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Welcome to Our Recipes for Dysphagia Hub!

This recipes for dysphagia hub is a space for you to find inspiration and ideas that help you improve the choice and quality of food and drinks for people needing dysphagia diets.

Browse the IDDSI Level sections and find delicious recipes for dysphagia food and drink options.

Recipes for dysphagia can be found alongside informative and inspirational articles on ingredients, equipment and methods. These will help you to understand how you can easily help people with dysphagia to eat and drink the things they love.

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If you are looking for any specific ingredients, methods, equipment of ideas type your keywords into the search bar at the top of the page.

Browse Recipes for Dysphagia and Much More….

Oak House Kitchen has years of experience in this area and has done extensive research and developments in the kitchen and lab to simplify the approach to creating food and drinks for dysphagia diets. This has led to the creation of ORAL – A systematic method which allows you to easily identify unwanted textures and ensure that results are correct.

Use ORAL to Create Recipes for Dysphagia

Our ORAL method has been widely adopted in homes, care settings and hospitals, in the UK and around the world, as a simple and easy way to approach food and drink texture modification. We have seen phenomenal results for cooks and catering teams as they improve safety, quality and choice.

Follow the ‘Courses and Systems’ link or contact us directly to find out more, start learning or start training your teams

Dysphagia Recipe of the Month

From Spring 2021 we will be sharing a ‘DYSPHAGIA RECIPE OF THE MONTH’ that combines our ORAL approach with standard recipe methods.

These recipes will give you inspiration and ideas to follow that meet the requirements of the IDDSI Framework.

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Don’t Miss Out…

Register for our seasonal focus on ingredients and recipes for dysphagia email notifications. These quarterly ORAL-bites will include:

  • Seasonal focus on ingredients and the IDDSI Levels
  • Seasonal dysphagia recipe, month by month
  • Interesting articles on equipment, methods and delivery