Kids have an inbuilt radar that spots even a minuscule amount of spinach in their food, and yes, they'll outright refuse it. If this is the story of your life, you must try these simple and delicious spinach recipes by nutritionist Neha Chandna, and you will be amazed to see your fussy eater clean her plate happily.
Palak paratha: A healthy breakfast recipe, palak paratha is not only tasty but nutritious too. All you need to do is make a fine paste of palak and add it to the flough dough to make parathas. You can serve it with tomato ketchup or curd.
Palak Paneer: Not just adults, even kids love paneer and what better than combining it with palak. With the nutrients of palak and paneer, this recipe is both, healthy and tasty.
Palak dip: Cook onions, palak and green chillies, make a paste and add it to a bowl of curd. Sprinkle some salt and black pepper pwder over it, mix. This tasty palak dip takes only a few minutes to prepare. You can serve it with sandwiches, roti or any snacks.
Palak pulav/rice: With a dash of Indian spices and finely chopped palak (you can even use palak paste), add a twist to usual zeera rice or vegetable pulav. And it goes without saying that this recipe scores high on the nutrient profile.
Palak dal: Did you know that adding palak to toor dal makes for an appetizing and tasty recipe? Well, the next time you prepare dal, try palak dal instead of the usual one and your kids will surely love it.