My rice ceralac post was a huge success. And everyone was asking me to share more instant cereal recipe..
These powders are great to have handy when travelling, since they require no cooking you can just add some milk or water and feed your baby. I am sure you will be feeling so happy when you feed your baby with these instead of the packaged stuffs. I will try to share many more recipes similar to this for you. So give this a try and let me know how it turns out for you..
Preparation Time : 10 mins
Baking Time : 20 mins
Makes: 2 cups of powder
Ragi Flour / Fingermillet flour – 1 cup
Rock Sugar or Panakarkandu – 1/2 cup
Ghee or Melted Butter – 1/4 cup
Milk or Water – 2 tblspn
Preheat oven to 180 degree C.
Powder rock sugar and set aside.
Take ragi flour in a dry pan and roast it on low heat for 5 to 6 mins till the raw smell leaves from it.
Take all ingredients in a bowl and knead to a dough. Add milk if needed.
Now roll this between two sheets of plastic wrap.
Trim of the egdes and cut into squares.
Remove it carefully using a spatula and place on a foil lined baking sheet.
Bake it for 15 to 18 mins till golden. It will be soft when you take from oven, it will harden as it cools down.
Let it cool completely.
Now take this in a blender and powder finely.
Now for making cereal, take some powder in a bowl and add hot milk or water and mix till it reaches right texture.
Feed your baby.
1)This powder can be stored in room temp. But for safety purpose store it in fridge.
2)You can take this while travelling.
3)Instead of hot water or milk. You can use warm or cold water or milk.
4)Start with little water or milk and add more as per the consistency needed,
5)Instead of making powder, this can be given as biscuits too.
6)If making for babies under 7 months, skip the badam powder.
1)You can add warm water or milk to make this cereal.
2)You can use normal water or milk to make this cereal, in which case the texture will be little coarse.
3)You can add boiling water or milk to make this cereal, in which case the texture will be so smooth.
4)You can add some powdered jaggery or sugar to this, add some ghee and make ladoo.
5)For making soft cooked balls. Take this powder in a sauce pan, add some milk and mix. Add more sugar or jaggery as needed, add little ghee and cook this on low heat till it comes as a ball. Take small portion from this and shape into balls.
|Take ragi flour in a dry pan and roast on a low heat for 5 to 6 mins|
|cook till raw smell leaves from it|
|First take palm candy in a blender|
|powder finely…instead of this you can use brown sugar or normal sugar
|take ragi flour in a bowl|
|add in the rock candy|
|add melted ghee|
|add some water|
|shape it into a dough|
|place the dough between two sheets of plastic|
|roll it out|
|now it is done|
|peel off the top layer|
|now this is ready to slice|
|slice it into pieces|
|place it in a parchment lined pan|
|bake till done..cool it down|
|now take it in a blender|
|powder till fine|
|store this in a air tight container|
|take some powder in a bowl|
|add hot water or milk|
|mix till smooth..thats it|
I am Aarthi, a happy homemaker, mom of two beautiful girls, married to my high school sweet heart. My goal is to teach people that cooking can be way more easier and joyful than they think. Yummy Tummy features recipes all over the world with step wise pictures which surely shows the ease of cooking.