by Baby food supplement master
1. Reference month age: 12 months or more, for babies who are not allergic to the ingredients. Ingredients: 100 grams of two rice, 30 grams of taro, 25 grams of salmon, 10 grams of broccoli, 6 slices of seaweed, 2 grams of cooked white sesame. : 30 minutes difficulty analysis: elementary
Cut the salmon into small cubes and marinate with lemon slices for 15 minutes.
*The thorns are less meaty and fresh, and it will be more delicious if you pickle it to remove the smell.
3. Cut the taro into cubes and steam for 15 minutes. If you don’t have taro at home, you can use potatoes.
4. Take it out and mash it after it's ripe.
Blanch broccoli and chop finely.
*Broccoli can be replaced with other vegetables, see what the baby wants to eat, and play freely~
6. Heat the pan with oil, add the diced salmon and stir fry.
After frying until the color changes, add appropriate amount of rice.
*Second rice on the one hand is to enrich the nutrition, on the other hand the rice balls will look better. So if you want to change to rice, it's okay.
8. Add taro puree and chopped broccoli to the pot.
9. Finally add cooked white sesame seeds and fresh mushroom powder. Sesame seeds can be raw or cooked, and babies over one year old can add a small amount of salt.
10. Stir all the ingredients evenly.
11. After the ingredients are cooked, put an appropriate amount into your hands and arrange them into a triangular shape.
12. Finally, put a piece of seaweed on the outside of the rice ball and decorate it. It's beautiful and delicious, the icing on the cake~
The cute little rice balls are ready~ I made a total of six this time. As a staple food, it is really super filling, so it will definitely be enough to take out.
Of course, if your baby has an appointment with other friends, remember to do more. When you open the bento box, your baby will be very proud of seeing the little rice balls made by mother!