Monday, September 27, 2010

Cooking for Advay - Platter with pan fried egg and Chena Paratha

Advays term break is on for a week,so these days i have to  keep him entertained for the whole dayand that too with a proper routine.As soon as one activity is over he comes and asks me what to do next,its his afternoon nap time now and me time for me so i am on with this post ;-)
Prepared this platter for him for todays lunch which has pan fried egg and paratha prepared from leftover
chhena ki sabzi .

To prepare Chhena/Curdled cheese at home - refer this post ,
For Paratha Dough - mix cheena ki sabzi with wholewheat flour and few drops of oil ,no need to add water.

Divide the dough into lemon sized balls.
roll out with help of rolling pin
place on a heated tava and roast till brown from both sides.
cool and cut with help of cookie cutter,for this platter i have used star and aeroplane shape.
I felt so good when Advay finished everything on his own.:-)
we had paratha with egg curry

Thats all frens.this whole week its goona be recipes for kids,..;-)
this platter is joining kids delight event theme this month being finger foods hosted by Srivalli
u all tk cre,wish u all happy week ahead.

11 comments:

Jeanne said...

Beautiful lunch! I love the shapes you made with the dough.

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Smitha said...

Yummy treat for the kids...I love the first pic!!

Priya said...

Beautiful dishes, definitely a kid's friendly paratha,yummy fried eggs..

LG said...

Star shaped paranthas look lovely Pri, Advay must be having lovely time eating all these :)

Nisha said...

Sound syum ,liked your paneer paratha

Srivalli said...

Thats good priyanka..you really have to come up with so many ideas to keep them occupied..hope you can send in some dishes for the Kids delight..

parathas look so cute!

homecooked said...

Wow..that paratha and egg curry looks so good! I'm sure it got over in a jiffy :)

women-wisdom.com said...

Beautiful recipe. I love the stars in your platter. Sure kids will love it.
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Home Cooked Oriya Food said...

love the cute shapes... no wonder he finished them off by himself...

Uma said...

nice dishes. looks so delicious!!