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Hi mummies,other than the things your all cook for babies,can also cook brown rice porridge.Soak rice for 2hrs,rinise cook with pork broth/chickenbroth in slow cooker till soft.Add some ikan blis powder,spinach
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Hi felz go to Gain City on sat they sell mini slow pot cooker for $9.90 or $9.i feel that rice for baby porridge unless its broken rice should be soak with water and 1/8 teaspoon of olive oil for at least 1 hr then you cook it and it mashes quickly.Have you tried mee suah.you can also cook that after baby reaches 6 mths.Be sure to crush it into tiny bits first.And i fed both my sons eggs after 6 mths.Hope these tips help.
Get the sat paper usually gain city will advertise there for it reallyy 9.90 only but make sure you bring the clipping.I am using mine for 1.5 yrs already and still in good condition.(same brand then i kiasu mummy bought another 2.Thats how i know.)
Anyways this is how i prepare the mee sua for Danvin(my veg 91/2 month baby.
1 pc garlic
1/4 teaspoon olive oil
spinach leaves cut small
Carrot cut small
Chillie brand mee sua(more softer)1 bundle
water about 70ml
I fry the garlic with the oil for less than 30 sec.Add in carrots.Fry for about 20 sec add water and leave to boil for 2 mins.Add in mee sua and when noodles are half cook add in egg lastly add spinach and turn off.Easy right.For you since you feed your baby meat you must put in the meat first to let it cook for about 45 seconds then add in the water and some stock if you have it.Then add the veg and the noodle.(if you are using leafy veg leave it to be added last so that its not overcooked.)
Hey have you tried giving her bake potatoes with scarambled eggs? Fry the egg with butter not oil.Its a great combi.Hope this helps.
Last edited by vinder79; 24-06-2010 at 10:39 PM.
Eh...I thought the ticker read 6 mths. Maybe I blind !
For the threadfin, I usually buy it from NTUC/Cold STorage and cut it into 3 pieces. Think the weight per pack is about 130g plus minus.
For the chicken, sometimes I cut into 4 pieces. Think around 35-45gm maybe, I agar agar haha.
But when my son just started solids at 6 mths, his appetitie was very small (a few small spoonfuls only), luckily, he shared with my then 1-year-old niece else I do know how to cook for him too.
But you may wish to buy a small slow cooker , invest small $$ so your baby can eat brown rice. Think I saw at Best Denki small ones less than $40/50. Dump everything in, no need to watch fire haha.
Oh recently my son refused porridge and I discovered he wants rice so I gave him white rice at first and now I switched to mixing brown and white again.
Best of luck to you
Last edited by igal_76; 08-07-2010 at 12:30 AM.