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Very often we mum's think of healthy and interesting food options that we can make for our kids especially when they are back from school knowing that their lunch boxes never come back home empty. Hence I always feel its important to give them a healthy and wholesome snack once they are home. When my kid comes home from school I always try and give him some source of carbohydrate combined with proteins along with this, a fruit and milk, or puddings made from milk. Kids normally can't eat too much at one time, so the portions can be small but giving them a little from each of these food group ensures a balanced meal.
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Monday, 28 November 2011
Use all these fried veggies in place of the meat. The vegetarian tikkis taste yummy as well.
1 can of Tuna fish.
1 Boiled Potato
1/2 onion (finely chopped)
2 tbspn of fresh finely chopped coriander
Oil (for shallow frying)
1 Slice of bread (white bread or whole wheat bread)
1 small green chilly (finely chopped)
1/2 tspn garam masala
1/2 tbspn of lemon juice
1 tspn red chilly powder
Wash the tuna fish with water and drain out all the water. Mix the tuna and boiled potato together.
Soak 1 slice of bread in water and squeeze immediately with both hands to remove all the water from the bread. Now break the bread into pieces and add it into the bowl with rest of the ingredients.
Add garam masala.
Add finely chopped coriander and salt.
Mix and mash all ingredients together with hand.
Add lemon juice.
Add red chilly powder and finely chopped green chilly and mix well.
Heat oil in a non stick pan.
Make round flat shapes from the Tuna dough you have prepared. Once the oil is hot turn the flame on medium and put the tikkis (cutlets) into the pan.
Flip, so the other side can cook.
Both the sides should be cooked well and the color should be a nice brown one.
Serve hot with green chutney or tomato ketchup. You can also use other meats like chicken mince or beef mince. This recipe remains same with any other meat you use, however I wash the chicken/beef mince with water, then steam the meat and then follow the steps in this recipe.
“Life expectancy would grow by leaps and bounds if green vegetables smelled as good as bacon.” ~Doug Larson