Food and Nutrition

Please tell. Me sme recipes for 6 mnths plus baby

Neha Ishan Lohia
0 to 1 years

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Updated on Mar 31, 2017

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Neha Ishan Lohia

| Apr 08, 2017

New trick for raagi.. Roast raagi first. Thn put it in a bowl. Then boil the required milk. Add shakkr or sugar then put this milk in raagi... Stir carefully.. No lumps.....

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Dharani Kumar

| Apr 07, 2017

You can give @ 7 months... start wit Apple, pomo, water melon, cucumber, banana & let him to familiar wit these to have.... you can slowly start to give other fruits later

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Neha Ishan Lohia

| Apr 07, 2017

Can i give kiwi puree olso?

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anshu singh

| Apr 02, 2017

please start giving oranges n curd in summers. it increases immunity in babies.... n also develops taste in them

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anshu singh

| Apr 02, 2017

grind cooked moong daal n rice in mixer n feed ur baby.... u can try daal with chaunka also if ur baby digests it.... it will add taste... otherwise just add lil ghee..... n yes more of daal than rice... all d best

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Dharani Kumar

| Apr 01, 2017

Neha it's happens when tried it for the first time or @ initial stages.... if you get a plain Ragi mix @ market it's fine or soak raw Ragi in water and make it dry in sunlight and grinde it to fubd powder, heat the water or milk to Lukewarm temperature, add the Ragi powder and stir it well, lumps will occur if you don't stir well this is the one way..... another method is take a required Ragi and soak in water this is aft dried process by sunlight and grinde it with water only few amount since it's already soaked, once it's grinded filter it wit fine cotton cloth by handy & get the extract finally wit some milk consistency... now heat the extracted Ragi milk and warm it and it's ready to feed now... lumps can be avoided in this method and its very healthy and but process is quite long

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Neha Ishan Lohia

| Apr 01, 2017

I tried raagi porridge... Bt its nt cooking well... Consistency remains thick nd lumps occur... Plz suggest that olso

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Shreya Choodamani

| Apr 01, 2017

You can try roasting rice and moong dal, powder them and pressure cook it. Add ghee and very little salt and feed. So the ratio should be equal quantity of rice and moong dal. If you are not already doing it. Once baby is accustomed to the powdered version mash rice and Tur dal very finely, add ghee and very little salt

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Dharani Kumar

| Mar 31, 2017

strained rice wit dhal water, Ragi porridge, cerelac if you want, smashed potato, carrot & banana, Apple puree, strained veg soup, fresh fruit juices like pomo, water melon, musk melon wit warm water without sugar

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