If Your Child Doesn't Like A Food- Here's What To Do
Since your little one's taste buds are still developing, chances are that she won't like a particular food right away and reject it. In fact, doctors suggest that you must give your child a food eight times minimum, at various gaps of days, and then decide if she likes it or dislikes it. Quite often it happens that when you give a food to your child for the 7th or 8th time after repeated rejections, she starts to finally like it, much to your surprise!
When the little one grows older, if you are 100% sure that she doesn't like a particular food, don't force feed her, as that will affect her appetite and also make her sad and sometimes angry on you. Instead, choose alternate foods with same nutritional value or offer her the same food in a different way, that is, by pairing it up with some other food that she likes.
So don't give up right away and keep trying!