5 minutes 4 to 6 months 20 minutes
Gently rinse the nectarines in water. Peel them to remove only the skin and the minimum of flesh. This is easy if the nectarine is ripe. Remove and discard the stone. Cut the flesh into 1cm cubes. Place the pieces in the steam basket. Pour water into the tank (level 3) and start cooking. Remove the cooking water and set aside in a small container. Place the pieces of nectarine in the blender jar. Mix by adding some of the cooking juice until the desired consistency.
Pour les
curieux de nutrition
The nectarine is a peach minus the ‘fur’. The name "nectarine" means "sweet as nectar." Choose it ripe, so that its flesh is soft to the touch. Because of their fragility when mature, they are sold quite firm. In this case, allow them to ripen in a paper bag at room temperature. The nectarine is a fruit which like the peach contains soluble fibers which contribute to good intestinal transit. These fibers form a gel in the intestine and contribute to the progression of the contents of the intestinal tract without damaging the mucosa. Finally, the nectarine is rich in antioxidants, located just under its skin. Ideally, when baby is more than a year old, he can eat it the nectarine raw, ripe and with its skin.
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