Start your little one on a lifelong love for seafood now. Make him this yummy cod fish and corn dish with Nestle Cerelac Rice Cereal. The recipe is quick and easy to prepare, and so tasty you may want to eat it yourself too!
4 tablespoons-20g of Nestlé Rice Cereal without milk - Stage 1
200ml warm breast milk/ follow-up formula
¼ palm size-45g cod fish fillet
2 tablespoons-30g corn kernels
1 tablespoon warm water
Step by step
1. Steam fish for 7 to10 mins until soft, mash it with a fork and set aside
2. Mix Nestlé cereal with warm milk to a smooth consistency
3. Place corn kernels and water in a small blender and blend until smooth
4. Stir fish and corn into cereal and mix well
5. Serve immediately
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