Dadpe Pohe is Maharastrian twist to your traditional Poha or rice flakes. Kanda Poha and Batata Poha are widely accepted versions of Poha preparations but this uncooked version of flattened rice along with aromatic spices will surely make a good morning or evening snack. Raw poha absorbs the flavors so […]
Kids Lunch Box
Lunches, like any other meals, should be nutritionally balanced and delightful. A simple way to help develop a balanced lunch is to incorporate foods from at least 3 food groups (vegetables, fruits, grains, and protein and dairy/calcium-rich foods).
When it comes to kid’s lunch, you do want them to bring home tiffin box that is empty. It is important to make them exciting and healthy lunch options. Eating a wholesome lunch is not only significant for children’s physical growth, but it can help them stay focused mentally and emotionally at their best. They spend a lot their energy in school, and playing games and playing all day long, lunch is a great way to replenish their energy. So what can frustrated parents do to make sure their child consumes what they lovingly prepare for lunch?
Try a few of my recipes and see your child getting healthy and enjoying their lunchbox!
Chivda is a staple snack in every Indian household. Also known as pantry snack, it goes with any occasion as a side dish with tea or stand-alone. This is a quick and crunchy nasta recipe made beaten rice or poha. This Chiwda/Chivda recipe is a popular Maharashtrian dish but adopted […]
Paneer Grilled Sandwich is by far the best Grilled Sandwich you will ever have. If you don’t believe it, try this recipe. Soaked in spice and curd marination for minutes and then cooked and finally grilled, it worth your time and your efforts! This grilled paneer sandwich recipe is a […]
Makai ki Khees also known as Bhutte ka kees or Bhutte ka kiss is a popular street food from Indore. As the corn season is at its peak, it will be lovely to try something off beat with it. I cannot stress enough the importance of corn in the diet […]
The Maharashtrian style Kanda Poha recipe is very similar to aloo Poha and is a popular snack recipe and a breakfast recipe in Maharashtra. You will be surprised by the simplicity and yet powerful flavors that explode on your palate with each bit!. It is an amazing and instant quick […]
Green leafy are must have no matter what season it is! And I understand the struggles of consuming it can be real. The key is to inculcate them into recipes and dishes so you consume healthy snacks all the time. Today’s recipe is the very salubrious Methi Mathri, aka Fenugreek […]
Fruits are a powerhouse of nutrients when it can be savored equally both in its raw and ripe forms. Banana is one such fruit, that has a huge fan following and is a mainstay in every fruit crate around the globe. It is India that banana is enjoyed in its […]
Palak Vada or Spinach fritter is a salubrious and nutritious Indian bite made with the base mixture of crushed corn and mashed potatoes tossed with spices and then the spinach and coriander mixed together and deep fried to make pakodas. Fritters are usually cooked throughout the year but rainy and […]
Two seasons that are best to munch on a plate full of hot pakodas is Rainy & Winters. Smuggled up in blankets with your favorite movie or some lovely family time, a pakodas can make all gatherings very interesting. Today’s recipe is for an age-old famous Gujarati snack and that […]
Poha is a much-loved Indian breakfast meal that has plenty of alternatives in various parts of the country. Mostly it is eaten the traditional way with peanuts, curry leaves, and tempering of onions and potato, garnished with coriander leaves makes it mouthwatering! Apart from tasting incredible, it has a lot […]