When my babies first started solids I would generally puree whatever it was that we my husband and I were having for dinner. They loved it and it opened them up to a large variety of foods early on. The whole idea with C Si Bon is, "as you would do, but don't have time to do". We all need a helping hand from time to time. When you've got a small family on the go it's even more important to keep yourself and them healthy and happy. I know that by Friday night, I want to get out of the kitchen and spend time relaxing. So keep these gorgeous baby foods in stock for just those occasions.
For this C Si Bon Poached Chicken and Veggies I poached chicken thighs until cooked and steamed zucchini, carrots, potatoes and broccoli before pureeing using the broth from the chicken and carrots. Winner, winner chicken dinner!
All you need to do is place pouch into boiling water for about 6 minutes to heat through from frozen. Be sure to test the baby food before serving to your infant. This is a puree so ideally suited to a baby who is just starting on solids. Alternatively you can add rice, couscous or quinoa once baby is hungrier and beginning to teeth.
NO ARTIFICIAL COLOURS, FLAVOURS OR PRESERVATIVES, NO SODIUM • GLUTEN FREE
Net Weight 150 gms
Place pouch into a pot of boiling water and re-heat from frozen for about 6 minutes. Unscrew lid and pour into bowl.
Let the baby food defrost thoroughly and then heat pouch in pot of boiling water until warm.
Chicken, Zucchini, Carrots, Potatoes, Broccoli, Chicken Broth, Carrot Broth
Servings per pack : 150 gms - 1 serve
Storage Instructions : Store in your freezer until ready to re-heat.
Made in Australia
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