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Moon Daal Ka Cheela

How often do you hear things like "I won't eat this, it's too spicy!" or "I hate.... Why do I have to eat it?" or "This is lumpy. I don't like it."? Cooking for kids is tricky at best! They reject foods for all sorts of reasons: spice, texture, ingredients....

From Sandwiches Indian Style to Moong Daal Ka Cheela (pictured above), Kid-friendly Indian Recipes is a list of recipes for foods that I have found my kids, just like a lot of others I have come across, love. Some are favorites because they are mild or neutral tasting, others because they are made with favorite (and still healthy) ingredients and still others because they are just too tasty to resist. Take a look.

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September 1, 2013 at 10:44 pm
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