Tikka means an Indian dish of small pieces of meat or vegetables marinated in a spice mixture. Globowl's Veggie Tikka Masala eagerly embraces the flavors of India and Asia with brown lentils, veggies and basmati rice simmered in coconut, tomatoes, garam masala, turmeric and ginger. Fun fact: this vegan delight was originally popularized by cooks from South Asia living in Great Britain.
Early exposure to: coconut.
When introducing new allergens to your child, it is advised that you consult your family's physician or pediatrician.
Recent USDA Infant Feeding Guidelines definitively recommends feeding allergenic foods early and often. This includes peanuts, egg, cow milk products, tree nuts, wheat, shellfish, fish, soy and sesame. Exposing kids early could lead to allergy reduction.
Don't miss that flavor window between four and 18 months! Research shows early exposure to diverse ingredients and unique flavors staves off that picky eating we try so hard to avoid. According to the recent USDA Infant Feeding Guidelines, "food diversity is critical.”
America’s secret sauce comes from its diversity - of people, culture and, of course, food. Why depend on chicken fingers when Globowl’s succulent, rich flavors from around the world can inspire a lifelong love of food and adventure. Even babies
can enjoy the food grownups love.
Where does Pad Thai come from? Why are there lentils in tikka masala? Children are natural explorers, eager to learn about the world and all its wonders. Through Globowl, families embark on an exploration of taste and flavor that lasts a lifetime.