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Fish is absolutely one of the most recommended intakes for growing up children. In addition, this post shares an easy way to prepare, using slow cooker without needing you to stand by the stove all the time. You may need an occasion check but a promise, there is no spillage, and no effort is needed to clean up the harden or sticked rice when it bursts out as it boils. You can completely forget about stove top cooking, yet get your family a wholesome fish porridge on dining table.

For some kids, they may refuse fish congee or fish porridge due to its strong fish smell. To overcast this resistance, ginger is the remedy. Cut a few slices of ginger, toss them into your pot with your fresh fish fillet when you cook the fish porridge. Green onion may also help. Before serving, you may sprinkle some on top while it is beautifully blended into the warm porridge, at the same time producing an aromatic, inviting meal (at least to me personally haha!).
FishPorridge

Ingredients:
1/2 cup organic brown rice
4 cup water (1:1 = hot  : room temperature)
200 g fish fillet - sliced & marinated with a little sea salt (I used Asian seabass/Siakap)
1/4 cup sweet potato - diced
1/4 cup carrot - diced
1-2 stalks of spinach - chopped
3-4 slices of ginger
Salt & Pepper to taste
1/4 cup green onion - for garnishing

How to prepare fish porridge?
Step 1: Rince rice & place into slow cooker. Pour water and turn to high heat. Allow it to cook for 1 hour or until the rice grains are soft. Add some water if the porridge is too sticky.
Step 2: Add sweet potato, carrot & spinach. Continue cooking with medium-high heat. Always stir to mix well and prevent the porridge to clump or sticking to wall of the pot.
Step 3: Half an hour later, add fish & ginger. Allow it to cook for another half an hour or until fish is completely cooked at medium heat. Sprinkle salt & pepper to taste.
Step 4: Turn off the power.
Step 5: Serve warm, sprinkle  & garnish with green onion if you wish.


 

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