If a child's introduced to chunkier texture too late, she could be too "lazy" to chew. This is common among Asians who feed child porridge through 2-3 years old. (My boy started rejecting porridge at 12 months and started to take rice. Since then, I stopped mashing his food, just cut into smaller bits.)
How about introducing interesting finger food? Has she tried toasted bread, o-shaped cereals or biscuits? (Wholemeal ones are healthy options.)
Baked potatoes with some cheese are popular too.
Gradually, introduce colorful pasta (color comes from vegetables such as spinach and beetroot), noodles and soupy rice.
When you eat, show her how to chew and look really interested in eating the delicious food. This may get her interested to imitate you.
Or let her help you prepare simple snacks or meals. She may be interested to eat her craftwork.
2-year old is a good age to inject fun into everything. All the best!