How to prepare Wheat Dalia Porridge for 12 month+ babies

Porridge is one of the healthiest recipes for all. It is high in fiber thus easy digestible too. Today we will be telling you how to make wheat dalia for toddlers.

A toddler loves to invent new tastes and twists in their food. Now their taste buds wants to go through different tastes.

The healthiest way to introduce them to different flavors is, porridge! It can be prepared in sweet as well as in salty flavors. The addition of different things like cardamoms, veggies, whole spices etc makes it tastier thus liked by the babies.

Porridge for babies

Porridge for babies

Today we will be telling about Wheat dalia porridge, in sweet way. We will be using jaggery instead of sugar as sugar is not nice for developing kids.

Let’s move to our recipe.

Preparation time-  20 minutes

Can be served as- Breakfast, mid-day meal or as dinner too.

Ingredients required:

  • Wheat dalia (broken wheat)- 2 tablespoons
  • Cow’s milk- 1 1/2 cups
  • Ghee- 2 teaspoon
  • Chopped dry fruits of your choice
  • Jaggery or gur- 1 teaspoon
wheat dalia

wheat dalia

How to prepare porridge?

  1. Heat a pan and put ghee into it.As it gets hot add wheat dalia followed by dry fruits in it.
  2. In a low flame, stir for about 3-4 minutes till the color gets golden brown.
  3. Now turn off the flame and transfer all into the pressure cooker.
  4. Put milk into it and cover the lid.
  5. Pressure cook in a medium flame for about 10 minutes, or till 2 whistles.
  6. Now turn off the flame and check the consistency, if you find it little thick you can add some water or milk  into it.
  7. We have pressure cooked it for fast cooking, you can also cook it simply on the pan but it will take more time for the porridge to get softened.

Take out in a serving bowl and serve warmer to the kids. It is very healthy and also liked by the kids.

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