Quick Meals for Kooris is a ‘hands-on’ cooking program, developed to assist Aboriginal people prepare easy, low-cost family meals using available ingredients. Allowing time to cook, eat and share ideas and knowledge is an important part of this program.
Check out this short video to find out more about the Quick Meals for Kooris program and how it can be adopted in your organisation.
“I’ve used the training to show other people how to cook inexpensive meals.”
Lynne Clarke, volunteer, San Remo Neighbourhood Centre.
“What I love about Quick Meals for Kooris is the recipes are simple and easy to make in your home, the ingredients are available in all shops, and honestly, some of the standard ingredients are in your cupboard today, right now.”
Kerry Groves, volunteer, San Remo Neighbourhood Centre
Quick Meals for Kooris is designed to be run by Aboriginal health workers or Aboriginal community members. This versatile program can be adapted to suit participant needs, resources and capacity of leaders. Program ‘leaders’ will not need extensive nutrition knowledge or food preparation skills as the Quick Meals for Kooris – Trainers Manual provides detailed guidance. Recipes included in the program are in the Quick Meals for Kooris – At Home book. It is intended that all group participants are given a copy of this book. This book is also a stand-alone resource and can be provided to people who do not attend a program.
*NEW* Quick Meals for Kooris recipe videos
You can watch how to prepare four of the quick, easy and low-cost recipes from the Quick Meals for Kooris at Home book.
Watch the videos below and download the recipes and methods.
Thank you to Mitch Ella, Steve Ella, Tyra McEwen and Jenni McEwen for featuring in the videos.
Download the video recipes below:
For more information, hard copy resources or support with nutrition training contact Lesley Marshall on (02) 4320 3691 or email [email protected].