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Top 7 dishes of the Soviet kindergarten



"Until you eat the porridge, you won't leave the table!" - the kindergarten teachers did not know pity. I had to chew the hated semolina swallowing lumps and tears. But there were also hits: mashed potatoes with herring and peas, meat soufflé, curd casserole with raisins and milk sauce. Swallow your tongue - it's so delicious. Prepare your baby lunch “like a mom in kindergarten”, he will love it.

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Kindergarten omelet - the king of omelets: lush and tender, with a yellow-brown crust, writes Perfect breakfast for a perfect morning.

Recipe. Stir the flour in 10 ml of milk, mix the mixture with a well-beaten egg and add the remaining milk. Stir well and pour into a greased pan. Then put the pan in the oven and bake at 150-170 degrees to a characteristic crust. For omelette, serve fresh tomatoes or any vegetable puree. The dish is recommended from 12-month.

  • On 100 g omelet: eggs 1 pcs., Milk - 60 ml, butter - 2 g, wheat flour - 2 g; chemical composition: proteins - 6,3 g, fats - 8,4 g, carbohydrates - 4,3 g, calories - 121,2.

Fish Cutlets

Fish cakes were rarely given, but almost all children loved them. Perfectly combined with mashed potatoes and green peas.

Recipe. Cut the fish, peeled from skin and bones, into pieces and pass through a meat grinder along with bread soaked in milk. Then add the egg and salt and whisk well. Form cutlets from the mass, roll them in sifted breadcrumbs and fry in a hot pan. After frying the cutlets on both sides over medium heat, add 3-4 tablespoons of water to the pan. cover and simmer over low heat until tender. Recommended for children from 2 years of age.

  • On 100 g cutlets: fish - 80 g, white bread - 15 g, milk - 15 ml, egg - ¼ pcs., Wheat crackers - 5 g, vegetable oil - 8 g; chemical composition: proteins - 14,6 g, fats - 9,3 g, carbohydrates - 11,3 g, calories - 133,4.

Cottage Cheese Casserole with Raisins and Milk Sauce

Divine combination of delicate cottage cheese and milk sauce. Make more sauce - there is always not enough of it.

Recipe. Cook the semolina in 50 ml of milk. Mince the curd through a meat grinder (a blender will also work), add in it a beaten egg, 5 of sugar and raisins. Then combine the curd-egg mixture with hot porridge and mix well. Transfer the mass into a greased mold and put it in the oven.

While the casserole is in the oven, prepare the sauce. Pound flour in a little water. Boil the remaining milk along with the sugar, pour the flour diluted in water into it, and, while stirring, bring to a boil. Add butter to the finished sauce and stir. Top the casserole generously with the sauce when serving. The dish is recommended for children from 3 years old.

  • On 100 g casseroles: cottage cheese - 70 g, semolina - 8 g, milk - 80 ml, egg ¼ part, sugar - 8 g, butter - 3 g, wheat flour - 2 g, raisin - 5 g; chemical composition: proteins - 12, 2 g, fats - 19,6 g, carbohydrates - 23,8 g, calories - 329,4.

Boiled meat souffle

A masterpiece for the children's table. Perfect for a big company holiday, not a single child will refuse a meat soufflé.

Recipe. Boil the meat, free it from bones and tendons. Pass the boiled meat and bread soaked in water through a meat grinder. Place the egg yolk in the minced meat. Whisk the protein and also gradually add to the meat as you stir it. Put the resulting mass in a greased saucepan and bake in the oven until a thin pink crust appears on the meat. Any vegetable puree can serve as a garnish for the soufflé. The dish is recommended for children from 12 months of age.

  • On the 100 g soufflé: raw meat - 150 g, egg - ½ part, wheat bread - 15 g, butter - 2 g; chemical composition: proteins - 23,8 g, fats - 8,0 g, carbohydrates - 7,1 g, calories: 197,5.

Pea Cream Soup with Croutons

Soups in the garden were always cooked uninterestingly, without a spark. In addition to the pea - he was beautiful.

Recipe. Go through and rinse the peas, cover them with cold water. Then add parsley root, onions and grated carrots. With the lid closed, simmer until tender (about 2-2,5 hours). Remove the onion and parsley and add the grated tomatoes. Boil the mixture for a few minutes. Put butter in the finished soup. Place the croutons on the plates or place them side by side before serving. The dish is recommended for children from 3 years of age.

  • For 1 liter of soup: peas - 200 g, onions - 10 g, carrots - 40 g, tomatoes - 50 g, parsley (root) - 10 g, butter - 15 g, wheat bread - 60 g, water - 1200 ml; chemical composition: proteins - 31,1 g, fats - 16,3 g, carbohydrates - 150,4 g, calories per 100 g of soup - 92,1.

Potato cutlets

Fast and inexpensive dish, combines a hot dish and side dish.

Recipe. Boil peeled potatoes, mash well, add butter, eggs, salt and mix thoroughly. Make cutlets from the resulting mass. Roll them in flour and fry on all sides until a pink crust appears. When serving the chops, pour boiled sour cream over the table, it will be delicious. Recommended for children from the 2 age.

  • On 100 g cutlets: potatoes - 110 g, butter - 8 g (of which 3 g put in mashed potatoes), egg - pcs., Sour cream - 10 g; chemical composition: proteins - 4,4 g, fats - 5,9 g, carbohydrates - 22,8 g, calories - 159,9.

Pasta and cottage cheese casserole

Take any pasta and cook an unusual dish from your childhood.

Recipe. Boil the pasta in salted water until ready, discard the sieve, let it drain and cool. In chilled pasta, add mashed cottage cheese, sugar and beaten egg in milk. Stir the resulting mass gently. Take a deep frying pan, grease it with oil and put the pasta in it. Put the whole structure in the oven for baking. Grease the baked casserole with melted butter. The dish is recommended for children from 3 years.

  • On 100 g casseroles: pasta - 20 g, milk - 20 ml, sugar - 5 g, butter - 3 g, cottage cheese - 30 g, egg - part, water 500-600 ml; chemical composition: proteins - 6,9 g, fats - 10,0 g, carbohydrates - 20,8 g, calories - 206,8.

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