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mum2oliver Thu 27-Jan-05 21:53:04

can anyone just throw some quick ideas at mw for my 11 month old ds.Im bored of hat I cook for him.Its quite varied but need some inspiration

moondog Thu 27-Jan-05 21:59:05

Can't he just have what you're having by now?
If not what about...

Pasta and pesto
Rice and mildly curried vegetables
Omelettes
Baked potatoes
Dahl (my 6 mth old loves it!)
Pasat and flakes salmon

moondog Thu 27-Jan-05 21:59:55

I used to buy the tiny pasta shapes for my dd as she couldn't handle the bigger ones and it made a real bloody mess!

MunchedTooManyMarsLady Thu 27-Jan-05 22:00:30

fish fingers
garlic bread (I love it!!!!!!!!!!!!)
parsnip and apple soup (DTs love it!)

MunchedTooManyMarsLady Thu 27-Jan-05 22:03:46

cous cous
roasted parsnips, sweet potatoes, plaintain, carrots like chips (brill finger food)

mum2oliver Thu 27-Jan-05 22:05:32

Thanks people.
The curried veg-How exactly do I do that?
Can I give ds the jacket of the potato?

MunchedTooManyMarsLady Thu 27-Jan-05 22:07:47

I'd take the flesh out of the potato unless your DS has teeth and is capable of chewing. You just add a little curry powder to your veg, maybe some tinned tomatoes. In fact if you make yourself a veg curry you can serve some up for your DS. Remember no salt. If it is too spicy add a little natural yogurt.

moondog Thu 27-Jan-05 22:15:38

Yeah, just fry up a bit of garlic and an onion, then add powder or paste, then your veg (make sure that if you add them together they are of the same cooking time eg pumpkin,squash and potato together, or spinach, courgettes or similar together) and a tin of tomatoes.

MunchedTooManyMarsLady Thu 27-Jan-05 22:18:12

Once you've taken out DSs portion you can add extra curry, salt etc mushrooms and have yourself a lovely lunch. In fact you would share the baked potato. Yum! Seems like you've sorted out lunch for me and the DTs tomorrow. Thanks

mum2oliver Thu 27-Jan-05 22:23:30

YUM YUM me too.Thank you all.x

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