Pip from Alexandra in Victoria wrote:
"Hello. My children will eat most raw vegetables and salads, but
dislike nearly all meals that I make with cooked vegetables. Can you recommend
any of your recipes that I can try to get them interested again? Thank you."
"Thanks for your letter. Without knowing what the children like and your specific circumstances it is a little hard to exactly answer your question. But if you go to my website, and visit the RECIPES page, then scroll down, all the titles listed there are linked to a recipe.
I've selected some vegetable-based recipes from that list that I would strongly suggest you look at. Go to the recipe page, and click on any of these for some sure-fire kid-pleasing vegetable fun. Alternatively, copy the recipe title from the list below and paste it in the SEARCH box on my blog home page."
Assorted Crisp Vegetable Fritters (Pakoras),
Barbecued Haloumi and Char-grilled Asparagus with Salsa Verde,
Barbecued Idaho Potatoes with Parsley Pesto,
Barbecued Pumpkin with Mango Salsa,
Barbecued Skewered Baby Okra with Sage Butter,
Barbecued White Sweet Potato with Fresh Corn Chutney,
Brussels Sprouts, Potatoes & Peas with Sour Cream,
Cauliflower and Potato Curry, North Indian-style,
Creamed Spinach with Fresh Curd Cheese (Palak Panir),
Crusty North Indian Masala Potatoes with Cashews,
Eggplant & Panir Cheese in Spicy Tomato Glaze,
Green Curry of Vegetables & Fried Tofu,
Khichari (Melange of Seasonal Vegetables, Lentils and Basmati Rice),
Mixed Vegetables in Creamy Gujarati-style Karhi Sauce,
Oven-roasted White Sweet Potato with Fresh Corn Chutney,
Panir Cheese Steaks with Salad Greens on Crusty Bread,
Simple Carrot and Ginger Soup,
Succulent Gujarati Pumpkin,
Succulent Mixed Vegetable Balls in Herbed Tomato Sauce, (Kofta),
Sweet & Sour Dal Soup with Mixed Vegetables,
Tomato, Basil and Fresh Mozzarella Salad (Insalata Caprese),
Posted by Kurma on 21/5/10; 4:57:39 AM
from the dept.