Its unique combination of pulses, cereals and dry fruits ensures that your little one gets the all-round nourishment that is so critical in the early years.
With every mushy spoonful, you can be confident that you are giving your child the best possible solid food for her development.
What makes SathuMaavu so special?
- It’s an excellent weight gaining food.
- A perfect meal, it’s full of carbohydrates, proteins, good fats, vitamins and minerals
- Lovingly made at home in a doctor mom’s kitchen, with handpicked ingredients of the highest quality
- It does NOT contain any added preservatives, artificial flavor, sugar or salt.
Ingredients: Rice, Black Urad Dal, Green Gram, Roasted Gram, Moong Dal, Masoor dal, Wheat Dalia, Sago, Horse gram, Corn, Almonds, Cashew and Cardamom.
|Rice||Good source of dietary fiber & carbohydrate|
|Black Urad Dal||Rich in protein, Vitamin B complex|
|Masoor Dal||Packed with protein, fiber, iron and folate|
|Horse Gram||1/4th of it contains protein, good source of iron, calcium, molybdenum|
|Wheat Dalia||It is rich in carbohydrate, protein and magnesium|
|Green Gram||It is rich in protein, dietary fiber, Iron and magnesium|
|Sago||It is rich in carbohydrate, and has high calorific value|
|Corn||It has high carbohydrate content and protein, vitamin B6, is an antioxidant|
|Cashew||It is rich in good fat and magnesium, vitamin B6 , protein|
|Almond||It is high in fat and proteins, calcium and magnesium|
|Elachi||It is rich in dietary fiber and Iron|
Recommended Age: Advisable for all ages above eight months
How to Prepare: Mix 1 tablespoon of SathuMaavu powder with 125 ml/150 ml of water without lumps. Cook the mixture on medium flame for atleast 5-10 minutes, until the porridge thickens. Fruit Purees can be added to the porridge to make it sweet.