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My Kid Made One Pan Pasta!

We’ve all seen the one pan pasta, lots of us have even tried it. Yes, it’s easy and delicious and groundbreaking yet simple in the culinary department. But can my kid make it? I decided to put my three year old to the test. I started out by asking Lincoln if he wanted to make dinner for us. His eye got huge and he looked at me with a combination of excitement and amusement at this prospect. I told him what we were making and pretty much let him do it all, save for the onion slicing. Although I did let him attempt to slice the onion with his plastic knife, but it didn’t work so he agreed to let me help him with a real knife. Check him out doing it all by himself!

  • One Pot Pasta 1 of 18
    Linc
  • Washing Tomatoes 2 of 18
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  • Picking Fresh Basil 3 of 18
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  • Washing the Basil 4 of 18
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  • Slicing Tomatoes 5 of 18
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    He is using a table knife that is slightly serrated.

  • So Proud! 6 of 18
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    He showed me the sliced tomato and how it creates a mouth.

  • Slicing Onion 7 of 18
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    After attempting to slice with his plastic knife, we worked together with a real ktichen knife to slice the onion.

  • Tearing Basil 8 of 18
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    He went wild.

  • Adding the Pasta 9 of 18
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  • Pouring Water 10 of 18
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  • Adding Onion 11 of 18
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  • Adding Sliced Tomato 12 of 18
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  • Adding Torn/Shredded Basil 13 of 18
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  • Pouring Olive Oil 14 of 18
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  • Salt & Pepper 15 of 18
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  • Giving A Stir 16 of 18
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  • Almost Ready 17 of 18
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  • Dinner for Daddy! 18 of 18
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    He did it and almost completely on his own!

One Pan Pasta from Martha Stewart

Lincoln halved the recipe and used multigrain pasta.

Read more from Macki on The Family Kitchen and Babies First Year!

 

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