Taste Buds Tickling Recipes for Children

These superb recipes for children are not only tasty but also satisfy their nutritive needs.

Stimulating flavors and enticing presentation will pull your child to the table and the taste will leave them wanting more. Watch out for overweight!

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White Chicken

A delicious and nutritious recipe for children.

Ingredients:

  • Chicken
    250 grams, medium size boneless pieces without the skin.

  • Cashew nuts (blanched)
    100grams, soaked for 4-8 hours, and then made into fine thick paste of dropping consistency.

    Cashew nuts have delicate flavour and pleasant taste that appeals children. They are all time favorite as snack, but are not recommended for toddlers for fear of chocking.

    Cashew nuts, also known as “nature's vitamin pill,” have high nutritive value. It is a concentrated form of food, rich in minerals and vitamins and in each 100 grams it provides approximately 800 calories and 24 grams proteins.
  • Milk 1 cup

  • Corn flour 1-2 teaspoons full

  • Butter 1 table spoon

  • Water as needed

  • Black pepper powder; sprinkle a little for flavor and taste

  • Salt to taste

  • Vinegar; white 1 table spoon

  • Lemon, parsley, cherry, strawberry (all optional)

Method:

  • Clean cut Chicken and marinate with salt and vinegar for
    15 – 30 minutes.

  • Stir-fry the chicken in butter for about 5 minutes.

  • Cover the pan and reduce the heat to let chicken cook slowly. It will be done in about 20 minutes.

  • Now add Cashew paste and if needed little water and fold it in into chicken pieces and the chicken stock that is formed. Let it come to boiling.

  • Sprinkle pepper powder (optional and to the taste) and fold it in.

  • Next blend corn flour in the cup of cold milk, pour the mixture in gradually - folding it in as you pour it to avoid lump formation.

  • Again let it cook covered on low heat for about 10 minutes.

  • Sprinkle few drops of fresh lemon juice (optional)– it adds to taste and flavor and is rich in vitamin C.

  • Garnish with cherry/strawberry and parsley or any other way that your child likes.

  • Serve hot with rice, bread, Nan, Paratha (a type of Indian bread) or boiled potatoes.

A tip to get the best effect from the recipes for children

Slow cooking process generates flavors, which stimulates children’s appetite. You will find your child coming to kitchen and asking, “what’s cooking Mom? I am hungry”

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