Matt Tebbutt is on our screens more and more, but how much do you know about the chef? Here’s everything you need to know about the new Saturday Kitchen host and Susanna Reid’s TV husband from Save Money: Good Food…
In case you’re wondering where you’ve seen Matt before, you might have caught a glimpse of him on Saturday Kitchen after James Martin left the programme, or on shows like The Great British Menu and Drop Down Menu, but now he’s got a few major programmes lined up!
The 43-year-old chef has been named as the regular host of Saturday Kitchen, as well as being Susanna Reid’s sidekick in the new series of ITV’s Save Money: Good Food, where he will help families cook fantastic food for less.
This TV chef has published two cookbooks – one entitled Matt Tebbutt’s Guilty Pleasures: Your Favourite Sweet and Savoury Indulgences in 130 Easy Recipes in 2013, and Cooks Country: Modern British Rural Cooking in 2008.
Passionate about modern British cooking, Matt likes to use fresh, seasonal, locally-sourced ingredients in simple recipes that really showcase them. And if you fancy trying some out yourself, then you’re in luck. We’ve got some tasty Matt Tebbutt recipes for you to try right here.
Matt Tebbutt recipes
If you want to be inspired by Matt Tebbutt’s recipes and wonderful cooking, we have some of his best dishes for you to try at home. From apple fritters to a delicious tapas dish, Matt is all about indulgent yet simple dishes that you can enjoy with family and friends.
Matt Tebbutt’s glazed cod
This fish dish is perfect for those who want to eat more seafood but don’t love the taste of strong fish. With a tasty cola and ginger marinade (trust us, it actually works!), you can serve this delicate cod dish up at any dinner party without anyone suspecting you of plumping for an easy recipe!
Matt Tebbutt’s apple fritters
Similar to apple doughnuts, apple fritters are apples fried in a creamy batter. Matt’s recipe uses alcohol to make this a very adult-appropriate treat.
Matt Tebbutt’s Spanish fried crumbs with chorizo and smoked paprika
If you’re having friends or family over and you want a fun meal to share, then this tapas dish is ideal for you. Matt says this dish is ‘simplicity itself’ and the proof is that you can whip it up in less than half an hour – great if you don’t have much time to prepare!