I have always encouraged my kids to get cookin’ the kitchen.
I want them to know their way around the kitchen because it’s through cooking and baking and mixing up some goodness where we eat that they will learn how to nourish their bodies.
Of course, through our hands on cooking lessons, they also learn healthier dishes to eat. (This is not one of those dishes…ok?)
Diego recently learned this dish in his home economics class in school. He brought a sample of one Pizza Roll home for all of us to taste, and of course we were very impressed with his cooking skills. He boasted that he completed the task with his friend and minimal help from his teacher, and even asked if I would like him to cook it again so I could enjoy his pizza rolls while they are hot. (He knows I like my food hot.) I told him he didn’t have to make it for me right then and there, but that I would love it if he could cook for me later the next day.
I thought y’all might want to see the recipe that he wrote out, so that he would remember how to make it. When I saw what he was doing, I asked if I could publish his recipe, and thankfully he agreed.
The only part of the recipe where he asked for help was when it came time to fry. In the drawing, he labeled a “frying bowl,” but what he meant was a “frying pan.”
Now. For the life of me I can’t find the folder that I put the pic of the finished product in. I think I will just have to ask him if he can make it again for me real soon 🙂
Maybe, I can plan for a post that he will include all of his specialties like I have done for Gia’s baked goodies in the past 🙂