I-Magzz: Turkish Version Volume-III,Issue-III | Page 15

SEAFOOD RISOTTO SWEDISH MEATBALLS -By Chantal Nicotera and Aurora Belluzzo -By Carro Tufvesson INGREDIENTS METHOD ·Fish and seafood (300 g) ·Fish broth ·Garlic (a clove) ·Parsley ·White wine (30 ml) ·Extraversion olive oil (a spoon) ·Rice (320 g) 1.Mix the milk and breadcrumbs. Let swell for 10 minutes. Add the mince, onion, egg, salt, pepper and sugar in breadcrumbs mixture. Work mince smooth. 2.Moisten your hands with cold water and shape the meatballs. Fry a few at a time in shortening, shaking the pan occasionally so that the meatballs rolls around and stays round. METHOD Clean fish and cut it into pieces. Cook clams with oil, parsley and garlic until they open. Use their water as a fish broth for the risotto. Brown garlic with a little bit of oil, and then add the seafood and the fish. After a few minutes add a bit of white wine and let it evaporate. Rinse the rice, put it in and mix. Add a bit of salt and cook all together, adding the fish broth a bit at a time for about 20minutes.Before serving decorate your dish with parsley and some clams. Remember: the secret for a good risotto is “mix and mix”. 3.Serve the meatballs with boiled potatoes or mashed potatoes and Lingonberry Jam. WEIGHT PROBLEM GAJAR KA HALWA -By Malika Saini METHOD Wash, peel and grate the carrots. Heat a pan with butter and Put the grated carrot and cook on low flame till the raw smell disappears. Add milk and boil on low flame till thick. Once it starts thickening add sugar and stir continuously. Cook on low flame for further thickness. Add cardamom powder and nuts and stir continuously till the ghee separates from the mixture. Finally garnish with nuts and Carrot Halwa or Gajjar ka Halwa is ready. Serve hot. PAGE 11 One of the major problems nowadays amongst teenagers primarily girls,is weight.Lots of girls who are 'plump'are bullied and made to feel inferior about themselves.They eat to control their emotions.This results in low selfesteem and isolation.These girls are then prone to developing eating disorders which can be life threatening. – Noor Khatra