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Because I'm trying to control my son's eczema by eliminating certain foods from his diet that might trigger flare ups, I decided to cook some quinoa pancakes for him today. There are so many recipes online but I stuck to a simple one.
I barely have time these days to cook for my son, but today he slept for two hours during his morning nap so that gave me some time. I made oven-baked fish fingers and decided to play a little bit with my food presentation. Doesn't it look cute?
Just a quick rundown of what I used: flour, bread crumbs, egg, salt and pepper, garlic powder, pollock fish fillet (you can use any type of white fish fillet), and just sliced a couple of cucumber for the eyes, peas for the eyeballs, carrots for the nose and that's it! I baked the fish fingers at 200°C (400 °F) for about 10 minutes, flipped it, and did the other side for another 5 minutes. Turned out really yummy and Henson loved it! He had three pieces for lunch! I wish I had more time to cook more healthy dishes like this for him.