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Different fruits are boiled and mashed
Published On: 11 May 2011
telugu: Seema Regi Pandu
for more details, click the name of the ingredient
English: Water Melon
tamil: Darbusini / Kummattikai / Thannimathai
malayalam: Thannir Mathan / Kummattika
telugu: Puchakayi / Tarbuja
kannada: Kallangadi / Kallachi / Karabooja / Kekkarike
hindi: Tarbuj / Kalingada / Kalingu / Phuti / Kakri
Gujarati: Tarbuj / Karigu
Konkani: Kalling / Bacchaanga
Marathi: Kalingad / Karbuj
Punjabi: Tarbuja / Phuti / Kakri
Kashmiri: He’Nd Wend
hindi: Cheeni / Shakkar
For preparing fruit mash, clean and cut apple, watermelon and pears.
Heat a little water in a vessel. Add in the apple and pears.
Once it is soft remove and allow it to cool.
Blend watermelon, cooked apple and cooked pears till smooth. Transfer into a bowl(sugar can be added if required).
Fruit mash, apt as a nutritional baby food, is ready. Feed the baby immediately.
Note:1.It¦s better to avoid sugar.
Remove the skin of the fruits as it may not digest.
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