5 interesting ways to serve Khakra to kids, you didn’t know before!
Khakra is a dry, crispy and crunchy snack that is found in almost all Gujarati homes. Since I was born and bought up in Mumbai, even we used to enjoy Khakra and Khakra used to be in our pantry almost always.
Khakra is a healthier version of bread and is usually made with whole wheat flour or with soya flour, leafy vegetables like spinach and Methi, and some spices. Now, there are lots of flavors of Khakra available in the market like Plain Khakra, Masala Khakra, Spinach Khakra, Methi Khakra, and many more.
It is eaten any time of day. It can be served with tea or during breakfast or evening snacks or if you just want to binge eat something in between meals.
My son loves Khakra since he loves to binge eat sometimes. Since we as a family love Khakra, I invented 5 different ways to eat Khakra and I am sure you will enjoy them.
Masala Khakra/Khakra Chat:
Now, this Masala Khakra is made with some onions, tomatoes, green chilies, and some coriander.
The recipe is easy:
You just need some Khakra plain or any flavor. Brush butter on the Khakra, sprinkle finely chopped onions, tomatoes, green chili (omit if making for your kid), coriander leaves, and some chat masala, and relish it during evening Snacks with Tea.
Take 3 to 4 Khakra of any flavour, break them into pieces and add in your mixing bowl. Add chopped onions, tomatoes, green chilli (do not add if you are making it for your kid), coriander leaves, chopped raw mangoes, some sev, chat masala and a dash of Lemon Juice. Mix it well and enjoy.
Watch the recipe here
Ditch the fried Tacos, enjoy the whole wheat or any flavor Khakra with the choice of toppings in it. Tacos are made of Corn kernels and are difficult to digest for the baby’s stomach. Whole wheat Khakaras are easy to digest for the kids and fun to eat.
Replace the canopies shells with Khakra. Break the Khakra into big pieces, sprinkle your choice of vegetables and enjoy.
Khakra with spreads:
Khakra with spreads:
Khakra is one versatile bread which can be enjoyed with any spreads like Peanut butter, Curd and mint chutney or with Jam.
So, go ahead and try and let me know in the comment box which one did you liked the most.