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Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Learning and caring together, building a firm foundation for the future

Roots to Food Challenge

On Wednesday, Holy Trinity School experienced a fantastic workshop about healthy eating…

Doves and Bullfinches took part in a food demonstration in the school hall where a representative from Roots to Food came to tell us about healthy eating and what is required each day when it comes to eating healthy.

Then a pupil from each class was chosen to take part in a cook off. Parmarth from Bullfinches and Meh from Doves were appointed to each team. Together, they needed to look at the ingredients given by the presenter and needed to come up with a plan to create a healthy dish to present to the school.

The Red team decided to cook pesto salmon fish cakes with pasta and fresh salsa.

While the Green team decided on cooking coronation chicken curry with rice and roasted potatoes.

When the dishes were completed, they were voted on two areas: presentation and taste. The school voted that the Green team’s dish won on presentation and taste, however the Red team was able to pull off an amazing feat from successfully cooking their fish cakes within the allotted time.

Well done to both teams. If you want to try making these dishes yourself, you can find the recipes below.

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