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These tangy cutlets are just what your kids would love to see on the table when they come home hungry from school!
Macroni hot pot, a tiffin treat that tops children's must have list, this dish makes a complete healthy meal with toasted bread. Remember to pack extra portions!
Fun-filled baby potatoes share the stage with calcium rich paneer in this lovely and lively chaat. The lemon juice and chaat masala lend their tangy touch to the otherwise bland ingredients.
Using a variety of vegetables substantially increases the vitamin c, calcium and fibre content of these colourful uttapas, ideal for an evening snack.
This ideal snack which boasts of a high folic acid and fibre content is a non-traditional way of making the famous south indian uttapa. Try it. . .
Well, you love idlis, but what if you have no batter on hand? here is a quick and equally tasty (in fact, spicier!) version of idlis made with semolina. Since the batter requires no fermentation, this recipe is a quick-fix!
This stuffed hot dogg rolls are cheesy and crispy. . . The combination on babycorn, capsicum and onions wilh little green chillies makes this a great recipe. . . .
Semolina pancakes are very easy, quick and colorful. . . Great to serve for breakfast or snacks with a chutney of your choice. . .
A sweet and tangy blend of strawberries and ice served in a lemon rimmed glass, the Strawberry Margarita is the perfect drink to start a party with. However, make sure you serve it immediately because if the ice melts it will dilute the drink and mellow the flavours.
A whopping hit with people of all age groups, fresh strawberries are at the centre-stage as far as this smoothie goes. However, when strawberries are not in season, you can use strawberry crush instead to prepare the orange and strawberry smoothie.
Another street side chaat which is so simple to make but yet so delicious. It is a delectable blend of green chana, tomatoes, onions tossed in butter, spiked with a little chaat masala. Baked papadis added on top lend crunch to this recipe without adding on too many calories. Stir up this chaat any ....
Give the biscuits a pass this tea-time. . . And opt for this easy-to-make and extremely healthy snack instead!
Rich in vitamin a, protein and fibre pasta is always a hit with children, and they will enjoy this tempting curried beans concoction.
Pasta in red sauce is the most popular and loved by all age groups. . Make sure you make it as close to the serving time to enjoy it the most.
This snack recipe is made with a combination of paneer, potato and corn. This toast will surely be loved by all. The bread is crispy and the topping is creamy and spicy. Serve it immediately once made.
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