CHINESE EGG-FRIED RICE
SUITABLE FROM 10 MONTHS
3-4 SERVINGS / PREPARE 10 MINS / COOK 30 MINS
100 gr Brown basmati rice
2 tbsp Rapeseed oil
2 Organic eggs, lightly beaten
½ of each Red pepper and green pepper
6 tbsp Frozen peas
1 Spring onion
4 Baby corn
2 tbsp Reduce salt soy sauce/tamari (gluten, wheat free)
Pour water to level 3 into the water reservoir of your Béaba Babycook. Wash the rice thoroughly, put in the rice attachment and add with water till the rice container is ¾ full. Press the steam button. Depending on the type of rice you use, you might need to repeat the steam cycle. Rinse in cold water and reserve.
While the rice is steaming, heat the oil in a small frying pan. Add the lightly beaten eggs and cook until set. Remove to a chopping board and cut into strips.
Chop the onion finely in your Béaba Babycook. Remove from the chopping jar and reserve.
Chop the spring onions in your Béaba Babycook and reserve.
Chop the carrots, peppers, baby corn in your Béaba Babycook, until you obtain the appropriate size for your child’s age.
Defrost your peas in the steamer in your Béaba Babycook with level 3 water in the reservoir.
Heat the reaming oil in the frying pan where you cooked the eggs and sauté the onion, carrots, peppers and baby corn until soft. Add the peas and cook for one more minute.
Add the rice and continue cooking, stirring for 2-3 min.
Then add the cooked egg and spring onion and cook for a further 1-2 min.
Remove from the heat, add the soy sauce, mix gently and serve.
Eggs are rich in protein to help us grow and heal. Additionally, eggs contain vitamin A that supports vision and healthy skin as well as riboflavin that promotes normal growth and vitamin B12 that supports red blood cell health.
Onions contain FIBRE to help intestinal transit and prebiotics which feed the beneficial bacterial in your gut.
Rice is a good source of protein and is gluten free. Brown rice contains higher levels of B vitamins that help produce energy from food and fibre to keep our intestinal movements regular and feed the good bacteria in the gut.
Soya sauce contains gluten but Tamari is gluten-free. Both are fermented products to they contain good bacteria for our gut (probiotics). As it is high in salt, consume in moderation
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