Sweet Potato Fries For kids

Yields: 2 Servings Difficulty: Easy Prep Time: 5 Mins Cook Time: 10 Mins Total Time: 15 Mins

Sweet Potato fries for kids are a healthy alternative of French Fries/potato fries as Sweet potatoes are rich in fiber, beta-carotene, vitamin B and C. Sweet potato is one of the great first food for babies. It is soft, delicious, and easy for the baby to swallow and digest. Sweet Potato is also a very good natural weight gaining food for babies and we can introduce sweet potatoes from nine months itself.Sweet Potato Fries

What do you need?

This recipe pulls very simple ingredients. you just need a large sweet potato, 1 tbsp of butter, salt, and your fries are ready. I used butter which is again a good source of fat however you can use any non-refined oil like groundnut or gingelly oil for frying the potatoes. If you use salted butter you don’t have to add salt. salt in the butter is enough for the taste.

I tried this Sweet potato fries for kids recipe when my son was teething and not at all interested in any food. Luckily it worked, he liked the taste of the sweet potato and I was really happy to see him eating healthy food. I am sharing this recipe with you and I will be really happy if it helps you.

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Since this is a kid’s friendly recipe I prefer to shallow fry the potatoes after steaming it. Deep-fried fries will also be crispy but lose nutrients if overcooked. I always suggest a slow cook or steamed food for kids. Sweet potato is loaded with good fat which is a rare find in vegetables. It has a unique taste moreover we can try many different recipes with this. I will try to post a few new recipes soon.


Please try this recipe and leave me a comment. I hope you will enjoy it!

Ingredients

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Instructions

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  • Cut the sweet potato in the shape of fries
  • Add Salt to taste
  • Place it in a steamer or Idli cooker for 5 minutes.
  • Strain and wash with cold water.
  • Wipe off excess water with a clean towel or tissue.
  • Heat 1 tbsp of butter in a pan
  • Add in steamed sweet potatoes.
  • Add salt to taste.
  • Add in 1/2 tsp of Jeera powder to balance gas.
  • Toss till it turns nice and crispy.
  • Transfer to a plate and serve.
  • Wait patiently for your baby to grab a bite :)

Notes

  • Please note every baby is different do not force the baby to eat. Leave a gap and try after few days. They take time to adapt. Patience is much important in feeding babies.
  • The sweet potato will be a little gassy which is completely normal. Balance food and feed in small quantities.

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