MEALTIME WITH KIDS CAN BE A WORLD OF FUN! WE WANT TO SHOW YOU SOME GREAT RECIPES YOUR LITTLE ONES WILL LOVE TO GET INVOLVED WITH AND THEN ACUTALLY WANT TO EAT! WE’LL ALSO GIVE YOU SOME HANDY HINTS AND TIPS WHEN ORDERING FOR KIDS AT RESTAURANTS TOO. READY?
If your little ones are adventurous eaters, let them take their pick from the menu and in the kitchen. A food adventure is one of a kind. Food can tell a story, recall a memory, make us laugh and fill little tummies all at the same time!
CHINESE COOKING WITH KIDS!
EVERYONE LOVES TO DIP THEIR FOOD INTO SAUCE, ESPECIALLY KIDS (OF ALL AGES). COOKING WITH LEE KUM KEE AND KIDS IS ALL ABOUT DIPPING!
COOK SAUSAGE ROLLS WITH LEE KUM KEE!
You’re right, this one isn’t traditional Chinese cooking, but its authentic and mouthwatering Chinese flavours from our Cha Siu sauce are a great introduction to the full delicious umami rich flavours of Chinese cooking that your kids will love!
COOK EGG FOO YOUNG WITH LEE KUM KEE!
Full of delicious authentic flavours, including our famous Lee Kum Kee Oyster Sauce, this dish is simple to make and fun to eat! Inspire your children’s very own love of food adventures.
COOK MUSHROOM LETTUCE CUPS WITH LEE KUM KEE!
Meat-free Monday is made easy with our Vegetarian Stir Fry Sauce and this delicious dish that’s perfect for little hands to help and hold. When veges taste this good, kids love every single bite! Dip it into any of our delicious sauces for EXTRA YUM!
DINING OUT - CHINESE MENU FAVOURITES FOR LITTLE ONES
Try any one or all of these next time you’re out at a Chinese restaurant. Encourage the kids to try new flavours and textures starting with these taste-bud friendly choices:
PRO TIPS! FOR DINING OUT WITH KIDS
If your kids aren’t used to chopsticks, that’s okay! Let them practice at home using training chopsticks and while you’re out, you can simply ask the wait staff to provide a spoon instead. Knives and forks aren’t usually available in most Chinese restaurants.
If your kids don't like plain greens (which is the usual way to order them at Chinese restaurants), you could order dishes that have both vegetables and meat.
Steer clear of the fish till they’re older. While Chinese fish dishes are simply scrumptious, they are often served whole, which means the bones can be a hazard for distracted little people.
Not too much of the deep fried or overly oily foods. You don’t want to deal with a tummy ache later in the night.
For more recipes of all kinds, click through the link below. Happy Cooking!