Today’s recipe is a healthy drink ‘Masala Chaas’. Masala chaas is a perfect refreshing beverage for summer and you can enjoy it with any of the three meals or as a mid-meal option. It is full of ingredients which are known for their cooling properties. As this year Ramzan is also in summer season, you can also have it during iftar.
Today’s recipe is ‘Boondi Ki Sabzi ‘. It is tasty dry tangy side dish recipe. Try this recipe with hot chapati or paratha during lunch or dinner. You can also carry it in your lunch box, as it is dry dish. It is easy and quick recipe, you can prepare it when in hurry.
Boondi ki Sabzi
Today’s recipe is Paneer Kofta . It is my mother’s recipe and tastes so delicious that I can’t even explain it to you 😀 . This one is one of the easiest recipe of kofta, and I totally recommend it to you. This kofta recipe can be served as main course dish for lunch and dinner. Enjoy it with hot chapati, naan, paratha or jeera rice.
Hash Browns or hashed browns are potato recipe. In which potatoes are shredded, rinsed and cooked with butter. It is a very popular breakfast or snack recipe. It is a hit potato recipe. Follow this recipe step by step to get that crispy and perfect hash browns.
Hello Everyone ! Sorry for being little slow in posting new recipes, I am out town ad hence the delay. Today’s recipe is Prawn Curry. All the seafood lovers this is one is for you. For the first time I am posting any seafood recipe and that too of prawn on Rasoi Recipe. Prawns are not easily available in every part of India, so if it is easily accessible in your city, you are lucky in my opinion. 😀
Lobia masala is one of the famous punjabi recipe. It is also known as chawla or chawli in hindi, english name for this protein rich lentil is black-eyed beans or goat pea. You can serve this recipe with hot chapati or plain paratha, if prepared with gravy it goes well with plain rice also.
Lobia Masala Recipe
Poha recipe is easy breakfast and snack dish. Poha in english is known as flattened rice. It is healthy and wholesome dish. It is one of the popular breakfast and street food dish of Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra. In Rajasthan, you will easily find poha along with kachori and samosa on every stall. In Rajasthan it is garnished with sev and chopped coriander, in Maharashtra garnishing is done with chopped onion.