Follow the pizza recipe to make the base and sauce. You will need some spinach to create the green part for the tricolour look. After you have made the base and spread the sauce, spread tomatoes, paneer and spinach in sections, like in the picture. Bake as directed.
Raise your hands if your kid loves pasta! You cannot go wrong with this recipe. All you have to do is get tricolour pasta, which is easily available in stores. Why not tell your kid some inspiring freedom struggle stories while you make this pasta?This is tasty way to give your kid a lesson on India's independence story.
Ditch the layered pulao which is laced with unhealthy food colour. Follow any regular pulao recipe. Then add some chopped carrots to the pulao. You can now celebrate Independence Day with your family over a delicious meal of healthy tricolour pulao.
Independence Day meal can't get any fancier! Get some wholewheat pasta sheets and boil them. Grate 2 carrots and season it with salt, pepper and half teaspoon of fresh cream. This will make your orange (first) layer. Next, crumble 1 cup cottage cheese and season it with salt, pepper and Italian herbs. Make pesto sauce (recipe mentioned below) and you are done! In a baking pan, lay a lasagna sheet, spoon some pesto sauce, then a layer of lasagna sheet, paneer, another lasagna sheet, carrot and end with a lasagna sheet. Brush a little ghee on top and bake on 180 degree Celsius for 30-35 minutes/ till it is done.
This is my favourite Independence day breakfast. You can use the same carrot, paneer and pesto from the earlier recipe and replace lasagna sheet with wholegrain bread. Ta-da! This recipe is popular with both kids and adults.