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Tilly is only 13 years old, and she definitely has her father (Gordan Ramsay) genes when it comes to cooking. Despite her young age, she already has a cooking show under her name – Matilda & The Ramsay Bunch.
You can easily search for videos on her cooking, but what really impresses us is how she makes cooking looks so easy.
Her blog contains some great recipes that any kids (and parents) can use to cook up a storm. It also reflects a lot of creativity and ‘food play’ that cooking can help kids achieve.
This is Tilly’s Scary Goblin Heads, created for Halloween. It uses very simple ingredients – sweet peppers, cooked rice, mozzarella cheese, spring onions, black eye peas and tomato puree.
The child will only need to carve out the ‘eyes’ and ‘mouth’, scoop out the pepper seeds, and stuffed the cooked rice mixed with mozzarella cheese, spring onions, black eye peas and some seasoning. Then topped it with the pasta sauce and send it into the oven to bake for 15-20 minutes and we are done!
Simple isn’t it? You can check out the full recipe here.