Today’s recipe is ‘Eggless Banana Pancakes’. Pancakes are also known as hotcakes, griddlecakes or flapjacks. It is a small cake which is round and thin and cooked on hot pan or griddle. This dish can be enjoyed at any time of the day, but in America it is popular as a breakfast recipe. Some people serve it with maple syrup or honey or jam or chocolate sauce along with fruit of your choice or choco chips.
Eggless Banana Pancakes
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 ‘Aloo Pakora’. It is a very common and easy fritter/pakora recipe. You can enjoy this recipe as a monsoon snack with hot cup of chai/coffee or as a iftar recipe. It is basically deep-fried snack in which thin potato slices are coated with gram flour and spices batter. Serve them hot with ketchup/green chutney/any chutney of your choice.
Hello foodies !! Today’s recipe is ‘Bhakarwadi’ or bakarwadi . It is a very popular snack from Gujarat and Maharashtra. These two states holds special place in my heart, that’s the reason why I share lots of recipe from Gujarat and Maharashtra. My schooling is from Gujarat and I have spent next 15 years in Mumbai. Let’s get back to the recipe 😀 , bhakarwadi is a spicy and sweet stuffed rolls which are deep-fried and can be stored in an air-tight container for at least 15 days easily.
Garlic Fried Rice is a simple recipe of cooked rice. You can prepare this dish with freshly cooked or leftover rice. Garlic flavour is predominant in this dish, if you love garlic flavour in your dishes this recipe is for you. All you need is few veggies of your choice, I am using all green vegetables.
Garlic Fried Rice
Hi friends ! Today’s recipe is ‘Dahi Wale Aloo’. In this recipe potatoes are cooked in curd and gram flour gravy. This recipe gives you nice change from simple Aloo Tamatar ki Sabzi. I prepare this dish in pressure cooker, if not preparing in cooker then please use boiled potatoes in your dish. This dish can be served as side dish along with chapati/paratha / poori.
Curry of this dish tastes like kadhi, main difference is that in this dish potatoes replaces pakodis. This dish is no garlic no onion recipe.
Dahi Wale Aloo
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For more potato/aloo recipes you can check Aloo Tamatar Ki Sabzi (Potatao and tomato gravy) , Aloo Egg Pattice (potato egg pattice), Dilli Style Aloo Chaat (Tangy potatoes) , Aloo Shimla Mirch Do Pyaza , Aloo Vada (Potato dumpling/ Batata vada) , Aloo Namkeen (Spicy Potato Strips) , Aloo Kasoori Methi Sabzi (Potato n Dried Fenugreek) .
Duration: 30 mins
Ingredients for Dahi Wale Aloo
|Curd /Yogurt/Dahi||1 cup
|Potato (cubed)||200 gms
|Gram flour / Besan||1 tsp
|Red chilli powder /Lal mirch powder||1 tsp (or as per taste)
|Coriander powder / Dhania powder||1/2 tsp
|Turmeric / Haldi powder||1/4 tsp
|Oil ||1 tbsp
|Cumin seeds /Jeera||1/4 tsp
|Mustard seeds / Rai||1/4 tsp
|Salt ||as per taste
|Curry leaves /Kari patta (chopped)||4-5
|Coriander leaves / dhania patti (chopped)||for garnishing
Procedure for Dahi Wale Aloo
- Cut potatoes in small size cubes.
- In the pressure heat oil. Add cumin seeds and mustard seeds.
- When cumin and mustard seeds start crackling, add potatoes.
- Add red chilli powder, turmeric, coriander powder, curry leaves and salt. Mix well and cook for 5 minutes.
- In a bowl, add gramflour, curd and water (mix should be of thin consistency). Mix well.
- Add above mix in the cooker. Close the lid and cook potatoes for 5 mins on high heat and for next 5 mins on medium heat.
- Let the pressure drop on its own. Check whether potatoes are done.
- Garnish the dish with chopped coriander leaves.
Hey everyone ! Today’s recipe is ‘Makhana Munchies’. Makhana is hindi name of lotus seeds, other names of lotus seeds are fox nut, Euryale ferox and gorgon nut. This is the simplest recipe of makhana. In India it is very commonly used as a vrat food and on various religious occasion. Makhana munchies can easily replace popcorn as a healthier alternative. It is a healthy food, which is full of benefits. Roasted makhana are of neutral taste, and that’s why you can flavour it according to you taste, just like popcorn.
Lotus seeds are a good source of protein, carbohydrates, fibre, magnesium, potassium, phosphorus, iron and zinc. Makhana have low glycemic index which make them perfect for diabetic people. Include makhana as a part of your healthy diet.
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Duration: 15 minutes
Ingredients for Makhana Munchies
Makhana / Lotus seed 200 gms
Ghee 2 tbsp
Red chilli powder 1/2 tsp or as per taste
Salt 1/4 tsp or as per taste
Chaat Masala 1/4 tsp
Procedure for Makhana Munchies
- In a non stick pan, heat ghee (for healthier option use fat-free butter).
- Add makhana and roast on low-medium flame.
- Stir in between, roast for 8-10 or till crispy and crunchy.
- Switch off the flame and keep roasted makhana in a bowl.
- Sprinkle all the masala/spices on roasted makhana. Mix well.
- Serve immediately, when cool down you can store makhana munchies in an air tight container.
- When preparing for vrat/fast use black salt.
- You can use black pepper powder instead of red chilli powder.
- In the same recipe you can also add dry fruits like almonds, cashew nuts and raisins.