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* 4-5 small pieces of Chicken breast or boneless Chicken
 
* 4-5 small pieces of Chicken breast or boneless Chicken

Latest revision as of 11:01, 13 June 2019

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Title Slide Welcome to the Spoken Tutorial on Non-vegetarian recipes for 6-month-old babies.

Image: Preparation of non-vegetarian complementary foods

Image: Egg puree

Image: Fish puree

Image: Raw banana fish porridge

Image: Chicken liver puree

Image: Chicken carrot puree

In this tutorial, we will learn-
  • Importance of introducing non-vegetarian complementary foods to the babies and
  • How to prepare non-vegetarian complementary foods such as-
    • Egg puree
    • Fish puree
    • Raw banana fish porridge
    • Chicken liver puree and
    • Chicken carrot puree
Image: A 6-month-old baby

Image: Energy symbol

Image: Calendar

Image: Breastfeeding

Image: Complementary feeding

Image: Growth and development

Let us begin,
  • Always remember that, once the baby is 6 months old -
    • nutrient requirement of the baby increases remarkably.
    • she requires up to 200 calories of energy from complementary foods.
    • along with breastfeeding, complementary feeding should be started.
Image: Growth and development

Image: 4 bowls containing baby’s food

Apart from these, gradually, as the baby’s age increases -
  • the quantity and consistency of the food should be changed.
Image: A cup

Image: A spoon


Please note that, while feeding the baby:
  • The quantity of food should be measured using cups and spoons.
  • As it has been explained in another tutorial of the same series.
Image: 1 tablespoon

Image: 4 tablespoons

Image: A bowl containing baby’s food

When the baby completes 6 months -

  • initially, start with 1 tablespoon twice a day
  • then gradually go up to 4 tablespoons twice a day.
  • and only well cooked, pureed form of the food should be given.
Image: Various non-vegetarian foods

Image: A 6-month-old baby

Now we will see, how non-vegetarian foods are important for the babies?

All the non-vegetarian foods are rich in -

  • good fats,
  • protein
  • and many other micronutrients.
Image: Growth and development of the baby

Image: Brain development

  • These nutrients are essential for-
    • proper growth and development of the babies
    • and their brain development
Image: cage-free chicken

Image: eggs

Image: Meat

Image: All kinds of fish

Image: Shellfish with red cross mark

  • The recommended foods to be given to the babies are -
    • cage-free poultry
    • eggs
    • meat and
    • all kinds of fish except for shellfish which can be introduced after 1 year of age.
Image: Processed meat with the Red cross mark

Image: Free-range chicken

Image: Eggs

Image: Microwave with the red cross mark

Image: Choking baby

Remember the following things in mind, while introducing non-vegetarian foods-

  • do not give any processed meat and raw food to the baby.
  • it should be cooked thoroughly.


And most importantly, while cooking baby’s food -

  • always avoid using microwave oven
Image: a 6-month-old baby

Image: Non-vegetarian complementary foods

  • We have discussed -
    • 6-month-old baby’s requirement and
    • importance of non-vegetarian complementary foods
Image: Non-vegetarian complementary foods

Image: Egg puree

Image: Egg

Image: Ghee

Image: Butter

Now we will see, how to make these non-vegetarian complementary foods.

Let’s begin with our first recipe which is Egg puree.

To make this egg puree we will need-

  • 1 egg and
  • ½ teaspoon ghee or butter
Image: A steel pot containing egg

Image: A steel pot containing egg and egg beater

Image: A steel pot containing ghee

Image: A steel pot containing beaten egg

Image: A steel pot containing egg puree

Image: Complementary feeding

To prepare it:
  • Take the egg and beat it thoroughly in a bowl.
  • Then, heat the ghee in a steel pot.
  • Pour the beaten egg in this steel pot and start stirring on a low flame.
  • Remove it from the flame in between-
    • as continuous cooking will burn the egg puree.

GIF: While stirring the egg puree

Image: Egg puree

Image: Complementary feeding

  • Keep stirring the mixture and cook it till it thickens.
  • Turn off the flame.
  • And the egg puree is ready.
  • Let it cool for some time and feed it to the baby.
Image: Fish puree

Image: Black Pomfret

Image: Bombay duck

Image: White Pomfret

Image: Squid

The second recipe that we will see is Fish puree

For this we require-

  • 2 pieces of any locally available fish such as-
    • Black Pomfret
    • Bombay duck
    • White Pomfret and
    • Squid
Image: 2 pieces of fish

Image: A vessel containing water and fish pieces.

Image: Pressure cooker

Image: Pressure cooked pieces of fish

  • Take 2 pieces of the cleaned and washed fish in a steel pot.
  • Add water till the fish gets covered.
  • Keep this steel pot in a pressure cooker.
  • And pressure cook it until 3 to 4 whistles.
  • Let it cool for sometime
    • after which take the pieces of fish out on a plate.

Image: Choking baby

Image: fish pieces and it’s bones

Image: A mixer container containing fish pieces

Image: A mixer container containing fish puree

Image: Stone grinder

Image: Fish puree

Now, carefully remove all the bones.

  • It is utmost important that -
    • before feeding the baby, bones of these fish are removed.
    • as they can choke the baby.
  • Now in a mixer, puree the boiled fish and feed it to the baby.

Image: Raw banana fish porridge

Image: 2 tablespoons of raw banana powder

Image: 4 small pieces of Bombay duck or any local fish

The third recipe is Raw banana fish porridge

To prepare it, we need:

  • 2 tablespoons of raw banana powder
  • 4 small pieces of Bombay duck or any local fish
Image: 2 raw bananas

Image: Peeled raw bananas

Image: Sliced raw bananas

Image: Addition of water in the raw banana powder

First, we will begin with the preparation of raw banana powder:

  • Take 2 raw bananas of any variety that is locally available in your area.
  • Peel them using a peeler.
  • Now cut these bananas into thin slices.
Image: Dried slices of raw bananas

Image: A mixer container containing dried raw banana slices

Image: Raw banana powder

Image: Raw banana powder and sieve

  • Dry these slices under the shade for 1 to 2 days-
    • until they become crisp.
  • Then make a powder of these dried raw banana slices in a mixer.
  • Sieve this powder and remove the seeds.
  • The raw banana powder is ready for use.

Image: Fish puree

Image: Group image for the procedure of fish puree

Image: A vessel containing raw banana powder porridge

Image: Addition of water in raw banana powder

  • Next, to make a fish puree-
    • follow the instructions as mentioned in the previous recipe.
  • After that, take 2 tablespoons of raw banana powder in a bowl.
  • Add 3 teaspoons of water and mix it well to avoid lump formation.
  • Add more water if required.

Image: Bombay duck puree

Image: A vessel containing raw banana powder porridge

Image: Addition of fish puree in raw banana powder porridge

Image: Raw banana fish porridge

Image: Complementary feeding

  • Now cook this mixture on a low flame for 5 to 7 minutes.
  • After that, add cooked fish puree in it.
  • Keep stirring the mixture and cook for next 4-5 minutes on a low flame.
  • The Raw banana fish porridge is ready.
  • Let it cool for some time and then feed it to the baby.
Image: Chicken liver puree

Image: Chicken liver

Now we come to the fourth recipe - the Chicken liver puree.

To make this we need:

  • 1 Chicken liver
Image: A vessel containing water and raw Chicken liver. Procedure:
  • Start the preparation by taking washed Chicken liver in a steel pot.
  • Add water till it gets covered.
Image: A vessel containing water and raw chicken liver which is kept in the pressure cooker

Image: Cooked Chicken liver

Image: Stone grinder

Image: A Mixer container containing cooked chicken liver

Image: Addition of water in chicken liver puree

Image: Chicken liver puree

  • Now keep this steel pot in a pressure cooker.
  • Pressure cook it until 3 to 4 whistles.
  • After it cools down, take it out on a plate.
  • Make a puree of the boiled Chicken liver using a mixer and feed it to the baby.
Image: Chicken carrot puree

Image: Chicken

Image: Carrot

Now we will now see the fifth recipe - the Chicken carrot puree

We will need:

  • 4-5 small pieces of Chicken breast or boneless Chicken
  • And 1 Carrot
Image: A pressure cooker containing water and Chicken pieces

Image: Cooked Chicken pieces

  • Start the preparation by taking washed pieces of Chicken pieces in a steel pot.
  • Then add water till it gets covered.
  • Keep this steel pot in a pressure cooker.
  • And cook it until 3 to 4 whistles.
  • Let it cool for some time.

Image: Cooked chicken pieces

Image: Carrot pieces are kept on the steamer plate

Image: A steamer is kept on a flame.

Image: Cooked Carrot

Image: Mixer container containing Carrot and Chicken pieces.

Image: Chicken Carrot puree

  • And then take out the Chicken pieces on a plate and let it cool.
  • Next, steam the Carrot for 10 minutes and let it cool.
  • Make a puree of boiled Chicken pieces and the steamed Carrot together using a mixer.
Collage: A healthy baby, immune system, muscle, healthy baby, bone, nails, skin, DNA

Collage: Brain development, heart, eyes, logical thinking

Collage: Brain, liver, logical reasoning, DNA, spinal cord

Collage: Immune system, eyes, nails, skin

Collage: Immune system, teeth, bone


Coming to the Nutrient content of these recipes- note that,
  • All these recipes are rich in-
    • Protein
    • DHA & EPA which are Omega 3 Fatty acids
    • Choline
    • Vitamin A
    • Vitamin D

Collage: Digestive system, nervous system

Collage: Nervous system, brain

Collage: Cell repair, DNA, red blood cells, brain, spinal cord

Collage: Red blood cells, nervous system, brain development

Collage: Cell repair, immune system, growth, wound healing

Collage: Bones, muscles, immune system, digestive system, heart

Collage: Nervous system, red blood cells, brain

  • Vitamin B3
  • Vitamin B6
  • Folate
  • Vitamin B12
  • Zinc
  • Magnesium
  • Iron

Collage: Teeth, bones, red blood cells

Collage: Bones, heart

Collage: Cell repair, thyroid gland, immune system

  • Phosphorus
  • Copper and
  • Selenium

These nutrients are easily available in non-vegetarian food sources.

  • Therefore they help in-
    • growth
    • development
    • and strengthening the immunity of the baby.
Acknowledgement slide This brings us to the end of this tutorial on non-vegetarian recipes for 6-month-old babies.

Thanks for joining.

Contributors and Content Editors

Bellatony911, Rajani st