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A quick tip to develop fine motor skills of your toddler and keep them engaged for atleast few minutes 🙈

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Burgers are considering to be junk food but a little twist in making of the tikki inside and the salad we add can make it a healthy option which can sometimes be given to kids. Using a wheat bun makes it healthier too.

Ingredients (for 2 burgers)

2 large sized burger buns (wheat buns can be used)

2 medium boiled potatoes (mashed)

1/2 cup small grated or chopped veggies (capsicum, carrots, cabbage,beans, mushrooms)

2 tbsp boiled peas

1/4 cup soya granules (boiled in water and strained)

Spices for tikki (salt and Pepper to taste, red chilli is optional, 1 tsp dhaniya powder, 1/4 tsp zeera powder, 1 tsp Chaat masala, 1/2 tsp aamchoor, lots of fresh corriander)

Salad (sliced onion, cucumber and tomato)

Base dressing (finely chopped cabbage mixed in 2 tbsp mayonnaise of Choice)

Cheese slice (optional)

1 tbsp tomato sauce

1 tbsp butter for buns


Method

1. Take a bowl and add mashed potatoes, all chopped veggies for tikki, boiled peas and soya granules. Add spices for tikki and mix well. You can add 2 tbsp besan if find it sticky. I have not used as my mix was fine.

2. On a non stick pan make tikkis out of this mix depending on bun size.

3. On the same pan, cut the burger buns and toast them in butter or oil. Then take it off the pan on a plate.


4. First apply little tomato ketchup on the base bun and add mayo salad which has cabbage. Then put the tikki on it and then arrange sliced cucumber, onion and tomato. Also add a cheese slice if you like. Cover with the upper bun.

5. Carefully, place this with a ladle on the non stick pan again and heat a bit. No need to flip. Upper bun is already cooked. We just need cheese to melt a bit and the bun to be crispy.

Serve hot with choice of dip, some fries if you want and little salad. You can also give extra tikki.
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Paneer Macroni!!
This is a very healthy and tasty way of making kids eat something nutritious. It can be a perfect after school or evening snack and also a tiffin snack.
Paneer is a very good source of protein and calcium and given this way even fussy eaters will gobble it up!!..it helps in weight gain too.
Ingredients (for 4-5 servings)
2 cups Macroni
1 cup sliced veggies of choice (have used carrots, capsicum, olives, beans here)
2 grated tomatoes
5-6 garlic cloves finely chopped
1 onion finely chopped
100g paneer cut in small pieces
Spices (salt and pepper to taste)
1 tbsp tomato puree (optional)
1 tsp herb mix
Fresh corriander for garnish
Oil and water for cooking
Method
1. First boil the Macroni in water with little salt and oil and strain it and run cold water through it. Please ensure that it is slightly uncooked (Al Dante).
2. In a kadai, heat about 1 tbsp oil. When hot add garlic and saute it till it achieves a pink color.
3. Add onion and saute it, till it is cooked but remains crunchy. Also now add all veggies, one by one depending on their cooking time. Mix everything well and add salt and let the veggies cook a bit.
4. Now add grated tomatoes and tomato puree and cover the kadai with a lid for 2-3 minutes so that the tomatoes leave some oil.
5. Add paneer and mix it well. Also now add Macroni and while mixing paneer and Macroni with the sauce add little water too if you feel the sauce is getting dry.
5. Finally add pepper and mixed herbs to taste and garnish with fresh corriander.
Serve hot with some garlic bread or just like that. This is a meal in itself and one can add many veggies like mushrooms and broccoli too. Also you can grate in some cheese for the kids.
Please note that if you want to make this receipe for toddlers then add grated Vegetables and paneer. This way you can give lots of nutrition to your kids in one go and that too in a tasty way. Also keep the spice Content low.
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When your toddler is enjoying her Dahi moment....
#babychakra #toddlerfunmeal #toddlerdstories #ilovemydaughter #dahimoment
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