These make for a perfect snack on game day or otherwise…
Pav bhaji is a favorite Indian street food full of vegetables and is very flavorful and delicious! Pav means pull apart buns and bhaji means vegetable mash! It is one dish that is the favorite of kids and adults alike! Many vegetables that the kids don’t like can be hidden in this dish. So don’t hesitate to experiment and hide
*Corn Zucchini Fritters/Bhajiyas* INGREDIENTS: 1 C grated zucchini 1 C whole fresh or frozen corn 1C fresh chopped spinach or greens of your choice 1 C raw grated potato 1 C thinly sliced onion 1/4 C oat flour or rolled oats 1/4 C rice flour 1 T roasted cumin 1-2 T chopped jalapeno or green chillies 1/4 C chopped cilantro
Sprouts are the highest in anti-oxidants, similar to berries and many other fruits and vegetables. They are a powerhouse of nutrients and pack a sizable amount of proteins as well. Whole beans and lentils are very easy to sprout and add a wonderful variety to any meal. They can be lightly blanched, cooked, ground up for flour/dough, add a crunch
Oil-free Tadka or Seasoning Ingredients:1 C chana dal (split chana dal) 1 C urad dal (split urad dal) 1 C jeera 1 C small black mustard seeds 1 C sesame seeds 1 C dry red chilies 1 C curry leaves Method: 1. Heat a wok or steel kadai on medium heat.2. Roast each dal separately, stir constantly until golden brown.
Simple Whole Wheat Spicy Bread – without Kneading! Ingredients:1 1/2 C unbleached, whole wheat flour 1 1/2 C unbleached, all purpose flour 1/4 tsp yeast 1 tsp salt 1 or 1 1/2 C water (If you add chopped greens you will need only 1C water. But if you use dried herbs you will need a total of 1 1/2 C