Category: Snacks (page 1 of 14)

Mathri Recipe | Crispy Mathri | How to make mathri

Today’s recipe is for ‘Mathri’. Crispy mathri is perfect Indian style cracker, which goes exceptionally well with pickles. Teat-time is the best time to enjoy mathri along with tea. It is a very popular snack in north-west India. The perfect mathri is one which is not too hard nor too soft.

Mathri

Mathri

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Murmure Namkeen – How to make murmure namkeen

Today’s recipe is ‘Murmure Namkeen’.  It is basically spicy puffed rice, which is healthy and is for those mid-meal cravings. It takes less oil to prepare this easy snack. Murmure namkeen can be prepared as one of those festive spreads, which we all in India serve our guest during festivals.

Murmure Namkeen

Murmure Namkeen

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Hot and Sour Soup | How to make hot and sour soup

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

Hot and Sour Soup

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Egg Veggie Cheese Toast | Lunch Box Recipe

Today’s recipe is ‘Egg Veggie Cheese Toast’.  It is a kids lunch box special recipe, which can also be enjoyed as snack or breakfast dish. Try this easy cheesy recipe, which is healthy and quick to prepare. This toast can be served with ketchup or any dip of your choice.

Egg Veggie Cheese Toast

Egg Veggie Cheese Toast

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Purple Yam Beetroot Cutlet (Stuffed with cottage cheese)

Today’s recipe is ‘Purple Yam Beetroot Cutlet’. It is a healthy cutlet recipe, which is stuffed with paneer filling. This cutlet recipe is a quick and easy recipe. It can be served with any chutney of your choice or ketchup. This recipe is again a very tasty way to add purple yam and beetroot to your kid’s diet. You can also give cutlets to your kids in their lunchbox.

Purple Yam Beetroot Cutlet

Purple Yam Beetroot Cutlet

For this recipe, you need boiled beetroot and purple yam as main ingredients. Paneer stuffing is also very simple to prepare as it requires only a few spices. While boiling purple yam and beetroot don’t remove skin, boil both the vegetables with skin. After boiling, peel the vegetables, and then grate them. For more healthy recipes, you can check – Tomato Beetroot Soup | Winter Special RecipeAmla Murabba (Grated) | Indian Gooseberry Jam RecipeHealthy Date Milk | Khajoor Doodh (Winter recipe).

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Serves: 3-4

Duration: 40 mins

Ingredients for Purple Yam Beetroot Cutlet

For stuffing-
Cottage Cheese/Paneer(grated)1 cup
Coriander leaves (chopped)2 tsp
Green chillies (chopped)1 (medium)
Red chilli powder1/4 tsp or as per taste
Salt1/4 tsp or as per taste
Chaat masala1/2 tsp
Roasted cumin powder 1/2 tsp
For cutlet
Purple yam (peeled,boiled and grated)2
Beetroot (peeled,boiled and grated)1
Green chilli (finely chopped)2 (medium)
Coriander leaves (finely chopped)3 tsp
Red chilli powder1/2 tsp or as per taste
Saltas per taste
Chaat masala1/2 tsp
Corn flour2 tbsp
Ginger (grated)1/2 tsp
Oilfor shallow frying

Method for Purple Yam Beetroot Cutlet

  • Wash and boil purple yam and beetroot in a pressure cooker (for 15 mins at least.).

  • While your vegetables are boiling, start preparing the filling. Grate or crumble paneer first and mixing all the spices and vegetables of stuffing together. Keep it aside.

  • Next, peel and grate purple yam and beetroot one by one.

  • Add chopped coriander and green chillies.

  • Mix everything well. In the cutlet mix, add red chillies powder, salt, chaat masala, and grated ginger. (I forgot to add cornflour in the mix, to get crisp cutlets do add 2 Tbsps of cornflour. )

  • Mix everything well.

  • Now, start preparing cutlet one by one.

  • In the centre of cutlet add stuffing and prepare cutlet again.

  • In a pan, heat oil to shallow fry the cutlets.

  • Fry cutlets until crispy and golden brown from both the sides.

  • Serve hot !
Purple Yam Beetroot Cutlets

Purple Yam Beetroot Cutlets

Khandvi | Gujarati Snacks Recipe

Today’s recipe is ‘Khandvi’.  It is a very popular snack recipe from Gujarat. It is one of my favourite snacks from the Gujarati cuisine. Khandvi is basically thin gram flour and yoghurt strips which are rolled and then tempered with green chillies and mustard seeds. It is also popular in Maharashtra, there it is known as Patuli and Dahivadi.

Khandvi

Khandvi

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Malai Jam Sandwich | 3 Ingredients Lunch box Recipe

Today’s recipe is ‘Malai Jam Sandwich’. It is one of the simplest sandwich recipes. This recipe requires only 3 ingredients and 5 mins of your time. When in hurry prepare this sandwich for your breakfast/lunchbox/snack. It tastes very delicious. My mom used to prepare this one for us, she only suggested me to share this recipe as it requires lesser time and no compromise with taste.

Malai Jam Sandwich

Malai Jam Sandwich

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