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Friday, April 27, 2012

Neer Kozhukattai | Sweet Rice Balls in Soup

My mom make this for breakfast and I love this very much, and  my  kids too. This is easy to prepare.



Ingredients

Rice flour (or) Puttu flour (or) Idiyaapam flour - 1 cup
Grated Coconut - 4 tablespoons
Salt - as per taste
Sugar - 4 tablespoons or as per taste

Method

Take two and a half cups of water in a heavy bottomed pan and bring it to boil.

In the mean time put the rice flour in a bowl and add the salt, sugar, grated coconut and mix it.

Now add half cup of water to the flour and make a dough.Now make small balls from the dough and put them in the boiling water.

Add all the balls in the boiling water and cook for 15-20 minutes on low flame.

Take out a rice ball and cut into half to make sure that it is well cooked. Once done remove from fire and serve hot.

Note - you can cook this without sugar and if you want add sugar before serving.

Other kids recipes......



                                            Toddler Foods

Ragi Kazhi/Poridge
for 6+ months old babies

Dhal (lentil/paruppu) and Mixed Veg Rice
for 8+ months old babies

Pasi parupu /Moong  dhal sadham
for 8+ months old babies

Feeding/Weaning Your Baby Tips
Feeding/Weaning Your Baby Tips


from 1+ year old babies

Carrot Milk
from 18+ months

Dates Paratha
from 18+ months

Banana Paratha
from 18+ months

Sweet Pasta with Fruits
from 18+ months

Sweet Rice Bread
from 18+ months

Chicken Soup
from 18+ months

Cheese Thosai
from 18+ months

Orange China grass pudding - A healthy dessert for kids
from 24+ months


Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Roasted Gram (Pottukadalai) Laddu - Sweet

Easy to make from the ingredients that are available at home and delicious sweet. Kids love this sweet.
Ingredients
  • Roasted Gram - 11/2 cup
  • Sugar -  1/2 cup or as per your taste
  • Ghee - 1/4 cup
Method

Grind roasted gram into fine powder and keep it aside.

Grind sugar into fine powder and mix it with the roasted gram powder.

Melt the Ghee and pour it into the sugar mixed roasted gram powder. Make small balls and serve.

Note - Jaggery can be used instead of sugar.

Saturday, April 21, 2012

Kids Meal - Dhal & Vegetables Rice



Ingredients

Rice - 6 tablespoons
Salt - as per taste 
Jeera - a pinch
Garlic - 2 cloves
Toor Dhal - 2 tablespoons
Turmeric powder - a pinch
Asafetida powder - a pinch
Pepper powder - a pinch
Carrot chopped - 2 tablespoons
Potato chopped - 1 smal size
Curry leaves - few

Method

Wash rice and toor dhal.

Put all the ingredients in the pressure cooker and add 1 cup of water and pressure cook it for 15 minutes on a low flame.

This recipe is for babies especially for 8mohts+ old babies and kids. If you are trying for 8 months old babies, once you cooked the rice mash or grind it before you feed the baby. If your baby likes poridge consistency add 11/2 cup of water or more to get a poridge consistency. Since my kids like to have as a poridge I used cook as poridge. 

You can use other vegetables also.

You can check other baby/toddler recipes here........



                                            Toddler Foods

Ragi Kazhi/Poridge
for 6+ months old babies

Dhal (lentil/paruppu) and Mixed Veg Rice
for 8+ months old babies

Pasi parupu /Moong  dhal sadham
for 8+ months old babies

Feeding/Weaning Your Baby Tips
Feeding/Weaning Your Baby Tips


from 1+ year old babies

Carrot Milk
from 18+ months

Dates Paratha
from 18+ months

Banana Paratha
from 18+ months

Sweet Pasta with Fruits
from 18+ months

Sweet Rice Bread
from 18+ months

Chicken Soup
from 18+ months

Cheese Thosai
from 18+ months

Orange China grass pudding - A healthy dessert for kids
from 24+ months

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