Ragi malt recipe for Babies with detailed photo and video recipe – A healthy and tasty porridge recipe, made from finger millet or popularly known as ragi.
Ragi malt recipe for babies is a healthy and nutrient drink, with high in protein content and rich in minerals, and hence served for babies and diabetics. It strengthens the bones, tooth and improves the overall health.
This recipe is all about feeding ragi to babies . Each baby is different, so firstly you need a lot of patience to try and find out what works for your baby.
The first 6 months a baby needs to be breastfed exclusively to gain best weight, health and immunity. You can introduce ragi after 6 months.
1. Consult your pediatrician: First consult your doctor to find out if you can introduce ragi to your baby. It is gluten free and is a least allergenic grain like oats. To reduce such risks, homemade flour is best.
2. Follow the 3 day wait rule: When you introduce ragi, do not introduce any other new food for the next 3 to 4 days. Whether it is suitable to your baby or not.
3. For babies under 8 months, porridge must be made either from extracted ragi milk or must be made from homemade flour that is sieved through a muslin cloth. Otherwise the baby may not be able to swallow the porridge.
There are many recipes using millet’s which are typically served to kids, babies, diabetic patients and also as for weight loss. Ragi malt or ragi porridge is one quick and easy such nourishing recipe.
In this recipe, i have shared a sweeter version of ragi malt with jaggery and water. But there are many other versions of ragi porridge recipe. One of the popular variants is the savory version made with salt and bit of spices like pepper. Also, it is sometimes mixed with buttermilk or even perhaps with thick curd.
Further, in this recipe, i have shared a thicker version where it can also be made with thinner version too if you are planning it to serve .
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How to make Ragi malt recipe for Babies with Step by Step :
1.Mix ragi flour and water in a pan or mixing bowl.
2.Cook on medium heat until thickens
4.Cook until jaggery melts completely
5.Add ghee and mix well .
Serve warm or room temperature to kids or babies .