5 minutes 7 to 8 months 20 minutes
Wash the green beans thoroughly in vinegar water without soaking them. Trim the ends off by hand* and cut into 3 to 4cm pieces. Peel the potato, wash and cut it into 1cm cubes. Put all ingredients in the steam basket. Pour water into the tank (level 3) and start cooking. After cooking, remove the vegetable juice and set aside in a small glass. Put the cooked ingredients in the blender bowl with the ham and the butter. Mix by adding some of the cooking liquid until the desired consistency.

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* Trimming the beans by hand removes the entire length of the ‘string’. Trimmed with a knife, it would be cut. Green beans can be replaced by fresh frozen green beans. Tinned beans however are too salty for baby because they are in brine which is a salty liquid. Even after rinsing, they are less interesting to eat than frozen or fresh beans.
Pour les
curieux de nutrition
Ham is a particularly lean meat which is well suited to baby. Ham is often confused with sausages, yet ham has 3% fat whereas cooked meats contain over than ten times more.
En remplacement
pour les intolérants
For children who do not eat pork, it can be replaced by a lean meat such as chicken breast which will have roughly the same consistency when mixed. For those who are lactose intolerant, although butter contains very little, it can be replaced by vegetable oil. In this case, it is good to use different oils depending on the culinary preparations (rapeseed oil for omega 3, sunflower oil for omega 6 and olive oil for monounsaturated fatty acids). In this way, daily contributions are complete.
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