suji recipes for babies
Semolina_Suji_Rava banana Porridge
Semolina/Sooji/Rava can to be introduced at the age of 6 – 8 months. Suji is rich in potassium ,iron and proteins. Suji is made from durum wheat and hence it helps you to feel full. Sooji provides great energy and hence it keeps your baby active. Suji tastes great and acceptable to babies too 🙂 Suji also serves as a good diet during fever or when tummy upset as its light to digest.
Banana is just the perfect first food for babies and its recommended to start it in either in 5th or 6th month.
Bananas is the one of the “power food” in baby’s diet as its highly rich in vitamin and potassium but low in
cholesterol,in short it contains more calories and 0 fat.But make sure you start by smaller portion like 1/4 of
banana in the beginning and then slowly and steady increase the quantity
So combining both the ingredients together , oats and apple porridge makes the best healthy morning
breakfast or snacks to keep your baby active for the rest of the day.
Do try this recipe and let me know your experience ?
Preparation time : None
Cooking time : 5 mins
Serving 1 time
1 tsp Ghee
2 tbsp sooji/rava/semolina
1/2 mashed banana
¼ cup + ¼ cup water
sugar as per taste
Directions || To prepare suji banana Porridge
Heat a sauce pan and add ghee in it.
Add semolina/suji to it and mix it well with ghee
Next add 1/4 cup of water or upto desire consistency.
Once oats is cooked well ,add mashed banana in the mixture.
Add 1/4 cup of water to it.
Make sure that there are no lumps formed. Cook the porridge in medium flame until everything cooked completely.
The porridge becomes thick after cooling down.So make sure you are turning off the flame at the right time.
Add sugar to it if you want to sweeten it else you can feed the baby directly , serve it lukewarm.
Sterilise the bowls and spoons used for feeding your baby in a vessel with hot water for five minutes and keep it immersed in the same vessel until use.
Boil cows milk if using in a vessel before using.
Try to use breastmilk (for babies under one year )