Little bean baby food cooker
Little Bean Mini All 4 One Food Processor
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- What's in the box
• 4 Smart Functions – Steam, Blend, Defrost, Reheat in a perfect size, just right to save space for modern family.
• Silent Operation – Low noise mixing.
• 360º Even Steaming – All-round steam inner loop guarantees steam distribution is completely even.
• High Speed Blending – Easily to achieve the right and fine texture for your little baby as well as to ensure better digestion.
• Stainless Steel Double Blades – Anti-rust and easy to clean and wash.
• Demand Mixing – One portion or more servings can be prepared conveniently.
• Tritan-made Blending Jug – Durable and super resistance to heat
• Malaysia SIRIM-approved 3-pin plug
• BPA Free
• 1-year Warranty
Little Bean : Mini All-4-One Food Processor
- Designed to prepare healthy baby food in a quick and convenient way. The processor is made of safe food grade materials such as Tritan and PP with stainless steel blade.
- One control knob does the job
- The powerful motor allows you to control the speed through blending and grinding by easily turning the knob to different directions.
- High speed blending
- When baby is small, prepare your’s baby food in a smooth texture – liquefying, chopping or pureeing.
- Low speed blending
- For bigger baby, food can be prepared in a rougher texture with small pieces. Baby will enjoy the chewing and biting.
What's in the box
1 x Little Bean Mini All 4 One Food Processor
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Little Bean baby food processor & First Food recipe book
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Baby food processor still in good working condition. Minor crack due to falling once. But it doesn’t affect the function. It has steam and blend. You can steam the ingredient then blend and feed your baby. All in one function. Comes with a baby food recipe. Suitable for new mother who has no idea how to cook for baby.
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Beans in baby food
Feature of : beans contain a large amount of protein. Introduced into the diet of a child from two years.
Beans belong to the legume family. This is a herbaceous annual plant. There are approximately 150 types of beans.
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100 g of beans contains 298 kcal
Vitamin PP - 2.1 mg
Vitamin B1 (thiamine) - 0.5 mg
Vitamin B2 (riboflavin) - 0.18 mg
Vitamin B5 (pantothenic) - 1.2mg
Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine) - 0.9 mg
Vitamin B9 (folic) - 90 mcg
Vitamin E (TE) - 0.6 mg
Vitamin PP (niacin equivalent) - 6.4 mg
Calcium - 150 mg
Magnesium - 103 mg
Sodium - 40 mg
Potassium - 1100 mg
Phosphorus - 480 mg
Chlorine - 58 mg
Sulfur - 159 mg
Iron - 5. 9 mg
Zinc - 3.21 mg
Iodine - 12.1 mcg
Copper - 580 mcg
Manganese - 1.34 mg
Selenium - 24.9mcg
Chromium - 10 mcg
Fluorine - 44 mcg
Molybdenum - 39.4 mcg
Boron - 490 mcg
Vanadium - 190 mcg
Silicon - 92 mg
Cobalt - 18.7 mcg
Aluminum - 640 mcg
Nickel - 173.2 mcg
Titanium - 150 mcg
Bean seeds are extracted from the pods, dried and used to prepare various dishes. It can be frozen, pickled and salted.
Composition and nutritional properties of beans
100 g of beans contain:
- Proteins - 21 g
- Fats - 2 g
- Carbohydrates - 47 g
- Dietary fiber - 12.4 g
- Water - 14 g
- Mono- and disaccharides - 3.2 g
- Starch - 43.8 g
- Ash - 3.6 g
- Saturated fatty acids - 0. 2 g
Read also: Recipe of the week. Beans and ham and red pepper salad
Useful properties of beans
For people with diabetes, beans are the most essential food in the diet. Thanks to arginine, beans lower their sugar content. Arginine also has an insulin-like effect on metabolism. Also, beans have a beneficial effect on the human nervous system. Beans also prevent the formation of tartar as it has antibacterial properties.
With hypertension and atherosclerosis, as well as in violation of the rhythm of cardiac activity, experts advise eating beans.
Contraindications for use
It is not recommended to abuse beans for the elderly, as well as for gastritis with high acidity of gastric juice, cholecystitis and colitis.
In the children's diet, it is better to use only young beans, otherwise the child may have gas formation. You can cook bean dishes for your baby 2-3 times a week. This is enough for the child to receive the required amount of vegetable protein, minerals and fiber. Dishes can be from canned, fresh and frozen beans.
Preparation and consistency
It is better to cook beans with vegetables, it is better absorbed this way. It is not recommended to combine with meat, beans already have enough protein. You need to cook it in a large amount of water, without a lid and with a strong boil. Salt at the end of cooking.
Bean recipes for children
Beans with carrots
- Beans - 1 cup
- Carrot - 1 pc.
- Unrefined sunflower oil - 4 tbsp. spoons
- Lemon juice - 2 tbsp. spoons
- Sugar - 1 teaspoon
- Salt - 1/3 teaspoon
Pre-soak the beans in cold boiled water for 10 hours. Then rinse it and fill it with raw water. Then you need to put it on a small fire and cook for about two hours. When the beans are ready, drain the water and chop the beans themselves.
Carrots need to be boiled or baked in their skins, then peeled and cut into slices. Then you need to mix beans and carrots, and pour dressing: slightly whipped juice, butter, salt and sugar.
Bean soup puree
- Meat broth - 300 g
- Beans - 60 g
- Potato - ¼ tuber
- Carrots - ¼ pcs.
- Onion - ¼ part
- Butter - 1 teaspoon
Beans must be pre-soaked for 2 hours and boiled until tender. In meat broth, brought to a boil, add grated carrots, potatoes, chopped onions. Cook for 15 minutes, then add the beans and cook for another ten minutes. Grind everything in a blender, add oil and bring to a boil. You can serve croutons and sour cream to the puree soup.
Red bean soup
- Red beans - 60 g
- Onion - 25 g
- Walnuts - 15 g
- Flour - 3 g
- Ghee - 10 g
- Salt, red pepper, coriander greens
You need to pour the beans with water, bring to a boil and cook over low heat until tender. Then pour the water into a glass and divide into two halves. Grind the first half and dilute with broth until a homogeneous mass is formed, add finely chopped onion. Take the remaining half of the beans, combine with flour, crushed walnuts, add the mashed beans. Add salt, red pepper, cilantro and bring to a boil. The soup is ready!
Read more recipes in the Baby food section
About when to introduce new foods into the baby's diet, about the beneficial properties of these products and how to diversify the baby's menu with new dishes, read the Encyclopedia of Baby Food
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You have probably met this beautiful small bean on store shelves: it attracts the eye with its black ebonite sheen and promises new culinary discoveries with its whole appearance. If you have not tried black beans yet, we recommend that you fill this gap and get to know them better. And to gain courage, read our article, in which we have collected the most important information regarding this product.
What you need to know about black beans?
Beans come in many different varieties: there are about a hundred varieties registered worldwide that people can eat. They differ in color, size and shape, among them there are more and less popular ones. As for black beans (in our stores you can mainly see the “preto” variety), it is less common in Russian latitudes than traditional red or white.
What is a black turtle bean?
This is one of the subspecies of the common bean. It is small in size and bright black in color. Such beans are especially popular in Latin American cuisine, although today they can be seen on sale and tasted in almost any country. Black beans are grown mainly in South America.
Black beans are sweet in taste and have a firm, meaty texture, making them a popular ingredient in vegetarian dishes such as Frijoles negros ("black beans") and the famous Mexican-American burrito. In various regions of Brazil, it is used in a national dish called feijoada, and in Cuba it is the main component of the traditional Moors and Christians treat and the iconic black bean soup.
Composition and calorie content
The nutritional value of black beans is 132 kcal per 100 g. There are about three times more carbohydrates in this product than proteins, and there are almost no fats:
carbohydrates - 23.71,
proteins - 8.86,
fats - 0.54.
Black beans are a good source of vitamin B1 and folic acid, but also contain other vitamins:
vitamin A - 6 IU (0% DV), 21%),
riboflavin (B2) - 0.059 mg (5%),
niacin (B3) - 0. 505 mg (3%),
vitamin B6 - 0.069 mg (5%),
folic acid (B9) - 149 mcg (37%),
vitamin E - 0.87 mg (6%),
vitamin K - 3.3 mcg (3%).
In addition, black beans contain many minerals:
calcium - 27 mg (3%), mg (20%),
phosphorus - 140 mg (20%),
potassium - 355 mg (8%),
sodium - 237 mg (16%),
zinc - 1.12 mg (12%) .
Black beans contain many phytonutrients (such as saponins, anthocyanins, kaempferol and quercetin) that have antioxidant properties, as well as high amounts of starch.
Health benefits of black beans
Like other legumes (peanuts, peas and lentils), black beans are valued for their high protein and fiber content. Vitamins, minerals and other nutrients (including antioxidants) included in its composition are also important.
Black beans for healthy bones
The iron, phosphorus, calcium, magnesium, manganese, copper and zinc contained in black beans contribute to the growth and strengthening of bones. Calcium and phosphorus are important for building bone structure, while iron and zinc play a critical role in maintaining the strength and elasticity of both bones and joints.
Black beans help with diabetes
Remember that beans are high in fiber, which, according to scientific studies, is good for people with type 1 diabetes: those who eat a high-fiber diet have higher glucose levels in blood becomes lower. The US FDA recommends 25 grams of fiber per day per 2,000 calories.
Black beans for lowering blood pressure
Controlling the amount of sodium intake is very important to maintain normal blood pressure levels. Black beans are low in potassium, but contain potassium, calcium, and magnesium, which have been found to naturally lower blood pressure.
Black Beans for Good Digestion
Due to their fiber content, black beans help prevent constipation and help maintain a healthy digestive tract. It also creates a good environment for the growth of beneficial bacteria in the colon.
Black Beans for Weight Loss
Dietary fiber is generally considered an important factor in weight loss and control as it acts as a "filler" in the digestive system. High-fiber foods increase satiety after meals and reduce appetite, thereby lowering overall calorie intake.
Black beans for the prevention of heart disease
The fiber, potassium, folic acid and vitamin B6 make the bean a good supporter of heart health. This product helps to reduce the total amount of cholesterol in the blood and reduce the risk of heart disease. The quercetin and saponins found in black beans also play an important role in cardio protection.
Black beans for cancer prevention
Black beans contain selenium, a mineral not found in most fruits and vegetables. It improves the functions of liver enzymes and helps to eliminate cancer-causing toxins. Selenium can prevent inflammation and reduce the rate of tumor growth. Saponins also prevent the reproduction and spread of cancer cells throughout the body, and folate (vitamin B9) plays an important role in the synthesis and repair of DNA, stops the formation of cancer cells resulting from mutations.
Among other things, many studies have shown that consumption of beans contributes to a healthy complexion and replenishes energy.
How to properly cook black beans
Beans must be properly prepared before they go into the pot. To do this, put it for several hours (most conveniently - at night) in a bowl of water. Water should be about 2-3 times more than the grains themselves. Beans will give into the water all those substances that can cause flatulence and bloating. After 8-10 hours, your bowl will have firm, fresh beans that look like they were freshly harvested.
How long to cook black beans
Any bean takes a long time to cook, so allow more time for cooking in advance - an average of 1.5 to 3 hours.
Cooking beans on the stove
Pour 1 cup of beans into a large saucepan and add 3 cups of water. Bring to a boil, then lower the heat, cover and simmer until tender, 1.5–2 hours.
Remove the foam. The remaining water should be drained.
Cooking beans in a slow cooker
You will need 1 cup of beans, 3 cups of water and 1 teaspoon of salt. Boil the beans in a slow cooker for 2–3 hours at a low temperature (“Stew” mode) or 1.5–2 hours at a high temperature (“Cooking”). The rest of the water must be drained.
It is notable that Latin Americans do not throw out the water in which the beans were boiled: this rich black broth is used as a base for soups and as a natural food coloring for various dishes.
Black bean recipes
Classic Brazilian Feijoada
Ingredients (here is the amount of food for a large family, but you can reduce the number by 2-4 times)
1 kg of dry black beans.
4 tablespoons olive oil.
500 g dry-smoked pork ribs, cut into individual ribs.
1 kg unsmoked pork ribs, cut into individual ribs.
1 large onion (cut into large pieces).
1 head of garlic (finely chopped).
500 g smoked bacon, cut into medium pieces.
500 g pork belly, cut into medium pieces.
200 g smoked pork sausage, cut into small pieces.
Salt and freshly ground black pepper.
2 tablespoons dried chili flakes (optional).
Soak black beans in 2 liters of cold water and leave overnight.
Heat half the oil in a lidded skillet (large enough to hold all the ribs at once) over medium heat. Season all the ribs with salt and freshly ground black pepper. Fry for 4-5 minutes on each side, or until browned on both sides. Add the onion and garlic and continue to sauté for another 2-3 minutes, stirring well, until the onion is soft. Add 250 ml of water and bring to a boil, then cover the pan with a lid and cook for 18-20 minutes, adding water as needed if the liquid evaporates too quickly. Pour the contents of the skillet into a large saucepan and set aside.
Wipe the pan with kitchen paper, then heat the remaining oil in it over medium heat. Fry bacon, pork belly and sausage until browned. Transfer the fried meat to the pan with the ribs. Add the soaked black beans and soaking liquid to the pot and mix well. Bring the mixture to a boil, then reduce heat and simmer, half covered, for about 2.5 hours, adding water from time to time to keep it from evaporating.
Feijoada is done when the ribs are soft and the meat is almost falling off the bone. Just before serving, season the feijoada with salt and freshly ground black pepper.
Corn and Bean Salad
3 ears fresh corn (or 2 cans canned).
1 cup boiled black beans (or 1 can canned).
2 red peppers (finely chopped).
1 avocado (finely chopped).
1/2 red onion (finely chopped).
2 st. l. extra virgin olive oil.
Juice of 2 limes (or 1 lemon).
1/2 tsp. cumin.
2 st. l. green onion (finely chopped).
Mix all ingredients thoroughly in a large bowl. Drizzle with olive oil. If desired, the dish can be decorated with herbs.
Spicy black bean soup
2 tbsp. l. extra virgin olive oil.
1 medium red onion (finely chopped).
2 garlic cloves (chopped).
1 st. l. jalapeno.
1 st. l. tomato paste.
Freshly ground black pepper.
1 tsp. chili powder.
1/2 tsp. cumin.
3 cups black beans.
1 liter chicken or vegetable stock.
1 bay leaf.
Chopped fresh cilantro.
Heat oil in a large saucepan over medium heat. Add the onion and cook until soft and translucent, about 5 minutes.