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Bryanston recipes: The three ingredients challenge

Whilst there is time away from School, take an hour to experiment and to prepare food for the family with these easy-to-make recipes offered by members of the Bryanston family - staff, pupils and OBs.

There are three simple criteria:

  1. Create a recipe using three main ingredients.
  2. You can use anything else you have in the cupboards at home. 
  3. It should take no more than 45 minutes to prepare and cook.

If you have any recipes you would like to add then please send them to

This recipe is from Mrs Bachra and is a firm favourite of Dr. Bachra. It is an adaptation of a recipe that came with a ‘gusto’ menu. It is quick, easy, filling and delicious

Classics resident and Head of Running, Ben Burgess-Smith, shares his healthy and easy-to-make Moroccan couscous salad

OB Katie B (G' 18) shares one of her best recipes from a season at La Plagne.

Current pupil Connor W shares a family recipe from the Persian cookbook he created this year for his EPQ

Every day in the Mortimer household starts with this delicious dish

Current pupil Harry B offers up a quick and easy tea time treat

Angus W shares his easy to make rhubarb crumble. Delicious and comforting.

 Peter Greenhill, father of Chair of Governor's Julian Greenhill (P '91) has provided this very simple and delicious easy recipe for chicken curry. Although now living in Canada his favourite Chiman's curry powder is still available to buy online. How can anyone resist? 

Current pupil Charles R shares his simple and delicious recipe for bacon lardon pasta. 

Mrs Kearney offers her secret recipe for the perfect flapjack. 

 Mr Kearney shares this international dish which uses an amalgam of flavours from around the world.