For babies, chewing is a gradual process, it is necessary not only to wait for eruption of milk teeth, but also to train chewing ability early. This has a big impact on a child's future eating habits, nutrient absorption, and dental development. For babies whose baby teeth have not yet erupted, parents should first deliberately train child's chewing movements. From age of 6 months, mother begins to give baby food other than milk, such as pasta or puree, so that baby has opportunity to practice mouth movements. Babies' teeth begin to grow around age of 6 months. From this time on, you can give your child chewable food to develop child's chewing ability and promote tooth growth. The food should be fine to thick, and particles should be fine to coarse. At 9 months, a small amount of small pieces of solid food can be added to cloudy food, and then gradually add amount of solid food as child adapts. Soft and rotten little wontons are suitable for toddlers who are new to solid foods. Before wrapping it, make sure that the baby is not allergic to these ingredients. Age in base month: 9M+
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1. Ingredients: 250 grams of longley fish, 60 grams of carrots, 88 grams of lettuce, 1 egg white, 1 stack of wonton skins. 2 onions Seasoning: salt
2. Dice dragon fish, dice carrots, chop onion and chop the lettuce.
3. Place dragonfish, carrots, green onions, lettuce and egg white together in a blender and puree. Tips: 1. Vegetables and leaves are not whipped together. One is to give baby a chance to chew, and other is to break all vegetables and leaves to make more water come out, which is not easy to pack. 2. If you are allergic to egg white, replace it with 20 grams of water.
4. Pour out watery mud and chop lettuce leaves.
5. Add it and stir. You can add some salt to taste if you are over 1 year old. The fish is very fresh, so it is not recommended to add other seasonings, as they will override natural taste of fish.
6. Cut the wonton wrapper into four pieces. This is for making small wontons. Children who can pick or pick up large wontons with a fork will find it easier to wrap large wontons directly.
7. Wipe around with water, put some filling, fold diagonally, pinch tightly, wipe lower right corner with water and pinch the bottom two corners together.
8. All is ready!
9. Boil water in a saucepan and cook for another minute after surfacing.
10. The child bites off one piece at a time. Such small wontons can be used as independent food.
11. The fish filling is very tasty, there is little that little ones do not like, and there are many dishes that can be eaten.