Making kids and office lunch boxes healthy yet interesting seems challenging, but not really, with a little bit of thought and planning everything is possible. Here is one such wholesome kids lunch box which has recipes likes Yellow Moong Dal & Onion Paratha served with healthy Beetroot Carrot Raita.
Packing some fruits and and nuts in the kids lunch box is always a good idea. It can be eaten along with the meal or between breakfast and lunch as a mid-morning snack. You can stuff the parathas with absolutely any filling of your choice. Preferably vegetables your child doesn't like to eat, so that you can mash it up, flavour it with some spices and hide it the pockets of the parathas, ensuring they receive the required nutrients.
Serve it along with a delicious Raita which makes the Paratha taste even better. Raita essentially is a refreshing accompaniment to the paratha, apart from that the parathas can also be served along with some, Kanda Keri Nu Kachumber Recipe- Instant Mango Pickle or Green Chutney.
1. Stuffed Yellow Moong Dal And Onion Paratha Recipe
Stuffed parathas are always a great way to camouflage vegetables and include them in your child's diet.
This healthy paratha is stuffed with steamed yellow moong dal along with onions and roasted capsicum,great to be served for breakfast or dinner or even to be packed in the lunch box as well.
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2. Beetroot Carrot Raita Recipe
A super healthy raita, made with freshly grated beetroots and carrots combined with yogurt and seasoned with simple spices, this Beetroot Carrot raita is packed with nutrients.
It can be served along with parathas, pulaos, or just eaten as it as well.
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