Price: £139.90 First impressions: I haven’t road tested a new gadget for ages, so I was curious when the Redmond Multicooker landed in the Feeding Boys kitchen. The packaging featured a very glamourous looking lady and the product itself is very shiny and sleek with lots of curvy edges. Size wise it’s […]

Veggie Packed Lasagne

Veggie Packed Lasagne on feedingboys.co.uk

A hearty vegetarian family supper using Quorn mince and borlotti beans to pack the protein in, and a whole bunch of lovely vegetables blitzed into the sauce. My boys love vegetables, but if i’m making a sauce for pasta they prefer it smooth. The texture of food can be a touchy subject – so if […]

Spicy Prawn and Noodle Soup

Spicy Prawn Noodle Soup on Feedingboys.co.uk

A coconut cream-based soup bursting with chilli, lime and coriander, chunked up with a hearty supply of udon noodles, juicy king prawns and nutritious curly kale. If you’re looking for a satisfying lunch that’s impressive enough for a party of friends and family then your search is over. I developed this recipe as part of a Blogger […]

Seven Speedy Picnic Recipes

Vegetarian Jerk Spiced Scotch Egg - Allotment 2 Kitchen

So it was packed lunch ideas yesterday, and today i’m bringing you the round-up of super-quick recipes perfect for picnics from August’s round of Speedy Suppers, hosted by myself and the very lovely Sarah at Maison Cupcake. The weather seems to have warmed up again, so fingers crossed there might still be a bit of […]

Crispy Lemon Chicken Goujons

Crispy Lemon Chicken Goujons on Feedingboys.co.uk

A quick and tasty tea-time treat of juicy chicken thigh strips in a lemony crispy crust, perfect for dipping or putting in wraps. They’re oven baked not fried, and only take ten minutes to prepare and 25 minutes to cook. Make a few batches and pop them in the freezer for playdate teas. You might […]