With this thoughts sneak a peak into the roundup for Kids Special event.
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How many of you are addicted to SOAP or the so called Mega Serials? Wait don't come to a conclusion that I am going to bore you and waste your time. Even I belong to the north pole who considers watching serials as a sin(not to hurt anyone). But recently I had an opportunity to watch a serial on Vijay T.V and I felt compelled to share it with you all.
Mommy happily welcomes her daughters who are back from school. (Who is Mommy? A busy working woman who hardly takes care of her family and leaves her adorable kids to the servant maid(who is very sweet). Unfortunately her maid is on leave and she is forced to take care of her kids)
Mommy: What do you want gals, Horlicks or Coffee?
Daughters: Mommy don't you know that we have horlicks only
Mommy: ok, great. (After sometime she brings 2 cups of Horlicks)
Daughter 1: Mommy, why did you add sugar, it sucks.
Daughter 2: (Adamantly) I don't want to drink this...
Mommy gets irritated and she goes in to the kitchen to prepare it without sugar and notices the leftover food in kid's lunch box. (I don't know why she opened the lunch box when she had to make Horlicks 😉 )
She gets super annoyed now and yells at her adorable kids.
Mommy: Why didn't you eat?
Daughter 1: It was really bad, I didn't like it at all. You don't cook as good as Sumathi Aunty(maid)
Daughter 2: (nods her head) ...
and it goes on forever................ What do you think the moral of the story is? If you are addicted to serials you might think Mommy is irresponsible and a bad cook. But since I am not a serial addict(lol), according to me the moral is - It is very challenging to cook for KIDS. Most of you will agree to my discovery. Won't you?
Sigh... If you are the one who squeezes your mind everyday, graze the web for the recipe ideas for your kids, then you are in the right place. Trust me, you will be flooded with ideas after reading the roundup. Thanks to all the bloggers friends who have contributed their lovely recipes to this event.
Shanthi ji has prepared Crunchy, colorful, tangy and healthy salad for kids. She believes in serving food for the needy.
Padma reflects my thought, she says the kids are very choosy about veggies. So she uses their favorite ingredient 'cheese' to lure them. Look at the fusion Indian dishes that she made for her kids.You all must be familiar with this duo, they post amazing recipes at their blog. Lets sneak a peek in to their fab food world.
Lata ji brings in wonderful flavor and taste in what ever she cooks. She proactively prepares the ICC challenge recipes ahead of time and generously shares her notes. Thanks Lata ji your tips helps me and prevents disaster in my kitchen.
Supriya shares the secret of preparing healthy custard using organic fruits she picked from the farm market.
Non-Vegetarians, please take a look at the barbecue chicken Lissie prepared for her family. Mouth watering isn't it?
This recipe has loads of Iron and it helps in preventing anemia. It is made of easily available ingredients that are not expensive and also very easy to prepare ie can be prepared in 5 minutes. PJ relished this as a child and she also serves this to her little angel. She has also sent Susheela to your home.
Who doesn't love paniyarams and cheese? Wouldn't you say no if it is served together. See what Priya has prepared for her son.
Vineela's blog has amazing collection of rare recipes and she has sent some garlic bread for us to relish it with the soup. Perfect for the season. Isn't it?
Kamala has prepared two easy and traditional snacks for her kids.
Suma has prepared delicious Wintermelon Halwa aka Kasi halwa to indulgence herself. She has also sent Tadka Moong dhal for this event.
I am completely in love with Bindiya's Coconut Laddoos. This delicacy can be prepared in jiffy and it needs 2 ingredients only.
From 'Dil Se...', Divya has contributed 6 Delicious and Kids friendly recipes. Check out her lovely space. Renu's decadent Beetroot halwa reminds me of home. Look at the color...Don't you feel like compromising your diet plan?
Do you like the Smoky flavor in your dish, then check out Pari's Smoky Spinach Potato Curry.
She is a Super Woman I would say. I am simply AWED at her creations. She posts mouth watering and innovative recipes with different types of ingredients almost everyday at her blog. I am sure you would have guessed it by now, yes check out what Priya has prepared for her Kids.
Do you want to try Malaysian recipes with Indian touch, then check out Sudha's blog. She has sent lovely Spinach koftas for this Kids Special event.
You will simply enjoy the recipes sent by Sara. Do check out her Oats Feast and Cakes and Cookies event in her blog.
Nisha sends her mouth watering Panner Sandwich for this event. I loved the grilling effect on those sandwiches. I am sure Kids will love this too.
Nivedita shares the secret of feeding Green leaf vegetables to Kids. Click to read more..
Looking for a blog to chill, then visit Cool Lassie. She has sent Sugar plum Balls - the Sugar for this event.
Guess this blogger. Clue: She has a Food Treasure.
Her recipes adds spice to your taste buds. See what Spice buds has prepared for Kids.
Last but not least, this entry is from my guest writer Mrs.Parvadha Vardhini. She was so kind enough to take pictures and send her entry for this event. Thanks Mam.