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Recipe: Vegetable & Coconut Korma

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    Recipe: Vegetable & Coconut Korma

    From 7months

    Small Onion
    Tomato puree
    Olive Oil
    Medium sized carrot
    Small Potato
    Butter Beans
    Tumeric Powder
    Coriander Powder
    Desiccated coconut


    1. Peel and chop 1 small onion and fry with a dessert spoon full of tomato puree, in a teaspoon of olive oil.

    2. Peel and chop one medium sized carrot and one small potato.

    3. Add to the frying pan with the onion and tomato and add 1 tablespoon of ready cooked butter beans.

    4. Add a pinch of ginger, cumin, tumeric and coriander, with 2 teaspoons of desiccated coconut.

    5. Add 4 tablespoons of water, bring to the boil and simmer for 20 minutes.

    6. Puree roughly or mash – texture should be slightly lumpy.

    7. Add extra water if necessary.

    Source: Baby Organix

    Last edited by rani; 03-05-2003 at 10:39 PM.
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    Rani, this recipe is wicked! Shall try for my 7 month old and make an adult version for myself and the hubby! (I'm Sri Lankan, husband's Irish; curry is always a fun compromise) Thanks for sharing!

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