Friday, November 20, 2009

Healthy Food For Children

A child can not yet determine their own food. Snack habits anywhere enables children to eat unclean foods and contain a variety of hazardous chemicals. Both are derived from the dye, giving a sense of, or preservatives. Chicken Balls can be a choice of healthy snacks kids and nutrient dense. Good luck. Recipes/Test Kitchen/Food Stylist/Image: Budi Sutomo.

Bola-Bola Ayam


1. 400 g chicken meat, minced
2. 3 tablespoons flour
3. 150 ml of fresh liquid milk
4. ½ tbsp margarine
5. 1 egg, beaten off
6. 40 g carrots, diced small
7. Oil for frying


1. 3 cloves garlic, crushed
2. 2 spring onions, crushed
3. 1 leek, thinly sliced
4. ½ tsp pepper finely
5. ½ tsp fine salt


1. 2 eggs, beaten off
2. 60 g flour PANIR

How to Make:

1. Heat margarine and saute onion and garlic until fragrant. Pour the flour has dissolved into a liquid fresh milk. Cook, stirring constantly until boiling. Lift.

2. Pour the flour porridge into minced chicken meat. Add carrots, pepper, salt, scallions and egg, mix well.

3. Take one tablespoon of dough. Form into dots. Do it until the dough out.

4. Dip the chicken balls into the beaten eggs, roll up PANIR flour until the whole surface covered with flour.

5. Heat the oil, fried balls of chicken until cooked and brown yellow. Lift. Set in a serving dish. Serve warm.

For 30 Fruit
Tip: Chicken can be replaced by chopped shrimp, minced fish or minced beef. The presentation can be equipped with tomato sauce.


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