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Live and cooking with Bryn Williams: superstar veg

by Great British Chefs

Our latest Live and Cooking masterclass took place on 26 September, where chef Bryn Williams and Paralympic gold medallist Ellie Simmonds teamed up to show viewers how to put vegetables front and centre to create healthy, flavourful food. Take a look at what they cooked.

The way we cook at home is changing – for the better. With the rise of vegetarian and veganism in the UK showing no signs of slowing down, we’re starting to look at vegetables in a new light. They’re becoming more prominent on the plate, rather than automatically being sidelined to a supporting role while the fish or meat takes centre stage. As a nation, we’re beginning to see how vegetables, if prepared and cooked with care and attention, can be just as – if not more – flavourful than proteins.

This, as you can probably guess, can hugely benefit our health and wellbeing, without having to sacrifice on flavour. And if you’re looking to give vegetables a more prominent position on your plate, it certainly helps to have an award-winning chef on hand to show you some tricks. That’s why we hosted a Live and Cooking masterclass, in association with our healthy cookery partner Vitality, featuring Bryn Williams – the chef-owner of Odette’s in Primrose Hill, London. He showed us how to create a fantastic veg-forward dish that looks great and is simple to prepare.

Joining Bryn was a very special guest – Paralympic gold medallist and Vitality ambassador Ellie Simmonds also appeared in the Live and Cooking kitchen to lend a hand and, as an athlete at the top of her game, had plenty of advice on eating healthily.

Take a look at the video above to see what dish was cooked during the masterclass, and read more about Bryn below.

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