Last Updated on April 25, 2018
As soon as i posted my feeding schedule for baby, i got so many mails from y viewers asking me how to make steamed dosa for babies. I just replied them the procedure, since it was too easy to be posted here. But many of you wanted the recipe. So here i am sharing it with you..
Normally i feed maha idli for breakfast and dinner, Since it is easy to digest. But someday she needs something different for variation. that time i make this steamed version of dosa. Steaming dosa makes it softer, i mix it with warm water and make it like a paste then feed her. She loves it. Adding ghee gives a little taste to it. I even sprinkle some salt and pepper for more taste.
1)This is so filling and nutritious meal for your babies.
2)You can start feeding this for babies above 6 months. For 6 month baby dont add pepper.
3)Always feed this meal breakfast and dinner.
4)When feeding, i add some warm water and mash the dosa well and feed. This prevents choking.
5)Adding ghee enhances the flavour and make it more nutritious for you baby and helps in weight gaining in babies.
6)Make sure the ghee which you use is pure ones. I make my own ghee.
7)I sometimes add some salt and pepper over this and feed her.
How to sterilize baby feeding bowls:
Start by sterilizing the bowls and spoons which you are going to feed your baby. Take the bowl and spoon in a large saucepan, cover it with water and bring them to a boil. Boil it rapidly for 5 mins. Now you can turn the heat off and leave them stay in the hot water till use.
How to make Steamed Dosa:
Dosa Batter - a small ladle
Ghee - 1 tsp
Warm Water, Salt and Pepper for serving
Heat a tawa, once it is hot, spread dosa. Cover it with a lid and let it cook on a very low flame for a min.
Now remove it to a plate, spread ghee over it while it is still hot.
Feed your baby.
How to feed this:
For babies below 1 year, add some salt, pepper on top of this dosa. Add some warm water and make this into a paste and feed. this prevents choking in babies.
|Take some dosa batter|
|heat a tawa|
|pour a ladleful of batter in it|
|spread it little|
|cover with a lid|
|cook till the dosa is steam cooked|
|remove it to a plate|
|take a spoon of ghee|
|spread it all over the dosa|