Chlorophyll Salmon

Ingredients:

200g frozen spinach

60g potatoes

20g salmon

1 knob of butter

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Peel and wash the potatoes, then cut into small 1cm cubes.

Pass your finger over the salmon to check that there are no bones left and cut into small pieces.

Put the potatoes, salmon and frozen spinach in the steamer basket.

Pour the water into the water tank (level 3) and start the steamer.

Put the cooking liquid to one side in a small container.Transfer all the cooked food into the blender bowl with the butter.Blend adding some of the cooking liquid until you obtain the desired consistency.

 

Cooking tip

Frozen spinach is just as good for baby as fresh spinach:in fact, the spinach is frozen immediately after gathering when it is in season, so it has not been left on street stalls or in a refrigerator.   The spinach that you will be cooking for your baby is therefore rich in vitamins and minerals.

 

For those interested in nutrition

Spinach is a vegetable rich in anti-oxidants. This is why it should be cooked for the shortest possible time and in a way that does not destroy the precious micro-nutrients.This is the case with steam cooking and this is why we keep the cooking liquid to add it to the dish: it not only improves the consistency but by doing this you put back into baby’s dish the vitamins and minerals that have dissolved in the water.  

If there is too much, you can keep the cooking liquid and freeze it to use it at a later date, for example, in a soup or as a vegetable stock.

 Alternatives for lactose intolerant babies

If the child is intolerant to lactose, a little oil will replace the butter.In this dish, 1 teaspoonful of hazelnut oil will enhance the flavour.  

  • Age 9-12 months
  • Type of dish Main courses

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Chlorophyll Salmon

Chlorophyll Salmon

200g frozen spinach

60g potatoes

20g salmon

1 knob of butter