batches). If your child likes a finer texture, you can then transfer the browned mince to a food processor and whizz until well chopped.3. Add the tomato and vegetable sauce to the mince then stir in the tomato purée, ketchup, stock and oregano. Bring to a
of the mixture into the hot oil. Cook each pancake for 1.5 minutes on each side or until golden brown.Serve with halved cherry tomatoes, and a tablespoon of Greek yoghurt mixed with diced cucumber.
and the beaten egg to bind. Form into 25 mini meatballs and fry in the vegetable oil until browned and cooked inside. Drain on kitchen paper.
Method:Place all the pancake ingredients in a liquidiser or food processor and blend until smooth.Alternatively, mix the flours in a bowl. Make a well in the centre. Beat the egg and milk together. Gradually add the milk and egg mixture to the flour by gently
might be quite fun. Involving children in the cooking process not only teaches the a valuable life skill, but it also encourages them to want to eat the food they have helped to make, so for this recipe you can all get cracking on the job of de
or calories, B vitamins and minerals. It's one of the richest sources of easily absorbed iron and increases the absorption of iron from other foods like veg eaten at the same meal. It's also rich in vitamin B12 and essential minerals like zinc which