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A-maize-ing Fish Fingers recipe

A-maize-ing Fish Fingers recipe

A veggietastic take on family favourite - fish fingers! Packed full of veg, including our very own Sweetcorn First Tastes!

Makes
26
Prep
10 min
Cook
30 min
Little veg lover
From 10 months
Soya free Soya free
Nut free Nut free
Dairy free Dairy free

Ingredients

Method

  • 1x Ella's Kitchen Sweetcorn First Tastes pouch
  • 400g floury potatoes
  • 1x small white onion (50g)
  • 1x fillet of Haddock or white fish (150g) - don't forget to check for bones!
  • 50g peas
  • Breadcrumbs
  • 1x egg

Ingredients

Method

  1. Peel + dice potatoes into small cubes. Boil until soft (approximately 12 minutes)
  2. Place diced onion over a medium heat + cook until translucent- add diced fish + cook until soft + flaky.
  3. Once potato is cooked, drain water + run potato under cold water until cooled.
  4. Squeeze the Sweetcorn pouch into the potato + mash until smooth.
  5. Add peas, the cooked onion and fish. Stir through the mash
  6. Spoon out mash onto a baking tray- approximately 25g each- mould into cylindrical shapes.
  7. Carefully roll in egg then coat in breadcrumbs. Repeat this step to get a good coating.
  8. Heat vegetable oil in a pan- over a medium heat, cook fish fingers for 10-12 minutes, turning to get an even browning.

Fun for little ones

Let your little one practice their pincer grip picking up leftover peas!

Swap this for that

Why not try swapping Sweetcorn for any of our Love Veg veggie puree pouches! Also, If you swap the white fish for salmon, you can introduce some healthy omega 3 fats

Yummy for younger babies

Mash down for a tummies from 7 months

Handy tip

For a taste twist, add a little smoked paprika, onion powder or herbs to the breadcrumb. Make sure the mash is cool before you form the fingers.

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