Get creative in the kitchen with this new food series from RTÉjr Radio featuring lots of tasty, easy and quick meals that are perfect for dinner as chefs and ho...
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EP 5 – Saltfish Fritters
Salt is a very important preservative in hotter countries and in this episode, Eliza, whose mother Santis O'Garro grew up in Montserrat in the Caribbean, shares her recipe for salt-fish fritters. These are simple, delicious and can be made as spicy as you like!
EP 4 – Galette Bretonne
These are a savoury type of crepe made with buckwheat flour that is popular in the Brittany region of France. Nine year old Ella and her 5 year old sister Eve, get the naturally GF recipe from their French mum. Galette are so easy to make and if you can even make the mix ahead of time and pop it in the freezer if you like.
EP 3 - Chickpea Curry
In this episode of What’s for Dinner? we’re in Clane, Co. Kildare where Michelle, Rachel and their mum Nidhi make a chickpea curry that is basically a hug in a bowl. We learn all about the king of spices, garam masala and get a bonus recipe for jeera rice.
EP 2 – Homemade fish goujons and potato wedges
Conor, Donagh and Cara live in Donegal and love to go out fishing with their grandad. In this episode of What’s For Dinner, they use the day’s catch of pollock to make a quick and tasty meal of fish goujons, wedges and salad.
EP 1 – Tortillas with Lily Ramirez Foran of Picado
In this episode, third generation tortilla maker Lily Ramirez Foran from Picado in Dublin, tells us all about the importance of corn in Mexican food culture and shows us how to make tortillas which are gluten free and super versatile – you have them for breakfast, lunch and dinner and easily make them veggie or vegan.
Get creative in the kitchen with this new food series from RTÉjr Radio featuring lots of tasty, easy and quick meals that are perfect for dinner as chefs and home cooks make recipes from all over the world. Part of the award-winning catalogue of junior podcasts for kids from RTÉ.