The weather in the south finally has a winter feeling. One of the benefits of living in the South is that even if the temperature is low, there are still many types of vegetables on the market. In the morning, I pushed up the baby for a walk and saw that the spinach in the vegetable shop was very fresh, so I bought half of it, just two tomatoes in the refrigerator, and today I cooked the tomato spinach porridge! After being a mother, I feel that I have never seen a baby eating a big mouth and it is more fun for me. Steaming, full of spinach scent and slightly sour porridge, will definitely make your baby's appetite open!
Rice with a proper amount of water, add a few drops of oil, and put in a saucepan for 2 hours (the length of time is determined by the baby's ability to accept the porridge). After stewing, put it in a small milk pot.
Prepare the required material, spinach with salt water for half an hour and rinse with water for a while.
After the tomatoes are peeled, they are mashed into mud, and the lean meat is smashed into mud.
Spinach is placed in boiling water for 30 seconds and then mashed into mud.
Put the tomato puree, lean meat, and spinach into the porridge, cook for 2 minutes, dry to the proper temperature, and eat!
1. Spinach is known as “nutrition model student”. It is rich in carotenoids, vitamin C, vitamin K, minerals (calcium, iron, etc.), coenzyme Q10 and other nutrients. Carotene contained in spinach. It is converted into vitamin A in the human body, which can maintain normal vision and epithelial cell health, increase the ability to prevent infectious diseases, and promote children's growth and development. The iron contained in it has a good auxiliary therapeutic effect on iron deficiency anemia. 2. Baby's food supplement should try not to add salt and sugar. If the baby is over one year old and needs it, add it in moderation.