Hey no worries mama! :) My DD didn't have a lick of food until 13 months or so. She was happy to breastfeed exclusively and I was happy to oblige. A lot of the 'pressure' for starting "solid foods" out there comes from the baby food companies who just want our money. Your breastmilk is 100% real food and like others have said, if she is at a healthy weight, then no worries. (In fact, even if she was at a low weight- I wouldn't necessarily go to solids, I would first work on increasing milk supply and having her nurse more frequently.)
Anyway, my dd at 13 months just started experimenting with solids once every few days or so. I would give her a piece of whatever I was eating and if she seemed interested I'd give her more. That went on for several months. Then I tried giving her more complete meals (like small portions of whatever dh and i were eating) in her high chair and she still seemed only half interested but mostly liked to play with it. I wasn't worried because i knew she was a champion nurser and my pediatrician--who is very much not mainstream--said breastfeeding almost exclusively until 2 years old was fine as long she was getting enough iron. So i made sure to give her meats and beans and beets when she did eat. Honestly, she didn't care much for solids until I was 4 months pregnant and my milk supply started to diminish... accordingly it was like each day I had less milk and she had more of an interest in eating solids. Now she is a fantastic eater and everyone who sees her eat her meals says that.
So I say that you are doing a great job and applaud you for breastfeeding! And I would read her attitude about solids to be: "Hey mama, I'm not interested in that... I'm getting all I want and need from your fabulous breastmilk!" ;) And when she wants/needs more, she'll start eating the solids more, KWIM?