The J tiffin

Welcome to A to Z of tiffin ideas with me. I am trying to give AtoZ suggestions for lunch box woes and today is Day 10 with letter J. So Let’s pack the J Tiffin

Jam Bread

Jalebi

jhal muri

jam roll/ Jelly Roll

a piece of jaggery

Jam and Bread pudding is always a hit with kids.

Jam roll is one easy way to load fruit power and roti in a box.
Jam Rolls have such a dainty appearance that you cannot resist grabbing one! Like open sandwiches, the unique selling proposition of Jam Rolls is that you can see what is inside, due to the exciting spiral shape in which it is cut – this makes the rolls totally irresistible. I even make jam roll with chapatis. A more filling and healthier option.

ingredients:
Eggs – 2
2 tbsp powdered sugar for sprinkling
All Purpose Flour / Maida – 1 cup
Vanilla Essence 1 tsp
Warm Water – 2 tbsp
Mixed fruits jam, 2 tbsp
Icing Sugar or Powdered sugar for sprinkling
Butter at room temperature
Method:
Preheat oven to 190 Degree Celcius, grease a baking tray or swiss roll tin(aluminum tin tray) with butter, place a butter paper of the same size on it and apply butter on that as well. Now sprinkle it with some flour and set it aside.
Now, in a deep bowl take eggs in a bowl and beat till fluffy, then add sugar and beat till its fluffy again. You can use beater if needed or whisker.
Add in vanilla and warm water and beat till fluffy.
Now add the plain flour, ensure you sieve flour 2-3 times and fold very gently till it is well combined, or beat lightly.
Now transfer the batter by pouring this in our greased pan and spread evenly.
Bake this for 10 mins at 200 deg cel.
Remove it and let it cool for 2 mins.
sprinkle some powdered sugar or icing sugar on a flat surface, then loosen the sides of the cake and flip the cake over, peel off the butter paper carefully.
Apply the jam evenly all over it and carefully roll the cake from one side to another to form a roll.
Place this in a tray, cut in equal size and sprinkle with icing sugar.
Slice and ready to go in tiffins.

Coming to Jalapeno Poppers

Also lately I tried a new recipe which is Jalapeno Popper and to my surprise my elder kiddo loved it. So make sure of your kid’s taste buds, the younger kids may like it but for toddlers avoid it. Jalapenos are small, green or red in color and moderately spicy. Jalapeños are commonly used in Mexican cuisine but popular worldwide. They’re also packed with nutrients and have many health benefits. 

These jalapeño poppers are stuffed with a fresh, herbed cream cheese mixture and topped with loads of cheddar cheese to get that golden touch. They are delicious, and not greasy at the same time. You will surely love it. click here for the recipe

pic courtesy – wiki commons

Today is Day 10 with the letter “J” of AtoZ challenge.

My theme for the challenge is ‘Tackling Tiffin tantrums” to help ease lunchbox woes for moms & kids.

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24 Responses

  1. I don’t know about jalebi in a tiffin, but love the other ideas!

    • PraGun says:

      The thin crispy jalebis are nice in tiffin too, they don’t leave much sugar syrup are generally dry and crunchy so my kids like it, glad you liked the tiffin.

  2. abhijit says:

    What happened to jalebi and jhal muni? You are becoming too health conscious even in your blogs. But bread jam roll is nice too.

    • PraGun says:

      Ha-ha I knew you will catch me. Till I prepare batter for jalebi, just enjoy the mix of jhal mumura with jamroll. Thanks for stopping by to taste the tiffins.

  3. PraGun, I think I am putting on weight by just drooling over your yummy recipes.
    My son will love the jam roll very much. Am going to prepare both the dishes in next week. I will bake the jalapeno poppers.

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  4. Jhal Muri and Jalebi is vanished from here…but how!!!!!
    I used to like Jhal Muri earlier and Like jalebi till now.

    • PraGun says:

      Vanished from where?? Both are great snacking options. Or did you mean it is finished from the tiffin haha
      Jhal muri or is similar to bhel so I love it anytime.
      No issues munch on your jalebi and enjoy.

  5. I have heard of jam rolls quite often but Jalapenos are new to me. I have never tried one or I may have without knowing the name :). I will definitely get hold of them and try to tickle my taste buds.

  6. Rashi Roy says:

    Wonderful ideas and jhal moori is my all time favorite snacks!

  7. Great options. Jhal muri and Jalebi are favorite Bengali dishes as well

  8. Shilpa Garg says:

    Great options for J tiffin. I would like to have Jhal Muri. Jam Bread is my go-to food. Jam rolls… hmmm…. I would like to make them sometimes soon!

  9. Mann says:

    Jam rolls is safer option for mine. She is one picky eater.😊

  10. Jam roll looks interesting. They are easy and kids will love them for sure. I’m that kid in our house 😀

  11. Jaleebbiiiii! your posts always make me crave for desserts! loving it

  12. Suhasini says:

    I thought you would talk about Jhal Muri dear

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