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Last Updated : Feb 01,2019
Avocado Dip, Avocado Jain Dip by Tarla Dalal
Classic avocado dip made with riped avacados. The avacados are mashed with a fork and then mixed with, tomatoes, green chillies and lemon juice. Can be served as a dip with corn chips.
You can also try other Jain friendly dips like Cheesy Pepper Dip
Apricot and Walnut Pancakes with Orange Sauce by Tarla Dalal
Sweet pancakes served with warm, tangy orange sauce is nothing short of a treat! And healthy too… for the nuts provide protein and calcium required for the formation of new bone cells and for the growth and maintenance of bones.
Egg Bhurji, Anda Bhurji , Egg Masala Bhurji by Tarla Dalal
You can’t help having more than the usual serving of ladi pav when it is accompanied by this tongue-tickling Egg Bhurji.
In usual Bhurji style, the eggs are perked up with finely-chopped veggies like onions, capsicum and tomatoes, which add varied flavours and textures to the Anda Bhurji. A da ....
Rajma Spinach Cheese Paratha by Tarla Dalal
Once your kids have tasted this paratha, you will surprised to see rajma and spinach rise to the top of their favourite ingredients list! Indeed, this innovative Rajma Spinach Cheese Paratha is a scrumptious treat that your kids will love to the core, thanks to the punchy taste of capsicum, onions a ....
08 Nov 19
Strawberry Honey Milkshake by Tarla Dalal
When strawberries are in season, they make a superb addition to breakfast in a variety of ways. Whip up a strawberry milkshake and add curds and honey for sweetness and body.
Fruit Lollies by Tarla Dalal
Lollies are all-time favourite… to the extent of being one of the most interesting aspects of childhood! Unlike their commercial counterparts, these fruit lollies don't use artificial flavours and colours. Instead, they provide lots of nutrients including vitamins C and A. Ensure that the fruits are ....
Moong Bhel by Tarla Dalal
Wondering how to appease that monstrous appetite that kids come back home with, especially after play? Here is a wonderful snack made of puffed rice and sprouted moong, tossed together like a bhel, with chopped tomatoes, onions, etc., and a sprinkling of masalas too. The Moong Bhel is an excellent m ....
Green Pea and Corn Bhel by Tarla Dalal
Two of my favourite ingredients join hands here to make a fibre-rich feast for my little buddies! This is indeed a healthy choice of chaat as it is full of healthy ingredients like green peas, vegetables and corn, flavoured with khatti-meethi chutney.
16 May 12
Walnut Fudge Fingers by Tarla Dalal
Walnuts are a storehouse of nutrients! This finger food made using kids' favorites such as biscuits, cocoa powder, sugar, etc., is a smart way of sneaking walnuts into their little tummies. Butter is a rich source of vitamin A, but that does not license you to use it in whopping amounts, as it is al ....
Fruity Sandesh by Tarla Dalal
Put together a super duper dessert with fruits and paneer, delighting your kids' palates while at the same time helping them stock up on vitamins A and C. These chilled Sandesh will be a welcome refreshment when your child comes home exhausted after a day at school!
16 May 12
Muesli Coated Fruits by Tarla Dalal
Iron, required for the continuous supply of blood and nutrients to the brain and keep it functioning efficiently, which is found in applicable amounts in Muesli. Coating the fruits with luscious butterscotch sauce and serving with this crunchy muesli makes them totally irresistible. Watch the kids g ....
16 May 12
Orange Banana Smoothie by Tarla Dalal
Kids love variety in everything. How can they not be impressed by a recipe that packs a dazzling variety of flavours into every single sip! Oranges are tart, bananas are sweet and fresh curds whipped together are sure to steal your child's heart and meet their calcium and protein needs just in a gla ....
16 May 12
Fruity Youghurt by Tarla Dalal
Curds become even more enticing when served with crunchy fruits and cornflakes! For an added visual appeal, chop the fruits in innovative shapes and sizes or use a cookie cutter. Better still… why not get the kids to help you carve the fruits?
16 May 12
Almond Til Chikki by Tarla Dalal
Crunchy munchy chikkis! Who can say no to them, or stop with just one for that matter! These healthy chikkis will not only make your children happy but also meet their calcium requirement.
Strawberry Sponge Roll by Tarla Dalal
A Swiss Roll presentation with strawberries and custard rolled within thin lightened sponge cake.
14 Dec 15
16 Apr 18
Rajasthani Shahi Raj-kachori by Palak Rajput
Rajasthani Shahi Raj-Kachori, stuffed katchori with potato and sprout filling and served with curd, chutney and sev.
08 Dec 11
Cheese Corn Tomato Soup by LOPA SHAH
Tomato soup is very common and famous all over world. Here is tomato soup made from tomato puree, white sauce, grated cheese and boiled corn kernels. I am sure everyone will love this new version of tomato soup.
24 Sep 13
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23 Aug 07
Coconut Rolled Chocolate Balls by Foodie #381196
Sometimes you may find it difficult to make into balls because of the stickiness of butter so keep in the fridge for 10 mins so it will be easier to make it into balls.
12 Dec 02
Piata Choco Roll by sairam0203
Piata choco roll or pista choco roll is a delicious mithai or Indian dessert recipe with grated khoya cooked with sugar and rolled out in two parts. The one part is mixed with cocoa powder while the other has pistachios. The chocolate rolls are sliced and served as mithai after meals.
09 Dec 03
Date Rolls by murimari
A date roll is an easy dessert recipe to prepare an interesting mithai or Indian sweets with dates or khajur. The date roll is a favorite recipe among children owing to its awesome taste and appealing looks.
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