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Chicken and cauliflower baby congee (from 6 months)


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Ingredients

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  • 50 g chicken breast
  • 70 g cauliflower pieces
  • 50 g jasmine rice, washed
  • 350 g salt reduced chicken stock or water
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Recipe's preparation

  1. Mill rice for 3 seconds on speed 8. Set aside.

  2. Put chicken breast in the bowl with 3/4 MC of water (or reduced salt chicken stock) and cook for 5 minutes on 100 degrees at speed 1.

  3. Blitz chicken for 20 seconds on speed 9 - more or less depending on how your child likes texture. My baby does not like chicken bits so I blitz it until it is almost powdery.

  4. Add cauliflower and blitz it for 10 seconds on speed 6 to small little pieces. You can do it for longer or shorter depending on how chunky your child likes their food.

  5. Add rice and 250 to 300g of salt reduced chicken stock or water and cook at 100 degrees on reverse at speed 3 for 17 minutes.

  6. Puree to desired consistency.

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Tip

Could use Arborio rice and make a risotto as well. You will need to lengthen the time taken to cook the rice.


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  • This was a massive win with my 9 month old. ...

    Submitted by Megs14 on 8. April 2018 - 08:27.

    This was a massive win with my 9 month old.
    I didn’t mill my rice in step 1. I threw the rice in during step 3 when blitzing the chicken. It kept the rice more chunky. The congee freezes really well and loosens up with water.
    Thanks for sharing.

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  • This was very much what I was looking for in a...

    Submitted by Mary-Ann Naguib on 15. December 2016 - 22:16.

    This was very much what I was looking for in a recipe. I added zucchini instead of cauliflower, as this is what I had at home, and I was more concerned with the proportions of chicken to stock to rice. It is a little bit cluggy, but reheats well with a drop of water. It also made quite a bit, which I froze in portions. Thanks

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  • May need to add more water or

    Submitted by solarius on 16. October 2015 - 21:10.

    May need to add more water or blitz the rice a bit less. I find that congee loosens up really well with a bit of hot water.

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  • Did this turn out claggy for

    Submitted by krystleedmonds@yahoo.com.au on 11. August 2014 - 11:01.

    Did this turn out claggy for anyone else? My 12 month old spat it out as soon as it touched her tongue and she's normally not fussy. 

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  • Would recommend using chicken

    Submitted by radhikar on 2. October 2013 - 16:47.

    Would recommend using chicken thigh or darker chicken meat for the higher iron content  tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • :)

    Submitted by radhikar on 2. October 2013 - 16:47.

    tmrc_emoticons.)

    tmrc_emoticons.) tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Made this for my 7mth old as

    Submitted by DonnaG on 15. February 2013 - 12:16.

    Made this for my 7mth old as her first meat dish and she loves it!  Thanks for the recipe tmrc_emoticons.)

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