Today my blog completes one year, thank you all of you for supporting Rasoi Recipe. Here is something sweet and quick for all my lovely readers. Today’s recipe is ‘Milk Powder Coconut Rolls’. It is quick and no heat/gas recipe. If you are a coconut mithai (dessert/sweet) lover just like me, do try it.
Corn Chaat is one of my favourite snack. This chaat is mix of all flavours, it is sweet, tangy and spicy. Perfect for breakfast or as a tea-time snack. You can even enjoy your movie time with this chaat, in case you are not in mood of having popcorn. You can also pack this dish… Read More Corn Chaat (Quick sweetcorn chaat recipe)
Today’s recipe is a very easy and quick version of bread pakora. ‘Mayonnaise Bread Pakora’ is a bread recipe in which a sandwich of three bread slices is prepared, one layer of mayonnaise and second of ketchup. This recipe tastes delicious when served hot with tea or coffee.
Hello Everyone ! Sorry for being little slow in posting new recipes, I am out town ad hence the delay. Today’s recipe is Prawn Curry. All the seafood lovers this is one is for you. For the first time I am posting any seafood recipe and that too of prawn on Rasoi Recipe. Prawns are… Read More Prawn Curry / Shrimp Masala (Seafood recipe)
Poha Cutlets sounds something different, right? They tastes as delicious as aloo tikki, but are more crispy and crunchy then tikki. It is a crunchy tea time snack, perfect as a starter also. This dish gives twist to your aloo tikki. When you are not in mood of having poha, go for this recipe.
Poha Chivda is a very common festive season namkeen (snack). This namkeen or snack can be enjoyed with a cup of tea with family and friends. For this recipe I have used thick poha, you can also opt for thin poha. It is one of my favourite crispy and easy to prepare savoury snack. It… Read More Poha Chivda Recipe (Fried sweet n sour flattened rice)
Lobia masala is one of the famous punjabi recipe. It is also known as chawla or chawli in hindi, english name for this protein rich lentil is black-eyed beans or goat pea. You can serve this recipe with hot chapati or plain paratha, if prepared with gravy it goes well with plain rice also.