This may not sound like the most appealing meal in the world, but I tell you it’s delicious and rich! The egg yolk from the boiled egg combines with the sauce to make a really creamy tasting curry. My LO loved it and wasn’t fazed by the way it looked; in fact, she was all for it with no complaints.
I find this curry to be a godsend when I don’t have a lot of time – great for an after work family meal as it only takes 15 minutes to prepare. But even better, I can whip it up using ingredients in my kitchen. It’s nothing fancy so I’m pretty much guaranteed to have everything I need to hand.
AND… it’s ridiculously cheap to make. I calculated this curry to cost around £2.02 based on the main ingredients needed (based on Asda prices):
Wow! What a week this has turned out to be! Earlier this week I was lucky enough to win a BizzieBaby GOLD Award for my cookbook – Easy Indian SuperMeals for Babies, Toddlers and the Family. Read the award-winning reviews here. And if that wasn’t AMAZING enough I also found out my book has been shortlisted for the Prima Baby Awards 2015 in the best family cookery book category!! How amazing is that?!
Here’s a photo of the shortlist in the magazine and yes they did spell my name wrong! Oh well :)
To celebrate the award win earlier this week, and the fab news of my award shortlist with Prima Baby & Pregnancy Magazine, I’m running a giveaway on my Facebook page offering you the chance to win 1 of 2 copies of my book.
How to enter:
- Like my Facebook page and ensure you’ve entered the giveaway by leaving a comment on the Prima Baby Awards competition post stating why you’d like to win.
- Ends Thurs 11th December 2014.
Winner will be drawn at random after the closing date and contacted via Facebook. Good luck!
Full t&cs here.
This is a great little recipe to help you get into the Christmas spirit and it doesn’t take up too much of your time either! With a hint of Indian spices running through the pie, it simply adds a new taste to a very simple meal. Your little one will love it! As did mine – you can see a pic of her destroying it at the bottom of this post, complete with eyes closed! This recipe is also great for whipping up quickly if your little one has some friends over.
This meal is protein-rich so is excellent for growing children. In fact I happened to see this floating around on twitter and thought I’d include it in my post to help prove my point – thank you Kelloggs!
A very easy meal that should take no more than 15-20 minutes to prepare. Slightly more if you are cooking with either beef or lamb mince.
Whilst I don’t normally post reviews on my blog, I had to post this one. This is the first video review of my book Easy Indian SuperMeals for Babies, Toddlers and the Family reviewed by the lovely Sarah and baby Isla over at The Knott Bump and Us blogspot.
Sarah started weaning her daughter Isla about a month ago so this book review is a fab detailed review including a cooking demonstration of my recipe – Veggie Korma (suitable for babies 7 months and older), allowing to you see just how easy my recipes are to prepare.
Don’t miss baby Isla’s reaction to the Veggie Korma curry at the end of the video.
Easy Indian SuperMeals for Babies, Toddlers and the Family (hardback edition) is available to buy now from Amazon, Waterstones and my online shop (for a signed copy) in the UK.
Internationally my hardback edition is available to buy directly from my online shop.
The ebook edition is also available worldwide at all good online bookstores including: Amazon US, Amazon India, Amazon Canada, Amazon Australia amongst others.