It is very easy for food and feeding to become monotonous and therefore boring. At times just adding a little twist to the foods you eat regularly can make a lot of difference especially when you have picky eaters in the home. Children, just like adults are attracted to colorful things and when a dish is not just colorful but contains strings that children can pick and eat, then chances are high that the dish will be loved by children. This dish has a melt-in-the-mouth savory taste that will appeal to both adults and children.
Prepare this easy-to-cook, pleasant-looking food for your family and watch everyone relish the meal.
To prepare this food you will need
- Fresh Parsley leaves
- And sauce.
To prepare the sauce you need the following
- 2 cloves of garlic
- Red, Green and Yellow bell peppers
- A cube of Knorr seasoning (optional)
- About 20g of butter (or any oil of your choice)
- Curry and thyme
Pour the spaghetti into boiling water, add some salt and let it cook slightly for about 3 to 5 minutes then drain off the water. It should not be completely cooked as it would be cooked further in a sauce.
Then prepare the sauce by first blending together the onions, ginger, bell peppers and garlic.
|Green, Red and Yellow Bell peppers|
|Fresh Parsley leaves|
Melt the butter in a pot and pour in the shrimp to saute. Then add the curry, thyme, seasoning cube and whatever spice or seasoning you want to add.
Then you pour in the blended mixture and bring to boil
Pour the slightly cooked Spaghetti into the boiling sauce and cook. The sauce should be just enough to cook the spaghetti until al dente; that is firm to the bite and not soggy
Once the spaghetti is completely cooked, dish into a plate and sprinkle some chopped, fresh parsley on your food.
The parsley not only enhances the taste and nutritional value of the food, it makes the food quite colorful and attractive to picky eaters and everyone alike
|Beauty in a plate|