Fruity nutty atta halwa
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Feeding whole wheat flour provides the required daily dose of fibre to keep your tummy absolutely in tone. This halwa is is made with ghee, contains our staple food wheat, adds up fruits and nuts and hence is packed with nutrition and yum to taste too!
|Serves||Preparation Time||Cooking Time|
|3 People||2 Minutes||15 Minutes|
- 2 tsps (teaspoons) of ghee
- 5 tsps of wheat flour
- 5 tbsps (tablespoons) of banana puree or pieces or any fruit of your choice
- Pinch of elaichi powder (cardamon)
- 1 tsp almond powder
- 1 cup of milk
Heat ghee in a kadhai on a low flame.
Add wheat flour and roast well till you get the aroma of cooked atta or it turns brownish.
Take ½ cup milk and mix the atta. Stir continuously to avoid lump formation.
Add almond powder.
Boil the remaining milk and gradually add to the atta mixture.
Add the fruit puree or pieces. Mix in elaichi powder.
Keep stirring continuously, till the mixture is cooked and pasty.
Serving Size: 1 serving Saturated Fat 0.3 g Polyunsaturated Fat 0.6 g
|Calories||307.4||Total Fat||11.2 g|
|Monounsaturated Fat||0.9 g||Cholesterol||0.0 mg|
|Sodium||26.4 mg||Potassium||188.9 mg|
|Total Carbohydrate||53.2 g||Dietary Fiber||4.6 g|
|Sugars||2.2 g||Protein||4.5 g|
|Vitamin A||24.4 %||Vitamin B||12 0.0 %|
|Vitamin B||6 5.3 %||Vitamin C||13.1 %|
|Vitamin D||0.0 %||Vitamin E||2.2 %|
|Calcium||2.1 %||Copper||4.1 %|
|Folate||4.8 %||Iron||3.6 %|
|Magnesium||4.8 %||Manganese||9.9 %|
|Niacin||4.6 %||Pantothenic Acid||1.7 %|
|Phosphorus||4.3 %||Riboflavin||2.5 %|
|Selenium||1.1 %||Thiamin||3.7 %|
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Tip: Jaggery can be added for taste. If feeding a baby, watch for allergic response to gluten for following 3 days. If your baby tolerates wheat well, then introduce few more recipes involving wheat.