Creating recipes is always fun, and if it’s for kids it’s that much more special. So what works best for your kids when they are not in a mood to eat anything? A few things, right? How about chocolate :). It works, always works. At least with me it always has. So it wasn’t a surprise that I let this one be done by kids (under adult supervision, obviously).
The recipe is a little here n there so make sure to follow it step by step. And don’t worry, we do have the video recipe as well so you can refer to it once you are through this text and downloadable version of the recipe.
And like we said at the start, there would be a video recipe to help you with the step by step process on the whole process. So here it is. Oh and by the way, a couple of kids did this video recipe (with adult supervision) so I am sure you will enjoy it that much more :). Do let us know in the comments!!
Dahi Vada or Dahi Bhalla, whatever the name you call it, is famous in whole India. These vadas are made with yellow lentils and green lentils and accompanied with yogurt and an instant tangy and sweet sauce.
Dahi Vada is one of the famous festive item in every Indian home. These are made with love and off course made in bulk. Whenever we had Dahi vada at home or at any occasion we just sit in the corner and enjoy most spongy and chat pata item and hope no one disturbs you in your own world. Actually it happens to me. Dahi Vadas are really easy to make for any festive season.
The hot deep fried vadas are first soaked in luke warm water and transferred to thick beaten yogurt. To add more flavour they may be topped with coriander or mint leaves and for garnishing dry mango powder sauce (amchur ki chutney) is best.
Holi Special Dahi Vada Recipe
Author: Flavour Basket
Serves: Serving 4
Serving size: 1
Fat: 0.3 g
Saturated fat: 0
Unsaturated fat: 0
Trans fat: 0
Carbohydrates: 22 g
Sugar: 2 g
Sodium: 82 mg
Fiber: 2 g
Protein: 11 g
Recipe type: Street Food, Festive Items, Snack, Healthy Snack
Everyone love this chocolaty, shiny and hot melted lava inside , Eggless Molten Chocolate Lava Cake is prepared in minutes and this lava can melt any lover’s heart.
Preparation Time – 15 Mins
Cooking Time – 7 to 8 Mins
Eggless Molten Chocolate Lava Cake is really having a science to make it. I have to experiment it for 6 times with all failures and 7th one was a hit. The basic science is to make it the right temperature with the right baking time other wise it will turn out just like a cup cake or just melted lava. I have make it in 230°C temperature with 7 mins baking time. There is one technique to make lava cake is the high temperature and less baking time and the baking time is depends on the size of the ramekins and moulds. So next time when you make these cute lava cakes first check the right baking time for them.
Rasgulla is a super soft , milk- white and the famous bengali sweet which is relished in all over India and popular in abroad as well.
Preparation Time – 15 MinsCooking Time – 20 MinsMakes 10 rasgulla
This time I made the perfect Rasgulla…first two trial was the disaster. This time my Rasgulla were juicy, spongy and super soft. Its tricky to make perfect rasgulla but process is easy from the amount of lemon juice used to make the lump free chenna, to the right consistency of sugar water.
Ingredients For Rasgulla
Full Cream Milk – 1 ltr
lemon – 2 (squeeze out the juice)
For Sugar Syrup
Water – 8 Cup
Sugar – 2 Cup
Method For Rasgulla
Boil the full cream milk.
Once the milk starts boiling switch off the flame and wait for 1 minute.
Add the lemon juice gradually and keep stirring gently.
When completely curdled (when the chenna and the greenish water separates out ) strain the chenna using muslin cloth.
Place the chenna with the muslin cloth and wash it with cold water for 2-3 times to remove the lemony flavour from the chenna.
Tie and hang for 3 mins for extra water to drain out.
For Sugar Syrup
Put the water in a wide and deep pan.
Add the sugar and bring to boil whole stirring occasionally.
How To Proceed
Meanwhile, squeeze the muslin cloth and drain out the remaining water.
Take out the chenna from the muslin cloth to flat plate and knead it for 4 to 5 mins to make it smooth and lump free.
Divide the chenna into equal portions and roll each portion into small balls using your palms.
Now when the syrup is boiling add the balls into it and cover it.
Boil the balls for 15 mins while checking in between for 1-2 times. Keep the flame on high.The water should be continuously boiling.
The balls will become double in size,
Switch off the flame and let it rest till rasgulla come in room temperature.
Remove gently into a bowl, refrigerate and serve chilled.
Chocolate Burfi is made from milk and dark chocolate, a special dessert for festival and parties, take a bite and chew for a minute to let the flavours float in your mouth and let your taste buds arouse.
Preparation Time – 5 MinsCooking Time – 45 MinsMakes 10 burfi
Chocolate is favourite to everyone specially kids like it more So here my second dessert for this festive season is Chocolate burfi. Again this dessert is also in easy recipes list as it has only three ingredients full cream milk, chocolate and sugar. I have used white chocolate too for the topping of Chocolate burfi.
Ingredients For Chocolate Burfi
Full Cream Milk – 1 ltr
Dark Chocolate – 1/3 Cup
Sugar – 3 Tbls
White Chocolate – 1/4 Cup
Method For Chocolate Burfi
Cook the milk on high and medium flame while stirring occasionally.
Add sugar when milk becomes slightly thick or semi solid.
When the mixture becomes thick switch off the flame.
Add dark chocolate and mix it till the chocolate melted completely.
Transfer the chocolate mixture on a greased plate and spread it evenly using a flat spoon.
Melt the white chocolate in double boiler or in microwave.
Spread it evenly on to chocolate mixture.
Let it cool in room temperature.
Once cool make square cuts on the chocolate mixture and refrigerate for 20 to 30 mins.