Mixed grain rice.
seaweed in a sandwich
Little lion baby meal – baby’s supplementary food practice
Stuffed cucumber with shrimp: 10g of spinach, half a cucumber, 3 shrimp.
Small lion rice ball: 30g of steamed pumpkin, 60g of mixed grain rice, some seaweed, 1 egg.
Peel the shrimp, pick the shrimp threads, and use a knife to mince the shrimp into a fine paste.
Blanch the spinach in boiling water to remove the oxalic acid from the spinach, remove it from the water and let it cool, then chop it finely.
Place the mashed shrimp in a large bowl and add the spinach.
Use a chopstick to mix the shrimp mixture well.
Peel the cucumber, cut it into small pieces, and hollow out the flesh with a chopstick.
Stuff the spinach and shrimp mixture into the cucumber.
Place in a steamer and steam for 15 minutes or until completely cooked.
Beat the eggs in a bowl and stir with chopsticks.
Brush the pan with a little hot frying oil, pour the egg mixture into the pan, turn the heat on low and spread it into a thin omelet.
When the omelette is cooked through, it is ready to be served!
Finely shred the egg rind.
Add the squash to the stewed mixed rice and mix well.
Lay out the shredded eggs liberally and place the pumpkin rice mix in the middle, finishing up the face of the little lion.
Use the supplement to fry the sandwich of seaweed out of the lion’s eyes
The plate is done, the cute little lion is ready!
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