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Cheesy spinach pies


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Ingredients

12 portion(s)

Pie

  • 750 g Potato, diced
  • 200 g water
  • 75 g baby spinach
  • 75 g 1/2 cup frozen peas
  • 100 g Full fat cottage cheese
  • 50 g Parmesan or cheddar, grated
  • 6
    5min
    Preparation 5min
    Baking/Cooking
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Recipe's preparation

    Pie
  1. Add potato and water. Cook on 100, speed 1, 20 min.

    While you're waiting, line a muffin pan with patty pans or baking paper squares.

     

  2. Pause at 15 min, add spinach and peas to varoma. Continue cooking.

    Set peas and spinach aside.

     

  3. Add cottage cheese to bowl and mash with potato speed 6, 20-30 sec.

  4. Add spinach and peas to bowl and mix on Counter-clockwise operation speed 2-3 for 20-30 sec or until combined.

    (If your baby doesn't like lumps mix on No counter-clockwise operation speed 6, 20-30 seconds.)

     

  5. Spoon into 12 patty pans and sprinkle with grated cheese.

     

  6. Bake at 220oC for 10 minutes or until almost golden OR wrap individually and freeze until required.

    Can be fully heated in microwave for convenience.

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Tip

I have been feeding these to my baby since she was 6 months old and she still loves them 5 months on. You can vary the texture very easily depending on their age and stage.

Also delicious for pregnant mums to eat at the same time!


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  • Hard to get out of paper when hot. ...

    Submitted by NanCee.60 on 28. January 2017 - 18:18.

    Hard to get out of paper when hot.

    Paper removes easily when cold.

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  • flavours are there but runny 

    Submitted by Rix1401 on 31. May 2015 - 09:03.

    flavours are there but runny 

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  • Mine also ended up a bit

    Submitted by kelsabels on 14. April 2013 - 18:00.

    Mine also ended up a bit sloppy! I may have pureed them too much? They tasted great though and I fed them to my daughter with a spoon straight from the patty case.

    Kelly Fox Gentle stir setting

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  • I've never needed egg. The

    Submitted by kriscrox on 31. July 2012 - 18:10.

    I've never needed egg. The water content of the potatoes can have an effect, same as when you make gnocchi. Perhaps try draining some water out before you blend the potatoes.

    Also, they are meant to be served in patty pans!

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  • I have just made these and

    Submitted by StephH on 27. July 2012 - 14:21.

    I have just made these and they are very, very sloppy. I wondered whether there is meant to be an egg or something to bind the mixture? 

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