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Parathas from shops.....

Discussion in 'Baby / Kids Foods' started by brindhak, Nov 11, 2007.

  1. brindhak

    brindhak Gold IL'ite

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    Dear all....
    I am living in Malaysia..... having 2 1/2 yr old daughter..... my query is.... i bought paraths flour frm shop (Carrefour ...) which can be kept under refigeration...and can cooked in tava in 3 to 4 mins....
    My daughter tasted that.. and she just loves.. it.... she asks for me to give that for her.. daily or alternate days...... but im pretty worried whether i can give this .... i saw the pack that there is no added preservative in it.. but please help me.. can we give such foods for toddlers....??

    ThanX in advance...
    brindhU
     
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  2. chitrajan

    chitrajan Bronze IL'ite

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    Hi,

    The frozen parathas are mostly made from maida. So dont give her regularly -- alternatively pillsbury or asoka are wheat i think - do check it and then decide

    For an emergency, these are fine but regularly - definitely no

    chitra
     
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    brindhak Gold IL'ite

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    Thanx a lot Chitra.....

    :smile: brindhU
     
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    Hi brindha,

    Please don't make a habit of this 'cos child is asking : it is very very very unhealthy ; it is not just maida, but loads of butter and salt in it. Once in a way, ok 'cos growing child . But see even in room temperature, these parathas are hard inside, because of the saturated fat .......:shock: imagine what it would do to arteries if eaten regularly ....

    Regards.
     

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