Salmon Mousse with Dill and Creamed Cucumber
200 grams salmon fillet (boneless)
2 teaspoons lemon juice
2 tablespoons homemade yogurt
1/2 tablespoon cream
pinch fine sea salt
1/3 cucumber, peeled and rough chopped
1/2 avocado, pitted, peeled and rough chopped
1 teaspoon fresh dill, minced
1 teaspoon fresh lemon juice
fine sea salt
1 sliced cucumber for serving
Dill for garnish
Step 1: Poach salmon for a few minutes until cooked through or cook in a little butter over medium heat until just cooked through, taking care not to brown the fish. Cool.
Step 2: Puree ingredients for salmon mousse until smooth. Cover and chill overnight.
Step 3: Puree ingredients for creamed cucumber.
Step 4: Serve mousse piped onto cucumber rounds garnish with dill and cucumber cream. Alternatively fill Little Mashies pouches with layers of the mousse and cream.
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Talisha and Ariella (Team Little Mashies)
Adding fish to your baby's food is very important, because it is a great source of protein and most importantly the Omega-3 fatty acids are extremely important for good brain, nerve and eye development. One of the very first fish you can give to your little one is salmon. It is very mild and your babies meal won't taste or smell fishy. You can mix salmon with various vegetables and make a very nutritious meal. When buying fresh fish always tell your fish monger that it is for a baby and to remove the bones. Usually the tail part of the fish has no bones but always mention it just in case.
I have many amazing recipes that contain salmon - you can get all my recipes now in a printable format by going to http://littlemashies.com/free I found I was spending so much time replying to emails with printable recipes that I was spending too much time away from my daughter so now I've just set it up so you put your email address in and they will all get sent to you automatically (even the ones I haven't published on here). If you are after older kids healthy snacks or smoothies you can check out my ebooks that are for sale, but for baby food recipes > you get them all for free, and don't worry I'll never share your details :) xox Talisha