Monday, 12 May 2014

Orange Wedges Chaat

Oranges are excellent source of vitamin C and we never forget to get some kgs from market once they starts showing their heads. Usually i make many bakes, juice,shakes and many more beautiful dishes out of this incredible fruits. My kids are ardent fan of this fruit and they can have anything prepared with this vitamin rich fruits, i can give this fruit as anything and i know they will definitely enjoy it thoroughly. Coming to today's post, its nothing just few orange wedges sprinkled with some chaat masala and i simply named it as Orange wedges chaat.This chaat is my lil one's favourite whenever i make this simple chaat, he will go crazy and he love it to the core. Obviously this chaat is tasted and approved by my lil one and this chaat is most favourite.

A simple evening snacks or a quick dessert to serve after a heavy lunch or dinner, just adjust the amount of chaat masala according to your kid's spice level or else just simply sprinkle salt and enjoy this fruity chaat, you can also add more fresh fruits of your choice and make this chaat more interesting. Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM#40. Sending this pancakes to Kid's Delight-Fat Free Kid's Friendly Recipes guest hosted by me, an event by Srivalli..


3nos Oranges (sliced as wedges)
Chaat masala (as per need)


Arrange the orange wedges in a plate, sprinkle the chaat masala as per need.

Serve as dessert or for evening snacks.

8 comments:

Veena Theagarajan said...

refreshing salad

JASPINDER KAUR said...

Healthy snack after dinner or lunch..

Farin Ahmed said...

Healthy Snack dear

Denny said...

simple and delicious! how come I never thought to do this? :)

Pavani N said...

What a healthy & nutritious snavk.

Varadas Kitchen said...

Nice quick snack.

Harini-Jaya R said...

A quick snack! And the presentation would definitely tempt the kids!

Suma Gandlur said...

I tend to make a mixed fruit chaat but have never tried pairing chaat masala and oranges. A refreshing treat.