Thursday, January 3, 2013

Baby Food- Fish and Vegetable Porridge

I did a simple statistics on my blog posts. 
My effort on this blog reduced from 120 posts in 2010 to 78 posts in 2011. Then the post dropped tremendously from 78 posts to merely 33 posts in 2012. 
Assume my blogging effort is 100% in year 2010, I sacrificed 35% of my blogging effort on my daughter in year 2011. Again in 2012, additional 37.5% of my blogging effort is delegated to my son. So now at the beginning of 2013, my blogging momentum left only 27.5% compared to 2010. 
In return, I have less readers visiting my blog, I have very less comments in my latest posts. 
Okay, feel free to correct me if my statistic study is wrong. :P 

New year new resolutions. Ahem, my 2013 new year goal is nothing new, but to continue cooking healthy and delicious food for the family of 4. Each meal need to be as simple as possible, and as delicious as possible. Happy New Year 2013 to all my readers! 

To achieve my new resolutions, my first 2013 post is started with this Fish and Vegetable Porridge. It’s so nutritious, right?

Baby Food: Fish and Vegetable Porridge 
Serves 2 

fish fillet, skinned
4 tbsp of rice, rinsed
carrot, cut into thin strips
choy sum, chopped
hot boiling water

Seasonings (optional): 
half tsp of fried garlic oil

1. Add rice and hot water to a small slow cooker. Cook it for 2 hours.
2. Add fish fillet. Once the fish is cooked, dish it out.
3. Add vegetables and cook for 15 minutes.
4. Mash the fish fillet in a bowl. Pour the porridge over the mashed fish fillet. Mix it up with fried garlic oil.
5. Leave it cool for a while and serve warm.


tigerfish said...

But I still like to visit your blog for healthy, nutritious homey food! :)

No Worries Mate said...

You're still in my reading list, I always come back to get inspiration! Keep up the good work in 2013! :D

deedee said...

hi, i chanced upon your blog when searching for sweet potato leaves recipe... i like your blog, especially now that you are posting baby food! :D can i add your link to my blog? thanks!

Priya Suresh said...

Wat an excellent and nutritious food.

Little Inbox said...

Tigerfish, thank you for your support.

No Worries Mate, thank you for follow my blog. Nice to know you.

deedee, sure!

Priya, thanks for coming back. I'm sorry for not visiting your blog for quite some time. Waiting for me~~

noobcook said...

It's a treat whenever you post a recipe :) This porridge appeal to big baby too (me haha). Happy New Year!

daphne said...

I am still a regular reader!!! The sacrifices a mother makes but I think it is important for us women to have other hobbies too. I really do enjoy your home cook recipes- It reminds me of home and that I can do the same.

Anonymous said...

Your style is very unique compared to other people I've read stuff from. Many thanks for posting when you've got the opportunity, Guess I'll just bookmark this blog.
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Anonymous said...

I like your blog , I myself have a 13 month old toddler, I will definitely try this.
Is simple and nice. I m also looking forward for more of your Chinese new year recipe.

New Kid on the Blog said...

hahahhahahaa... you're just a typical engineer that gives all this statistic facts!

yes, all the calculations are correct. :)

yet, I still love reading your blog! :)

kitchen flavours said...

A lovely bowl of nutritious porridge!
Don't worry about not visiting, having young babies and toddlers is a really full time job! I have been there!
Hope you have a great weekend!

resep masakan said...

how long does it take to serve the recipe?


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