I agree with the previous poster. My daughter didn't eat much food at 13 months - she liked chicken on the bone, sweet potato "chips", soaked yoghurt porridge and prunes. And that's about it.
At 14 months she dropped a whole lot of breastfeeds and began eating other sorts of foods - normal potatos, eggs, cow's milk, rice, bananas, rye bread, asparagus, corn on the cob, peas, lamb chops etc, etc. But not all at once - she just gradually added foods to her "repertoire". Just keep offering. It literally took two years of putting broccoli on my DD's plate before she decided to take a bite one day. Haven't got there with carrots yet, but we had some success with red capsicum last week.
Offer, offer, offer but never force. They will eat what they are ready for at the right time. You job is just to make sure there are healthy choices available.