There are some good recipes on MN here or like others have said, she can just eat what you are eating, providing you eat fairly healthily and watch the salt. There are some good finger food recipes here.
We have some Anabel Karmel books which are great. I make soup for lunches, boil a large chicken leg in water with chopped carrots, leeks, turnip and potaoes/rice when all cooked through remove chicken from bone and whizz in blender. \shepherds pie/meatballs/enchiladas/chicken, sweet potato & veg/ chicken, corn & rice, fish, potatoes & veg etc for dinners.
Do BLW! Just give your DD what you're having - you don't need to mush it up or anything. Nice soft sticks of sweet potato or carrots, bits of potato wedges, slow-cooked meat, pieces of cheese - it's by far the easiest way and sooo much cheaper.