Are you looking for a simple recipe that your baby or toddler can easily eat at the family table? Then this family recipe for potato ragout from my blogger friend Jenny from familienkost.de is ideal.
Jenny is a nutritionist for infants, children and young people and is very familiar with recipes for the family table. Her tip: As soon as the baby wants to eat properly, there is the same thing from one pot for everyone. However, you should be careful when seasoning and serve salt and pepper at the table for the adults. Also avoid raw animal products in the first few years of life, as your child is still quite susceptible to infections during this time.
Jenny's vegetarian recipe for potato ragout is ideal as a family meal for young and old and can be wonderfully modified.
- Add boiled egg to it and it becomes very similar to an egg ragout .
- Serve meatballs in the sauce like a Viking pot.
- Add fried cubes of turkey meat to it, then it's pretty close to a chicken fricassee .
But the potato ragout is also a great dish on its own.
Ingredients for 4 servings
4 tsp butter
4 tsp flour
250 ml milk
100 ml vegetable broth
some curry powder
Peel the carrots and potatoes and cut them into small cubes.
Peel the onion and chop it very small.
Melt the butter in a saucepan and fry the onion cubes in it. Then add the flour and mix well to form a roux.
Pour in the milk and vegetable broth while stirring. Add some mustard and some curry powder and let the sauce boil briefly. Add the peas and carrot cubes and let them cook in the sauce for 10 minutes. At the same time, cook the potato cubes in salted water until soft. Drain them and serve with the sauce.