Today’s recipe is ‘Papdi Chaat – Rajasthani Style ‘. Summer is my favourite season to enjoy chaat and juices, as both chaat and juice require no cooking. Papdi/papri used in this recipe is samosa shaped papri which is easily available in the market in Rajasthan. If you ever get your hands on this variety of papri,… Read More Papdi Chaat – Rajasthani Style | How to prepare papri chaat
Today’s recipe is ‘Paneer Pakora’. It is a very easy and delicious snack/fritter recipe made from cottage cheese/paneer. Paneer pakoda tastes well with green chutney or ketchup. It can be enjoyed as an appetiser or tea-time snack.
Today’s recipe is ‘Seviyan Zarda‘. It is a very popular dessert recipe in which whole wheat vermicelli is cooked with ghee, milk, sugar and dry fruits. Seviyan zarda is a quick and easy sweet recipe which is also served during festive and special occasions. My recipe is simple and easy to prepare, but you can… Read More Seviyan Zarda Recipe | How to make seviyan zarda
Today’s recipe is ‘Chicken Keema Masala’. As the name suggests, it is prepared from chicken mince. It is a spicy chicken mince recipe which can be served as a main course dish along with paratha/roomali roti/naan. It is a very quick semi-dry recipe which is delicious in taste. I have used green peas for my… Read More Chicken Keema Masala | How to make chicken keema
Today’s recipe is ‘Honey Chilli Potato’. It is a snack recipe which can also be served as an appetizer. Potato is one vegetable which is very popular among every age group. It is an Indo-Chinese recipe, in which potato strips are fried very crispy and then cooked with honey, sauces and veggies. Honey Chilli Potato
Today’s recipe is ‘Chikoo Banana Smoothie’. Smoothie is one of the favourite beverage of summer seasons. As summer is approaching fast, give this recipe a try and make the scorching hot day more bearable. It is the best way to increase your and your family’s intake of fruits in a day. Smoothies are very filling and… Read More Chikoo Banana Smoothie Recipe | Summer Recipe
Today’s recipe is ‘Ratalu Pakora’. Ratalu pakora or kand pakora are fritters made from purple yam. You can serve it as a starter or tea-time snack. These fritters can be enjoyed with any chutney/ketchup. I love preparing pakora, as it is my favourite snack after samosa, so I keep trying it with various vegetable options.