Today’s recipe is ‘Sattu Ka Paratha’. It is one of my favorite paratha/flatbread recipe which is healthy because it is stuffed with sattu. Sattu is full of fiber and essential nutrients which helps in stamina and strength building. It is a staple food of Bihar state. Sattu ka paratha is best to serve during any… Read More Sattu Ka Paratha | How to make sattu paratha
Today’s recipe is ‘Hare Pyaz ka Paratha’. It is an easy and delicious paratha recipe. Spring onion paratha can be served as green chutney/pickle/ ketchup. You can enjoy it during any meal of the day. Unlike parathas like paneer and aloo, this one is not a stuffed paratha. Hare Pyaz ka Paratha, you will need… Read More Hare Pyaz ka Paratha| Spring Onion Paratha Recipe
Today’s recipe is ‘Gur Pare’. It is a snack recipe which is made of wheat flour and jaggery. This recipe is quick to prepare and delicious in taste. You can prepare it during festivals or for daily tea-time snack. For Gur Pare recipe, you will require – Wheat flour, jaggery, sesame seeds, oil, water. First,… Read More Gur Pare | Wheat Flour Jaggery Snack
Today’s recipe is ‘Cheeni ka Paratha’. It is one of my childhood favourite lunch box dish, which my mom used to pack for our lunch in school. So, if you also have a childhood memory attached to this paratha, this recipe is for you. Prepare this paratha as a breakfast or for your kid’s lunch… Read More Cheeni Ka Paratha | Sugar Paratha Recipe |Meetha Paratha
Today’s recipe is ‘Cheese Paratha’. One of my favourite paratha which is loaded with cheese. Cheese makes everything better – that’s my philosophy. 😀 Paratha in North India is part of breakfast in many households. Serve this particular variant with ketchup or schezwan chutney/sauce. It can be packed in your lunchbox as well. It is… Read More Cheese Paratha | How to make easy cheese paratha
Today’s recipe is ‘Rajasthani Khoba Roti’. As the name suggests, it is a roti recipe from Rajasthani cuisine. A thick wheat roti on which beautiful patterns are created by pinching the top surface of roti. Best served with panchmel dal or any mutton recipe or lehsun chutney.
Today’s recipe is ‘Gur ke Gulgule’. It is a soft and spongy sweet fritter dish, which people enjoy during monsoon season. Normally in India, we prepare fritters or pakoras from gram flour/besan, but these are made from wheat flour. As it is sweet in taste, for sweetness we use jaggery. Gulgule is a hit dish… Read More Gur ke Gulgule | Gulgule Recipe with Jaggery