Babies are little humans and therefore their food choices resemble ours. Along with taste, presentations too matter for them.
And we mothers, know how much our kids love bright colors like red and blue.
So this recipe will cater to all of your baby needs.
This breakfast recipe is going to be your baby’s favourite and your kid is going to finish this as soon as you make this for her.
HERE’S WHY YOU SHOULD GIVE THIS SUJI BEETROOT UTTAPAM TO YOUR BABY
- Attractive Bright pink color
- Suji and Beetroot, both are rich source of Iron and Calcium
- Easy to make
- Easy to Digest
WHEN CAN I START GIVING SUJI BEETROOT UTTAPAM TO MY BABY?
Suji Beetroot Uttapam can be introduced to baby once she starts having finger foods and most of the babies are capable of having finger foods by 8 months of age.
Suji Beetroot Uttapam Recipe
Suji Beetroot Uttapam
- 1/2 cup Suji or Rava
- 1 tbsp Beetroot grated
- 1 tbsp Tomato finely chopped
- 2 tbsp Onion finely chopped
- 1/2 cup Curd/Yogurt
- Salt as required
- Take Suji in a Bowl.
- Add Beetroot, Tomato and Onions to it.
- Add curd and mix the ingredients with a whisker.
- Add water to the mixture and keep whisking until you get the desired consistency. Your batter shall have dosa like consistency, neither too thick nor too thin.
- Let this mixture rest for around 15 minutes.
- After 15 minutes, your mixture will become thick. Check the consistency and add more water if required.
- Add salt to the batter (for kids older than 1 years)
- Heat a pan and apply ghee on it. Put one ladle of batter on the pan and spread it to make an Uttapam. Cook for 2 minutes on medium flame. Apply ghee on the top and flip the Uttapam. Cook until it becomes golden brown from both sides. Your SUJI BEETROOT UTTAPAM is ready to be served to your tiny tot.
- Add curd in small quantities while mixing the batter side by side to avoid formation of lumps.
- You can serve this Uttapam with anything like curd, jam, sambhar or chutney. You can also have this alone.
- Salt is not recommended for babies below 1 year of age. So if your baby has not crossed 1 year mark, dont add salt to the batter.