Moth Chaat 

Moth – brown bean is healthy , a rich source of protein and full of nutrition. Moth Chaat is an Indian street food which is very tasty and easy to prepare. You can enjoy it in breakfast or as anytime snack. It’s my all time favorite . So here I bring for you the recipe…

One of the many – Onion Tomato Chutney

You can’t think of a South Indian meal without any kind of chutney on the side. Be it Any Dosa, Idly, Uttapam or Vada. Onion-tomato goes well with all of these. And the best part is, it is very easy to prepare and takes about 15 – 20 minutes only. Here’s how you can have it…

Dal Baati Churma: Taste of Rajasthan

Whenever we think of Rajasthani food, first thing that comes to our mind is the famed DAAL BAATI CHURMA. It is a very filling meal, which involves the pure desi ghee in its preparation. Any wedding or function menu card in Rajasthan is incomplete without the mention of Daal Baati Churma. So here I bring…

Milky Treat – Rabri

Rabri is another popular North Indian sweet which is prepared from milk. Easy to make at home, but it is time taking recipe. So let’s satiate our taste buds with delicious homemade Rabri. This recipe serves two. Ingredients: 1 Kg milk (Full Cream, though I used toned milk as full cream was not availabe) Cardamom…

Sabudana Vada – A Treat during a fast

As Navratri’s are very near, most of us observe fast during these 9 days. So, I decided to share a recipe that you can try during your fast. Sabudana is the ingredient which is used to prepare many dishes during fasting period, like Sabudana Khichdi, Sabudana Kheer and Sabudana vada etc. So below is the…

Rice Kheer – a popular Indian dessert

Kheer is one of the most popular desserts in India, which is on the menu in almost every house during festivals. The good thing is that it is very easy to prepare and does not demand any special cooking skills. So let’s experience the sweetness of Rice Kheer. Ingredients: Milk- 1 litre Cardamom powder –…

KHAMAN DHOKLA – Essence of Gujarat

Khaman Dhokla is mainly a Gujaratis dish but is liked in almost every part of the country. Dhokla are very light and easy to prepare. So, here I bring the yummy Dhokla recipe. Do try 🙂 This recipe serves 2 – 3 people Ingredients: For Batter: 1. Gram flour( besan) – 1/2 medium size bowl…

Soya Chunks Cutlet

Normal potato cutlets can be high in calorie. A slight variation in the ingredients can really reduce the calories and add another flavor to cutlets. Introducing Soya Cutlets… You can start with: 1 bowl soya chunks (soaked in warm water for about half hour and then grinded till coarse mixture) 1 boiled and meshed medium…

Bedmi Puri

Bedmi puri is a famous breakfast in Uttar Pradesh, India. If you’ve already had the normal Aloo-puri, this one is a good variation you may want to try. Start with: 1/2 bowl urad dal soaked in water overnight and then sieved 1 & 1/2 bowl wheat flour 1 tbsp semolina(sooji/rava) 2 tsp oil 1-2 green…

Chowmein – or Hakka Noodles

  Ingredients: 1 tbsp oil 1 cup boiled noodles( I used veg Hakka noodles) 1 long and thin cut onion Half cup vegetables( carrot, capsicum) * 1 tsp vinegar 1 tsp tomato sauce 1/2 tsp soya sauce 1 tsp red chilly sauce 1/4 tsp agino motto salt according to taste 1/2 tsp black pepper powder…

TANGY ALOO-PURI – A TWIST!!!

Aloo puri is mostly preferred at breakfast time, but nobody is stopping you from having it for lunch. 🙂 Here’s a recipe with a slight twist to make the Aloo curry a bit more tangy and tasty than usual. This Recipe serves 2- 3 people Ingredients: 1) Aloo (3 medium sized Potatoes, peeled and chopped)…

Besan Mawa Barfi – For the sweet tooth

None of the Indian festivals are celebrated without sweets. One of them is Besan Mawa barfi, which is quite easy to make at home. And it takes about 30 minutes to prepare it. What you need to gather before you start is: 1) Gram Flour(Besan)- 1 Bowl 2) Powdered sugar – 3/4 bowl 3) Khoya/Mawa…