7 Everyday Indian Lunch recipes ( for 2+ toddlers & kids ) Lunch ideas for Indian toddlers & kids



7 Everyday Indian Lunch recipes ( for 2+ year toddlers & kids ) Lunch ideas for Indian toddlers & kids RECIPE #1 – Rice, dal & beetroot fry Ingredients: ( for #1 …

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  1. Hi :), .. Here is the 'ingredients list' for these ' 7 everyday lunch recipes 🙂 ..

    RECIPE #1 – Rice, dal & beetroot fry

    Ingredients: ( for #1 – rice, dal & beetroot fry)

    For rice:
    1 cup – rice (rinsed)
    2 cups – water
    1/4 tsp – salt
    For dal:
    1/2 cup – dal ( moong dal )
    2 cups – water
    2 tsp – oil
    1 – tomato ( chopped )
    1 – garlic (finely chopped)
    1 tbsp -coriander leaves (chopped)
    1/4 tsp – turmeric powder
    1/4 tsp – chilli powder
    1/4 tsp – cumin powder
    salt to taste
     
    For beetroot fry:
    1/4 tsp – mustard seeds
    1/4 tsp – turmeric powder,
    pinch – chilli
    1 – beetroot (peeled & cut 1" pieces )
    2 tsp – oil
    pinch – salt

    RECIPE #2 – Rice, Sambar & greenleaf stirfry

    Ingredients: ( for #2 – rice, Sambar & greenleaf stirfry )
    For Sambar:
    1/2 cup – toor dal
    2 cups – water
    1 garlic
    1 – tomato chopped
    1/4 tsp – turmeric powder
    1/4 tsp – salt
    2 tsp – oil
    1 – tomato ( chopped )
    1 tsp – ginger (paste)
    some curryleaves
    1 carrot – chopped (1" pieces)
    8 beans – chopped (1" pieces)
    1/4 tsp – turmeric powder, 1/4 tsp – chilli powder
    1 tbsp – sambar powder, 1/4 tsp – cumin powder
    salt to taste , 1 cup water
    pinch – asafoetida
    1/4 tsp – mustard seeds
    2 dried red chilles
    1/4 cup – tamarind juice ( or 1/2 tsp concentrate )
     
    For greenleaf stirfry:
    2 tsp – oil
    1 garlic – chopped
    1/4 cup – onion (chopped)
    2 cups – greenleaf (chopped)
    1/4 tsp – turmeric powder
    pinch – cumin powder
    1/2 tsp – coriander powder
    salt to taste

    RECIPE #3 – Rice & Kerala Fish curry

    Ingredients:  ( for #3 – rice & kerala fish curry )

    For kerala fish curry:
    To grind coconut gravy:
    1 cup – roasted coconut ( for this, dry roast the coconut until light brown)
    2 cups – water
    9 – 10 shallots ( small red onion or use 1/4 cup of regular onion )
    1 tsp – pepper
    1/2 tsp – turmeric powder
    1 – chilli powder
    1 tbsp – coriander powder
    2 tbsp – fennel powder
     
    To cook the fish:
    500 gms – fish ( fillet or with bone )
    1/4 tsp – fenugreek seeds
    some curryleaves
    1 tomato – chopped,  2 green chillies, .. salt to taste
    1 cup – water

    RECIPE #4 – Lauki (bottle gourd) dal & rice

    Ingredients: ( for #4 – lauki (bottle gourd) dal & rice)

    1 cup – chopped lauki ( bottle gourd/ sorekai/ chorakka/ lau/ dudhi/ ghia
    gardudde/ sorakaya/ halu gumbala/ pandhara bhopla)
    1 onion – chopped
    1 tomato – chopped
    1/2 tsp – garlic paste
    1 – green chilli
    1/2 cup – dal (moong dal)
    1/4 cup – chana dal
    1 tbsp – oil ( or ghee)
    2 cups – water
    1 tbsp – coriander leaves
    1/4 tsp – turmeric powder
    1/2 tsp – chilli powder
    2 tsp – coriander powder
    1/4 tsp – cumin powder
    1/4 tsp – garam masala powder
    salt to taste

    RECIPE #5 – Rice & chicken curry

    Ingredients: ( for #5 – rice & chicken curry )

    For chicken curry:
    1 chicken ( cut .. can use boneless also)
    1 onion – finely chopped ( or paste )
    2 tomato – finely chopped
    1 tsp – ginger-garlic paste
    1 – green chilli
    1 tbsp – oil ( or ghee)
    1/2 cup – water ( add more if you need more curry )
    2 cardamom, 2 cloves, 1" cinnamon stick
    1 tbsp – coriander leaves
    1/2 tsp – turmeric powder
    1 tsp – chilli powder
    1 tbsp – coriander powder
    2 tbsp – fennel powder
    1/4 tsp – pepper powder
    salt to taste

    RECIPE #6 – ghee paratha & beetroot stirfry

    Ingredients: ( for #6 – ghee paratha & beetroot stirfry )
    1 cup – atta ( wheat flour / wholewheat / wholemeal flour )
    1/4 tsp – salt
    1 tsp – oil
    ghee – as needed (clarified butter)
    water – as needed
     
    For beetroot stirfry, refer recipe #1

    RECIPE #7 – Easy Vegetable Pulao

    Ingredients: ( for #7 – Easy Vegetable pulao )
    1 onion – thinly sliced
    1 cup – rice ( basmati or jeera/zeera rice )
    1 tsp – ginger-garlic paste
    1 tbsp – oil ( or ghee)
    2 cups – water ( for 1 cup rice, use 2 cups water )
    2 cardamom, 2 cloves, 1" cinnamon stick
    1 tbsp – coriander leaves ( optional )
    1/4 tsp – turmeric powder
    1/4 tsp – chilli powder
    1 tsp – coriander powder
    1/4 tsp – pepper powder
    1/2 cup – peas
    1/2 cup – carrot ( finely chopped )
    1/2 cup – green beans ( finely chopped )
    salt to taste
     

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  2. Meri 3.5 year ki beti h wo kuchh khana hi nahi chahti bahut mehnat karni padti h mam aap kuchh recepe bataiye na jise wo aasani se kha saie

  3. Hi those were good recipes.. can you let me know the utensils you use for cooking.. which brand.. it steel I think but it is working like non-stick when I see it in your videos.

  4. Ghanishka Ghanishka May 25, 2020 at 6:05 pm - Reply

    Hi mam, i prepared first receipe, rice dol and beetroot fry my baby eat well, i am so happy mam, thanks for sharing mam..

  5. How u train her to sit on chair and eat. I tried but he sit only for two min. U so lucky ur baby dont hve mobile in her hand whereas my baby badly addicted to it

  6. Dipika Vishwakarma May 25, 2020 at 6:05 pm - Reply

    Whose toddler will eat stri fry veggies? They still need chopped or meshed mixed in receipes. These videos are for bigger kids actually

  7. chillchillcoolguy May 25, 2020 at 6:05 pm - Reply

    Can you put a video on how to train two year to eat on his/her own and also eat more regular food than soft mashed food.

  8. Whats your cookware? It looks really nice. Looks like its steel. Please share the brand. As non stick and aluminium are really bad options i am thinking of changing the cookware.

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