The squid pine is prepared for the baby, so no spices are added. Suitable for babies who have a certain degree of adaptation to complementary foods. The baby in our family added food supplements in 4 and a half months, and began to eat this squid pine in six months. The baby does not like to eat rice paste, mixed with this squid pine can eat some.
The frozen cod fillets are thawed first, naturally thawed or thawed in a microwave oven or a complementary food machine.
The thawed squid is drained and steamed for 10 minutes. Note that after thawing, drain the water and then steam it, otherwise the water will be very much. If you are afraid of sputum, you can add some ginger when you steam. When I do it, I don’t put anything. I have a little bit of astringency and more of the smell of fish, so I can accept it.
The steamed squid is slightly cooled to remove the fishbone and skin, and the fish is torn into small pieces. (The squid thorn is relatively small. If you use other fish for the fish, pay attention to the fish thorns when you tear it into small pieces.)
Heat the non-stick pan with a small heat, pour the processed squid meat, stir fry over low heat, and use a shovel to press the water out. (I use a non-stick rice cooker, cooking rice stalls and insulation stalls in turn, be careful to control the firepower. If the firepower is too big, the fish will be hard even if it is not burnt. I have no oil.)
Stir fry until the fish is slightly dry and slightly yellow. Pour into the food supplement mixer OR food machine and break it. Don't have to fight for too long.
Generally, it is almost stirred with a complementary food machine for 3 5 seconds.
Stir the fish and continue to stir fry 4 until it is finished.
The finished product should be relatively dry, but not coke. If it is too humid, it is not conducive to storage. If it is too coke, it will lead to loss of nutrients. It is good to pack the bags or put the bottles after cooling.