Whenever you think of cooking something for children, it is best if you can be a child at heart again, if only for a moment. The world of a child is magical – full of colors and lights, of attractions and fears, of greatly accentuated tastes and smells – a life of wonder and beauty. Then, as the child grows up, the magic starts to fade, replaced in part by the coarser reality of the world. Yet childhood memories remain, full of sweetness. The little child within the old man never forgets the taste of food his mother so lovingly fed him with, even toward the end of his life. Every mother desires to give her child the very best she can – healthy, nutritious, attractive, appetizing, delicious food. We know that children are often reluctant to consume vegetables and we devise many ways to get them to eat. Often, noodles and macaroni are what the children ask for. The trick is to include as many good vegetables as possible, to make it a healthy meal. I have tried cooking Italian pasta using Indian spices, and the result has always been an awesome dish. Here is one such stunning recipe.