Recipe of Angel Hair Pasta with Veggies – Baby/Kids Food

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Recently I have been very interested in pasta as my daughter loves stringy food. So compared to noodles which is made with refined flours, I prefer pasta which is made of wheat. I give her some to bite on, but I have a baby food version which is made for her. Ill tell you how you can convert pasta made for you and your kids into baby food.

I sometimes use Ragu pasta/pizza sauce which is nothing but tomato puree. You can easily make puree at home by boiling tomato in water, removing the skin and blending it in a mixer. Add or remove as many veggies as you like.


  • Angel Hair pasta – a handful
  • Tomato puree (3 tomatoes)/ store bought sauce 1/2 cup
  • Veggies (I use broccoli, zucchini, red and yellow capsicum, olives)
  • Onion – 1 whole
  • Garlic- 3-4 pods
  • chilli flakes- 1tsp
  • Pasta seasoning- 1tsp (dried oregano, basil, or any combo that you like, I use store bought pizza seasoning)
  • Salt
  • Grated Parmesan cheese


Cook pasta in water with salt and keep aside.

In a pan add oil, garlic (chopped or crushed), chilli flakes and toss, to this add onions and fry till it changes color.

Now add in all your veggies and toss for 1-2 mins. Now add tomato puree, salt, pasta seasoning and cook. It should be saucy. (Now drain a little sauce and keep aside for your baby food)

Now add pasta cook for 1-2 mins and turn down the flame. Finally garnish with shredded cheese.

*Do not replace chilli flakes with chilli powder*

Baby Food: Spaghetti Pasta


Break spaghetti into tiny bits and cook with water and salt.

In a pan add the sauce mentioned above and to that add pasta and cook.

Finally add grated cheese and turn down the flame when the cheese melts.


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Jaishri is an IT professional and the founder of mommyswall. She is a mom of a lovely 4 year old and lives in Bangalore. She is also a certified Yoga instructor and believes in Natural living.
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