OK, I know something is either really right or really wrong if, of her own volition, she is using her own camera to take pictures of food.
I used a 3-2-1 method which makes life even easier for a four year old who wanted to make the entire thing herself (the sauce, not the hot-stove-chicken-cooking part). 3 parts peanut butter, 2 parts coconut milk, 1 part lime juice. Mix.
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