Had to share this receipe from Annabel Karmel, not seen Wills face light up since Cauliflower Cheese! It's for chicken in tomato (hubby gave it a fancy name but it's just chicken in tomato sauce to me!) so nothing major... it's carrot, potato (but i used sweet potato as didn't have normal one in), canned chopped tomatoes, chicken stock (i used the baby heinz stock cube) and chicken. He LOVED it, which i'm quite pleased about coz we love tomato in this house!! Might make it again for all of us
Nat - Chloe loves the Chicken dish from Annabel Karmel. I make it every week for her. I also substitue the chicken for Salmon and she loves that too.
I make the Annabel Karmel Lentil curry the other day and she loved that as well. Really easy and really tasty. Just saute an onion and carrots, add in lentils and some curry powder then add in water, although I used chicken stock when i made it with chicken. Once its ready mash up with some natural yoghurt. Chloes had it a few times with and without rice and eats it all up every time.
Oooo will have to make the lentil curry, is it on the website?
Anyone got any good sandwich fillings?
I got it out of the Annabel Karmel book cant find it on the website. Will look it out tonight and write it up for you.
Thanks very much.
The recipe for Lentil curry was actually in a booklet I got at a weaning class called Fun First Foods. Its a Scottish Executive publication.
Ingredients: 1 dessertspoon vegetable oil, 1 small onion, peeled and finely chopped, 1 small carrot, scrubbed grated or finely chopped (I grated it as it cooks quicker), 100g split red lentils, 1/2 teaspoon of mild curry powder (not paste) 200mls water, 1 small carton full-fat natural yoghurt.
Method: . Heat Oil and gently soften onion,
. Stir in carrot, lentils and curry powder,
. Add water, stir and bring to the boil. Cover, reduce heat and simmer for 15-20 minutes. Stir regularly and add a little more water if needed. The mixture should be quite thick but not dry.
. When the lentils are soft, remove from heat and stir in natural yoghurt.
. Mash as requried and serve with rice.
What is everyones favourtie meals for 10month olds to cook in bulk so can be froze and reheated. I dont get in from work till 530 so its too late to cook anything fresh for my litle one xx