The Russian prison is one of the most ancient peasant stews. The simplest recipe consists of water with bread crumbs. It was this, apparently, that Nekrasov had in mind when he wrote the memorable: “Eat the jail, Yasha! No milk! “
Fortunately, we still have milk. Therefore, we invite our readers to cook a sweet baby jail in milk. For example, this recipe always helped me out when the kid refused to eat at all.
Either he liked the name, or won over the simplicity of preparation and the rare opportunity to participate in the process. The recipe is simple, but perhaps one day he will also help someone feed their little fussy.
- 1 tbsp. milk
- 100 g stale white bread
- 1 tablespoon sugar
- jam to taste
- Cut the crust off the bread.
- Dice the flesh or dice it with your hands. Little helpers can come in handy here. If the bread is fresh, dry it in the oven until golden brown.
- The milk can be warmed up or left cold. Then do what you like best.
- Pour milk over the bread.
- Add sugar or honey.
- You can put a spoonful of your favorite jam on top.
- The jail with milk is ready, call the kids to the table. Bon Appetit!
If your little one is a stubborn “unkind”, and every spoon eaten by a child is celebrated by all family members, try to make the children’s menu not so much varied as visually attractive. Our dishes with an unusual presentation will awaken not only curiosity, but also the child’s appetite.
It is very important that children’s food looks cute, then the chances that the baby will still agree to taste it increase significantly. This is exactly what parents do, for whom parenting is a constant creative process. Use these cute ideas and invent your own!