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//in 12-18 months, 18 months+, Homemade Baby Food Recipes | BÉABA USA chicken, corn, red bell pepper Main, Main Dish Poultry, Veggies 0 stars /by Julianna Klepacki

While this recipe only features three ingredients, rice or another grain can easily be added to make a more filling purée for baby.

  • Course Main, Main Dish
  • Cuisine Poultry, Veggies

While this recipe only features three ingredients, rice or another grain can easily be added to make a more filling purée for baby.



  1. Put the chicken, corn and pepper in the steamer basket.
  2. Pour water into the tank (level 3).
  3. Start the cooking process.
  4. When the chicken, corn and pumpkin are cooked, put them in the blending bowl, reserving the cooking liquid.
  5. Add some of the cooking liquid to bring the purée to the desired consistency and blend.

Recipe Notes

As always, please check with your pediatrician before introducing new foods to your baby.

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    Chicken and Sweetcorn Puree - Annabel Karmel Recipe by kmaree92. A Thermomix ® recipe in the category Baby food on, the Thermomix ® Community.

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    Chicken and Sweetcorn Puree - Annabel Karmel Recipe

    • 25 grams parmesan, chopped 2-3 cm pieces (optional)
    • 100 grams onion, cut in quarters
    • 100 grams carrot, chopped roughly
    • 1 tbsp oil
    • 150 grams Milk
    • 150 grams water
    • 100 grams sweet corn kernels, frozen
    • 50 grams Sweet Potatoes, chopped roughly
    • 100 grams chicken breast, chopped 2-3 cm pieces

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    Recipe's preparation

      Chicken and Sweetcorn Puree; 6-9 months

    1. 1. Add parmesan to bowl. Speed 9, 10 seconds, MC on. Set aside.
      2. Add onion and carrot. Chop speed 5, 3 seconds, MC on. Scrape down the sides.
      3. Add oil. Saute, 3 mins, speed 1, MC on.
      4. Add milk, water and corn to mixing bowl.
      5. Place simmering basket in bowl and weigh in sweet potatoe. Place lid on bowl and without MC, place varoma dish on top of bowl. Weigh in chicken. Bring to the boil; 10 minutes, varoma, stir speed.
      7. Check chicken and stir/rotate. Continue for a further 10minutes, varoma, stir speed.
      9. Add cooked chicken and potatoe to mixing bowl.
      10. With MC on, blend contents. Speed 5, gradually increasing to speed 9, 30 seconds.
      11. Stir parmesan cheese through (optional).


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    - for smoother puree, blend for full time and speed indicated. For a chunkier puree, blend for less time on lower speed.

    - Freezer friendly; once you've made the batch, pour into portioned amounts for future meals. I use the Wein Meister silicone pods for this and it slides out very easily.


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    Please observe the safety instructions in the Thermomix ® instruction manual at all times.

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