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  • 2 potatoes (400g)
  • 1 carrot (150g)
  • 2 zucchinis (360g) grated
  • 125g can corn kernels, drained
  • 1 onion, chopped
  • 1/2 cup (75g) gluten free self-raising flour
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 1/4 cup chopped continental parsley
  • 3 eggs, separated
  • 2 tbsp Nuttelex butter
  1. Peel potatoes and carrot. Grate into a bowl. Add zucchinicornonionfloursaltparsley and egg yolks into a bowl. Stir to combine.
  2. Place egg whites into a bowl and beat until stiff peaks form. Fold through vegetable mixture.
  3. Heat a large pan over medium heat. Add a little oil. Add 1/3 cup of the mixture and cook for 5 minutes. Cook 4 at a time. Turn and cook for a further 5-8 minutes. Repeat.
  1. Begin by placing the potatoes, zucchini, and carrots in the Thermomix at Speed 6 for 4 seconds. To achieve finer pieces, extend the mixing by another 2 seconds at the same speed.
  2. Into the Thermomix bowl, pour the eggs, self-raising flour, a dash of salt and pepper, onion flakes, and approximately 125g of water.
    • Note: Adjust the water amount based on the vegetable size and moisture level.
  3. Set the Thermomix to REVERSE, Speed 4, and blend for 15 seconds.
  4. After scraping the bowl’s sides, if you find the mixture a tad dry, integrate an extra 75 grams of water and include the peas. Blend once more for 15 seconds on REVERSE, Speed 4 or until thoroughly mixed.
  5. On medium to high settings, heat some olive oil (about a tablespoon) in a sizable frying pan. Using a ¼ cup measure, spoon out the batter and dispense it into the pan.
  6. Gently mould the mixture into a circular shape with a thickness ranging between ½ to 1 cm using the back of your spoon. Depending on your pan’s size, it should accommodate roughly six fritters.
  7. Fry each fritter for about 2-3 minutes on both sides until they assume a crispy golden hue. As they finish cooking, shift the fritters onto a dish and continue with the rest of the batch.

Introduction to Baby-Friendly Vegetable Fritters

When it comes to introducing solids to your little ones, vegetable fritters can be a top pick. They’re soft, delicious, and packed with the goodness of fresh veggies, making them an infant-approved choice for many Aussie parents.

Why Choose Vegetable Fritters for Babies?

Starting solids is a big step in a baby’s life, and you want to ensure what they eat is nutritious. Vegetable fritters, made from fresh Australian produce, offer a myriad of essential nutrients. Moreover, for intolerant babies, you can always adapt the recipe, ensuring your bub gets all the flavour without the fuss.

The Perfect Recipe for Little Tummies

Single Sentence Recipe Description:
“Combine grated veggies, a baby-safe binding agent, and seasonings, then pan-fry with minimal oil for a gentle, delectable treat for your little one.”

For a comprehensive breakdown, consider visiting an expert baby food Australian site. Always keep in mind the unique needs of intolerant babies when sourcing ingredients.

Adjusting for Intolerant Babies

Intolerant babies require special care, especially when introducing new foods. Thankfully, fritters are versatile. Swap regular flour for gluten-free varieties or choose allergy-friendly alternatives. With a few tweaks, these fritters can become a staple for intolerant babies.

Tips for Serving

Always ensure the fritters are cool enough for the baby’s mouth. For intolerant babies, monitor any new introduction closely and consult a paediatrician or dietitian if uncertain about any ingredient.

Wrap Up

Vegetable fritters are more than just a tasty snack; they’re a doorway to introducing a variety of vegetables to your bub in a delightful manner. Especially for intolerant babies, having such adaptable recipes can be a boon.