March 23, 2015 by Sandhya Hariharan
A fortnight ago , just like any other weekday morning, I was buzy sipping my morning tea. After sending my elder one off to school I was having some time for myself checking my emails, facebook , news and so forth. I read a message from Vidya about doing a guest post in her space , specially for toddlers. She such a lovely and warm person , I have known e-socially over the last couple of months .How can I refuse ? I had no second thought as I knew I was going to do that. Thank you for giving me all the time in the world and let do this interesting delight at my pace.
We are a family who love to have a mixed variety in a meal all through the week. I am sure, in this modern world most people would. Our diet varies from Palakad South Indian cooking to a Northindian Paratha ,Curry to a Pasta Bake and what not? Guess this post will have a never ending page , if I have to list the elaborate choices we have.
Undoubtedly we love our regular flame baked phulka's with any dry vegetable curry or may b dal or paneer delicacies or if pulse arenas. We love spinach and its rich in iron content is definitely something that makes us include in our diet ritually. When it comes to kids, getting my son V eat his spinach in gravy or a molagutal ( southindian lentil coconut curry) is slightly tricky. Knowing his love for Parathas , I decided to use them in the dough.It was a complete win win situation, as the all the required spinach is being consumed and yet there no complain from the boy of 7 years. All that he tells me is that the Green Chapathi is Yumm. An easy way of sneaking in the greens into our diet.
Traditionally Modern food for the detailed recipe.