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Whats your secret? I'm making dinner for the family tonight (2 young kids so nothing spicy) and its Spaghetti Bolognaise (I know but its my speciality :roll:) But do you have any special ingredi…
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banned8y, 7m agoPosted 8 years, 7 months ago
Whats your secret?

I'm making dinner for the family tonight (2 young kids so nothing spicy) and its Spaghetti Bolognaise (I know but its my speciality :roll:)

But do you have any special ingredients or tips on making the best, kid friendly, spag bol?

I know all you 'yummy mummies' will have an idea
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banned8y, 7m agoPosted 8 years, 7 months ago
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#1
I lace mine with £1 coins. Kids love it.
banned#2
dxx
I lace mine with £1 coins. Kids love it.


Sounds expensive, but can I come eat round your place ;-)
#3
add some heinz ketchup makes it sweeter
#4
dxx
I lace mine with £1 coins. Kids love it.


I bet it's your dentists' favourite meal as well.
banned#5
Oregano...OR Chilli...
#6
a lot of kids don't like onions so i always make mine without (i don't like them either :lol:)
#7
Stick in 2-4 tbsps of Lea & Perrins Worcestershire Sauce:thumbsup:
#8
Bacon bits and extra mushrooms, mmm....
#9
don';t forget the pile of cheese ontop at the end!
banned#10
mmm007
add some heinz ketchup makes it sweeter


Ahhh, tried that, they said it was yukkie, and the missus hated it
1 Like #11
Nothing to do with the recipe but if you put vaseline on the kids faces before eating its easier to clean them up at the end! Honest - it's true! :p
banned#12
ODB_69
Oregano...OR Chilli...


NOTHING SPICY!!!! dude......lol, spot the dude with no kids :roll:

although I'll let you off with the Oregano, but tried it and they were trying to pick the bits out....disaster :roll:
banned#13
cheerleader
a lot of kids don't like onions so i always make mine without (i don't like them either :lol:)


Yep....same here, I love em, kids hate em :roll: thats why I need a taste replacement
banned#14
kemo
Stick in 2-4 tbsps of Lea & Perrins Worcestershire Sauce:thumbsup:


Is that not spicy? :o
banned#15
hannah19790
Bacon bits and extra mushrooms, mmm....


Sounds great, kids hate mushrooms too :-(
banned#16
catinthehat
don';t forget the pile of cheese ontop at the end!


Defo........missus always says 'how much cheese' when I grate pretty much the whole slab :giggle:
#17
Foosball Chum;2825978
Yep....same here, I love em, kids hate em :roll: thats why I need a taste replacement

u got to have loads of mushroom & also put in some mixed herbs & chopped garlic then over with cheese b4 serving :)
#18
bogies lol
1 Like #19
You can also create great shapes with pasta when it cools. Presentation is key for children.

Also print of a couple of these little facts for kids about pasta I'm sure they will enjoy colouring and learning while you cook..

http://www.san-remo.com.au/funforkids.asp
#20
i dont know many young uns that like mushrooms!
banned#21
Foosball Chum;2825974
NOTHING SPICY!!!! dude......lol, spot the dude with no kids :roll:

although I'll let you off with the Oregano, but tried it and they were trying to pick the bits out....disaster :roll:


Doesnt have to be spicy....depends on the quantity you use...a hint will change the flavour considerably

never tried Chocolate and Chilli?
banned#22
3girls1boy
Nothing to do with the recipe but if you put vaseline on the kids faces before eating its easier to clean them up at the end! Honest - it's true! :p


Yeah last time little un got it in his hair, behind his ear, and on his foot :o (I could not for the life of me work out how)

So I'd have to give them a vaseline bath, lot easier sending them out still covered and seeing their reaction when their friends laugh at them :giggle:
#23
ODB_69
Doesnt have to be spicy....depends on the quantity you use...a hint will change the flavour considerably

never tried Chocolate and Chilli?


chocolate in chilli is amazing, the darker the better
banned#24
cheerleader
u got to have loads of mushroom & also put in some mixed herbs & chopped garlic then over with cheese b4 serving :)


:lol: I know!!! :w00t:

But kids no likey :-(
banned#25
queenlush
bogies lol


I dont think that would add to the taste :roll:





Hang on a sec :thinking:
#26
i grate carrots into mine,u cant taste them in it at least the kids have a bit of veg then
banned#27
kemo
You can also create great shapes with pasta when it cools. Presentation is key for children.

Also print of a couple of these little facts for kids about pasta I'm sure they will enjoy colouring and learning while you cook..

http://www.san-remo.com.au/funforkids.asp


Cheers :thumbsup:
banned#28
queenlush;2826015
chocolate in chilli is amazing, the darker the better

surprising how many people wont try the chocolate and chilli thing when it works so well

chocolate with chilli
chilli with chocolate

doesnt matter..just works
banned#29
ODB_69
Doesnt have to be spicy....depends on the quantity you use...a hint will change the flavour considerably

never tried Chocolate and Chilli?


Homer styly...altogether: 'hmmmmm, chocolate' :giggle:
#30
edjaned
i grate carrots into mine,u cant taste them in it at least the kids have a bit of veg then


Me too! I blend up any veg in the house into a pulp and add into the sauce... they never know! :-D
#31
I put some celery in mine and the chef's touch, a glass of red wine. Just delicious!
#32
just choked on £1 coin:roll:
#33
Ive found the best way to make it sweeter is to slice wafer thin strips of raw carrot and cook it in with the meat and sauce
banned#34
Without_H
I put some celery in mine and the chef's touch, a glass of red wine. Just delicious!


Does that not amount to child abuse :lol:
#35
3girls1boy
Me too! I blend up any veg in the house into a pulp and add into the sauce... they never know! :-D


great tip...i used to mash up cauliflower with mashed potatoes, it fooled them for years.
#36
Foosball Chum
Does that not amount to child abuse :lol:



Nah just a slight hangover in the morning for you and a great nights sleep for the children :-D
#37
Foosball Chum
Does that not amount to child abuse :lol:


a little red wine is good and for the amount won't affect the kids.
#38
queenlush
great tip...i used to mash up cauliflower with mashed potatoes, it fooled them for years.


Ha ha! That's brilliant! :thumbsup:
banned#39
queenlush;2826071
a little red wine is good and for the amount won't affect the kids.

The alcohol all goes out in the cooking process anyway doesnt it?
#40
Foosball Chum
Does that not amount to child abuse :lol:


Child was mentionned, that's why it's only a glass...:thumbsup::whistling:

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