Today’s recipe is ‘Vanilla Berries Mug Cake’. It is one of the easiest and quickest recipes of cake. I have tried two three versions of Mugcakes recipe, sharing one of my favourites with you. It will take only two minutes to cook and if you have a high power microwave for only 1 min. This… Read More Vanilla Berries Mug Cake | Two Minute Cake Recipe
Today’s recipe is ‘Lamb Pulao’. Who doesn’t like Pulao? It is one of my favourite rice dish. This pulao as the name suggests is prepared from lamb meat. This is my mother’s recipe, which is very simple and delicious. When planning a large spread of non veg, do add this pulao recipe in it.
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 ‘Laal Masoor Dal Samosa’. This recipe was taught to me by my Maasi (Maternal Aunt), this is her version of dal samosa stuffing. For her recipe, she prepares roomali roti as the outer coating of samosa, which I simplified by using samosa patti. Prepare these samosas as a starter or tea-time snack… Read More Laal Masoor Dal Samosa | How to make masoor samosa
Today’s recipe is ‘Chinese Bhel’. It is a crispy Chinese version of bhel. This bhel tastes delicious and gives a nice twist to your bhel or Chinese food craving. I first tasted it in Mumbai, that’s how it became one of my favourite bhel chop suey mergers. 😀 Do give it a try, it is a tasty… Read More Chinese Bhel Recipe | How to make chinese bhel
Today’s recipe is ‘Curd Rice’. It is a very common dish of any South Indian household. It is also called as Thayir Saadam or Daddojanam in south India. Curd rice is basically steamed rice mixed with yoghurt, which makes it a healthy meal option. It is one of my favourite recipe for leftover rice. You… Read More Curd Rice | Thayir Saadam | Daddojanam Recipe