Start your week's Kids Lunch box meal with a healthy option of Aloo Beetroot Baby Corn Sabzi, Tadkewali Masoor Dal & Phulka. In this meal box we have filled in as many vegetables to keep it rich and healthy. The sabzi is made with good crunch of vegetables and goes really well with creamy masoor dal.
The tadke wali dal is so comforting to eat and it is rich source of protein and also rich in vitamin B1 and folic acid. Both the dishes are then accompanied by Phulkas that are easy and simple to make at home.
For kids you can either omit the dal and simply serve the baby corn sabzi along with roti and dahi and for your office lunch box you can also try our various other kinds of dal like Yellow Pumpkin Dal Recipe or Methi Masoor Dal Recipe in order to add some greens to your dish.
The sabzi can also vary by adding Aloo Baingan Ki Sabzi Recipe (Ringna Bateta Nu Shaak) to add in a different taste of vegetable to the whole lunch box idea.
Packing your meal box with loads of vegetables will help you gain good amount of nutrients.The crunchy vegetables like beetroot,baby corn, carrot and green beans is tossed with simple flavours like ginger and garlic that is sauteed in mustard oil and mustard seeds.
Try our other Vegetables Sabzi that you would enjoy :
- Aloo Gobi Ki Sabzi Recipe (Spicy Potato and Cauliflower Vegetable)
- Aloo Baingan Ki Sabzi Recipe (Ringna Batata Nu Shaak)
- Batata nu Shaak Recipe (Aloo Tamatar Ki Sabzi)
Adding protein to your everyday meal is very essential, especially when you are packing your meal box for kids. The masoor dal is cooked with Indian spices and then given a spicy tempering on top which helps to enhance the flavour even more.
If you are looking for more dal recipes, you can try our recipes using different kinds of dal :
- Gujarati Dal Recipe (Sweet Tangy and Spicy Lentil Curry)
- Smoked Dal Makhani Dhaba Style Recipe
- Lauki Chana Dal Recipe (Bottle Gourd Cooked in Lentil Curry)
Phulkas are the basic Indian breads that is prepared in most of the households. The puffiness comes from the technique cooking the bread directly over the flame. This will help in keeping the bread soft and easy to eat with dals and subzis.
If you would like to try out different kinds of Indian bread :
- Methi Khakra Recipe (Gujarati Savory Crispy Flat Bread)
- Homemade Butter Naan Recipe (Soft Yogurt Bread)
- Bhatura Recipe (Fried Puffed Yogurt Bread)