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Family Recipes

Recipes for toddlers from 12 months or 2 years. Recipes from 12 months. The recipes are calculated for one to two servings.

You are tired of the daily routine? Here are some unusual recipes that you can try with your family.

Creamy mascarpone and tomato risotto

Contains much beta-carotene, B vitamins, calcium and vitamin C.

50 grams of risotto rice
300 ml of water
1 small or half zucchini, grated
1 tomato, stalk neck removed
50 grams of mascarpone
1-2 basil leaves, very finely chopped

Boil the rice in sufficient water until soft. Reduce the amount of water (by completely pouring off some nutrients disappear) and fill the rice back into the pot. Stir in the zucchini while gently simmering the pot for a minute or two. In the meantime, cut the tomato into small cubes and mix them with the mascarpone and basil in the rice. Serve immediately.

Chicken and coconut korma

(Korma is an Indian sauce made from almonds, nuts and yoghurt)
Good source of iron and vitamins of the B group

1 teaspoon of oil
1 small chicken breast, without skin
½ teaspoon mild Korma paste (available in Asian or Indian stores)
100 ml low-fat coconut milk
2 teaspoons mango chutney

Heat the oil in a non-stick frying pan. Roast the chicken breast in 10 minutes until it is cooked. Add the remaining ingredients and heat for another 5 minutes. Remove the pan from the heat and allow to cool slightly before chopping or blending the ingredients to make the consistency suitable for your child.

Extra tip: For nuts, etc., you should be careful to minimize the possibility of intolerance or allergy. If you fear a nut allergy in your child, you should not try this recipe!

Pork meatballs with rice and pineapple

Contains the B vitamins and vitamin C and iron

200 grams of low-fat minced pork
1 tbsp parsley, finely chopped
1 teaspoon of olive oil
150 grams of fresh pineapple, cut into small pieces
100 grams of carrots, peeled and diced
1 heaped teaspoon cornmeal (Maizena)
100 ml pineapple juice or apple juice
1 teaspoon of lemon juice
½ tsp apple syrup

Finely mix the pork in the blender or food processor. Add parsley. Moisten your hands and form about 18-20 small balls. Heat the oil in a pan and fry the balls until lightly browned (about 10 minutes), turning them occasionally. Add the pineapple and bean sprouts, then stir and cook over low heat for about 6-7 more minutes. Mix the cornmeal with the juice, lemon juice and apple syrup and add the mixture over the meatballs. Continue to heat until the mixture thickens, then serve immediately with cooked rice.

Cauliflower and cheese noodles

(This dish can be served by the entire family, just puree a portion, depending on age, for your child)
A good source of vitamin C, calcium and the group B vitamins

50 grams of short or short wholemeal pasta
2-3 cauliflower florets
250 ml whole milk
15 grams of sunflower margarine
15 grams of flour
50 grams of cheddar or other hard cheese, grated

Cook the noodles in unsalted water until tender. Stew the cauliflower over the noodles during the last minutes. In the meantime, make a white sauce of milk, flour and margarine. If this mass thickens, mix the cheese underneath; stir. Drain the pasta and cauliflower and pour the portion for your child in the blender or crush the ingredients with a fork. Add the sauce and puree it. The rest is served unpoured to your family.

Lamb with pasta

Excellent source of iron, also contains vitamin C and the B vitamins

200 grams of minced lamb
3 tomatoes, peeled and minced
4 small mushrooms, washed and sliced
½ teaspoon thyme
150 ml of water
30 grams of baby noodles or minced spaghetti

Cook the lamb in a pan with anti-stick coating until it browns and cut it. Drain all excess fat. Roast it for about 5 minutes. Add tomatoes, mushrooms, herbs and water. Stir, cover and simmer for 15 minutes. Add the noodles and let cook for another 10 minutes.

Carrot pancakes

Contains iron and is a good source of calcium and beta-carotene

100 grams of whole wheat flour
150 ml of milk
1 egg
1 teaspoon of olive oil
50 grams of grated carrots

Stir flour, milk, eggs and oil into a thick pancake batter. Add the carrots and stir well. Heat up a bit of oil until it is hot. Then pour the dough into the oil, spoon by spoon. When the pancake tans, turn it over and brown it from the other side. When you have finished the whole dough, serve the pancakes with melted cheese, fruit slices or tomatoes.

Fish meatballs with salmon filet and thyme

Contains iron and is a good source of B vitamins

100 g of salmon filet, minced in a blender
2 tablespoons fresh bread crumbs, dark or light
½ teaspoon thyme
1 small egg, opened
Some grated lemon peel

Mix all ingredients thoroughly and make small meatballs / meatballs. Heat some oil and fry the fish cakes from both sides until golden brown and cooked. Serve with mashed potatoes and quartered tomatoes.

Salmon Broccoli Potato Cake

Contains omega-3 fatty acids, good source of vitamin C, calcium and beta-carotene

1 large salmon fillet, skinned
1 strip of lemon peel
250 ml whole milk
2-3 potatoes, peeled and quartered
1 teaspoon of butter (or margarine)
15 grams of olive oil
15 grams of flour
2-3 large broccoli florets

Put the salmon, lemon peel and milk in a pan and poach the salmon for 10 minutes. Then split the salmon and place it in an ovenproof dish. Drain the milk, but pick it up. In the meantime, cook the potatoes softly and then mash them with a teaspoon of butter or, if necessary, some milk.

Heat the 15 grams of oil in a pot, stir in the flour and make a sauce with the milk you have poured off the salmon. Braise the broccoli gently and cut into pieces. Add it to the salmon, the sauce over it and top up with the mashed potatoes. Bake for 15-20 minutes at 200 degrees C (gas: level 6).

Recipes for children from 2 years. The recipes are calculated for one to two servings.

Baby Cheese Colcannon

(Colcannon is an Irish dish made from cabbage and potatoes)
Contains iron as well as vitamin C and calcium

2 medium potatoes, peeled and quartered
4 cabbage leaves, washed and minced
20 grams (a handful) of fresh spinach
40 grams of cheddar (or other hard cheese), grated

Cook the potatoes until tender. Stew cabbage and spinach over the potatoes in the last minutes of cooking. Drain the potatoes and stomp them, add the cabbage and spinach, lift the cheese under the mass and serve immediately.

Chickpeas and tomato salad with Pitta bread strips

Contains iron and is a good source of vitamin C and calcium

2 tablespoons chickpeas from the tin, if possible a variety with little salt and sugar, poured off and rinsed well.
1 tablespoon full fat yoghurt
A pinch of fresh minced or dried mint
Some strips of cucumber
3-4 cocktail tomatoes, washed and quartered
Pitta bread, toasted and cut into strips

Crush the chickpeas with the yoghurt and mint. For children who can already eat snacks, serve the mass with the cucumber strips and tomatoes. For kids who prefer to eat with a spoon, cut tomatoes and cucumbers into small pieces and mix them with the peas. Serve with the bread strips.

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