• Prep Time 20 minutes
  • Cook Time 20 minutes
  • Serving For 5 people
  • Difficulty Easy

Recipe Description

After some time of eating same type ingredients, bubs finally graduated to consuming porridge – and the first ingredient mommy chooses is definitely the popular orange-pink salmon fish! Much research would tell every Asian parent salmon possesses high quantities of omega-3 fatty acid that is key for brain development and eyesight. Salmon also contains Vitamin A D, Calcium and is a good source of protein.

There was another motivation – salmon fish have a distinct taste and I wanted to get bubs accustomed to the taste early on.

Do get your salmon from reputable sources so the fish is kept fresh. For this recipe, I used a 200gm fillet and was able to make 1 ice tray of cubes, suitable for about a week.

For rice, I chose a bario rice and quinoa mix.

Recipe Ingredient

  • 200gm Salmon fillet, boneless
  • 1 cup bario rice with quinoa mix
  • 2 cups water, for boiling rice


  1. Clean the salmon and steam it for 10 minutes till cooked but tender.
  2. At the same time, boil the 1 cup of rice with sufficient water using the 'porridge' mode.
  3. When the fish is ready, remove the skin and mash the flesh into small flakes.
  4. Combine fish and porridge together.
  5. Note: For babies younger than 8 months or if you feel your bubs is not ready for rougher textures, blend the porridge and rice mixtures.
  6. Finally, enjoy feeding bubs! And don't forget to video the expression for memory keepsakes.

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