• Cookingwithkids

    Three Breakfast recipes kids can make themselves!

    Welcome back to third week of #Cookingwithkids series.  I am so excited to share this week’s recipes and this week has a theme of “Healthy breakfast that kids can make by themselves”.  As we all know, breakfast is most important meal of the day and a great way to give the body the refueling it needs. It has been proved scientifically that kids who eat healthy breakfast have better mood and energy and are more likely to participate in physical activities. Additionally, Breakfast also help in keep kid’s weight in check.  Common struggle that parents faced regarding breakfast    Kids always want new varieties and different options. They get bored easily…

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    #Cookingwithkids- Gujrati Khichdi and Kadhi- A healthy and tasty one pot meal!

    Hi everyone!  Excited to share second post for #Cookingwithkids  And in this post, I am sharing a healthy and tasty Gujrati recipe, “Gujrati Khichdi and Kadhi”.  Angel just loved this recipe combo and, in my household, it is a routine meal and I make it mostly during busy weekends.  So, let’s get started with this recipe.  First begin with “Gujrati khichdi”  Gujrati Khichdi  Ingredients  Rice and split pigeon pea ( Tuar dal) mixture- 4 cup (take in 2:1 ratio)  Finely chopped onion-potato ½ cup  Curry leaves 3-4  Green chilies (finely chopped) 3-4  Mixed veggies of your choice (like cauliflower, peas)- ½ cup  Peanut (optional)- ½ cup  Cumin and mustard seeds…

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    #Cookingwithkids- Homemade “Paneer Masala”- A Rich gravy veg for you and your family!

    Happy summer everyone!  Though this summer and summer vacation is little different than our routine and exciting summer (due to corona virus pandemic), but still it is the time to spend some quality time together as a family.  Here in California, state is re-opening slowly but most of the people avoiding social gatherings and frequent outdoor activities to be on safer side.   In my household, girls had finished their online learning for their respective grades and now, we are trying to make this “Not so exciting” summer vacation to exciting and creative summer vacation.   When I had asked them, “what they want to learn from me during this summer vacation”?…