It can be a totally messy affair. But who doesn’t want to throw the kids in the deep end and teach them a life-long skill which you know they will appreciate when they’re older?
My sassy girl recently learnt how to whip up some easy flatbread and kecap manis chicken satay. A girlfriend of mine – Steffles (also known as @milff.co) asked Sassy if she’d like to join her girls Skye and Misha to film the final episode of her YouTube series on Fitness and Food. Sassy of course said YES and was super excited. She had a great time with her besties filming the kid-friendly 7 minute workout and cooking up a storm in Stef’s kitchen.
Stef is an amazing cook, baker, and a super woman. She juggles the demands of work and family while combining her twin passions of food and fitness to inspire other women to #gettheirsexy via her easy workouts and simple recipes.
Both these recipes can be found on Stef’s blog along with a ton of other yummy, healthy recipes.
First, the girls made the flatbread.
Easy Flatbread with Herb and Garlic Butter
Now for the fun bit.
Kids can get their hands dirty right?
Nothing a little chicken marination won’t cure.
I was lucky enough to receive a doggy bag of leftover flatbread and chicken when Sassy came home. It was delicious. Kecap manis is Indonesian for “sweet soy sauce” and together with the garlic, ginger, cumin and lime juice give the chicken the perfect amount of flavour for their little tastebuds.
Stef served the dish with her mango, avocado salsa – the bomb. And the girls created their own little tropical wraps.
Get Stef’s kecap manis chicken satary recipe on her blog. It’s oh-so-simple, healthy and easy to make with the kids.
Now get out there with the kids, do this 7-minute workout and then get the kids to work with this delicious kid-friendly meal!
Thanks Steffles and girls!