Wednesday, August 26, 2009

French Beans, Pumpkin and Sweet Potato Porridge

It is a simple recipe with some simple ingredient.

I was like “Oh no” when Sarah shake her head after the first spoon of porridge, then she said “Mi Mi eats”! I really thought she dislikes the porridge; but luckily she continues to eat the meal and even finished it.

Actually the porridge has a weird taste; it contained the strong taste of french beans yet the sweetness from the sweet potatoes. I am not sure if it was a strange combination but as long as Sarah doesn’t complaint, I’m okay with it.

19 comments:

MeRy said...

Oh...pumpkin + sweet potatoes??? Just wondering how is the taste like by combining these 2 ingredients. Since Ryan dislike sweet potatoes now, I never use it as one of the porridge ingredient.

Qistina's Mama n Abah said...

Another new menu ya!

A good try then. as long as sarah eat it means it not too weird la..

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little prince's mummy said...

Nice combination~

LittleLamb said...

normally i chop the french beans to very very tiny....then philip will eat. n no smell wor.

Merryn said...

i really salute you for trying out anything to suit sarah's taste..

btw joanne, in case you've done any craft work and wud like to share it with the world, u may actually submit them to my new craft blog for the "Crafty Crafted Friends' corner... cheers :)

BoeyJoey said...

You are so creative in all your porridge combination... bravo :-)

Cynthia said...

hehee. actually hoh.. as long as the budak wack all hoh.. we are happy to make more and more de hoh..

Sarah's Daddy and Mommy said...

Cynthia:
Thats what I am thinking too, hehe:-)

Merryn:
I guess I am just lucky that Sarah "wei sek":-), therefore I can try out anything for her.
Pai seh, I am not good in craft work altho I enjoy doing it. But for sure I will submit it to your blog if I have done any. Thanks for the info.

Rachel:
ya hor, why I never think to chop the french beans in a very tiny size but luckily Sarah still eats it.

Kylie:
Xie xie! You always leave good and nice words for my food post. Thanks ya!

Sha:
Maybe Sarah is the most weird one because she eats weird food..hehe.
No lah, I mean I am lucky that she eats the food I cooked.

Mery:
Actually pumpkin and sweet potatoes is quite a not bad comby (I think, hehe) because both also has sweet taste to the porridge. But with french bean added..hmmm..
Ryan dislike sweet potatoes? Why?

Mummy Moon said...

How I wish I can have a daughter like sarah, eat what ever mummy cook! Yan Yan is so choosy lah!

Sarah's Daddy and Mommy said...

Mommy Moon:
I think diff toddler has diff taste preference at this moment. Maybe it will change when they grow up. Dont worry ya!

UmmiRosma said...

This is another interesting one....yummy and nutricious. Again for so many times I would say...Sarah is such a good eater...Mummy is such a creative cook!

Mummy Gwen said...

Good combo, Joanne. The porridge looks delicious. I will make it one day. :) I must credit Sarah for being a sweetie..finishing up the porridge again. :)

Sarah's Daddy and Mommy said...

Mommy Gwen:
Hope Gwen will like this weird combo.
I also very proud and happy for Sarah for finished up the meal.

Ummi:
Interesting but is quite weird too..hehe.
Sarah is my main motivator in letting me to try all type of cooking for her. I am proud of her.

slavemom said...

Sarah wants to share with u (“Mi Mi eats”) becoz it's vy delicious. ;)

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Sarah's Daddy and Mommy said...

Slavemom:
Haha...I think so:-)But I am not so willing to eat it after my first try, kekekek!

Fussy mum said...

You're really good at creating new porridge for Sarah. She's a good eater and that really motivates you further :)

Sarah's Daddy and Mommy said...

Ivy:
I am so thankful that Sarah always give me a lot of "freedom" in creating food for her.