Rabbit puree is the best choice because rabbit meat is one of the finest types of meat. It contains a minimum of fat, cholesterol, and calories while having an excellent taste. The World Health Organization has identified rabbit meat as one of the healthiest in the world.
|Preparation time:||15 minutes|
|Cook time:||35 minutes|
- 3.5oz cooked rabbit meat (from broth)
- 1/2 cup rabbit broth
- 1oz unsalted butter
Cook the rabbit broth according to previous recipe. Separate the meat from bones and place all ingredients into the blender.
Blend until the meat puree is soft. If the puree is to stiff, add more stock. If thee puree is too liquid, keep some meat aside and add it. Blend again.
Serve immediatelly. Excess puree is best stored in the freezer, where it lasts up to one month. also, do not forget to store 1 portion in the fridge for the next day.
If you want to give your baby a delicious lunch, crush one small cooked potato with a carrot on a saucer using a fork and serve with meat puree.
Tip: There is also a small chopper – food processor in my Bamix hand mixer, which is designed to blend small amount of food. Puree had tiny eices, which is good. Infants should learn to chew gradually and swallow even a slightly stiffer meals.
How did Emily liked rabbit puree?
My little pompom had a problem with pieces of meat. I’ve already seen this while eating pea puree when she didn’t know how to swallow. Most of all she liked crushed potato with carrot, but overall she ate almost nothing.
We did some research at home and tried to offer her puree on the playing mat so she didn’t feel like it was time to eat and we are forcing her.
I was eating the puree and when she saw me, she crawled to take a few extra spoons of this delicious puree. Now, it was not a problem to chew it since she felt like it is her own decision – at least I think it is the reason. Sometimes it is best to change the strategy and not to force the baby to eat when and how you want it.
Note: About two weeks later, we tried the rabbit puree again, pulled the box out of the freezer and let it slowly unfreeze in the fridge until the next day. Subsequently, we warmed it up and my little girl ate even the last spoon of puree.
As she ate more and more things she learned to swallow better, so if your child doesn’t want to eat food with chunks, don’t panic, it will turn around.
After a haerty portion of the rabbit, she drank a quater cup of the rabbit broth and a few minutes later she felt asleep and she let me rest for 2 hours, enjoying my first leasure time recently.