Teething Food: Juicy Rajgira Teethers

This weekend, little T's grandma made him delicious juicy teethers for him. I thought of sharing this rajgira flour recipe with you.

I've been looking for the perfect 'chewy' teething biscuit recipe for a while now and Amma's recipe was bang on! Once prepared, the mix could easily be cut into fun shapes. This time the hero ingredient is Rajgira, a popular puffed cereal with which chikkis and ladoos are made in many Indian households and is known to be healthy too!

Ingredients:

1. Rajgira

2. Ripe Bananas

3. Home made strawberry preserve

Note: One can use absolutely any fruit purée, single or in combination for these yummies

1. Jaggery

2. Ghee

3. Cornstarch (if required)

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1. Combine the banana and strawberry preserve and pulse to a purée

2. In a wok melt the jaggery to a sticky consistency until the raw smell is gone

3. Add in the puréed fruit to the jaggery and turn off the gas. At this stage one can add in some corn starch if the mix isn't thickening up to expectation

4. Combine the mix well

5. In a greased aluminium container or a plate with high edges pour out the mix

6. Flatten and cut into fun shapes

7. Pop it in the fridge for it to set thicker if required

8. Store in an airtight container

These will stay good only for a few days so don't let them linger too long!

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Foram KModi (Slimpossiblediet)

when to add rajgiri and ghee

Artee Agrawal

Teething food means the food we can give in baby's teething phase?

chandni nandan

What is rajgira

Nayana Nanaware

Nice will try

Vidisha Surana

Hi dear, thanks for sharing, when shall I add rajgira and instead of strawberry can I use any other fruit...If yes, please suggest....Can you also share a pic of consistently before freezing....Can it be given to 5 months baby?

ALPANA

I wish I knew this before

Sonal Sharma

You forgot to mention rajgira.. when it has to be added

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