“Magical tiffin box’ brings a sense of relief to the 21st century moms: Life is a challenge for the 21st century moms as they have to manage the 360 degrees of life. Mornings are the rush hours as sh…

“Magical tiffin box’ brings a sense of relief to the 21st century moms:
Life is a challenge for the 21st century moms as they have to manage the 360 degrees of life. Mornings are the rush hours as she manages to pack lunch boxes for her children and hubby. She feels very frustrated at the end of the day when her little darling does not touch the tiffin and returns home hungry and irritated. Magical tiffin box brings a collection of 110 recipes, easy to prepare and serve; it’s a sense of relief for the moms.
Easily available ingredients can be permuted and combined to obtain tasty dishes which does involve little or no great preparation time. The book ‘Magical tiffin box’ written by Sweta Chakraborty is a collection of 110 recipes categorized as vegetarian, non vegetarian, irresistible bites, diabetic special and party recipes. Mouth watering dishes can be prepared at the minimum possible time.
The concept of easy recipes were derived by food blogger Sweta Chakraborty who herself realized the necessity of easy to prepare tasty dishes compiled together in the form of a manuscript which was easily accepted by Lead start Publishing and the book was brought to the market. Not only the moms but the bachelors, students and forced bachelors too find it easy to follow. Special mention can be given to the nutritional notes attached with each and every recipe. This enables a cook to frame an idea of the calories and nutritional content of the recipes.
The book is available in all internet platforms namely- Amazon, flip kart, u read, infibeam, amazon kindle and other versions. The book was liked by the readers and received good ratings (4/4.5 out of 5 points). Moreover it got good comments from the readers. It’s been on the shelves for display and sale in bookstores like – Oxford, Crosswords and with reputed distributors of the country.
So, if you are still looking for tasty food at the minimum possible time then grab a copy of the book at the earliest. And for moms, you will be surprised to see the tififn box return empty. It’s an end to the tantrums and excuses your child used to bother you with; it’s an end to the eternal dilemma’ what to pack for tomorrow’s tiffin box?’ Lunch hours will be marked as the happy hours of the day.

yummy surprise!

Preparation time: 15 mins Cooking time: 7 mins Serves: 2
A yummy treat for all ages, these banana balls are easy to prepare. Parents can be confident that
they are both palatable and nutritious with essential minerals like Calcium, Magnesium and
Carbohydrates. The sweet balls have a crispy appearance with crunch in every bite. They are ideal
as a snack, lunch box item, for picnics or as a dessert.

2 medium-sized ripe bananas
2 tbsp white flour
1½ tsp suji (semolina)
3 tbsp milk
3 tsp sugar
Oil for frying

1. Mash the bananas by hand. Add the white flour and sugar. Add the suji (this gives it
its crispy taste and appearance). In case the dough feels tight, use a little milk to make
it manageable. Make walnut-sized balls from the dough and set aside.
2. Heat oil in a kadhai or deep frying fan. Test the temperature with a drop of dough – if
it sizzles and rises to the surface, the oil is ready. The oil should not reach smoking
point. Fry all the balls. It will take about 2 mins for them to cook through. When they
turn golden brown, remove the balls from the oil and place on tissue paper to remove
any extra oil.
3. Serve hot, dusted with icing sugar or cool and pack into an airtight box, to eat later.

NUTRITION NOTE [1 serving]
551.3 Cals. Total fat: 41.5gms, Saturated fat: 4.5 gms, Polyunsaturated fat: 27 gms,
Monounsaturated fat: 8.1 gms, Cholesterol: 0.4 mgms, Sodium 12.7 mgms, Potassium
437.4 mgms, Total carbohydrate: 44.2 gms, Dietary fiber: 4.2 gms, Sugar: 21.8 gms, Protein:
4.5 gms

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