Today’s recipe is ‘Crispy Tilapia Fish Fry’. This is my first fish recipe on the blog. It is an easy starter dish. You can choose any fish variety for this recipe, I have used tilapia fish. Enjoy fish fry with any chutney of your choice along with onion and lemon. Fish fry can also be served as side dish with dal rice or chapati.
Crispy Tilapia fish fry
Today’s recipe is ‘Sabudana Kheer’. It is a traditional Indian dessert which is most commonly prepared during fasts or special occasion. This kheer is prepared using sabudana (sago pearls). I am a big fan of anything which is made of sabudana, this is also one of my personal favorites. Enjoy it during any season of the year.
Today’s recipe is ‘Crispy Onion Samosa’. Onion samosa is also known as Irani samosa. Samosa is my favourite snack as compared to kachori, that’s why I love to try various varieties of samosa. This one is a very popular snack in Hyderabad. Enjoy it with ketchup or chutney of your choice during tea-time.
Crispy Onion Samosa
Today’s recipe is ‘Dahi Phulki’. Dahi phulki is also popularly known as Besan ke Dahi Bade/vade. This recipe can be enjoyed during summer season. It is a simple recipe yet tastes as good as original dahi vada/bada. It is very simple and quick recipe which needs no further preparation.
Today’s recipe is ‘Paneer Chilla’. This recipe is a very healthy and nutritious recipe of lentil pancake which is stuffed with cottage cheese. It is basically moong dal chilla which is stuffed with spiced paneer/cottage cheese. I have already shared moong dal chilla recipe on the blog. Moong dal chilla recipe is available here.
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.