Long a popular vegetable in Britain, until recently the poor French have been deprived of the pleasures of the little-known parsnip. Its sweet taste, associated with the mild flavour of spinach and the more pronounced flavour of salmon, are now making it a favourite choice for babies both sides of the Channel.
Because our parsnip and spinach have been enjoying an intimate partnership ever since we first handed them to the Good Goût Chef on a plate. That's doubtless why we're so fond of this recipe.
Because in this little dish, there are only organic produce, even our splash of organic lemon juice. And if we’re proud of that fact, it’s in order to guarantee your child wholesome products that are environmentally-friendly: none of our ingredients have been mistreated with GMOs, pesticides, or chemical fertilizers during their rearing or cultivation.
Because in accordance with current EU legislation , our flexible sachet is free from bisphenol A and phthalates. And above all because it requires much shorter sterilization of the ingredients than conventional baby-food in jars – and that in turn means the flavours are preserved better !
Tips for preparation:
To enjoy at its best, we recommend re-heating the sachet for 1 minute in a pan of boiling water. For those in a hurry, empty the contents of the sachet out onto a plate or open it and place it directly into the microwave. Heat for 30 seconds @ 750 W (time should be adjusted according to the power of your oven). Stir and check temperature. It’s ready!
Before opening, store at room temperature and once opened for up to 24 hours in the refrigerator.
This sachet has been chosen to preserve all the flavour of our recipes. It is free from bisphenol A and phthalates, in accordance with current EU legislation.