Creating an Appetite for Life
The Maggie Beer Foundation believe our elders deserve the life-altering impact of fresh, wholesome, seasonal food, abundant with flavour
Heat 3 tablespoons olive oil in large frying pan over high heat Season the chicken with salt and cook for 6-8 minutes or until golden all over. Remove from the pan and set aside on a plate, reserving the juices Meanwhile place the saffron threads in a small bowl and pour over ½ cup (125ml) hot water, stand for 5 minutes Heat the remaining olive oil in a large saucepan over medium heat Add the onion and garlic and cook for 4-5 minutes or until soft Add the turmeric, cumin and cinnamon and the cook for one minute or until fragrant Add the saffron water, tomatoes, stock, sweet potato and prunes Season with salt and pepper and stir to combine Place a lid on top of partially cover, then simmer for 15-20 minutes or until thickened Stir in the chickpeas, lemon zest, chicken and reserved resting juices Season with salt...
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Creating an Appetite for Life' Masterclass for Aged Care Cooks and Chefs2020 dates to be released soonOnce again, the Maggie Beer Foundation is sending out an invitation to passionate aged care cooks and chefs to engage in an Education Program that has proven the strength of its impact with participants around the country. As Maggie explains, “It would come as no surprise that I loved food all my life; it’s my […]
The Lantern Project ConferenceFriday 6th December 2019Do you work in Aged Care and value the Food, Nutrition and Mealtime Experience? This event is not to be missed! Join 15 Inspiring Industry Leaders sharing practical insights at The Lantern Project Conference this December.
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