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Wild Rice, Chicken & Tofu Stew and Easy French Toast Sticks


Wild Rice, Chicken & Tofu Stew

 It's really easy to cook this delicious stew for my 15-month toddler's lunch.

Ingredients:
(Yields 1-2 servings)

One handful of unpolished wild rice from Sarawak, washed and soaked overnight
One small chunk of chicken breast meat, minced
One small cube of organic silken tofu, chopped
One egg, lightly beaten
Two broccoli florets, chopped

How to:

I use my SEED electric lunch box to steam-cook this stew. Put everything (except egg and broccoli) into the electric lunch box's stainless steel pot. Add in water from the soaked rice (add more water if needed) and set the timer to 45 minutes.

After 30 minutes, add in broccoli and egg. Let the lunch box continues its steam-cooking process for another 15 minutes until the cycle ends.

Finally, I pack the steaming hot stew in a good quality thermos and add a tablespoon of virgin coconut oil before passing it to my babysitter.

Unpolished wild rice grains.


Easy French Toast Sticks

For his snack, I prepare these easy French Toast sticks. My toddler can hold and eat them easily and with minimal fuss.

Ingredients:
(Yields 3-4 servings)

Three slices of bread, preferably a few days' old
One egg, lightly beaten
One tablespoon raw honey
Enough unsalted butter and vegetable oil to pan fry

How to:

Cut the bread slices into thick sticks. I use my leftover homemade Cheddar Cheese Bread and can get 5-6 sticks per slice.

Meanwhile, beat the egg and honey until well combined. Soak the bread sticks in the egg-honey mixture until well coated.

Heat up some vegetable oil in a frying pan over low heat and melt some butter. Pan-fry one bread stick at a time until golden brown.

Note: I follow Gordon Ramsay's suggestion about melting butter in vegetable oil to prevent the butter from burning.

The ingredients.

Done!


4 comments

  1. Looks amazing. And I absolutely adore wild rice.

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  2. Hi Joyce,

    Nice to see that your lucky little one has been eating well :D

    Btw, I have a giveaway for 4 lucky winners and hope that you can be one of them :D

    Zoe

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