What better occasion than Children’s Day to spend quality time with your kid. Here’s an easy recipe that you and your kid can cook together. What’s more? Your kid will finally eat broccoli. Directions: 1. Boil unpeeled potatoes in a cooker until soft. 2. Peel the potato skins and grate the potatoes into a bowl. Set aside. 3. Chop the broccoli florets into tiny pieces. 4. Heat a large frying pan. Add 1 tbsp Gold winner oil and the shredded broccoli. 5. Add the coriander and cumin powder, salt, turmeric, green chillies and chaat masala. 6. Once the broccoli is soft, remove from heat and cool. 7. Your kid can first add potatoes to broccoli and mix, add coriander and spring onions. 8. can shape the mixture into patties (about 2cm thick). 9. Place in the fridge until you are ready to cook them. 10. Heat a tava and place the patti on until they brown. Flip to cook the other side. 11. Serve with ketchup or your favourite chutney.
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An excellent use of excess kaju katli is to use it as cashew substitute in malai kofta. Kaju Katlis are primarily made of cashews, ghee and sugar. Just mash the kaju katli and add it as sugar and cashew substitute to make the gravy for malai kofta. Have any such interesting cooking ideas? Share with us in the comments below
Loaded with nutrients, mushrooms are also a rich source of Vitamin D. Along with spinach, this soup is packed with the goodness of simple tastes and is low in calories. Directions 1.Heat oil in a large pan. Add cashews and cook until lightly golden. 2. Add raisins and pistachios, and cook until the raisins puff up. 3. Add the grated carrots to the pan and cook for 5 minutes, stirring occasionally. 4. Add the ground almonds and almond milk. 5. Mix well and reduce heat to low-medium. Cook for 15 minutes. 6. Add sugar, vegan butter, salt, and cardamom. Mix ingredients and cook until all the almond milk has almost been absorbed. Stir occasionally. 7.Taste and adjust sweet. Continue to cook until you get desired consistency and colour.
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