Mamacita has posted on here about a book by Jerry Seinfeld’s wife…I don’t know the name of it, whereby she teaches her reading audience how to ‘hide’ veggies, etc…in various dishes so picky eaters (like kids!) will get their veggies, and not even know it.
Ok…so–I made this dish tonight, thinking of her. I got it from ‘Get Fresh with Sara Snow.’ It’s basically traditional lasagna (only I use thinner pasta sheets–more like homemade texture) with roasted squash, eggplant and tofu blended into the low fat ricotta cheese mixture, that you’d normally put throughout the lasagna. It was such a big hit tonight, and I told my kids afterward…this was their faces----->:eek: lol
My 15 yr old said…‘I’m gonna have to make sure I’m in the kitchen when you’re preparing our meals, from now on!’
Anyways…anyone hear of this type of cooking ‘technique’ and do you you use it yourself? I admit, I never liked just plain ole broccoli, growing up–so this is a great way to sneak in all those veggies, without the boredom and bad taste of some of our traditional veggie dishes. We also eat veggies raw a lot–surprisingly, my kids like raw veggies better than cooked.:shrug:
Just sharing, and curious if you have heard of this cookbook I speak of above?