This is a very tasty and nutritious way of upping your bub’s iron intake from 6 months onwards. For richer flavours, roast the carrots until lovely and caramelised.


Ingredients (makes 4 Serves of purée)

  • 1 Medium potato
  • 1 Medium Carrot
  • 1 Small apple
  • 1 Lamb cutlet

Method

  1. Roughly chop all vegetables and put in a small pot.
  2. In line with the bone, cut half of the lamb from the raw cutlet & add to pot.
  3. Cover with water and simmer until water reduces by approximately half & blitz. Cook off the remaining cutlet in a pan with minimal olive oil until very well cooked.

Notes... Well cooked meat should be added to your bub's diet at the recommendation, and under the supervision, of a Health Nurse.

  • I have a friend who puréed roasts for her daughter. I just served my kids the same food we were eating and let them feed themselves.

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  • Lamb cutlets are a bit expensive though a great finger food full o of iron and good stuff

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  • lamb cutlets are a great option for kids

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  • Thank you for sharing, the puree will be good for an older person on a soft diet. Not sure how a 6 month old eats the chop though.

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  • I love this puree and lamb cutlet dish its very enthusiastic…

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  • My son is 10 and still won’t eat a cutlet.. hope I can get the younger ones to try them. Love the dipping idea.

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  • Not sure too many 6 month olds could cope with a lamb cutlet :/ I like the idea of dipping the cutlet in the purée tho

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  • my son could not have coped at a young age with well cooked meat… Puree ok

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  • What a clever trick! wouldnt of thought of doing that! thanks for sharing!

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  • One of my nephew’s favourite recipe! Thanks.

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  • Nothing nears a good Sunday roast!thanks for sharing.

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  • A wonderful recipe; thanks!.

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  • lamb i lve it roast lamb

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  • Great combination of puree and chop to chew on

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  • My toddler loves this recipe

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