Mixed Dal and Vegetable Mash for Babies


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Mixed Dal and Vegetable Mash ( Baby and Toddler )

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मिक्सड दाल मैश - हिन्दी में पढ़ें (Mixed Dal and Vegetable Mash for Babies in Hindi) 

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Mixed Dal and Vegetable Mash for Babies is a wonderful supplementary food that helps meet your child’s increased energy and protein demands at the growing and active age of 7-8 months.

This Dal and Vegetable Puree for Babies is also a comfortable and soothing food that your little one will find easy and tasty to consume. You can start with a single dal at a time; then improve the recipe to include multiple dals; and then vegetables too.

If your pediatrician permits, you can season lightly with or pepper and make this Mixed Dal and Vegetable Mash for Babies more flavourful.

Babies love lukewarm food, so feed Mixed Dal and Vegetable Mash for Babies after slight cooling. You can check the temperature of the food by feeling it on your palm or wrist.

Also try other mashed foods for babies after 7 to 8 months like Rice Mash for Babies and Banana Puree for Babies .

Enjoy how to make Mixed Dal and Vegetable Mash for Babies recipe with detailed step by step photos below.

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Mixed Dal and Vegetable Mash for Babies recipe - How to make Mixed Dal and Vegetable Mash for Babies

Preparation Time:    Cooking Time:    Total Time:     Makes 0.75 cup
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Ingredients

For Mixed Dal and Vegetable Mash For Babies
1 tbsp yellow moong dal (split yellow gram)
1 tbsp masoor (split red lentil) dal
1/4 cup finely chopped carrot
2 tbsp finely chopped french beans
Method
For mixed dal and vegetable mash for babies

    For mixed dal and vegetable mash for babies
  1. To make mixed dal and vegetable mash for babies, combine all the ingredients along with ¾ cup of water in a pressure cooker, mix well and pressure cook for 3 whistles.
  2. Allow the steam to escape before opening the lid.
  3. Cool slightly and blend in a mixer till smooth.
  4. Serve the mixed dal and vegetable mash lukewarm.

Mixed Dal and Vegetable Mash for Babies recipe with step by step photos

If your baby enjoys Mixed Dal and Vegetable Mash

  1. If your baby enjoys the flavours and textures of Mixed Dal and Vegetable Mash for Babies, then try other soft and semi-solid foods like
     
     
     

Notes for Mixed Dal and Vegetable Mash

  1. Introduce the moong dal and masoor dal separately and then try this recipe of mixed dals.
  2. Mixed Dals are a good source of protein which supports your baby’s growth. 
  3. Veggies used in this recipe add a dose of fiber, to cleanse their stomach. They provide many vitamins nutrients too. 
  4. Salt has not been added to this Mixed Dal and Vegetable Mash as most pediatricians don’t recommend it till the age of 1 year. 
  5. Begin with a small quantity and gradually increase the feed. 

For Mixed Dal and Vegetable Mash for Babies

  1. To make Mixed Dal and Vegetable Mash for Babies, first combine the masoor dal and yellow moong dal in a bowl. Clean and wash both the dals with water.  
  2. Drain the excess water using a strainer and discard it. Keep the dals aside.  
  3. Then you need to chop the carrot to make Vegetable Mixed Dal Mash. For that buy the perfect carrot. Carrot should be firm, smooth, relatively straight and bright in color. Avoid carrots that are excessively cracked or bruised.   
  4. Wash the carrot very well with clean water to make it free of dirt if any. Wash it under running water to prevent any sort of contamination.   
  5. Wipe it with a clean kitchen towel. 
  6. Peel the carrot with a sterilized peeler. Peel it very well so that no fibrous part remain as these are not easily digestible by babies at  8 months.  
  7. Using a sterilized knife finely chop the carrots. Keep the chopped carrot aside.  
  8. Now prepare the French Beans. Always look for the youngest, brightest and freshest looking French beans that have crisp pods. Choose beans while they're still firm, rather than limp and rubbery. 
  9. Wash the French beans very well with clean water to make it free of dirt if any. Wash it under running water to prevent any sort of contamination.  
  10. Wipe them with a clean kitchen towel and pat dry them.  
  11. Chop the pointed edges from both the ends of each bean using a sterilized knife.  

  12. Using the same knife, finely chop the French beans.  
  13. Now transfer the washed yellow moong dal and masoor dal into a clean pressure cooker.  
  14. Add finely chopped carrot to it.  
  15. Add finely chopped French beans to it. You can use other vegetables like cauliflower or green peas also.  
     

  16. Add ¾ cup of clean water to it for cooking Mixed Dal and Vegetable Puree for Babies
  17. Mix well with the help of a ladle.   
  18. Close the lid of the pressure cooker and pressure cook for 3 whistles. Then allow the pressure cooker to cool down slightly and let the steam escape before opening it.  
  19. Open the lid. This is how cooked mixture for Mashed Vegetable Mixed Dal for Babies will look like. Again cool it slightly. Do not cool it too much as the mixture is not cooked hereafter.  
  20. Transfer the mixture into a mixer jar and blend till it is smooth. Do not drain the water. This will help in blending and getting the needed consistency of Mixed Dal and Vegetable Mash for Babies. Ensure that no pieces of carrot remain behind, as this might lead to choking. 

  21. Transfer it into attractive bowl and feed Mixed Dal and Vegetable Mash for Babies lukewarm with love to your infant with a colourful spoon.  
  22. Also try other mashed Recipes like Rice Mash for Babies and Banana Mash for Babies.

Nutrient values (Abbrv) per 3/4 cup
Energy117 cal
Protein7.4 g
Carbohydrates21.1 g
Fiber4.6 g
Fat0.4 g
Cholesterol0 mg
Sodium19.2 mg

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Reviews

Mixed Dal Mash ( Baby and Toddler Recipe)
5
 on 29 Jun 15 11:12 AM


healthy protein rich weaning food for babies... most babies love it...