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Egg Rolls are a perfect Lunch Box for the kids. With a little advance preparation, your mornings for packing lunches can become a breeze. I keep the sauces in a separate box and also avoid the chillies for their lunch. The kids dip the rolls in the sauce and love them for school. Its easy to hold on to, as well. CLICK HERE FOR THE RECIPE OF EGG ROLLS
Rajma Chawal is one great lunch box dish that stays and tastes well even when cold. I usually pack it along with yogurt or with steamed vegetables or sliced raw carrots. Below is the video recipe of the this dish.
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A qucik caulifower sabzi for a lunch box can be make as quickly as 15 minutes if you have all ingredients ready the previous day. It stays well through the day and children simply love this combination.
Recipe: Quick Cauliflower Sabzi
Grilled Mushrooms Sandwiches packed for a lunch is delicious, filling and nutricious for lunch. Pack along with fruits or a some fresh lemonade and will keep the child refreshed.
Green Moong kichadi is something that all of us make at home, but all that I did to this recipe was to add some spices and made it a little like a pulav, along with some added vegetables. During the Mango season I served with Mangoes, but else, my children like it with some papad.
Recipe: Moong Dal Pulav ( it is similar to the Black Eyed Bean Pulav)
A lot of thought process goes into what type of rice varieties I can offer my children. Then came a thought that I could add various legumes like black eyed peas along with steamed vegetables, will make a protien rich lunch. I sometimes serve the rice with papads and sometimes with fruits. So it breaks the monotony of eating just plain rice.