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    Default What's your baby eating for dinner tonight?

    DD has quiche

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    Default What's your baby eating for dinner tonight?

    Quiche is a good idea!
    Do you guys use jars for the curry and spaghetti sauces though? I thought they might be full of salt?

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    Default Re: What's your baby eating for dinner tonight?

    Quote Originally Posted by pisang View Post
    Quiche is a good idea!
    Do you guys use jars for the curry and spaghetti sauces though? I thought they might be full of salt?
    Beware the jars. Not just salt but usually loads of sugar too. And misc crap. Jamie Oliver has a few basic curry recipes but I keep going back to Curtis Stone's Madras Curry that he banged on about during the Commonwealth Games. It's on the Coles website. For pasta, just fry up some onion and garlic and then whatever meat. Passata is usually less acidic than tanned tomatoes too.

    Quiche, tarts and fritters are all good ways to get different vegies and favours into my boys. I make my own pastry so there are no nasties and use ricotta and vegies as fillings. Pizza is good too...homemade is great but you can even just use pita bread as a base.
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    Default What's your baby eating for dinner tonight?

    My toddler had lamb shank casserole with polenta.

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    Default What's your baby eating for dinner tonight?

    Quote Originally Posted by pisang View Post
    Quiche is a good idea!
    Do you guys use jars for the curry and spaghetti sauces though? I thought they might be full of salt?
    Spaghetti sauce made from scratch is pretty easy, either cooking up your own tomatoes, using tinned ones or tomato purée (passata). I also add Italian herbs, garlic, grated carrot, grated zucchini and sometimes finely chopped capsicum or shredded spinach.

    For a curry that is kid friendly, I'd use about 1/2 a teaspoon of curry powder (which does have salt in it but using only a small amount keeps it down) in 500g of mince and add grated zucchini, carrot, peas and corn- thicken with a little cornflour or chickpea flour and water and serve with rice.

    Zucchini slice is another good quichey type thing that kids love

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    DS had beef fajitas. He almost always eats what we do. I make everything from scratch to avoid nasties plus I love cooking

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    Default What's your baby eating for dinner tonight?

    Some good ideas here! I'm going to make bolognese sauce today in the slow cooker so bub can have it with potato mash or polenta and we can have tacos and freeze the rest!
    Might make zucchini slice too for lunches... I'm in the mood for cooking today :-)


 

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