Today’s recipe is ‘Curd Sandwich’. 14th November is celebrated as Children’s Day, I am starting a new section dedicated to kids and their lunch box from today onwards. It is a healthy and delicious way to introduce veggies to your kid’s diet. Other than lunch box this sandwich is a perfect option for breakfast and snack.
Today’s recipe is ‘Mirchi Methi Dana Ka Kutta’. Rajasthani cuisine is very wide and has so many recipes to offer, today I am sharing one very easy side dish. You can enjoy it with hot chapati/paratha/dal rice. If you love spicy food this recipe is surely for you. In this recipe, another key ingredient is fenugreek seed/methi dana. If you are not fond of methi dana flavour which is quite bitter, you can prepare only Mirchi ka Kutta.
Mirchi Methi Dana ka Kutta
Today’s recipe is ‘Amla Murabba’. It is winter and vegetable markets are full of amla these days. They are one of my favourite fruit since my childhood. During my school days, my mother used to soak amla in salt water for two-three days, that was my favourite. If you love amla, like me, do try this sweet version of amla. You can add amla in your kid’s diet through this recipe. Amla murabba really goes well with hot parathas/dal rice.
Today’s recipe is ‘Homemade Garlic Bread’. You can prepare famous food joints style garlic bread at home. Garlic bread tastes awesome with soup or pasta or noodles, one can try this menu list for their kid’s birthday party also. Homemade and freshly baked garlic bread is my favourite during the winter season. Garlic bread can also be enjoyed as an appetizer or tea-time snack.
Today’s recipe is ‘Healthy Date Milk’. As the recipe name suggests it is a very healthy milk recipe. During winters when anyone is suffering from cold and cough, this milk recipe is a perfect home remedy. Dates are very healthy fruit but at the same very sweet, so diabetic person please avoid having it. It is a warm drink and perfect for winter season. One can have it as a breakfast recipe.
Healthy Date Milk
Today’s recipe is ‘Bhuna Keema’. Bhuna keema is a spicy minced meat dish. It can be enjoyed as a main dish during lunch and dinner. You can serve it with naan/chapati/paav. Mostly, it is cooked with either green peas or potatoes. This recipe is without green peas or potatoes, you can add any one of them if you want in this same recipe.
Today’s recipe is ‘Rajma Masala’. Rajma is a very popular and favorite curry of north India, which is made of red kidney beans. Rajma chawal is one of the famous food combination of Indian cuisine. Other than rice, it goes well with all Indian chapati/naan/paratha varieties. It can be enjoyed as a main course dish for lunch and dinner. Rajma is a healthy bean which is full of protein.