If there is one food that can never, ever be considered as “Epic Fail” to cater to little toddlers’ picky taste buds, I reckon it has got to be the humble Nasi Goreng, otherwise, fondly known as Fried Rice.
I have heard from several other parents too that if all else fails for their kids, fried rice usually will come to their rescue. And, I know from experience that when Spud gets difficult with food, a plate of fried rice would often do the trick to get Spud to eat.
Spud loves her fried rice, and it has become one of her favourite staples; even Squirt has shown his liking for fried rice! Contrary to the belief, fried rice can actually be quite healthy. It is easy to make and the best part about it is that you can sneak in all sorts of vegetables in there without it being glaringly conspicuous to the kids to minimize the potential rejection of vegetables that they see in their food. This is how I make my Fried Rice for Spud.