Since I started introducing solid food to my baby, I tried incorporating iron-rich ingredients in my recipes. So that she gets enough iron in this growing stage with these healthy baby food recipes. I started adding beetroot and spinach and sometimes dry fruit powders to her breakfast, lunch, and dinner recipes. Which helps to maintain the hemoglobin levels too and prevent anemia.
This is one of the very healthy baby food recipes 12 months onwards.
Try to make these parathas with all-natural colors and ingredients. It is not only a baby food but also a great accompaniment with subzis for adults too.
1 cup whole wheat flour
half beetroot grated
6-7 spinach leaves – make a puree of spinach leaves
oil for kneading the dough
ghee/oil/butter for roasting the paratha
water as required to knead soft dough
salt as per taste
1 teaspoon cumin seeds powder
1 teaspoon carom seeds powder
2 teaspoons fresh curd
Make 2 portions of whole wheat flour
Take one portion, add oil, salt, half teaspoon carom seeds powder, 1 teaspoon fresh curd and grated beetroot to it.
Knead a soft dough. It will give you a dark pink colored dough.
Now take the second portion of wheat flour.
Add oil, salt, and remaining carom seeds powder.
Then add remaining curd.
Add spinach puree and knead a soft dough.
This one will give dark green colored dough.
Keep both the dough balls aside for 10 minutes.
Keep them on each other and roll a thick flatbread out of it (2 layered)
Now make a roll of this thick roti and cut them like pinwheels.
Take each dice, flatten on palm and roll a paratha as per desired consistency.
Heat a tawa/griddle and roast this paratha from both the sides. Apply ghee or butter while roasting.
Serve these beautiful and healthy parathas with any subzi of your choice.
It is one of the best Tiffin Recipes
Tejaswi C says
Wow amazing…. Colorful n healthy ????????
Thanks Tejaswi 🙂
Poonam B (@beyondhorizon87) says
That’s the best way to feed healthy food to kids. Yumilicious Paratha!