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Korean food for toddlers

I wanted to know what is a good dish to give to a one year old? Most Korean food either spicy or have seafood in it. 

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We usually give toddlers rice & vegetable porridge of which Korean name is 죽.

I don't know exactly what the American title, but it seems to me that it is a 'risotto' 

It is very healthy for babies and they usually like to eat it.

Actually I haven't fed them, but I saw a lot giving it to my niece :D

 

 

 

 



 

You can never go wrong with rice (Black rice, Jasmine rice). For meat, you can chopped up chicken bulgogi. Also bibimbap should be good without sauce. There are several soups, but I doubt the baby will sit long enought for those, my nieces and nephews don't. You can try jjajangmyeon (korean noodles in black bean sauce) my personal fav. It's slightly sweet, as long as you don't mind the color you will be okay. Lastly you can try Yaki Mandoo dumplings, these will most likey be a hit with the baby because he/she can easily pick it up to eat. Hope this helps :) yum yum.

 

You can never go wrong with rice (Black rice, Jasmine rice). For meat, you can chop up chicken bulgogi. Also bibimbap should be good without the sauce. There are several soups, but I doubt the baby will sit long enought for those, my nieces and nephews don't. You can try jjajangmyeon (korean noodles in black bean sauce) my personal fav. It's slightly sweet, as long as you don't mind the color you will be okay. Lastly you can try Yaki Mandoo dumplings, these will most likey be a hit with the baby because he/she can easily pick it up to eat. Hope this helps :) yum yum.

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