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Recipe# 7596
01 Jan 1999

 
Nacho Chips with Cheesy Carrot Dip 
by Tarla Dalal
Baked nachos served with a tangy vegetable dip will keep kids happily occupied.
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Recipe# 33618
26 Apr 10

 
Oats Cheese Straws ( Finger Foods for Kids ) by Tarla Dalal
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These fingers are baked using oats and cheese making it an interesting, healthy snack option. Munch on them plain, use a nice dip or add herbs and seasoning into the dough for a masala version of these straws.
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Recipe# 7588
01 Jan 1999

 
Pahadi Paneer Tikkas by Tarla Dalal
A colourful, child-friendly version of a grown-up snack!
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Recipe# 7589
01 Jan 1999

 
Potato Pops by Tarla Dalal
A great hit with kids of all ages, these miniature party pieces will have them rushing back for more.
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Recipe# 38638
30 Mar 13

 
Rice Flour Chakli ( Gluten Free Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
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This tempting south indian version of chakli is made using rice flour enhanced with sesame seeds and cumin seeds (optional). Keep the snack handy for between-meals hunger pangs!
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Recipe# 33621
26 Apr 10

 
Soya and Veggies Star Paratha ( Finger Foods for Kids ) by Tarla Dalal
Children will enjoy eating parathas shaped like stars. And why not, filled with vegetables and soya, and served with ketchup, it is a healthy, nutritious snack. These parathas are extremely soft, making it easy for a child to eat.
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Recipe# 33631
26 Apr 10

 
Soya Strawberry Scones ( Finger Foods for Kids ) by Tarla Dalal
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Fresh strawberries, orange marmalade and warm buttery scones together make a wonderful dessert. Make this when fresh strawberries are in season. The colours are a feast to the eyes, while the taste is simply delicious.
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Recipe# 33615
26 Apr 10

 
Spaghetti Balls ( Finger Foods for Kids ) by Tarla Dalal
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These balls are an interesting way to eat spaghetti and your little one won’t mess his or her clothes too! chopped vegetables make it more nutritious, while the cheese adds a rich, pleasing flavour. Thoroughly enjoyable!
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Recipe# 3077
01 Jan 1999

 
Speckled Bubble Bars ( Baby and Toddler Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
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This is another way of introducing your baby to new textures. She may need more variety than carrot strips, crumbly cookies and bread sticks. The jaggery will keep her energy levels up and also add iron to her diet. The sesame seeds contribute calcium and iron too, while making the process of teethi ....
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Recipe# 3105
01 Jan 1999

 
Spiced Walnut Ring ( Baby and Toddler Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
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I am sure this spicy cake which is rich in energy, protein and calcium will not fail to please your child. Ginger adds to the flavour as well as helps to ease the digestion of your precious little one. It is also a good snack to take if you are travelling as it keeps well for a few days. This is a r ....
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Recipe# 3075
01 Jan 1999

 
Teething Biscuits ( Baby and Toddler Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
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This is a power-packed recipe! soya is an excellent source of vegetarian protein and also provides plenty of vitamin b12 that is needed for growing babies. Chewing on these biscuits will not only comfort your baby's gums but will also provide her with folic acid, fibre, iron, vitamin a and calcium ....
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Recipe# 22710
29 Nov 14

 
Toasted Triangles by Tarla Dalal
Next time you think bread is boring, try making these crispy toasted triangles, with the magical touch of olive oil and garlic.
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Recipe# 22705
29 Nov 14

 
Vegetable Crudités by Tarla Dalal
A healthy and nutrient-rich veggie platter that makes a perfect starter when served with an appropriate dip or fondue.
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Recipe# 3087
12 Sep 14

 
Vegetable Idlis ( Baby and Toddler Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
Most babies like the nutty sweetness of coconut and this dish combines coconut beautifully with the fresh flavour of vegetables. Cut these idlis into strips and let your baby feed herself. This make a relatively 'safe' food which won't choke baby.
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