1. Prepare the ingredients. The corn kernels are the particles peeled off from fresh corn, and they can be cleaned (children who don’t like corn kernels can leave it alone).
2. The quinoa is cleaned and then soaked in water for 1-2 hours. Cut off a piece from the top of the pumpkin, taking care to be complete.
3. Then put the lid on, put in a steamer filled with cold water, and steam directly for 20 minutes. After steaming, take it out carefully and let it cool on the cooling rack. Then the next step.
4. Carefully scoop out the inner pumpkin flesh with a spoon, and note that pumpkin seeds are not needed. Put the excavated pulp into the juice cup. Then add milk and beat into milk pumpkin puree.
5. The soaked quinoa is directly poured into the pot with the water for soaking the quinoa, pour the corn kernels, boil on high heat and turn to medium-low heat and cook for 10-15 minutes. Boil the quinoa until it sprouts and cook together with the corn kernels.
6. Scoop the cooked quinoa and corn kernels into the hollowed-out pumpkin cup.
7. Pour in the mashed milk and pumpkin puree. If there is too much puree, you can put it in a small bowl and steam it with the pumpkin cup. The steamed pumpkin paste is also delicious. Put it in a steamer (the pumpkin was steamed before, so it is hot water), do not need to cover, steam for 5 minutes.
8. Take it out after steaming, and you can eat it when it's warm for a while!
Note: 1. When the pumpkin is steamed, be careful not to dig through the pumpkin cup when digging the puree. Otherwise it will leak.
2. Children who don't like corn kernels can skip it.
3. Of course, if children are not used to eating quinoa, it is also good for adults!
I made this dish because my kid can accept the taste of quinoa, and she feels delicious after eating it! Low-fat and nutritious, her favorite!
4. Choose organic milk, such as Lehe. Store at room temperature. If you can't finish drinking it temporarily, you can refrigerate it. The baby loves to drink very much, and the milk has a strong flavor.