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KIDS EAT INDIAN VEGETABLES | Kids Vs. Food


– (gasps) – This looks menacing. – Oh shoot, I had too much. ♪ (French accordion music) ♪ (comments whooshing) – (FBE) We have had a number
of viewers comment about different countries
for us to visit. And a popular suggestion
has been India. So today, we’re going to have you
try some Indian vegetables. – I’m kinda nervous cause I don’t
really know much about India. – I don’t think I know
a lot of Indian foods. And for some reason I just
don’t want them to be spicy. – All I know is curry.
And like curry kebabs. – I tried Indian food
a couple times and I liked it. – (FBE) So all these veggies
may not have originated in India, but are all commonly
used in Indian cuisine, and we will be presenting
meals to you today made from a local Indian
restaurant here in Los Angeles. – Sounds good. – I think it’s gonna be yummy. – The Filipino food was good,
so I’m ready for this one. – (FBE) Here’s your first dish. On your right is
the cooked version and on your left
is the raw. – I have a feeling that
I know what this is. I think this is, like,
cauliflower? – My mom cooks
cauliflower in some dishes. – Why is a lot of Indian food
orange and yellow? Dang, this is definitely good! – That is actually
a little bit spicy, but it’s like the perfect
amount of spice. – That’s so spicy
and I don’t like spicy stuff. – (FBE) This is called
“cauliflower” and the meal you tried
is called “gobi bhajee.” It’s a spicy entree dish
that can also be served as a topping with various
Indian meals. And it has also become
a very popular street food dish. – Good, but has a kick to it. – Spicy foods, they’re not
usually the best, but this, I feel like,
it’s the good amount of spice. – I like it. I should go to Indian restaurants
more often. – (FBE) Here is your next vegetable. – Oh, gosh.
Feels like a bunch of seeds. – This kinda looks like throw-up. And this looks like
sliced-up peanuts. – It looks like the same thing
that I had last time, the lentils. – It has a good taste, but it’s not
as I expected it to be. – It smells spicy.
I think I’ll be okay. My first thought is like
“mashed potatoes.” It has the texture of that. And it has a tiny bit
of spice in it. – (FBE) Those are called
“yellow lentils.” – Those are lentils? – (FBE) And the meal is known
as “daal turka.” Daal is frequently eaten
with flatbreads such as roti, naan,
and chapatis, or with rice. It is known to be part
of the everyday diet in India. – I like it because it’s really good,
and also it’s smushy, and I like smushy food. – It tastes better than it looks. Don’t let the look scare you. – (FBE) Here is your next vegetable. – Why is there a jalapeño?
(gasps) – How am I gonna eat that pepper? My mouth is gonna be on fire. – This looks menacing. – I don’t know, like, on like
a scale of one to ten how spicy. I just know that it’s spicy.
And I’m scared. – Oh shoot, I had too much. – (FBE) So we have some ice cream. – Thank you!
I’ll have a lot of this. – It’s pretty spicy. I thought I could take a huge bite. – At first, it doesn’t have
that spicy taste and then it gets
spicier and spicier. – (FBE) That was called “green chili,”
or ” jalapeño.” – Jalapeño! – (FBE) The meal you tried
was called “mirch ka salan.” It’s a traditional hyderabadi dish prepared for special
occasions like weddings. – I do not like it because
it’s too spicy. – It is very spicy, so if you’re
not a big spicy fan, don’t try this. – (FBE) Here’s another for you to try. – Is that spicy? – These look like nuts.
And they’re really hard. – I feel like they’re chickpeas. Sometimes I eat food
with chickpeas, mainly at the Mediterranean
restaurant I go to. – It is one of the best things I had. – Okay.
This one’s okay. The spice level is,
like, in the middle. – Nice flavor. Everything’s actually,
like, a good texture. Kinda tastes like if you were
to have, like, chili. I feel like that’s what it’d
be like non-spicy. – (FBE) So these are called chickpeas. – Oh, I’ve had that. – (FBE) The dish is known as
“chana masala,” which directly translates to mean
“mixed spiced chickpeas.” – Cool! I mean,
it tastes pretty good! I don’t think I would,
like, have it again, but if I had to eat it,
I would eat it. – (FBE) It’s a popular vegetarian
curry snack, or dish, in northern India. – I just love it. – Every time I eat it,
I’m amazed, and I’m intrigued at its flavors and its mushiness. – (FBE) Here is your last dish. – Oh, this kinda looks like
what coffee beans would look like. – Those look like
kidney beans a little bit. – It tastes spicy! (angry) Everything tastes spicy! – Very juicy. I like the sauce.
I like the beans. If you put–
and the potatoes. So if you put all three of those
together, it makes a good meal. – It has, like, a spicy kind of taste. Kind of, like, a little lemony. – (FBE) So these are
red kidney beans. – Oh, wait! I feel like I’ve heard
that name before. – (FBE) This meal is called
“rajmanh aloo.” “Rajmanh” means “kidney bean”
and “aloo” translates to “potato.” – So it’s basically
“kidney bean potato?” – (FBE) So red kidney beans
are an integral part of the cuisine in
northern regions of India, and this is an ingredient
that is used in cuisines worldwide. – Are these the kidney beans? I like those.
They’re so good. – Just the right amount of spice,
like the curry. I really love potatoes, so I’m glad
they have a dish with potatoes in it. – (FBE) Which one of these Indian
vegetables or meals would you recommend people eat? – I would recommend the chickpeas. – The kidney beans. – Ooh, that’s tough. I would recommend people actually
eat the one with the kidney beans. – Chickpeas. Because the flavors
and the texture is super kid-friendly
and delicious. – The kidney beans. It’s good. That’s the only word
I can describe it with, cause it’s like nothing
I’ve ever tasted. – Cauliflower. It had a nice spice to it
and then the cauliflower was good. – The jalapeño. I think if you have something like
candy next to you, like a cup of water, ice cream,
or something like that on the side, just so you could
cool down the heat, I think it’s a good food overall. – Thanks for watching this episode of “Kids vs Food”
on the React channel. – Subscribe and give us a thumbs-up
if you eat your veggies. – Bye! – Hey guys, Alyssa here,
a producer from the React channel. We love visiting new countries,
so keep on making those suggestions
in the comments and maybe you’ll see it in the next episode.

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  2. 5:24 Chickpeas ain't know as Desi Kala Chana. Desi Kala Chana is alot different, they are little bit smaller and darker than Chickpeas.

  3. I never had that chilly ever in my life..
    M Indian who never eat anything spicy ๐Ÿ˜›๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚
    Btw Indian have non spicy dishes too and u can ask chef to make it spicy as u want..

  4. wow my all fav dishes..ok it could have been bettr if u could hav served gobi with chapati(roti) chana masala with bhatura we also call it chole bhature n again rajma aalu wid chaval(rice) dis r the amazing combination try it once for sure ull love it

  5. Iam an indian
    And i liked that they love the vegetables ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š

  6. 4 of the 5 dishes weren't even vegetables. dal (lentils), chickpea and kidney beans belong to the legume family. funny enough Mirchi ka salan (chilli/jalapeno) has proportionally more peanut (dangerous for kids with allergies) than the jalapeno.

    lastly all these dishes are meant to be had with rice or some kind of bread to make the taste more palatable. let me assure you that it's extremely unlikely that anyone in India would eat Mirchi ka salan by itself

  7. The Interpretation of Indian food is just not right!! We do not eat lots of spice…Specially spicy food…And if u want you can skip adding chilli

  8. Apart from cauliflower, rest of the dishes are just dry beans and lentils. Indians consider those as part of vegetarian meals, but not as vegetables. The content of the video is not good enough. You need to research more.

  9. I am Indian/New Zealand born… and I have only had the chana masala.. these are definitely not the best selection of vegetables/curries. My recommendations are:
    Paneer tikka/chicken tikka
    Butter chicken
    Daal makhni
    Shahi paneer
    And definitely naan bread
    Also throw in a samosa ๐Ÿ˜„๐Ÿ˜„
    Haha anyways….
    Byeeeeeeeeeee
    (U could seriously just ignore my comment)

  10. These kids are so damn cute!!!๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜ but seriously I've heard veggies are expensive in USA as opposed to Mcdonald's or domino. Is it true? Coz its the opposite here.i can afford spinach and green gram chickpeas etc but not pizza or burger๐Ÿ˜ฉ

  11. Soooo nice video…. yeah…. tastes better than looks… ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š

  12. Lol all of those dishes are eaten with roti never a spoon or fork. Most of them are spot on but chani (chickpeas) can be creamy, there are different types of way certain dishes are cooked

  13. Long time since i see kids react i watched that cute kid Royel i love him he so cute with the way he speaks still you put a translation thats cute

  14. Be a little kind to the kids and give them samosa and other snacks rather than vegetables without any rice or roti.. Smh

  15. see I agree that Indian food is spicy but it is not as spicy as some people say…the problem is ppl eat most of the currys without roti or rice which makes the dish even more spicyer, if ur gonna eat it eat it the right way to get all the flavours and spices correctly in ur mouth…

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