Scottish School Meals | 2016 October
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October 2016

Paul impressed the judges with his two dishes of Mince and Vegetable Cobbler with Batons of Swede and Carrot and a Pear and Egg Custard Tart with Poached Pear and Blackberry Garnish. Mince and Vegetable Cobbler with Batons of Swede and Carrot Ingredients: Beef Mince Onion Leek Turnip Carrots Beef Stock Bisto Chopped Parsley Self-Raising flour Margarine Milk Salt Method: Saute...

Mandy impressed the judges with her two dishes of Chicken Tiffany With Homemade Sweet Chilli Sauce and A duo of Chocolate, Vanilla & Fruit served in a Filo Pastry Basket. Chicken Tiffany With Homemade Sweet Chilli Sauce Ingredients: Chicken Breast Peppers Red / Yellow Parsley Spinach Vegetable Oil Mango Chutney Orange Juice Oranges Couscous Chives Red Pepper Chilli Peppers Tomato...

The Winning Menu -Maria Millar Maria won over the judges with her dishes of Chicken Enchiladas with Coleslaw and Strawberry Cheesecake. Chicken Enchiladas Ingredients: Chicken Breast Onion Oregano   Cumin Paprika Chilli Powder Garlic Peppers (Green) Peppers (Red0 Tomato Sauce Cheese Pinch Salt & Pepper   Method: Fry chicken. Fry onion, pepper add all the other ingredients. Return the chicken and cook for 20 mins. Put even...

HIT SCHOLARSHIP Apart from a trophy and title, Maria Millar, Scottish School Cook of The Year, has also been awarded a HIT Scotland scholarship. For the past three years HIT Scotland has offered a scholarship to the Scottish School Cook of The Year. Since 1994, Hospitality Industry Trust...

Obesity is on the rise. The latest Scottish Health Survey shows that 65% of adults aged 16 and over are overweight, 28% of which are obese. And for children, it’s not much better! Aged between 2 to 15, 17% of children were at risk of...

The Schools (Health Promotion and Nutrition) Act in Scotland aims to allow school caterers to create well-balanced and nutritious meals for school lunches over a weekly menu. In accordance with the act menus have to be created under statutory guidance, unlike across the border in England...

In Scotland, school meals must follow legislation on the health promotion and nutrition of food in schools, in turn encouraging healthier lifestyles in school children through education. This coincides with the fact that Scotland has a vision of becoming a good food nation that will...