There's a new challenge on the block! A new challenge by the name #WhatsInYourKidsDabba is making the rounds in celebrity circles. The challenge's name tells you what it's all about. The participant will have to share a photo or a recipe for the most popular dish that goes into their children's dabba! Former actress Twinkle Khanna shared the recipe for a Rava and Ragi Idli dish and nominated Namrata Shirodkar among others. As a part of the challenge, Namrata shared a photo of herself with a plate full of her kids' favorite dishes, which is Chola masala, bhendi poriyal, and yellow rice. Namrata also shared the detailed recipe in her caption! Namrata further nominated her sister Shilpa Shirodkar; and chefs Rashmi Patkar and Sheetal Vanjari.
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Thank you @twinklerkhanna for nominating me. Here is what’s in my kids dabba! #Tweakindia #WhatsInYourKidsDabba - Chola masala, Bhendi poriyal & some yellow rice to go with it! This dish is their favourite because it satisfies their Indian food cravings, so its on the kids menu once every week. I like to keep it simple with what I feed them. A healthy and wholesome meal with small indulgences. A tip that I always stick by is using a spoonful of pure ghee or cold-pressed coconut oil while cooking. It's non-greasy and easy on their tiny stomachs! Here is my recipe for the Bhendi poriyal: 250 grams bhindi 1 tsp oil ½ tsp mustard seeds ½ tsp cumin seeds 8 to 10 curry leaves 50 gms chopped onion 1 green chilli chopped 50 gms fresh coconut A pinch of asafoetida (hing) 1 tsp turmeric powder 1 tbsp chopped coriander leaves salt as per taste Method:- Wash bhindi twice and dry it. Wipe them with a tissue or dry cloth Chop them round and keep aside Take a pan and heat the oil, add mustard seeds, cumin seeds & saute Then add hing, turmeric, chopped onions & curry leaves Sprinkle some fresh coconut and add the bhindi Cook on slow flame Salt according to taste Garnish with coriander. I nominate @shilpashirodkar73, @the_dabbawali and & @chef_sheetalvanjari to let us have a peek at what they put on their little one’s plate.