This is a discussion on Noodle and Beehoon recipe to share? within the Introducing Solids & Feeding Your Fussy Toddlers forum, part of the Growing Up & Parenting category; as above. my girl has been rather picky recently and it seems that she likes noodles, pasta etc so im ...
as above. my girl has been rather picky recently and it seems that she likes noodles, pasta etc so im wondering how to cook them myself and make them nice? dont want to give her too much outside food...any mummies know of any nice recipe for making these? TIA
ooops sorry, got it, 1yr 2months right?
ok, here's one... a simple one but my gal (2.5yrs luv it)...
1) heat up 1 tablespoon of olive oil.
2) fry 1 crushed/blended garlic.
3) add 2 glasses of water & leave it to boil and pinch of salt (no MSG pls).
4) add a bit of minced beef/chicken/any of your preferences & leave it to be thoroughly cooked.
5) add diced carrots.
6) add some pre-soaked bee hoon and leave it to cook.
7) add minced broccoli
and walah! Bon-apetite...
is this soup bee hoon? cos i saw water there...
you can try to go to this website : Weaning Baby and Toddler Food Recipes
this mummy, Brenda has a daughter and she cooks for her daughter, so far I have tried one of her stew recipe for my son & my family, they love the stew.....
I am actually trying the fried noodles this weekend for my son
Mee Sua Soup
1) meat stock (chicken or pork)
2) Minced pork or chicken
3) Broccoli - finely chopped
4) Carrot - grated
5) Frozen sweetcorn
6) Mee sua
- bring meat stock to boil with frozen sweetcorn.
- Add some water to minced pork to loosen it. After loosening, add mixture to boiling stock.
- Add veg. Bring to boil. Once cooked, off the fire.
- Boil water in a separate pot to cook the mee sua.
- Once mee sua is cooked, drain mee sua and put into bowl. Add hot soup into bowl and serve.
thanks girls! i shall try those recipes for my girl asap! need to go out and buy noodles, beehoon, mee sua n all.. hope she likes them. troublesome girl...or maybe lousy mummy(cannot cook nice dish for her) hehe.
phoebii, thanks a lot for the site. ive added into my fav. there seems to be lots of recipes there. very informative. i shall try them out one day. now headache on what to give her for her lunch tomorrow as i only have rice, bread, pasta, cornflakes and udon at home for carbo...
Keep your uncooked mee sua in the fridge. Can last longer and not have that moldy smell.
Last edited by camom; 13-01-2010 at 09:06 AM.
i bought some yellow noodle and some bee hoon from the supermarket today. hee. gonna try making them.. today made soupy udon for her lunch n she took it though never finish it.
i bought a baby food scissors actually but then so far have not use at all.. i dont cut at all at the moment.. she eats it just fine.
Yes my son has been picky lately too.....dont know why, mayb shoud improve on my cooking
my mum was saying she always cook only porridge for my sis's sons and they are never picky.. then she say maybe cos i always change her menu thats y she becomes picky.. i wonder how much sense this has?
my gal once reached that stage too...
she does not like what ever we fed her...
found out that most children will go through this stage whereby they are not eating well... i just keep on trying to cook different food till i found that my gal luvs rice or noodles with clear soup...
Yellow noodles has colouring and food additives inside, you sure you want to give? It has a strong oil smell also. My son only likes it after we soak in warm water for very long and boil in alot of water.
There are a few types of noodles my boy likes:
Pasta - either stir-fried with his fave vege/meat/fish or my maid will make tomato sauce with all the vege hidden inside
Beehoon - sometimes with fish soup, sometimes lightly fried
White Jade noodles - he loves it with meat stew
Mee sua - with pork soup, sometimes we give it to him with meat stew
The meat stew is very simple. Lightly fry chopped garlic & shallots, add in minced meat and some water (or stock). Allow to simmer. Then add in chopped vege (we usually use spinach, carrots, potato, brocolli) and allow to cook. It'll come out thick and tasty if you use potatoes. If no potatoes added, can try sweet potatoes or yam.
Empty vessels make the most noise
did you add any seasoning to the meat stew? like soya sauce?
I strictly do not add any form of seasonings to my boy's food although my friends say he's old enough (he's turning 3yo this week). It's very tasty from the meat, stock and vege already.
Even if he shares our food, my maid will scoop out his portion before adding seasonings.
Forgot to mention, there was a period of time when my boy loved crunchy food. So my maid added chopped water chestnuts into the stew to make it crunchy. He finished his food extremely quickly when there was water chestnuts in his stew.
Thanks....will try it out this coming weekend....
Hi stonston! long time no see! hehe.
hmm.. didnt know bout the colouring and all. i gave her once but she dosent seem to like it.. took 1.5hrs to finish it iirc. i made only half a bowl somemore.. but she love the yellow noodle when we are outside(i started giving her outside food 1 month ago..) Yellow noodle as in those fish balls noodle's yellow noodle right?? If these are not good, how about those egg noodle? are those ok?
My girl seems to love udon haha. Whenever im outside she will eat mine and she love it so today i made her some and she clear the whole bowl very fast! Hopefully its not a one time off thing...
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