Pascale's Kitchen: Hide and Seek

Vegetables for kids

By PASCALE PEREZ-RUBIN
November 22, 2017 20:15
4 minute read.
Pascale's Kitchen: Hide and Seek

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We can all agree that vegetables are a great source of vitamins and minerals and that it is important to prepare nutritious meals for our families. The ultimate question is, how do we do this in the tastiest and most aesthetically pleasing way that will convince our children to partake of these wonderful dishes? Many of us spend an incredible amount of energy trying to cajole our children into tasting vegetable dishes. That’s why this week I’d like to offer a number of recipes that will make this process just a little bit easier. I love to hide vegetables in creative ways by pureeing them, chopping them into tiny pieces, or baking them inside savory pastry dough.

Vegetable dishes have taken on new acclaim in Israeli cuisine and you can now purchase all sorts of rare vegetables at farmers’ markets. Vegetarianism and veganism are also much more popular in Israel than in previous decades, and many grocery stores now cater to this niche market. Times have changed so much in fact that at many tables, vegetable dishes are the main course.

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