15 minutes 7 to 8 months 20 minutes
Put the rice in the Babycook Rice cooker accessory with 50 ml of water Pour water into the tank (level 3) and start cooking. Otherwise, cook the rice in the usual way. Boil water in a pan, take 4 or 5 large tomatoes, score them at the base of each tomato (opposite side of the stem). Immerse the tomatoes in boiling water for about 30 seconds then drain and immerse them in cold water. Remove the skin. Cut the tomatoes in two and remove the seeds. Place the tomatoes in the steam basket. Pour water into the tank (level 3) and start cooking. After cooking remove the juice and set aside in a small container. Put all the cooked ingredients in the mixer bowl with the tuna, drained previously. Mix by adding some of the cooking liquid until the desired consistency.

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In this season, it is worth using fresh tomatoes rather than tinned. Do not be fooled by the large quantity of tomatoes as after peeling and removing the seeds, only a little flesh is left...
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curieux de nutrition
Albacore tuna is of better nutritional quality than yellowfin tuna. It's also a bit more expensive but the fact that only a small amount is given to baby justifies the use of a good quality tuna. Choose tuna in oil rather than in water, because in oil the omega 3 in tuna remains in the flesh and is not diluted into the brine (water and the natural tuna salt) which is discarded. That would be the same as throwing away the good elements in the tuna. To avoid putting too much oil in this preparation, drain the tuna well and don’t add any oil at the end of the recipe. In this way, baby will benefit from the good omega 3 in the tuna and a little, good quality olive oil, meeting his body’s needs.
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