Thursday, August 17, 2017

Avocado whole wheat flatbread/ Paratha - Kids Lunch box Ideas

Trust me when I tell you, "Lemon n Spice - Kids Lunch box ideas" will change your lunch game! This will revolutionize your lunch; whether you need to pack a lunch for school/picnic/the office. Kids will love the scrumptiousness, while busy moms and dads will appreciate the solution for a balanced meal. Give your kids and yourself something to get excited about the lunch!


From the top: Greek yogurt, to the right: fresh organic cherries, Down : Avocado Paratha, to the left :Cool plus probiotic drink and centre :  fruit snacks 

How to make Avocado flatbread / Avocado Paratha
Cooking time: 10 mins, Preparation time: 5mins, Category: Easy and healthy kids lunch box ideas

Ingredients :

Ripe Avocado: 1
Whole wheat flour: 1Cup
Cilantro: 10 leaves, finely chopped
Cumin Powder: 1/2tsp
Flax seed meal: 1/2tsp
Lemon juice from half of a lemon
Ghee: 1tsp
Salt
(Variations: Add Carom seeds / Ajwain seeds: 1/4tsp / finely chopped mint leaves:4 / Italian herb blend: 1/4tsp)

Method:

1. Remove the pit and mash the flesh of Avocado -  Cut the Avocado in half, remove the pit and mash the flesh using a fork/potato masher. Add Lemon juice immediately.

2. Season and make the dough - Add the flax seed meal, cumin powder, salt and cilantro, mix thoroughly. Start adding the whole wheat flour and knead to a smooth dough. You dont have to add water because of the moisture from Avocado pulp.

3. Roll and cook the Avocado Parathas - Heat a cast iron skillet / Tawa on medium flame. Meanwhile, make 4 equal sized balls to make the paratha. Take one ball, dust it with flour and flatten it using your palm and roll the avocado paratha thin using a rolling pin*. Place the paratha on the heated skillet and let it cook. Once you see little bubbles, flip the paratha and drizzle some ghee on top. Press with the spatula on top of the paratha, so that it can puff up a bit. Flip again and drizzle ghee on the other side as well. 

ghee Serve with greek yogurt / Raitha / Curry.

From the top: Greek yogurt, to the right: fresh organic cherries, Down : Avocado Paratha, to the left : Cool plus probiotic drink and centre :  fruit snacks 

Note*- After rolling, I cut the dough with a large heart shaped cookie cutter to keep it in my daughter's lunch box. Viola!!! My avocado hater will definitely fall for the shape. I am using planetbox to pack my 7year old's lunch and thermos if it is a warm lunch.

Happy cooking,
Lena


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