She eats what we eat most of the time. I cook everything from scratch, without any salt or artificial ingredients. For example, this week we had: turkey pot pie (this is great bc everything is super soft), whole wheat pasta with a little butter, carrots and broccoli (I cut the pasta up so it was bite sized), chicken and roasted brussel sprouts (cooked a whole chicken in the crock pot all day so it is very moist and tender... shredded it for LO), and turkey and rice soup with tomatoes, carrots, celery, etc. All these meals are very baby friendly because everything is soft and bite sized. Other ideas are toast with puree spread on top (cut into bite sized pieces or sticks but be careful of salt in bread), most any fruit or vegetable cut up (if it's hard roast or steam first), oatmeal mixed with a fruit puree and ground beef/turkey.
We do whatever we eat. She's had pizza, spaghetti, gnocchi, fajitas, quesadillas, steamed veggies, tomatoes, salad, steak, chicken, sweet potatoes with cayenne and chipotle seasoning, chili, meatballs. On Thanksgiving, she had turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, corn souffle, curried cauliflower, pork roast and some pumpkin pie. She LOVES solids and we let her eat whatever we do. Cut into small pieces of course. Even stuff that's tough or may be hard for her to eat, we cut into tiny, tiny, tiny pieces and feed it too her.
To start, canned carrots (they make them without salt or anything) were great. We'd cut them into little pieces and dust them in oatmeal cereal. They're SO soft -- sometimes I'd accidentally smoosh them just cutting them with a spoon.