Berry Quick Porridge | Purple Sweet Potato, Butternut Squash & Whitebait
Short Grain Rice (Thailand), Riceberry (Thailand), Purple Sweet Potato (Korea), Butternut Squash (Australia), SG Homemade Whitebait Powder, Japanese Leeks (Japan)
- 1 pack gives 2-3 toddler servings
(equivalent to 3 Chinese rice bowls of porridge)
- If hot water is used instead of boiling water, a minimum of 30 minutes cooking time is required
- Porridge can also be cooked over the stove and is ready to eat when it has been brought to boil
- For younger babies, mash to suitable texture
1. Add 1 part porridge to 4 parts boiling water
(1 tablespoon porridge to 75ml boiling water)
2. Swirl flask and leave covered for 15 minutes
3. Add SG Homemade food powders if desired
How long can the powders be stored?
Generally, the powders can be stored for up to 12 months under normal room temperature. However, in Singapore, kitchens tend to be small and humid, especially in new houses, hence while you're cooking there may be a sudden surge in temperature. The more prudent guideline would be to keep them for not more than 6 months.
Should I store them in the fridge?
To be on the safe side, we recommend that you store them in the fridge. Should you need to bring the powders out with you, portion out the amount you require and refrain from bringing the whole bottle in and out of the fridge as water droplets from condensation may affect the freshness of your powders.