"This is a journey of my life since I was all of 12 yrs when I started my hand in cooking to now with displays of my learning and creations of recipes from around the world. My inspiration and role model has always been my Mum who has always created dishes from around the world and excellently well. I do not believe I would ever match to her culinary skills. I remember the times she could cook and bake almost 4-5 dishes in one go without ever letting one go under cooked or burnt! I was born and raised in Dubai, UAE and recently moved to India for family reasons. Kitchenette just means that over the decades, my kitchen has changed from that of my mum's to my uncle and aunt's, to my home in UAE and now in India. Pala't'te, describes both global cuisines ('Palatte'-diverse flavours) and pleasing diverse 'Palates'."

Thursday, 22 November 2012

Veggies in Sweet and Sour Sauce

This recipe goes well with my last Chinese recipe post on Baked Rohu with toasted veggies in Fish Sauce

Veggies in Sweet and Sour Sauce served with rice

When Swapna Thomas, a successful blogger mom requested me to write a guest post for her wonderful blog, I decided what best to create than a kid-friendly recipe. Swapna's blog is for all moms and has wonderful tips and tricks for everyday activities with your precious little ones. As you know it can be tricky and troublesome to come up with unique Kid-friendly recipes for young kids/toddlers. 

I whipped this one up for my toddler who has off late been quite fussy with her greens and always requiring change with almost anything including her food. This recipe goes well with either Noodles or Steamed rice. I served it both with rice and noodles and there was not much of a fuss from her on this make.

Veggies in Sweet and Sour Sauce served with soft Noodles


I am sure your toddler will enjoy this meal as well. I normally add Kid-friendly recipes under labels such as Kids or Kid-friendly in my blog.

Veggies in Sweet and Sour Sauce served up!

For the full recipe, please visit Swapna's blog and enjoy making this one for your little one. Bon Appetit!

Thank you Swapna for the opportunity to feature my recipe in your mom's favourite blog. I appreciate the invite.

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