Cut the carrots, break them with a food supplement or a broken machine, and beat them into carrot puree or carrots. I added 10g of water.
The salmon is peeled, punctured, cut into thin slices, and then torn into small pieces by hand. The purpose is to remove the thorns that have not been removed, and the baby eats, so be careful.
Put the salmon in the food supplement machine and make it into the mud. My food supplement machine is relatively small, so it is divided into many times, which is more delicate.
Mix the fish puree and carrot clockwise, add the remaining 30g of water to the starch, stir well, pour into the fish paste, and continue to stir clockwise. If the child is a little older or has already started eating egg whites, add 20g egg whites and mix well with the fish paste.
Cook the fruit corn, cut a third with a peeling knife, put it in the fish paste, and continue to stir evenly clockwise. It can also be broken with a food supplement machine.
Put the fish paste into the flower bag, cut the flower bag into a small mouth. If there is no flower bag, use the funnel or squeeze it into the sausage plastic casing. (I haven’t seen this artifact before, the mother bought it in a treasure,) Tighten the ends.
Boil the water, put the sausage in the steamer, steam for 20-30 minutes, the time is determined by the thickness of the sausage. I steamed for 23 minutes. Feeling tender and tender, just right.
Let it cool, cut into small pieces, put it in the refrigerator, when it is eaten, when to take it.
The things added inside can be adjusted by themselves. Fruit corn can promote bowel movements, and it is slightly sweet. I think the overall taste is better. Children over the age of two can add some soy sauce, salt and the like according to their own taste. I personally feel that I don't add anything and the taste is good.