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Munthiri kothu (Chittu Urundai) is a popular sweet dish in Kanyakumari. Since my MIL is from Nagercoil, she used to make this munthiri kothu often. Even for Ganesha Chaturti, she used to make this as yummy Munthiri kothu as an offering to Lord Ganesha. The main ingredients for filling are Green moong, Sesame seeds, Dry coconut and jaggery. For the outer cover, we need to make a batter with rice and wheat flour and which is used to coat the moong balls and finally deep fry the modak. Mundhiri means "cashew nuts"but, there is no relationship between cashew and this recipe and it doesn't even use cashew in it. In colloquial Tamil of southern districts of tamilnadu and in kerala, mundhiri translate as grapes. It is also deep fried as bunches of three or four which resembles a bunch of grapes, hence the name. 

Most of the time, thinking of kids friendly lunch box dishes are our main challenge. Most of the times, kids tend to bring back most of their lunch back because of many silly reasons. I personally feel that  right dishes with perfect taste always makes them love their lunch. I try to experiment with many dishes and for my kids, and personally my kids love all rice varieties. Especially Cabbage rice and carrot rice are their favorite. This Cabbage Rice is pretty simple to make. Most of us make this same method and prepare poriyal but with this poriyal we can add rice and enrich with ghee and you won't believe kids will love this awesome dish and for us the purpose of making them eat a vegetable also gets completed with this rice!

Paneer Kolhapuri is a very popular Kolhapuri dish which is rich in Paneer and spices. Usually served with Chapati, poori or any Indian Breads. Kolhapuri is a city in Maharashtra and this is one of the famous and popular dish. Spice is on the little higher side in this dish and I love this spicier gravy with Indian Breads. Also this time, I made this awesome dish on a fasting day and hence this is a No Onion No Garlic dish. This No Onion No Garlic Paneer Kolhapuri subzi is good with fried rice or pulao also.

Carrots can be eaten in the variety of ways. The simplest way is raw as carrots are perfectly digestible without requiring cooking. Carrots are excellent for the eyes and it contains large quantities of vitamin A, in the form of beta carotene. It is also good for skin. It will improve the overall health of you and your child, and increase immunity. In fact, two carrots a day can increase your immunity by as much as 70%! Here is the recipe made of Carrot which can made easily and quickly and also very good for health.

Onion Pakoda is a yummy, crispy evening snack. A cup of tea/Coffee with spicy onion pakoda is a wonderful combination. Onion Pakoda is one of the popular evening snack in many fast food shops / pantries / restaurants. We can make many variations of pakoda like Oats Pakoda / Semiya pakoda / Cashewnuts pakoda / peanuts pakoda. Whatsoever new variations we make, the conventional onion pakoda is always a big hit in my family. Especially, during cloudy / rainy days, a cup of hot coffee / tea with a bowl of onion pakoda would make the evening more wonderful.

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