Today’s recipe is ‘Medu Vada’. It is a popular south Indian dish. Medu vada is doughnut shaped fritters, which is soft from inside and crispy from outside. Vadas can be served as a breakfast or snack or starter. Vadas are generally eaten along with chutney or sambhar.
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 ‘Bhutte Ke Pakore’. Bhutte ke pakore is also known as corn pakora or corn fritters. Monsoon is at its peak, and corns are easily available in the market. I love corn dishes, plain corn, bhutte ki sabzi and corn chaat etc. Make your tea-time more delicious this monsoon with bhutte ke pakore. Serve these fritters with chutney or ketchup of your choice.
Bhutte ke Pakore
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 ‘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.