13th February 2008 12:48 PM #1
Balanced diet food (Pathiya Samaiyal) for lactating mothers!
In this section we are going to see some 'Pathiya Samaiyal' recipes (balanced diet food) for new moms who gave birth to new borns and are lactating. These are traditional recipes. I am from a Iyanger family and I am writing according to that. so please you all come out with your recipes. We all help other young mothers with good recipes.
My DIL is going to deliver a baby in near future. She is also one IL member. I think she will go through this. Hi Anu, This is for you too dear.
Last edited by Induslady; 20th February 2008 at 01:38 AM.
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13th February 2008 12:56 PM #2
Take greens and fruits as per your doctor’s advice or your family elder’s advice.
Take food at correct time.
Evening also take your dinner very early like <?xml:namespace prefix = st1 ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags" /><st1:time Minute="30" Hour="18">6.30 pm</st1:time>
Take lots of ‘betal leaves’ and put ‘thambulam’ This will help you to avoid indigestion and constipation.
Take limited water.
Take head bath as per your custom. Usually alternative day. And put ‘sambarani’ with a pinch of turmeric powder and 2 garlic skin. This will prevent you by getting cold after taking head bath.
Take 'Sutta applam' or 'Thalir vadam'
Avoid taking ‘Thur dal’ for atleast one year or till you are feeding to your child.
Avoid taking too hot or too cold items.
Avoid red chilly or green chilly use black pepper instead of them.
Avoid fried items.
Asusual if you can please add more details in this thread. You are most welcome
Last edited by krishnaamma; 13th February 2008 at 01:52 PM.
13th February 2008 01:02 PM #3
Neem flowers 1 tab.sp
‘Thipili’ 6 ( I don’t know its English name)
‘Sundaikai’ vathal 1 tab sp
‘Mantha kali vathal’ 1 tab sp
thur dal 1 tab sp
Coriander 1 tea sp
black pepper 1 tea sp
cumin seeds 1 tea sp
Dry fry all the ingredients.
Make soft powder and put it in a air tight container.
Serve with hot rice and ghee.
Last edited by krishnaamma; 13th February 2008 at 01:10 PM.
13th February 2008 01:08 PM #4
Angaya Podi 2
This is the ingredients for the recipe. Quantity are all app.,(kannalavu, kaialavu).
Take dals, dhania in a large qty. 4 or 5 sukkus are fine. same with thippili. all vathals and neem flower ratio will be same. you can add lavishly haldi and one solid hing is necessary.
Dry fry all of them and grind nicely.
Everyday or every alternative days, one should mix this podi with rice and ghee.
This podi is not only for adults.
You can use this for small kids who started eating rice.
This podi will cure vomitting caused by indigestion.
13th February 2008 01:16 PM #5
Angaya Podi 3
1/2 cup dhania seeds
2 tsp pepper
3 tsp cumin seeds
neem flower dried a handful
1 bit dried ginger
20 nos salted and fried sundakkai
hing 1 big piece
1/2 cup curry leaves
1/4 cup salt
Roast neem flowers,to a dark red colour in a pan without oil.
Roast other ingridients also to a reddish brown colour.
Roast curry leaves to a reddish brown colour.
Heat salt and fry,when fried lightly put all the ingridients in a dry blender and make a very smooth powder.
Serve with hot cooked rice and ghee.
13th February 2008 01:20 PM #6
Sukku dried ginger 1 big piece
Black pepper 1 tea sp
Cumin seeds 1 tea sp
Veapempoo 1 tea sp
Thur dal 1 tab sp
Udad dal 1 tab sp
Solid asafetida 1 smallpiece
Curry leaves a little
Dry fry all the above ingredients seperatly.
Put every thing in mixer grinder and grind soft powder.
Serve with hot rice and ghee.
This will digest easily for ladies who are giving milk to babies and the baby will not vomit the milk.
This will avoid ‘gas formation’ in stomach.
Note: This podi and Angaya podi is a podi which uses in regular days also and mainly for the delivery women while they have the pathiam since it has very good & easily digestible ingredients
13th February 2008 01:23 PM #7
2 sp cumin seeds
2 sp black pepper
Ľ sp asafetida
Just grind them, and when ever you need you can add this in hot rice and eat.
You can pour ghee or gingelly oil with this.
If you want you can fry this powder in ghee and add that to rice and mix well.
Note: Very good for recovering patients after fever.
13th February 2008 01:24 PM #8
2 hand full of lime leaves
2hand full of ‘Narthai leaves’
˝ cup red chilly
˝ sp asafetida
a small lemon size tamarind / ˝ sp tamarind paste
Make pieces of tamarind.
Dry fry red chilly, salt and tamarind.
Chop the leaves and put them all in a mixer grinder.
Without water grind them.
Remove from the mixer and put it in a airtight container.
Very good for health.
Serve with hot cooked rice and gingely oil.
13th February 2008 01:27 PM #9
Fry 1 table spoon of the manathakkali vethal in 1 teaspoon of ghee, in low flame till the <?xml:namespace prefix = st1 ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags" /><st1:State><st1:place>berrys</st1:place></st1:State> bulge.
Crush and mix the fried vethal with 1/2 cup cooked rice (Hot)and a little salt.
This manathakkali vethal saadam is really yummy, and a good relief from the regular heavy food.
You can also have the fried vethal as a side dish for thayir saadam(curd rice).
Note: In this way you can eat fried vepampoo and fried salted sundikai also.
Fry them in ghee before serve them. Crush them and add salt then mix with rice.
13th February 2008 01:32 PM #10
Sukku thipili Marandhu
Ingredients: (kan alavu)
Dry fry and grind them.
Dissolve jaggery in water and add the syrup to the above mixture.
Now, add ginger juice and when the mixture got solidifies, add sufficient ghee or sesame oil.
Note: My grand mother always makes dishes without measuring (all kannalavu).
So, I am not sure abt the qty.
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