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Veggies on the Down-Low

Kids aren't always wild about veggies as a side dish. So I try and add diced or pureed veggies to everything I can, including main dishes like meatloaf and desserts like brownies. Or take this pasta dish: It’s rigatoni with meatballs, but I added diced red peppers during the last minute of cooking. ...
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Food Network • 1 year ago

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  • Laurie Roach
    Laurie Roach • 1 year ago

    I always added finely chopped carrots in my meatloaf. I thought they never noticed. I made it once without carrots and they asked where they were.

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