Today’s recipe is ‘Chilli Cheese Sandwich’. Sandwiches are my favorite snack and breakfast recipe. This particular one is another easy and quick recipe of sandwich which I love. Easy and quick recipes are always my first choice when it comes to breakfast or snack dishes. This particular sandwich is very popular street food in Mumbai. You can also pack this sandwich in your kid’s lunchbox.
Chili Cheese Sandwich
Today’s recipe is ‘Rava Upma’. I am so happy to share this recipe, as this is my favourite breakfast recipe. Although I can have this dish anytime of the day, but it is usually served as a breakfast or snack recipe. It is a very popular recipe from South India. Do try this healthy recipe which is a kind of porridge which is made from semolina.
Today’s recipe is ‘Karela Chips’. Crunchy and crispy chips recipe of bitter gourd. We popularly call it karela here in India.It is a recipe of chips which even diabetic person can enjoy without worrying about health. Monsoon is one season, where you can enjoy every type of fried snack. You can even store this chips in an air-tight container just like your potato chips/wafers.
Today’s recipe is ‘Delhi Style Aloo Chaat‘. It is a tangy and spicy chaat recipe. It is a popular chaat from Delhi. You can serve it as a starter or as a snack. The best part about any chaat is that you don’t need a particular season to enjoy it. It is a quick and easy recipe of chaat.
Delhi Style Aloo Chaat
Today’s recipe is ‘Moong Dal Samosa’. Samosa is a deep-fried or baked snack with savoury filling. In India, you will get variety of samosa. This one which I am sharing today with you all is spiced moong dal and onion filling one. I am using samosa patti to prepare my samosa to reduce the difficulty level and time duration of the recipe.
Moong Dal Samosa
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.