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After a long gap, here I come with a healthy yet tasty recipe for our babies who do many tantrums before finishing his/her meal.
Today, I am gonna share a recipe which you can use as a side dish for idli/dosa. I hope your child will love this chutney and ask for more idli/dosa.
Chow chow (chayote) – half
Onion – 1 chopped
Tomato – 1 chopped
Garlic – 2 or 3 cloves
Tamarind – little amount (optional)
Urad dhal – 1 tsp
Curry leaves – 10 to 15
Oil – 1tbsp
Mustard – 1tsp
Asafoetida – 2 pinch
Take half a chayote and remove the seed in it. Now, peel the skin of it before cut it into small pieces.
Now, heat a pan and pour oil in it. Add urad dhal and fry it. Once it becomes golden brown, add the chopped onion and garlic into it and saute until the onion becomes soft. Then add chayote, small ball sized tamarind for tangy taste and curry leaves and saute for 2minutes.
Now, you can add the chopped/mashed tomatoes and saute for a minute. Low the flame and close the pan with a lid. Wait until the tomatoes become mushy in texture.
Once it is done, off the flame and let the mixture cools completely. Now, you can put this into a mixer jar and grind into a fine paste. Add a little amount of water if needed to attain soft texture.
In addition to this, you can temper the chutney for added taste. For tempering, pour a teaspoon of oil into a tadka pan and add few mustard seeds. Once mustard starts sputtering, add asafoetida and off the flame. Pour this into the chutney. That’s it. Chow chow chutney is ready to serve for your little one with idli/dosa.
Hi Folks! Today am gonna share the recipe which can make your baby’s intestine relax and if your kid has any indigestion issue, then this is one of the perfect recipes which could help a lot as a remedy.
You don’t need cow’s milk or any animal milk to make Smoothie here.
Do you Know?
According to Paediatricians, Parents should not give cow’s milk or any animal milk to babies under one year.
Instead, you can use coconut milk which is one of the most nutritious food at this growing phase.
Carrot – 2
Water – half glass
Coconut milk – half cup
Add carrots in a cooker and pour the water. Now, close the lid and put it in a high flame. Wait for 4 to 5 whistles to get the carrot in a well cooked condition. Now, switch off the stove. Once the pressure get released, open the lid and separate the carrot and the water in a jar and glass respectively.
Now, you can add the coconut milk into the jar and grind the mixture. Do not add water to the mixture as this could make the smoothie nutrition less when you give it to your baby.
You can take the boiled water (water used in cooker) for your baby to drink after he/she finished his/her smoothie.
Coconut milk contains high amount of lauric acid, which is also found in breast milk. This lauric acid protects babies by fighting against infections and bacteria.
Hi Folks! Today, I am gonna share the health mix recipe which I have prepared for my little kid. You can start using this health mix after 20 to 30 days of introduction of solid foods. This will help you to know whether your baby is allergic to any particular food and also your babies digestive system should be adapted to different solid foods you give. So, always ensure that these criteria are met before you make this recipe for your baby.
This recipe will be very useful to build muscle strength to your baby as it is a protein-enriched food which you can give one or two spoons daily in the initial stage and you can slowly increase the quantity according to your baby’s age and food intake.
Always don’t force your baby to eat more quantity. If you do this, there are chances that your baby might hate that particular food in future.
Red rice – 8 tbsp
Moong dhal with skin – 4tbsp
Moong dhal without skin – 4tbsp
Urad Dhal with skin – 4tbsp
Roasted Bengal gram – 4tbsp
Broken wheat – 4 tbsp
Almonds – 4tbsp
Horsegram (Kollu) – 2tbsp
Barley – 2tbsp
Cashew – 15 to 20 in no.s
Pistachio – 15 to 20 in no.s
Cardamom- 5 no.s
Wash each ingredient separately once and make them dry either using fan or using sunlight. Wait until the components do not have water in it. You can use tissue papers to make the drying process quicker. Now, take a pan and heat it for seconds. Then, low the flame and add each ingredients separately. Once you felt some little crispy sound while sauting the item or when you see color change in some items, you can pour it to some plate to cool the component before you grind.
Likewise, do the same process for all the ingredients. Remember, don’t fry the items for a longer time as it will reduce the nutrition present in the cereals. Also, it will give the health mix a bitter taste when you over fry the ingredients.
Once you pan fried all the ingredients, mix them and cool it completely. Now, you can grind the mixture either in batches using mixie or you can grind it with the help of a mill if you have higher quantity. I used mixie and it came out well.
Sieve the powder using a strainer to get the coarse and soft particles separately. Now, grind the coarse particles and do the same process again.
That’s it. Your health mix is ready. You can store this in an air tight container and use it for more than 2 months with room temperature and 3 to 6 months if you keep safely in a refrigerator.
Hi Folks! The recipe am gonna share is a baby food yet not a tasty food for adults as I didn’t add salt and other spices for flavoring.
You can give this food to babies who attained 6 months or 180 days old but in a very soft and creamy texture. Also, you should start with 2 or 3 tablespoons max if your baby has completed his/her half year recently. Moreover, you can change the measurement according to your baby’s age. Before introducing food to your baby, it is always recommended to consult your paeditrician who will say when and what should you give to your little one.
Now, coming to the recipe…
Batter – 3 tbsp
Onion – 1/2
Tomato – 1
Ghee – 1 tsp
Sesame/Gingelly Oil – 1 tbsp
Firstly, take one cup of batter which should not be in sour taste. To attain this, you can grind the batter(rice and Urad dhal mixture) in the previous day night and use it for next day morning. This batter is good to use as it might got fermented somewhat.
Now, apply ghee and pour 3 or 4 tablespoons of batter to the plate in a Idli Cooker or in a cup and make sure you are boiling this by steaming.
On the other hand, finely chop the onion and tomato. Now, heat oil in a kadai (frying pan) and add the chopped onion into it. Make sure the vessel is in a high flame while doing it. Now, saute for 2 minutes and simmer the stove. Once the onion slightly turns golden color, add the tomatoes into it. Now, saute for a minute and wait until your tomatoes get mushy. Once you see the oil separates, you can turn off the flame.
Now, let the mixture cool and grind it into a soft paste without any lumps in it. Now it is ready to serve. If you want to add breastmilk into the paste to make it liquified, you can add some.