Top Bananas!: The Best Ever Family Recipes from Mumsnet Hardcover – 8 May 2014
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Family recipes - tried and tested. and tested. and tested - win hands down in any tasting competition I have ever attended. This book is an ultimate collection of such winners: reliable, useful and, most importantly, completely delicious. (Yotam Ottolenghi)
Sassy, wordy, keen on fast results and tuned into the children ... You'll love it if you want speedy suppers, lunchbox fillers and junior party food delivered in a style that suggests a large G&T has been on hand throughout (Carolyn Hart, Daily Telegraph)
Have fun together in the kitchen - your children will enjoy tackling these recipes and eating them! (BBC Good Food Magazine)
These simple recipes will keep small - and large - tummies happy (Metro)
Are you tearing your hair out for ideas for feeding the kids? Look no further! (Reveal)
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I've probably made around ten recipes so far. The kid friendly curry is a big hit, and some of the slow cooker ones are great too. The baking recipes have been brill, the brownies are to die for, banana bread and malt loAf are good too.
I'd consider myself a decent cook,and a pretty good baker, but this book has given me a few 'holy Grail' recipes.highly recommend.
We have had a busy week trying out some of the recipes. I made the delicious cranberry granola and felt very snazzy slapping a homemade sticker on the jar. The naturally sweet butternut and red onion soup was another hit with my normally anti-soup kids. My partner and I loved the (one-pan!) sophisticated sea bass - it's so simple and we wil be cooking it for guests. Me and the boys made the beautifully moist chocolate bribe biscuits together, and they adored the eggy doorsteps. They also loved having banana pancakes for breakfast. It's so nice to have new ideas.
My absolute standout recipe has to be the malt loaf. It was so simple to make (each ingredient is a teacup's worth) and is now a household staple.
Other stand-out recipes I will be trying are kedgeree (a clever way to introduce the kids to spices), golden wonder (a sort of courgette tortilla oven-baked for ease), kid-friendly potato and chickpea curry, salmon espanol, yorkshire towers, 60-second cheesecake (genius!), lazy days couscous, marmite swirls, ice-cream-cone cakes (excellent idea), chocolate, almond and chestnut cake (yum) and last but not least the no-knead soda bread (I have an aversion to kneading). Were I a meat eater we would definately be trying some of the one-pot meat dishes and array of chicken recipes.
Thank you Mumsnet parents - your cookbook is packed with interesting, family-friendly recipes, wittily written by those who understand what it is to cook dinner while your kids are hungry and running riot. We will come back to you time and time again.
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