Today’s recipe is ‘Dal Tadka’. Dal tadka is one of my favourite dal recipes. It is basically cooked lentil which is tempered twice. The first temper is of spices, onion and tomatoes, and the second temper is of ghee and few spices. It can be served with jeera rice or steamed rice or tandoori roti or chapati at home. Enjoy it as a main course dish for lunch or dinner.
Today’s recipe is ‘Kaleji Masala’. It is a spicy mutton liver dish. It is a semi-dry dish mutton preparation which is very common in an Indian household. During Eid festival, every Muslim family prepare it as one of the main course. Try this delicious authentic recipe at home.
Today’s recipe is ‘Mooli Thepla’. It is a flatbread/thepla which is made from mooli (white radish). Winter is the perfect season to enjoy parathas or thepla made from mooli as it is easily available on the market these days. Mooli thepla can be enjoyed as breakfast with pickle or during lunch/dinner. You can also pack it in the lunchbox for kids or yourself.
Today’s recipe is ‘Vanilla Tutti Frutti Sponge Cake’. Freshly baked cakes are happiness, do try cakes immediately after baking, you will love it too. It is a very simple cake recipe. I have already posted a vanilla cake recipe on the blog which was an eggless recipe, that’s why this time I am sharing one with eggs. It is a quick cake recipe which needs very basic cake ingredients. You can prepare this cake on short notice also.
Vanilla Tutti Frutti Sponge Cake
Today’s recipe is ‘Hot and Sour Soup’. Winter season and monsoon season is the best time to enjoy soups and when it is prepared at home nothing better than that. It is a healthy soup, in which you can add as many vegetables of your choice in it as you want. It is a good way to add veggies to your kid’s diet also. Serve hot soup as a starter for dinner or lunch to friends and family.
Hot and Sour Soup
Today’s recipe is ‘Hare Tamatar Mirchi ki Sabzi’. It is an easy and quick recipe. In Rajasthan, it is served with fafda, a very popular snack. This recipe takes only 10 mins of total time. Green tomatoes are very tangy in tastes, which along with green chillies gives this dish a tangy and spicy flavour.
Today’s recipe is ‘Lapsi’. It is a very popular dessert recipe of Rajasthan. Lapsi is basically, broken wheat dessert, which is prepared for the special auspicious occasion in Rajasthan. Lapsi is rich dessert which is full of the goodness of dry fruits and ghee. Its sweetness comes from jaggery. It is also prepared quite often during the winter season, as it is enjoyed hot.