All posts tagged: Kids-friendly recipe

The 5 best you-tube channels for making your children kick-ass food

Having children means getting soaked into a world full of trends and fashions the child-less adult has no idea about. Some of them are cool and make you feel alive, others can be annoying… Moreover, as much as you want to invest in your child and raise it in a responsible, inspired way, every now and then (when all your energy, wisdome, and ideas suddenly just leave you again) you feel tempered of allowing them to follow the most stupid trends and latest ‚in‘-things out there, i.e. to game the extra hour, spend to much money on some franchise items,  eat this unhealthy/useless candies now en vogue, and visit the bad influence idiot friend who is currently the opinion leader in the hood/school (the last comment was mean, but a friend of mine – mother of a 5 year old – really phrased it like this). Why ? – cause your kid wants to belong to the group and just enjoy bizzare things as they are fun. There is away of reducing such moments! At …

Sauerkraut a la Jamaicana

This is unusual for a saukerkraut recipe. But, it’s so good 🙂 Sauerkraut is served with banana and ketchup. Per person you need 1 banana, and 1 to 0.5 cups of sauerkraut (depending on how much you want). Just put some sunflower oil in a frying pan, cut the banana into disks and place them in the sunflower oil. Next, cover the banana with 2 tea spoons of mild curry. Heat the plate and start frying the banana at high flame. In an additional pan, heat the sauerkraut as well in sunflower oil at mid flame.  After 3-5 minutes you are done. Put both on plate, mix it, and add a little bit of ketchup (if you want more, just do it!). It’s a great mix!! And, it is colourfull. As a side dish to this plate,  pancakes out of kidney beans go very well! These are a bit more elaborate to prepare than the sauerkraut, but can be easily stored in the fridge for 1-2 days. Prepare them first before you do the kraut! …