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 […]

Lemon and Mint Pesto with Tagliatelle

Lemon and Mint Pesto by Feedingboys.co.uk

  A light and summery pesto of mint and lemon makes a wonderful quick sauce for a speedy pasta supper, or brushed onto fish wrapped up and baked for a hit of flavour. I blitzed up a whole heap of mint leaves with the zest of a lemon, some toasted pine nuts, Italian hard cheese […]

Healthy mushroom soup

Healthy mushroom soup by Katie Bryson on Feedingboys.co.uk

I’ve had a bit of breathing space from work and i’ve finally got myself back in the kitchen for long enough to do a spot of batch cooking. The fridge was totally out of control with surplus amounts of random vegetables and Greek yogurt from the various recipe work i’ve been doing. It felt good […]

Roasted Tomato and Basil Filo Quiche

Roasted Tomato and Basil Filo Quiche by Katie Bryson on feedingboys.co.uk

I’m a huge fan of the quiche, but i’m really trying to be mindful of my diet at the moment. Pastry, cream and cheese are delicious, but can leave you feeling bloated and uncomfortable. So i’ve given my favourite pastry dish a lighter makeover, hopefully without compromising on flavour. I adore the crispness of filo pastry, […]

Easy Entertaining: Stuffed Pasta Shells

Easy Entertaining: Stuffed Pasta Shells on feedingboys.co.uk, photo by Sharron Gibson for UKTV

An easy but impressive pasta dish that’s great for a weekend lunch with friends. It’s a Gennaro Contaldo recipe for the Good Food Channel website that was part of the Spring photoshoot I cooked for last month. I got a bit stressed about not being able to source giant pasta shells, so in the end my […]

Cheese and apple quesadillas

Cheese and apple quesadillas by Katie Bryson for Parentdish.co.uk

After school snacks are essential in my house, if calories don’t get injected into my boys as soon as they’re out of the playground we get meltdownage, and I mean BIG TIME MELTDOWNAGE ON A THERMO NUCLEAR SCALE. Arlo is still adjusting to his first year of school, and being a summer baby the tiredness […]

Creamy tomato rigatoni with veggie meatballs

Creamy tomato rigatoni with veggie meatballs by feedingboys.co.uk

I’ve created this quick and easy vegetarian family supper to celebrate the release of Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs 2 on Blu-Ray and DVD on 17th February. I wish it would rain meatballs… it would make a very pleasant change to all this chuffing rain that is making us all so damp and miserable. My […]

Leek and cheddar quiche with coleslaw

Leftover Lunches: Leek and cheese quiche with crunchy coleslaw

A comforting lunchtime treat of shortcrust pastry tart filled with buttery leeks and mature cheddar with a light crunchy coleslaw on the side. I’m still on a mission to banish boring lunchtimes, and have been working in association with Vouchercodes.co.uk to develop a recipe for under £10 that not only perks up a dismal January […]