Today’s recipe is ‘Amla Murabba’. It is winter and vegetable markets are full of amla these days. They are one of my favourite fruit since my childhood. During my school days, my mother used to soak amla in salt water for two-three days, that was my favourite. If you love amla, like me, do try this sweet version of amla. You can add amla in your kid’s diet through this recipe. Amla murabba really goes well with hot parathas/dal rice.
Today’s recipe is ‘Rajma Masala’. Rajma is a very popular and favorite curry of north India, which is made of red kidney beans. Rajma chawal is one of the famous food combination of Indian cuisine. Other than rice, it goes well with all Indian chapati/naan/paratha varieties. It can be enjoyed as a main course dish for lunch and dinner. Rajma is a healthy bean which is full of protein.
Today’s recipe is ‘Rajasthani Pitod ki Sabji’. It is a popular traditional dish from Rajasthan. The speciality of Rajasthani cuisine is that you will get many options when you ran out of vegetables at home. You will find many dishes from this cuisine in which main ingredients are besan (gram flour) and dahi (curd). If you love dishes prepared from gram flour which is tangy and spicy in taste, I am sure you will love this dish too. You can enjoy pitod ki sabji with chapati/parathas during lunch and dinner as a main course dish.
Rajasthani pitod ki sabji
Today’s recipe is ‘Raw Banana Chips‘. Kache Kele ke chips or raw banana chips are very popular chips of south India. In south India, these chips are fried in coconut oil. I have prepared my chips in regular daily use vegetable oil. As the name suggests, these chips are made of raw banana. You can enjoy banana chips during tea-time or as a mid-meal snack.
Raw Banana Chips
Today’s recipe is ‘Sweet Boondi’. This is one of my favorite desserts. Sweet boondi is famous in North India, when slightly mash, this same recipe can be used for motichoor/boondi laddoo. You can serve this dessert as a festive sweet.
Today’s recipe is ‘Cheesy Creamy Corn’. This dish is very simple yet very rich. If you are a cheese and cream combination fan, just like me, I am sure you will love it too. This recipe will take only 15-20 mins of your time. Serve it as a starter or snack recipe. I am sure kids would love it too.
Cheesy Creamy Corn
Today’s recipe is ‘Falooda’. It is a cold beverage which can be served as a dessert also. It is perfect for summer season as it is full of very soothing ingredients. Falooda is made my ice cream (optional), milk flavoured with rose syrup, vermicelli noodles, sabja seeds (basil seeds), jelly pieces and dry fruits. There are many versions of falooda available all over the world, some uses kulfi or fruits chunks instead of ice cream scoop. Other name for this delicious summery dessert are faluda, faloodah.