My Expressions

Date : 2 June 2020

  • Young Voice
  • Disha Mukherjee


This story, written by Disha, will carry a French version. The story is meant for school students studying the French language (Grade 6 and upwards). Stay glued for the French version!


Pranav and Sana are going to the market with their father.  They are going to the market to buy the ingredients for the dishes they are making today- vegetable sandwiches and a fruit salad.


They buy vegetables- onions, capsicums, lettuce, tomatoes and cucumbers, and fruits- apples, bananas, grapes, mangoes, strawberries, oranges, lemons and pineapple for the fruit salad. Then, they buy some cheese, salt, pepper, butter, honey and fresh bread.


They go home and prepare their meal. Then, they surprise their parents with a picnic in the park. The food was delicious and everyone enjoyed themselves.


Pranav and Sana want to share their recipes with you so that you can try it at home too!


Recipe 1: Cheese and Vegetable sandwiches

Ingredients:

  1. Bread slices
  2. Capsicum
  3. Onion
  4. Tomato
  5. Cucumber
  6. Lettuce 
  7. Cheese
  8. Salt 
  9. Pepper
  10. Butter 

Method

  1. Wash the vegetables
  2. Chop the vegetables into small cubes
  3. Add some salt and pepper
  4. Grate the cheese
  5. Mix well
  6. Spread (tartiner) the butter on the bread
  7. Put the mixture on the bread and put another slice of bread on top.
  8. Serve fresh.

Recipe 2: Fruit Salad

Ingredients:

  1. Apple
  2. Pineapple
  3. Strawberry
  4. Banana
  5. Grapes
  6. Oranges
  7. Mango (any fruit of your choice)
  8. Honey
  9. lemon

Method

  1. Wash the fruits and peel them.
  2. Chop the fruits into medium-sized cubes
  3. Add some lemon juice and honey to your salad
  4. Serve fresh.

 

Disha Mukherjee

Grade 12+, Delhi Public School, Sector 45, Gurgaon, Haryana

Disha is a Dipsite fresh out of school and has been studying French for 7 years. She has a B2 diploma in french. She chose to study French on a whim and ended up falling in love with the language and culture (C’est la vie!) so much that she now wants to inspire young children by sharing her love of the same through her writing. Disha enjoys reading, cooking and bullet journaling in her free time.