8 Jan 2018 | 2 min Read
Mamatha Dilip (allaboutmommying)
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Millet is high in minerals like iron, magnesium, phosphorus and potassium. They are highly nutritious and non-glutinous and not acid forming foods. Hence they are soothing and easy to digest. It is least allergenic and most digestible grains available. As it is easily digestible, millets can be offered to infants once they complete six months of age.
When you start weaning your little one all you think about is giving them nutritious food. Being a new parent you will be on a hunt for quick to make recipes.
Any Millets of your choice (I used Little millet)
Pepper powder/curry leaves powder- For seasoning
Salt to taste (If baby is above 1 year of age)
Ghee- 1 tsp
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