I have seen many versions of baby luncheon meat with salt and soy sauce, not suitable for infants under 2 years old. North American pediatricians recommend adding complementary foods for 6 months. Anything except honey can be eaten within 1 year old, but the daily intake of sodium is preferably less than 5%, so the baby's complementary food should be as original as possible, and the ingredients are fresh and organic. .
Organic chicken flakes are rinsed with water in a strainer to squeeze out moisture. Add equal proportion of flour. Beat an egg, add egg white, and temporarily keep the egg yolk. Stir in one direction with chopsticks. If it feels very thin, add some starch until the chopsticks can be inserted.
Onion mushrooms are chopped, chopped green onions are chopped (preferably the green portion is better), add to the meat in the previous step, continue to stir evenly
Apply a layer of sesame oil or olive oil to the inner wall of the glass container (to facilitate demoulding), pour the stirred meat into a glass container at one time, and steam for 10 minutes in a medium heat.
After ten minutes, use kitchen paper to slightly absorb the moisture on the meat, pour the egg yolk on the surface, sprinkle with sesame seeds (for babies who are not allergic to nuts), and turn off the fire cover for five minutes. It can be eaten after being cooled, and can not be eaten for two weeks.
The meat should be whipped and the ingredients should be added to ensure that the baby is not allergic.