Friday, January 11, 2013

Fun with Salad


~ Fun with Veggies ~

Salads make  perfect mini meals during busy days , and 
the best way to make the lil ones enjoy this mini power meal
 is to add some crazy fun to normal veggies. 
What about transforming vegetables into fruits or botanically 
speaking fruits into some other fruits , sounds confusing 
isn't it ?????? These easy to make  Fruitoveggies will
 surely be welcomed with a big big smile...........


Cucumber Grapes 


Very few of us know that cucumber is actually a fruit  with more than 90% 
water but like tomatoes and squash they are often perceived prepared
 and eaten a veggies!!! ( source- Wikipedia)


Cuto (Cucumber -tomato) Watermelons


Sliced & halved cucumbers topped with halved tomato slice
 & nigella (kalonji) seeds.
The humble tomatoes with treasures of antioxidants are
 actually  fruits !!!!!! 




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