Traditionally Rösti is a Swiss breakfast dish made with raw grated potatoes. Usually it is just the potato garnished with salt and pepper and pan fried in a large patty format which goes really well with a dollop of sour cream and chives helping on top. I’ve always loved it and this was a great way to introduce T to a new breakfast item. This Rösti recipe though is my take on the original and it gives him something other than just the potato.
- 1 Medium size grated par boiled potato
- 1 Egg yolk
- Finely chopped celery
- Grated cheese
- Pinch of mustard powder
- Salt & pepper to taste
Mix all ingredients together and make a large flat patty. Pan fry in butter until golden brown. Serve warm.
I made this treat for babies that accompanied their parents for our new year’s party. Why should adults alone eat all the good stuff right?
It’s a no bake cheesecake and it’s completely baby friendly. I chose strawberries since they are in season, though one can use any fruit pulp.
Here’s what you’ll need:
- Hung yogurt (basically hang yogurt in a muslin cloth to strain the water, keep it so for a couple of hours, what you’ll get is super thick yogurt)
- Crushed cereal for the ‘biscuit base’
- A bowl to set it in
Here’s what you’ll need to do:
- Boil the strawberries in a little water to cut the acidity
- Once the mix has cooled add it to the hung curd
- Set the crushed cereal base in the desired bowl
- Pour the strawberry yogurt mix on top and refrigerate it for a couple hours
- Serve cold