A quick and tasty breakfast recipe. All you need is
cheese 1/4 cup grated
salt to taste
chilli powder according to taste
1tsp oil ( to grease the tava/pan)
bread slices 2
lightly beat the eggs, add salt, chilli powder according to taste. Heat tava/ pan and lightly grease with oil. turn the heat medium, pour the egg mix, sprinkle the spinach and cheese.
(I used cheese slices as I didn’t have other cheese)
cut the bread slices diagonally. put the slices over the cooking omelette, spread butter on the top.
cover and cook for a minute. and it is done 🙂
cut the wedges and serve.
Today’s lunch for kids
Beetroot rice: beetroot gave this beautiful colour to the ordinary steamed white rice and turned it into a special dish. Took just five minutes. A hint of lemon at the end balances the sweetness of the beetroot. My daughter called it red lemon rice
Spinach and cabbage salad: isn’t it lovely to be able to use your garden greens to make something healthy. I added a bit of grated coconut as well to the salad. A quick, healthy and tasty salad.
I managed to have some greens from my planters the other day.
I know its not too much or even enough for preparing one serving, but it is my first yield, so I have to show off 😉
It is mix or Amaranth, Spinach and Mustard greens.
this is what it turned out into
so tasty!!! now I am waiting for the next yield.
Beans with Spinach Recipe
Just before her second birthday Achala was diagnosed anemic due to iron deficiency. It is quite difficult to make her eat vegetables. Most of the times Achala eats only roti (Indian bread) and only chawal (steamed rice) without any dal (pulses) or sabji (vegetable dish). She is very choosy about what to eat. So I mix two or three vegetables to make a dish (which I think she will eat). In this dish I have used spinach and okra (ladyfinger) with french beans
Makes 3 servings
1 cup french beans
1/4 cup okra
1/2 cup spinach
2 tsp oil
1/2 tsp salt
1/2 tsp coriander powder
1/4 tsp turmeric powder
1/2 tsp cumin seeds
1. heat oil in pan
2. add cumin seeds
3. add all veg and saute’
4. add all the masala
5. cover and cook on low heat till done
Total Carbohydrates 14%
Dietary Fiber 65%
Vitamin A 14% • Vitamin C 15%
Calcium 13% • Iron 15%. Sodium 17% .
* Based on a 2000 calorie diet
# Low in saturated fat
# No cholesterol
# Very low in sugar
# Very high in dietary fiber
# High in manganese
# High in magnesium
# High in potassium
# High in thiamin
Read more: http://caloriecount.about.com/beans-spinach-recipe-r281698#ixzz0VlwnYh8q