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      Pea purée

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      Suitable from around 6 months

      Cooking time: 2 minutes

      Ingredients

      • 50g frozen peas
      • 45ml of your baby’s usual milk

      Method

      1. Steam the peas for 2 minutes until soft. Alternatively, microwave the peas with a small amount of water in a covered container on full power for 2 minutes (750 watts) or 1 1/2 minutes (850 watts).
      2. Strain the peas and add 2-3 tablespoons of milk or water.
      3. Blend with a food processor or hand blender until completely smooth, adding more liquid if necessary.

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