When the baby is 6 months old, the doctor will let me open the sputum. I am afraid that the baby's stomach can't handle the complicated food. I think about it. It can not only supplement the iron, but also the sputum, no more than pig liver. Because I watched the baby while doing it, the photos of the day before yesterday were not taken. Everyone made up their own brains. I tried to write the details.
Soak the fresh pig liver for 45 minutes, go to the blood, and change the water twice.
Soak the pig liver and remove the fascia. Continue to soak for 10 minutes, rinse once with water, and soak for 3 times, rinse with water.
The pig liver that completely removes blood water loses its vivid color and is purple-black. At this time, cold water is put into the pot, the fire is boiled, and the foam is removed.
Change the water again, add ginger, and simmer until cooked. While changing the water, wash it several times. This is done to better remove blood and impurities.
After cooking for 15 minutes, the liver of the pig is cooked thoroughly and cut into evenly sized pieces. The smaller the cut, the better. Try to cut evenly, because it is related to the drying behind, otherwise the particles are easy to paste.
After the pot is hot, add the chopped pork liver and stir fry over low heat. Stir-fry until dry and free of moisture. This process takes some time. The pig's liver with water will be put into the pot, and there will be a squeaky sound. When the sound is gone, the pig liver and the pot will rub the sound of rustling, basically it will be almost the same.
Stir-fried pork liver is placed in a blender for the first time.
Stirred pork liver powder, the particles are still relatively thick, and there will be water. Pour into the pot for the second stir fry, this time the pellets are smaller and easier to paste. So keep stirring. Until the small particles jump in the pot, it will be fine. I really can't see the jump or jump, just pinch it. After the frying, it is fully cooled, otherwise there is heat, the powder is sticky, which is not conducive to stirring.
After the fried pig liver powder is stirred for the second time, it is sieved, and the large particles are continuously stirred. Until all are in powder form.
The final product, which is basically fine sand, can be added to all the food supplements. After complete ventilation and cooling, it can be stored in a glass sealed can and eaten within 30 days.
Stir in any complementary food to increase flavor
Timmy Ma said: Because the baby within 1 year old can not add too much to the sputum material, so repeatedly soaked, drowning is to maximize the removal of blood odor. This is especially recommended for babies who are afraid of cockroaches. The pig's liver powder is placed in a ventilated place for one day. The taste is basically gone, and the baby will not be rejected.