- 4 slices of ciabatta/sourdough bread
- 1 & 1/2 tablespoons olive oil
- 1 clove of garlic
- 2-3 stems of Spring onions
- 8 stems of garlic chives (or use finely chopped garlic after rubbing on the bread)
- 1 stem of basil leaves
- 500 grams of ripe tomatoes
- Salt & pepper
- 1 tablespoon vinegar (your choice – balsamic, cider, white wine or herb vinegar)
- BBQ, Griddle pan, fry pan or sandwich press
- Chopping board
- Measuring spoons
- Toast the Ciabatta slices on a griddle pan, BBQ, fry pan or a sandwich press
- Drizzle olive oil onto toasted bread (approximately ½ teaspoon per slice)
- Rub a cut and peeled garlic clove across the bread, spreading the olive oil as you go
- Wash and dry the tomatoes and herbs
- Cut your tomatoes into 1cm chunks and place in a bowl
- Finely snip spring onions and garlic chives directly into the bowl of tomatoes
- Tear basil leaves into small pieces and add to your bowl of tomatoes
- Season with a few cracks of salt and pepper
- Add remaining olive oil (1-1.5 tablespoons) and vinegar
- Give the tomato mix a good stir
- Place your toasted bread onto plates or a platter and pile up with your tomato mixture, dividing between the pieces of toasted bread
Try other tasty toppings such as pesto, smashed avocado, fetta, parmesan, mozzarella, roasted capsicum, fresh capsicum, shaved Parma ham, prosciutto etc.
Using the knife
Toasting the bread
Our K – 6 students thoroughly enjoyed their cooking experiences with your Cook In A Box modules. The step by step instructional videos, lesson plans and recipes were easy to follow and the ingredients were varied and plentiful. The Moroccan Cous Cous and Corn Fritters were a favourite amongst our students! Our parents appreciated the take home recipe cards too. Thank you for providing an affordable service that allowed us to successfully teach hands on cooking skills in a primary school setting.
Get Kids Cooking features in The Scone Advocate – after a story on St Josephs Primary in Merriwa.
Read the article here.The Scone Advocate 10 August 2017
Get Kids Cooking products being used at local school in Hepburn Victoria – read the article here
Get Kids Cooking were featured in an article in The North Shore Times on the 3rd August 2017 for their prgram implementation at Gordon East Public School
Read the article hereNorth Shore Times 3 August 2017
Get Kids Cooking recently featured in the Manly Daily 10th August 2017
Northern Beaches school have been using the Get Kids Cooking product – Cook In A Box
Read the article here: Manly Daily August 2017
The Hepburn Advocate – 9th August 2017
Gt Kids Cooking products being bought by rural school in Hepburn VIC, read the article here – Hepburn Advocate 9 August 2017
Get Kids Cooking were featured in an article in the Crookwell Gazette on the 16th August 2017.
Local school was visited and are advocates of the Get Kids Cooking at School Program.
Read the article Crookwell Gazette August 2017 article