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2004-02-11
Name: Shruti Seth Hi,
My daughter,Mrinmayi,is 11 mths old.Can someone please suggest me some recipes for my daughter.She does not like sweet stuff so much.And she is really bored of eating moong dal-rice khichdi & upma with veggies.
regards,
Shruti

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2005-02-04
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Name: Vatsala Ramachandran
Subject:  Recipes for 11mth old
All of them were good ideas. But nobody has suggested anything with bread. What you can try out is this

Take any vegetables of your choice - Usual ones are potato, cabbage, cauliflower, carrot, beans. Half boil and mash all of them. Saute onions till they are brown, add little masala of your choice, very little chilli powder, salt to taste, and the boiled vegetables. Make it kind of a paste you eat with pav bhaaji. Take 2 pieces of bread, cut off all the hard part on the sides, apply this paste in between, put little ghee on the outer sides of the bread, roast on a tawa till it becomes a very light golden color. Remove it, cut into triangles, and ask your kid to eat it themselves, dipping it in sauce. Your kids will luv it, my daughter eats this from the age of 10. She calls it \";BED\";
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2004-03-25
#2
Name: Meenakshi
Subject:  Recipes for Kids
Hi,

Thnx to all I read your suggestions for child diet, Well I would like to add one receipe i.e SUGI Kheer or UPAMA is Good & Filling for children. My son is 11 month i give him for his breakfast.

Ragi is good indeed we get ragi biscutes that is very nutritious for kids.

Bye, let me know if U have any more recipe

Meenakshi
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2004-02-25
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Name: vai
Subject:  Yes
U can get tinned oats in form of flakes. U can boil that in water and it melts. If u want u can make it watery. I started it just now to my son. He loves that. I think one year old baby can also have it.
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2004-02-17
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Name: vai
Subject:  reply
My son is 16 months old. He eats almost everything now. i give him idli,dosas etc too for breakfast. i dip idlis or dosas pieces in dal so that he does not have difficulty in swallowing.

If u have any more recipes to share please let me know
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2004-02-24
#5
Name: Shruti
Subject:  Question
Hi,
Is it ok to feed oats to my daughter since she is not 1 yr old.
Leena
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2004-02-22
#6
Name: vainayak
Subject:  reply
Yes, i am maharashtrian so i know the methi-dal.
From yest, i have started oats for my son. i boil oats in one cup water add little salt and give him. I added carrots in oats too yest. He liked it.
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2004-02-19
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Name: Shruti
Subject:  Hi
Well if u r a Maharashtrian u might be knowing dal-methi.
U need to cook tur dal & methi with haldi.Mash it(I usually put it in ablender so it becomes smooth)Cut onions & garlic.Heat oil & put mustard seeds.When they crackle add hing,onions & garlic.Saute till onions become golden.Then add the dal,salt & jaggery.U can add a little garam or goda masala.I sometimes add spinch along with methi.A nutritious dal is ready.

Shruti
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2004-02-12
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Name: vai
Subject:  reply
U can try out for dhalia kheer or dhalia khichdi. For dhalia kheer u need to boil dhalia(in pressure cooker) with enough water and add jaggery in it. This is a good and nutrious breakfast.

For dhalia khichdi, u can boil dhalia with moong dal wiht little turmeric and cumin seeds. And then serve with salt.

U can include ragi which is rich in iron content and it is stomach filling too. I use ragi powder. I boil it in water and keep stirring it and then add jaggery and milk. My son loves to eat it.

If u have any new recipes from ur side do share with me.
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2004-02-17
#9
Name: casper
Subject:  Thanks vai
Vai, Your recipes are a lot of help.
Is ragi available in the US? What is it called? Please let me know.

thanks in advance! :)
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2004-02-12
#10
Name: Shruti
Subject:  Thanks
Hi,
Thanx a lot for the suggestions.
How old is ur baby & what is her/his routine.

Shruti
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