Chicken puree is delicious and rich. It is generally known that children like chicken meat and it would be a shame not to try it at home. Here’s a recipe that will take a moment and the result will be amazing.
|Preparation time:||15 minutes|
|Cook time:||45 minutes|
- 3.5 oz cooked chicken meat from broth
- 1/2 cup chicken broth
- a little high-quality butter
First, cook the chicken broth according to the recipe in the previous article. Separate the cooked meat off the bone and put in a blender, add butter and a little of chicken broth.
Blend all ingredients together until a smooth meat puree is made. In case of too thick puree, add more broth. On the contrary, should the puree be to liquid, add a bit more of cooked chicken meat.
Serve right away. Store any leftovers in the freezer, it will last for 1 month. Also I do recommend to keep 1 portion of food for the next day.
Tip: Chicken meat is not as fine as rabbit meat. For more elevated and smoother taste, add a little of the cooked carrot from the broth and mix gently. The puree will have a softer texture and your baby will recall the familiar carrot taste.
Chicken puree, Emily and yummy baby food
Emily loved the chicken puree more than the puree from the rabbit. She ate about eight teaspoons, which seems to be a great success in the early days. In any case, she ate again only while kneeling on the playground, so I’m looking for a method to get her to calm down while having food.
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