3 Power Packed Protein Recipes For Your Family

Salads, Snacks, Breakfast, Main Course



Paneer And Hare Chane Ka Salad, quick and easy protein-rich salad!

Paneer is an excellent combination of taste and health. Paneer is a good source of protein especially for vegetarians who do not get their intake from meat products. 100 gm of paneer yields about 18 gm of protein.

The Hara Chana or Green Chick Peas have a wealth of nutrients like energy, protein, calcium and iron.

This fresh salad combining paneer and hara chana is an excellent protein rich salad that your family is sure to enjoy.


Red kidney beans are used extensively all over the globe. They are called ‘kidney beans’ due to their shape which resembles the human kidney. They are one of the tastiest beans and belong to lentils food group. Red kidney beans are known as ‘rajma‘ in India and they form an important part of a vegetarian diet due to their excellent protein content.

Kidney beans are a rich source of proteins, making them eligible for fulfilling the major daily protein requirements. With eight essential amino acids present in them, kidney beans help in fighting against several diseases and boosting the immunity system.

This tasty and filling rajma stuffed parathas combined with cheese is a healthy addition to your meal and uses very less oil.


Sprouts contain a significant amount of protein and dietary fiber, as well as vitamin K, folate, pantothenic acid, niacin, thiamin, vitamin C, vitamin A, and riboflavin. In terms of minerals, sprouts contain manganese, copper, zinc, magnesium, iron, and calcium.

Mixed Sprouts Poha is a tasty and quick breakfast fix perfect for a busy weekday. It also makes a healthy lunch box for your children.

Proteins are the source of amino acids, which are the building blocks of your child’s body. Amino acids help the development of muscle, bones, skin and various organs in children. The enzymes which are catalysts of body growth are proteins produced by the body.

Protein builds, maintains, and replaces the tissues in your body. The body uses the protein you eat to make lots of specialized protein molecules that have specific jobs. For instance, your body uses protein to make hemoglobin.

As children grow, their immune system also keeps improving and maturing. Proteins also play an important role in the working and development of the immune system.

Which is why you need to teach your kids the importance of including protein in their meals. Don’t stress over the number of grams of protein your children consume daily. Just remember to offer them a variety of protein-rich foods and teach them why protein is an important nutrient for their bodies.