Adding colour and flavour to the poori makes it very interesting to kids. And, this is a nice way to have kids to have their spinach! For a party, it looks very colourful when there is a platter of colourful pooris.
The quintessential Indian vegetarian dish that is a favourite of many. As far as Indian dishes are concerned, I remember always ordering this as a child whenever my dad would take me to an Indian restaurant. While I try new dishes on a restaurant menu; Paneer Palak is nostalgic and is a healthy and creamy part of the Indian kitchen offerings.
Being made from whole wheat flour, Chapattis are a better health choice to have as a ‘bread’ than the commercial sliced breads. Often, it can be a little boring to have chapattis daily; and I recommend jazzing this humble dish up by adding vegetable pulps/juices when preparing the dough.
This Portuguese soup has many variations and is popular in Portuguese colonies like Goa, and Brazil. The original version of the soup in Goa has a very rustic taste to itself and it can also be jazzed up with cauliflower puree.