I am introducing a new column to my blog today namely “Food Art”. I made this so is the result on the occasion of 70th Independence Day of India.
Then I started making her breakfast plate interesting. I began presenting food in colorful shapes and forms and it worked miraculously. My baby loved it a lot and her food is getting vanished in no time.
A big relief for mommy!!!!
It has been now my favorite part of morning chores. I am so pleased to share some of the platters with you.
Today is 15thAugust, 70th Independence day of India. I really missed the celebration here in South Africa…and just want to introduce Indian flag to my darling daughter.The idea struck me was all edible Indian flag.
The National Flag of India is a horizontal rectangular tricolor of deep saffron, white and green; with the Ashoka Chakra, a 24-spoke wheel, in navy blue.
The national flag is popularly known as Tiranga, which means “three colors” or “tricolored”.
I made deep saffron strip of flag with orange slices.
The white plate itself formed middle white strip.
Blanched Capsicum wedges formed lowermost green colored strip.
In order to make Blue ashoka chakra, I used blue colored sprinkles.
A spoon created a rod on which flag is mounted.
That’s all. A tricolor Tiranga is ready.
Vande Mataram!!! Jai Hind!!!