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    This was actually my first attempt at chicken & corn soup. DD said she didn't like it but ate a fair bit. 10mo DS loved it and ate it all!

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    Eggplant and tomato pasta and steamed veggies ( the cauliflower looks lavender as the purple carrots leaked over it!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elijahs Mum View Post
    Eggplant and tomato pasta and steamed veggies ( the cauliflower looks lavender as the purple carrots leaked over it!)
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    Whenever I cook eggplant it tastes sour? I have so many growing. I've ended up throwing them out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by monnie24 View Post
    Whenever I cook eggplant it tastes sour? I have so many growing. I've ended up throwing them out.
    Are you salting them and then rinsing before cooking. I also add a small teaspoon of brown sugar to any sauces used with ii to cut through the taste.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maxwell's Silver Hammer View Post
    Are you salting them and then rinsing before cooking. I also add a small teaspoon of brown sugar to any sauces used with ii to cut through the taste.
    Yes I salt them and slice I did that before making dip but still tasted foul!!

    I'll try the sugar

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    Quote Originally Posted by monnie24 View Post
    Whenever I cook eggplant it tastes sour? I have so many growing. I've ended up throwing them out.
    Maybe the eggplant is overripe or your not cooking it long enough? I never salt mine - I just dice it and fry it with onion in olive oil and garlic until soft ( about ten mins) then add 3 tins good diced Italian tomatoes, fresh basil and pepper and literally simmer for 2 hours - the eggplant goes soft and yummy and you get a thick tomato/eggplant ragu - definitely not bitter

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    Didn't get take a photo but kids had chicken and haloumi skewers, Alfredo mixed with peas, grapes and chips. I often do mix plates as DD is quiet fussy so whatever she eats is a staple then I try and add a few extra healthy bits. Plus DS just chews and spits it out or will just throw it off (16 months almost) and still doesn't eat anything but purée Apple and yoghurt

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    Quote Originally Posted by monnie24 View Post
    Didn't get take a photo but kids had chicken and haloumi skewers, Alfredo mixed with peas, grapes and chips. I often do mix plates as DD is quiet fussy so whatever she eats is a staple then I try and add a few extra healthy bits. Plus DS just chews and spits it out or will just throw it off (16 months almost) and still doesn't eat anything but purée Apple and yoghurt
    Can I come to your house for dinner! Yum!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DreamyMummy View Post
    Can I come to your house for dinner! Yum!
    I didn't eat it! I felt sorry for myself and ordered Indian take out!!! Lol

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    Apricot chicken and cous cous. Dd likes the flaked almonds


 

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