Today’s recipe is ‘Ratalu Pakora’. Ratalu pakora or kand pakora are fritters made from purple yam. You can serve it as a starter or tea-time snack. These fritters can be enjoyed with any chutney/ketchup. I love preparing pakora, as it is my favourite snack after samosa, so I keep trying it with various vegetable options.
Today’s recipe is ‘Chicken Samosa’. It is an easy non-veg snack recipe. You can serve it as a starter or tea-time snacks. Samosa is loved by almost every generation. It can be enjoyed with green chutney/schezwan sauce/any chutney of your choice.
Today’s recipe is for ‘Mathri’. Crispy mathri is perfect Indian style cracker, which goes exceptionally well with pickles. Teat-time is the best time to enjoy mathri along with tea. It is a very popular snack in north-west India. The perfect mathri is one which is not too hard nor too soft.
Today’s recipe is ‘Khandvi’. It is a very popular snack recipe from Gujarat. It is one of my favourite snacks from the Gujarati cuisine. Khandvi is basically thin gram flour and yoghurt strips which are rolled and then tempered with green chillies and mustard seeds. It is also popular in Maharashtra, there it is known as Patuli and Dahivadi.
Today’s recipe is ‘Malai Jam Sandwich’. It is one of the simplest sandwich recipes. This recipe requires only 3 ingredients and 5 mins of your time. When in hurry prepare this sandwich for your breakfast/lunchbox/snack. It tastes very delicious. My mom used to prepare this one for us, she only suggested me to share this recipe as it requires lesser time and no compromise with taste.
Malai Jam Sandwich
Today’s recipe is ‘Homemade Garlic Bread’. You can prepare famous food joints style garlic bread at home. Garlic bread tastes awesome with soup or pasta or noodles, one can try this menu list for their kid’s birthday party also. Homemade and freshly baked garlic bread is my favourite during the winter season. Garlic bread can also be enjoyed as an appetizer or tea-time snack.
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.