Curry Edamame—An Indian Dish With An Asian Twist

Posted on August 13, 2014 by Kelly Hoff | 2 Comments


Author: Catherine from Weelicious 

When to introduce: 8-10 months (check with your pediatrician)

Stars: Edamame is a wonderful source of protein, iron and calcium. Apricots are high in Beta Carotene (Vitamin A), Vitamin C and Lycopene.

1 cup frozen edamame
3 tablespoons whole milk yogurt, formula or breast milk
1/2 teaspoon curry powder (yes, you may offer your older infant a dash of curry powder in her foods. You do need to watch for any reactions as some components of curry or even chili powder may give baby a rash)
2 tablespoons apricot puree*
1 tablespoon water


1. Heat water over a steamer pot with the edamame and heat beans for 3-4 minutes.
2. Put all ingredients in a food processor and blend until pureed.
3. Cool and fill pouches

*To make puree, put a bag of dried, unsulphored apricots in a bowl and cover with hot water. Let stand 10-15 minutes. Puree in a food processor.

Servings: Fills 1 Pouch

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Posted in 8-10 Months, Apricot, Beta-carotene, Calcium, Edamame, Gluten Free, Iron, Lycopene, Protein, Real Food, Real Food Pouch Recipes, Vitamin A, Vitamin C

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