Healthy Tiffin Recipes That Children Love
1. Dal Pooris
- Dal (1cup)
- Coriander Powder
- Garam masala
- Coriander leaves
- Garam masala
- Whole wheat flour
- Add one teaspoon of oil to one cup of flour. To that, add the dry spices, leftover Dal, a tablespoon of semolina and sprinkle some water and knead a soft dough.
- You need not add water as the water in the Dal is sufficient for binding. No need to add salt as well.
- With the use of different cookie cutters roll and cut pooris of different shapes.
- Deep fry them in medium hot oil.
- Crispy, healthy and tasty pooris are ready. Children enjoy them with tomato ketchup.
2. Cheese balls
- Boiled potatoes
- Processed cheese
- Pizza seasoning
- Take two slices of bread and cut off their edges.
- Mash two boiled potatoes and add the crumbled bread pieces, one teaspoon of cornflour, a pinch of pizza seasoning and salt to taste. Mash well.
- Take a cube of processed cheese and again cut it into small cubes.
- Make small balls of the mix, carefully adding a cube of cheese inside. Give it a circular or an elliptical shape as per your choice.
- Deep fry in medium hot oil. Serve with Mayonnaise or ketchup.
3. Paneer Stir Fry
- Paneer – 250gms
- Black pepper powder
- Pizza seasoning mix
- Chaat Masala
- Cut paneer into cubes.
- Dust two teaspoon of cornflour over it. Sprinkle some pizza seasoning and mix well. The moist texture of paneer would bind the cornflour well.
- Shallow fry the cubes in medium hot oil till they turn light brown. Then place them on a tissue paper to get rid of the excess oil.
- Sprinkle some black pepper and Chaat Masala. Paneer stir fry is ready!
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