Uggu Recipe Preparation with Vitamins and calories specification

Uggu Recipe Preparation with Vitamins and calories specification


Cereal is named as Uggu in Telugu Language. Uggu is to feed child. In short it is noting but Baby food. Small Child with small digestive system should take food which will be easily digested. Uggu will be prepared for child in such a way which will be digested easily.

Baby food which is made in to small particles just to swallow is called as cereal. While coming to Uggu it is simply a Rice Cereal with few grains added to it. Uggu will have many vitamins added to it in form or grains.

As I saw many people will prepare this uggu in many ways with different combinations that is different grains added to it.

The Ingredients are are required in Preparation of Uggu or Rice Cereal are:

Rice - 100 gm
Toor Dal - 50 gm
Urad Dal - 25 gm
Moong Dal - 50 gm
Channa Dal (Optional or Added by few people) - 10 gm
Almonds (Optional) - 5 (remove skin)
Cashew Nuts (Optional) - 5
Peanuts and any other Grains which are recommended to the baby (Optional)

I would like to discuss 4 ways of Uggu Preparations that have been prepared for many children.

1st Way of Preparation :

Take Rice, Toor Dal, Urad Dal, Moong Dal and any other grains or nuts in a bowl and add water to it. Drain the water and place the rice and dals in sun so that it will absorb water (Rest it in sun for 4 to 5 Hours).

Later on Fry them in low heat i.e in sim till golden brown color. Keep aside so that it will cool down and then blend it in Blender or Mixer (Based on the age of Baby blend it i.e if baby age is 6 months blend it as powder as the age increases month by month make it as Rough powder. Store it in Air Tight Container.

2nd way of Preparation :

Take Rice, Toor Dal, Urad Dal, Moong Dal, Channa Dal (Optional) in a bowl and add water to it let it rest for 8 Hours. Drain the water and place the rice and dals in shade so that it will absorb water.

Later on Fry them in low heat i.e in sim till golden brown color. Keep aside so that it will cool down and then blend it in Blender or Mixer (Based on the age of Baby blend it i.e if baby age is 6 months blend it as powder as the age increases month by month make it as Rough powder. Store it in Air Tight Container.

3rd Way of Preparation :

Take Rice, Toor Dal, Urad Dal, Moong Dal, Channa Dal (Optional) in a bowl and Fry them in low heat i.e in sim till golden brown color. Keep aside so that it will cool down and then blend it in Blender or Mixer (Based on the age of Baby blend it i.e if baby age is 6 months blend it as powder as the age increases month by month make it as Rough powder. Store it in Air Tight Container.

4th Way of Preparation :

Take Rice, Toor Dal, Urad Dal, Moong Dal, Channa Dal (Optional) in a bowl blend it in Blender or Mixer (Based on the age of Baby blend it i.e if baby age is 6 months blend it as powder as the age increases month by month make it as Rough powder. Store it in Air Tight Container.

Cooking : 

First take 3 to 4 table spoons of powder and pour sufficient water (for about to cook for 45 min) in to it rest if for 5 min. then keep in it low flame mix it for every 2 to 5 min in between till its done. Finally add some salt for taste and ghee.

It has Vitamins and Calories that are sufficient for our Baby. As the Baby age in months increase add little bit of curry to it. so that baby will be habituated to eat as we do. This Uggu is made because our baby wont have teeth to chew Food as we eat. and the cooking process of Uggu will be done for about 45 min so that it is easily digested by the baby.

I Like to prepare in the 1st way of Preparation for my baby till 1 year. But now after 1 year old Baby Boy I am using 4th Way of Preparation.

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2 comments:

  1. Hi the process is good but you haven't mentioned quantities of each ingredient....

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  2. Hi the process is good but you haven't mentioned quantities of each ingredient....

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