But making “Lapsi” is tedious process. You need to soak the wheat to make the “Lapsi” for 3 days. The water is to be changed every day and on the third day the wheat is ground. The ground batter is strained and then the strained mixture is used to make “Lapsi”.
Tiring and backbreaking… and very difficult to manage with the help I had on a regular basis.
But I was determined to feed Akanksha with “Lapsi”. I did this once! And realised it’s not possible for me to do this on regular basis. That’s when my husband’s aunt told me an easier way.
I do not think that the taste is like what you make with the soaked wheat but the baby does not lose out on the health factor.
So let us make “Lapsi” for this you will need
· 1 tblspn heaped rava
· ¼ tsp jeera powder
· Salt to taste
· In a small katori add little water, drain and then add enough water to soak the rava.
· Cover and keep aside overnight.
· In the morning drain the water and reserve it. Transfer the contents to the chutney jar and grind to a fine paste using water if necessary. Measure.
· In a thick bottomed or copper based vessel measure double the amount of water (use the reserved water also).
· Add sufficient salt and jeera powder bring to boil. Lower the flame.
· Now add the ground paste in the boiling water stirring constantly.
· The “lapsi” is done when it is smooth and is shiny
For added flavour you can grind a spring of coriander.
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