Welcome to Kiddilicious: Our brand new series featuring quick, nourishing, and delicious recipes for kids( including fussy eaters). This series is brought to you with a dollop of love from your mom next door and curated with toppings of care by our team at Kidskintha!
As always, we are all ears for what you have to say!
WHAT YOU NEED
– 3 tablespoons of oat flour
– 1 tablespoon sattumavu flour
– 1 tablespoon chickpea flour
– 1/2 carrot (grated)
– 1 medium-size zucchini (grated)
– 1 clove garlic ( finely chopped)
– Ginger (finely chopped)
– Handful of Corriander leaves (finely chopped)
– 2 tablespoons fresh yogurt
– Jeera powder
– Dhaniya powder
– Salt to taste
PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER
1. To the grated zucchini, add a pinch of salt, mix, and set aside for 10 mins. After 10 mins, squeeze out all the water.
2. In a bowl, add the oat flour, sattumavu flour, chickpea flour along with the grated carrot, zucchini, ginger, garlic, and chopped coriander leaves.
3. To the above mixture, add jeera powder, dhaniya powder, ajwain, and salt to taste.
4. Add yogurt and water. Mix well using a spoon. The batter should have a medium thickness consistency, so add water accordingly.
4. Cook it on a pan with ghee.
5. Serve warm with a side of mint chutney/ coriander chutney/ cheese spread.
It is a great option for breakfast or a snack and is very quick and easy to put together. It is full of fiber and a great way to introduce different vegetables. You can add vegetables as per your choice.
The chilla can be cut into strips to encourage self-feeding.
Use yogurt/ curd for babies who are 6 months or older.
You can replace Sattumavu flour with ragi /rice/rawa or whole wheat flour.
Use salt for babies who are above 1 year.
We will be sharing many more innovative recipes for kids.
Saniya Seth Nair is a finance graduate and has worked as a content writer and sub-editor with leading publications. With a 4-year-old and a 1-year-old at home, she is soaked in motherhood in all its glory! She unravels the world of parenting with absolute hands-on experience and pens down its stardom and dust and everything in-between.