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Popular kid mingling food
Popular kid mingling food
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Homemade popular kid mingling food, easy to make and the kids will love it. Who doesn’t like to mingle and eat at the same time? They will only leave the table when the plates are empty. The kids probably will want to help preparing the sausages, meatballs and fries, and taste some samples before the party.

Ingredient List for 6 servings:
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200 gr Small sausages
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200 gr Meatballs
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500 gr French fries
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500 gr Crème fraiche
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1 tablespoon Sweet chili sauce
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2 Carrots
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0,5 Cucumber
Oven temperature:
220 degrees Celsius
Instructions:
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Start by preheat the oven at 220 degrees Celsius.
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Pour the crème fraiche in 2 different bowls. In one add the sweet chili sauce a and mix.
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Pour the French fries on a baking sheet and place them in the middle of the oven for 20 minutes when the oven is ready.
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Peel and slice the carrots and the cucumber, place them in a small serving bowl standing up so it is easy to grab them.
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Cut half of the sausages in small pieces. Fry all the sausages and the meatballs in a frying pan. Pour them in serving bowls.
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Take out the Fries from the oven and serve everything at once.
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