Happy Friday! I only have 5 days until book launch and I wanted to give you all a little something from it. I’ve created a fab free downloadable recipe card for my Simple Garden Vegetable Paella recipe for you to print out and make at home.
This is a lovely enticing, bright yellow Spanish recipe suitable for the whole family (babies from 12 months). Super quick – this recipe is ready in 25 minutes and serves a family of 4 or 5. Key ingredients for my Asian twist and to boost the flavour include – saffron, turmeric, garlic, lemon, lime, parsley and chilli flakes – if you’re feeling daring!
Have you considered using meal planners? They’re an excellent way of organising your meals and also your kitchen stocks! With fresh produce having a ‘best before’ date, you don’t want to buy loads and then not have enough time to cook them before they go bad. Meal plans help with reducing wastage and keep your weekly shopping costs low as you’ll only buy what you need each week.
To date the response to my first book ‘Indian SuperMeals: Baby & Toddler Cookbook’ (published by Autharium) has been fabulous and I’ve been contacted by lots and lots of mummy’s and daddy’s to say that using it has been a great help for weaning, has made their kids less fussy about food and has inspired them to add a little spice to their normal everyday meals to inject a little va va voom into their meal times.
I want ALL parents to benefit from Indian SuperMeals: Baby & Toddler Cookbook, which is why I am offering parents a chance to sample my book in the form of a ‘mini-taster edition’ for FREE.
Yummy Indian SuperMeals for Kids: Mini-Taster Edition!’ (published by Autharium), is a tiny glimpse into the bestselling ‘Indian SuperMeals: Baby & Toddler Cookbook’, the UK’s FIRST Indian baby cookbook written by Zainab Jagot Ahmed.
Containing a small selection of tasty recipes from ‘Indian SuperMeals: Baby & Toddler Cookbook’, this ‘mini-taster edition’ allows you to try out some recipes for your baby and toddler, to give you an idea of the delicious, adventurous Indian delights the main book has to offer.
With nutritionists recommending a reduction in the amount of salt and sugar children consume, Zainab Jagot Ahmed uses aromatic spices as an alternative and in doing so, produces some absolutely scrumptious meals without the use of salt, sugar or chilli.
All recipes have been carefully adapted to suit babies and toddlers little taste buds without overwhelming them.
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