Category Archives: recipes

Chicken and pumpkin korma


The kids love this korma recipe and it’s a great way to start introducing stronger curry flavours to our fussy eaters. The pumpkin breaks down and makes the sauce thick and creamy and adds even more sweetness to the already … Continue reading

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stove top pizza


Since joining The Chefs Toolbox I’ve been on a pizza binge. The recipe for stovetop pizza has revolutionised lunchtime in our house and right now, as I type this, my darling husband is in the kitchen whipping up his own … Continue reading

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raspberry and white chocolate muffins


I’ve been making these muffins at cooking parties this month and they are just delicious – so delicious they get eaten before I have a chance to take a photo of them. Coming soon. The basic muffin recipe ingredients are … Continue reading

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simple salmon


Jamie Oliver put me onto the idea of wrapping a whole meal up in baking paper and tinfoil and baking it. He does bags of all sorts of things, but I’ve had most success with bags of salmon.

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mash or slice? scrunch or fold?


Do you mash or slice your banana on toast? I mash, which is quite confounding because mashed banana generally makes me cringe. I can’t cope with mashed banana squished in little hands or rubbed onto little faces. There was a … Continue reading

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