This recipe is made using Herbie's Baby Spice Kit.
With the exception of hot spices like chilli and pepper, there is no reason why babies shouldn’t experience the wonderful flavours of the world through spices. By starting your baby on a variety of interesting food and flavours early, there is much less chance of baby developing into a fussy eater later on. Perfect for mums & dads as well!... Read more.
Preheat oven to 160C. Saute onion and garlic in oil in a casserole dish until soft.
Coat lamb pieces in ras el hanout and add to pan, browning all sides.
Add tomatoes plus ½ can water, carrot, prunes and quinoa.
Bring to boil, then cover and cook in the oven for 1 hour until meat and vegetables are tender.
The Baby Spice Kit Contains 11 recipe ideas and 6 spices and spice blends: Cinnamon Ground, Lemon Myrtle Leaf Ground, Smoked Sweet Paprika, Chaat Masala, Sambar Spice Mix and Ras el Hanout and retails for $30.00 at Herbie’s Spices, or from the website www.herbies.com.au
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