The Toddler Cookbook
DK Publishing, 2008 (2008)
Reviewed by Sally Selvadurai
nnabel Karmel's cookbook is a treat on two levels: Firstly, we learn not to be afraid of having our youngsters dabble in the kitchen, and secondly, the recipes look positively yummy, especially for the
crowd! There is nothing nicer than having your children help out in the kitchen, and Karmel's recipes ensure that you don't take on too difficult a task.
ith great photographs, parents and/or caregivers are taken step-by-step through her easy, but not unsavoury, recipes. A nice section introduces the children to all the kitchen
they might need, with hints on how to perform tasks such as grating cheese, crushing garlic, whipping egg whites and separating eggs (something that doesn't always work out successfully for even the most seasoned chef!)
ll these Annabel Karmel recipes contain wholesome ingredients, but the end results have been achieved with flair – beautiful
Easy Cheesy Bread Rolls
Little Pita Pizzas
(with a couple of different sauces),
Chicken Satay Skewers
, and many more ... what kids wouldn't like to eat these luscious meals, that taste all the better for having made them themselves?
he Toddler Cookbook
is a fun, nicely illustrated and easy to read recipe book for the younger child, with interesting but not overwhelming end results. I can't wait to get the grandkids into my kitchen!
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