Tomato Cashew curry for babies
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Healthy Tomato Cashew curry for babies

As a parent, I appreciate how quick and easy this Tomato Cashew curry is to make, and know you will too.

Tomato with cashew is a great combination, both nutritious and tasty. You might have your doubts about how good it is for your baby. (Worry not, neither tomato nor cashew are among the top allergic foods for babies. Although cashew is not a top allergen, it can still cause allergies (Please read the “Important” section below). I would advice you to consult with your pediatrician before serving it to your baby).

While tomato is a great source of vitamin C and anti-oxidants , cashew is a source omega fats for nervous system and brain development. Both tomato and cashews promote the absorption of iron which is crucial for growth. Also tomato has high water content therefore if the baby is struggling with constipation the extra fluids from tomato can help ease it.

As the recipe is quite simple and the ingredients easily available, I hope it puts an end to your worry about serving the baby food which is nutritional yet delicious.

Serve this curry with a soft roti/chapati or cooked plain white rice.

I know your baby will love it as much as mine did.

Important:

*** Cashew is known to cause anaphylaxis in up to 3 percent of children, so please try in trace amounts first before giving it in the form of this curry. *** Also please check the Please note section below.

Let’s see how to make Tomato cashew curry

Tomato Cashew curry for babies

Recipe by Syed AsmaCourse: Baby FoodCuisine: IndianDifficulty: Easy
Servings

1

servings
Prep time

5

minutes
Cooking time

15

minutes
Age

10M+

Total time

20

minutes

Easy and tasty tomato cashew curry for babies.

Ingredients

  • Olive oil / Avocado oil / Ghee – 1 tsp

  • Onion diced – 1/2 (Medium sized)

  • Ginger Garlic paste (freshly made) – Pinch ( or Finely chopped ginger and garlic (half a pinch each))

  • Cumin powder – Pinch

  • Coriander powder – pinch

  • Turmeric – Pinch

  • Chili Powder – Pinch

  • Black Pepper Powder – Pinch (Optional)

  • Sea Salt – Pinch (Optional)

  • Tomato diced – 1 (Medium sized)

  • Cashew nuts – 5 (whole)

  • Coriander leaves / cilantro – Chopped (1 tsp)

  • Ghee – 1 tsp (Optional)

Directions

  • Add a tsp of olive oil or avocado oil to a hot pan
  • Then add diced onions and sauté until the onions soften.
  • Once the onions are soft, add a pinch of freshly made ginger garlic paste. Saute until the raw aroma of it is gone.
  • Now, add all the spices i.e pinch of cumin powder, coriander powder , turmeric , chili powder. Saute and add sea salt if using.
  • Now add 1 chopped tomato and 5 cashew nuts. Let it cook until the tomato softens.
  • Once the tomato softens, switch off the flame and let it cool.
  • After it cools, add little water and grind it using a blender or immersion blender.
  • Put the ground mixture into the same pan and heat for another 5 mins on medium to low flame or heat until you achieve desired consistency. (Optional – At this stage, you can add a tsp of ghee if u haven’t used ghee in the beginning.)
  • Add chopped cilantro and close the lid. Let it cool before serving to the baby.
  • Tomato cashew curry for babies is ready. Serve with soft roti/chapati or cooked plain white rice.

Notes

  • Important: Consult with pediatrician about any possible allergies your baby may have before trying.
  • Use the spices only to flavor and be mindful not to add more than a pinch when introducing for the first time or until they are 1 year old.
  • Pinch in this recipe does not mean the standard pinch measurement, it is just an indication to use as little as possible.

“Consult with pediatrician about any possible allergies your baby may have before trying”.

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