Recipe: Starry Night Stew
Recipe courtesy of Toddler Cafe Cookbook
by Jennifer Carden
Published by Chronicle Books
Starry Night Stew
Stew can be a great way to get healthy foods into your child; potentially objectionable ingredients can be disguised and hidden easily. In South America, it is customary to add orange as a flavoring to black beans because it sweetens them and adds an unexpected and different flavor. You can thin this to a soup consistency by adding more broth or water. For a fun way to serve it up, cut an orange in half, scoop out the flesh, and fill it with stew.
Sprinkle shredded cheese or diced avocado on top. Try to think up silly names that rhyme with stew with your child and they will be laughing so hard they will just eat it up!
Makes 3 servings
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