Monsoon food ideas for kids with rainbow colours

Monsoon food ideas for kids with rainbow colours

Finally the monsoon season has started with a bang, and Mumbai is already drenched in its heavy rain. However rains cannot be enjoyed if you do not offer a complementing meal to it. Well in this post I and Foram Modi from The Slim Possible Diet have shared some Monsoon food ideas for kids with rainbow colours.

Generally, kids or adults of any age would love to munch on hot pakodas, chai, vada pav etc during rainy season. It’s fun to enjoy these food once a while, but to maintain a healthy lifestyle we need to consume nutrient based foods. Today, Ill be sharing how we can entice young minds to eat healthy and enjoy the monsoon through rainbow colours. 

So let’s begin with our first colour and a beautiful presentation by my friend Foram Modi

1 VIOLET

Foram has made lovely iddiyapam and given a natural violet colour using jamun as the key ingredient in her recipe !! Well jamun in indiyappam is never heard before but this twist in her recipe focuses on health and taste making it special for the kids. Check the recipe in the post

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Violet Idiyappam nest Its a healthy twist in traditional Idiyappam For Violet color: *Soak jambu ( black plump/ Jambul / Black jambul/ Indian blackberry etc) *Deseed them carefully. *Blend the pulp in the blender by adding 2-3 spoons if wastewater and pinch of salt. *Strain the pulp and keep aside ( use immediately ) For Idiyappam : *2 ½ cups roasted rice flour ( You can roast at home ) *1 cups salted boiling water( use as per need) INSTRUCTIONS *Place rice flour in a heatproof bowl. *Add the violet pulp and mix well Add warm water little by little and stir with a spoon. Mix you smooth dough when warm ( maybe warm be careful) *Brush the idiyappam steamer or idli steamer lightly with oil. *Fill the greased idiyappam press( chalky press) with the dough, and close with a lid. *Press into noodles onto the greased idli steamer molds. *Place the idli molds in the steamer. *Close with lid. Steam for 5- 6 minutes. *Turn off the heat. Leave the steamer to cool slightly before opening the lid. *Serve warm but if your sending your child for tiffin add little ghee and pack in foil paper. 🐦For garnish *I wanted to make it as a Bird's nest with egg 🥚 and sparrows🐦. *For nest place the idiyappam like nest close to each other. *For 🥚 egg make roll cheese or paneer ( I used cheese @britanniacheese ) into a round shape For making it more colorful you can add @cadburydairymilkin Gems For sparrow, I used sparrow cookie mold and cut paneer using it and sprinkles chat masala 🐥🐤 Sprinkle it with chocolate flakes Enjoy the nest with a pure veg egg😅😆 Do give it a try and tag us #slimpissiblediet and #themagicplatter And comment below if you like it. #slimpissiblediet #foodart #foramkmodi #eurokidspreschool #eurokidsmiraroad #foodfun#learning #violet #rainbowweek #vivaankmodi #recipe #bird #best #pureveg #colourforlife #themagicplatter#foodart#idiyappam Ps: I'm not a master, just learning food art, ignore the mistake.😅🥰

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2. PURPLE

Our second monsoon food idea for kids  is very dear to me, bcaz i just encountered various health benefits of purple cabbage and have shared a south indian salad recipe. 

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Hi fellas, as a part of the rainbow week organised by me and @foramkmodi I am sharing todays theme indigo colour food recipe called RED CABBAGE AND COCONUT PORIYAL. .. This can be also an healthy option which can be given to kids in their snack and lunch box and ill also share it as a part of our giveaway initiative #BackToSchoolDabba .. RECIPE Ingredients ✔️ 1 cup chopped red cabbage ✔️ 1/4 cup grated coconut ✔️ 1/2 small onion ✔️ 1 or 2 garlic cloves ✔️ 1 red mirichi (optional) ✔️ 1 tsp urad dal ✔️ 1 tsp cummin seeds ✔️ 1 tsp mustard ✔️ 2 to 3 curry leaves ✔️ 2tsp oil ✔️ salt as per taste . Method ✨in a pan heat oil,add urad dal, mustard seeds and let them crackle ✨add curry leaves and red cabbage and saute it for 2 mins ✨ cover the lid and let it cook for 4 to 5 mins ✨ in the mean time grind all the other ingredients together and make a dry paste ✨ add it into the cooked cabbage ✨ add salt and let it cool and serve warm .. For the monster inc foodart i have given the shape of the monster with the recipe and added cheese and cadbury balls as eyes and bread as mouth .. #vegetarianrecipe #recipeoftheday #southindianfood #flatlay #theuncommonbox #creativeflatlays #yummymummy #flatlaylover #vegetarianfood #snackbox #snackideas #snackitup #kidsmealideas #kidslunchboxideas #instafood #instamom #mumbaimommyblogger #slimpossiblediet #themagicplatter #muvdeclikzz

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3. BLUE

Technically it is very tricky to have natural blue colour to give it to our meals unless you use food colour. But since we are talking about health and kids we decided not to add any artificial flavours and Foram choose to make blueberry jam sandwhich

4. GREEN

A lot can be done with green colour, since you can use spinach or peas and have ample of varieties. However I chose to make Green Moong Dal Chilla and my focus was more into foodart and he enjoyed it completely.

5. YELLOW

Most of the kitchen ingredients are yellow colour. And i choose a meal which can go even in the lunch box easily i.e Lemon Rice. But what if the rice looks like a Giraffe, will you have it ? I bet you will.

6. Orange

Carrots work the best to give an orange colour to your meals and thats what we did , we made carrot shaped bread pizza using carrots. Confused ? Well this is how it looks like

8. RED

This one is very special to me. We are dosa lover family and hence i decided to make beetroot dosa for my son and at the same time wanted to surprise him with his fav charachter PEPPA PIG FOODART. But my son outrightly rejected saying its not Peppa Pig. Well it did not work for me , hopefully should work for you.

Well these are some Monsoon food ideas for kids with rainbow colours. Hope you loved it and do make few recipes or foodart for your kids too.

Also you can check many more foodarts made by me over here.



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