Baby puree recipes
The purees are fabulous and perfect to implement within the complementary diet of our children, these rich purees can be included from 5 months of age, being an important food for the development of the child, so the variety will be essential.
Purees are recognized for providing many vitamins and nutrients that allow the child to gradually adapt to solid foods, as well as being a great help to parents due to the ease of preparation.
To continue, we want to give you some recipes that you can prepare at home and that you will surely love. Let us begin!
White fish puree with vegetables
Fish is an important food in the child's diet since it contains vitamins important for its growth, white fish can only be given from 10 months of age or when the pediatrician advises.
• 2 potatoes
• 1 carrot
• 200 gr of white fish (without bones), can be whiting, sea bass, sole.
• 1 tomato
• 1 zucchini
• 1 teaspoon of olive oil
• 1 leek
• Salt to taste
Preparation: Wash and peel all the vegetables well, cut them into squares or chop them, then put them in a saucepan with a little olive oil and put them over medium heat, add water until it covers all the vegetables and turn up the heat until they are almost soft, then add the fish in pieces and cook.
When everything is well cooked, crush in a mixer with a little broth, take the water out of the saucepan and pour the puree, leave it on low heat for a few minutes, apply salt to taste, parsley and that's it. To enjoy!
• 500 gr of carrots
• ½ onion
• 250 gr of potatoes
• Mineral water
• Olive oil
• 100 ml of cream
Peel and wash the carrots and potatoes well, cut them into equal sizes and chop the onion, pour them into a saucepan with boiling water, apply a teaspoon of olive oil and leave for half an hour to cook, when the carrots and potatoes are soft, remove them from the heat and let cool a little, then put everything in the mixer until it is puree, place it again on low heat, add the cream, the parsley and salt to taste, mix everything and you're done. To enjoy!