Blw chicken. Need answer fairly quickly please :)

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  1. anna_t

    anna_t Well-Known Member

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    Im having chicken wraps and salad for my dinner tonight and im planning on giving Alex whatever salad we are having but was thinking of giving chicken as well. But how do I cut the chicken for him? Its just plain chicken fillet i will grill in our grilling machine and add some spice to it.
     
  2. freckleonear

    freckleonear Crunchy mummy

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    Cut it into strips (preferably along the fibres so it doesn't crumble too much) that are long enough to poke out of baby's closed fist.
     
  3. anna_t

    anna_t Well-Known Member

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    The bold text - that is exactly what i was after :winkwink: thanks for that.
    Dont think much will be eaten as we only started at the new year and he hasnt learnt to chew yet. But it will be a new taste to experience :)
     
  4. freckleonear

    freckleonear Crunchy mummy

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    Yeah, Tabitha didn't get the hang of chewing chicken for quite a while, but I'm sure he'll love sucking on it! Yummy!
     
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    pinktaffy Well-Known Member

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    my little girl loves chicken one of her faves.
    i do what freckleonear said to do aswell xx
     
  6. hivechild

    hivechild Mummy to Ronan

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    I tended to cut diagonal across the fibers as he didn't like the texture is long stringy bits and don't like chewing them either especially with no teeth.
     

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