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    Default What dinner does your whole family enjoy?

    Roasts always go down a treat! DS (2.5years) and DD (9 months) love roast veg as well as meat with gravy :-)

    Casseroles, slow cooked meats, lasagne, pasta, soup, curry, fried rice, marinaded chicken wings, nachos, tacos, crumbed cutlets, meatballs, meatloaf, risotto, home made crumbed fish. In summer we eat lots of BBQ's, with different salads, potato salad & coleslaw always work well, corn on cob on BBQ, roast veg salad.

    My 2.5year old asks for curry, rice & pappadum's often! When I give it to my baby, I had natural yogurt & mix all together, I usually have some roast veg on hand incase she doesn't like it, most of the time she'll eat it.

    We've been eating all together for a long time now, DD only the last couple of months (doesn't really have purées now) but DS has been eating the same meal as us for a long time, I find he eats so much better if we eat the same food :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lincolns mummy View Post
    Salmon fillets with crispy potatoes and greens
    Chicken fajitas
    Home made pizza
    Roast lamb
    Pumpkin soup with crusty bread
    Fried rice
    Flat head with home made baked chips
    Beef and red wine casserole with sweet potato mash
    Yum!!

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    Roast chicken with veges, homemade vegetable soup, apricot chicken

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    Spag bowl is a big one
    Tuna bake
    Home made gluten free pizza
    Roast chicken and lamb
    Bangers and mash
    Lamb cutlets and mash
    Lasagne
    Chicken kebabs and home made fried rice
    Hoisen chicken and boiled rice
    Savoury mince with rice noodles
    Gluten free chicken pie

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    We have a one year old in the house as well as other kids - bolognese, pumpkin and veg soup, zucchini slice, vegetable fried rice. I'll come back later if I remember any more that are easily eaten.

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    Shepherds pie
    Spaghetti bolognese
    Paella
    Risotto
    Tandoori chicken wraps
    Home made pizza
    Curried sausages
    Moroccan chicken

    We cook one meal and luckily 26 month DS is a good eater.

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    Default What dinner does your whole family enjoy?

    Roasted cherry tomato pasta
    Fish tacos
    Paella
    Kebabs ( lamb for boys/falafel for me)
    Pizza
    Honey salmon and rice
    Butter chicken
    Any stir fry
    Salmon and veggies
    Crab burgers
    Crumbed flat head and salad ( tonight's dinner!)
    Crab meat /chicken and sweet corn soup

    DS eats anything, I don't eat meat or poultry!

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    Following for inspiration.

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    Default What dinner does your whole family enjoy?

    Indian curry
    Thai curry
    Homemade pizzas
    Beef stroganoff
    Roast pork and veggies
    Spag bol
    Quorn "mince" pies
    Ravioli
    Lamb, salad and mint yoghurt wraps
    Mexican beef wraps
    Salmon and veggies
    Pork in cider (yup, we let DS eat it!)


    All DS's favourites are pretty much our favourites too especially the curries ( probably because daddy cooks them!)
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    Definitely spag bol!
    Homemade burgers
    Cabonara
    Chicken kebabs
    Bbq
    Nachos


 

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