Saturday, August 31, 2019

Crispy Aloo Tikki.......Potato Cutlets


Hello Foodies......hope you all are doing great and enjoying this monsoon season with your favorite food. Let me ask you what is your favorite food that you relish while enjoying the rain with your cuppa? I like to sit in my balcony having a cup of chai with some fried stuff and yes playing my favorite monsoon songs in the background. That's my way to enjoy monsoons and relax. 

Although each and every year monsoon is not so pleasant in many regions of our country as it brings floods, epidemics, cloud bursts, landslides and so many natural calamities with it. Nevertheless, it's the part of the season and we have to accept it the way it is.

The monsoon season is running in full swing in almost every part of India so to enjoy this season we're presenting Crispy Aloo Tikkis or Potato Cutlets. 

They pair very well with your evening tea or coffee. You can also serve them as an appetizer if you have any guests coming at your home. They're super simple and require very less time to prepare. 

Let's begin with the recipe:

Wednesday, August 28, 2019

Soya Manchurian


Hello my Foodie Friends.....hope you all are keeping well. Do you love Street Food? Well, there are hardly any person who doesn't love Indian Street Food. There is so much of variety available in the street food that if we go from one region to another we can find a different variety of street food altogether.

The one thing apart from the regional street food which is common in every region is the Indo-Chinese cuisine. We all love it, isn't it! Whether it's a Chowmein, Chilli Chicken, Fried Rice or Manchurian we start drooling whenever we hear these names. 

Every Restaurant, street side hawkers and even every household has its own variation of making any Indo-Chinese dish. Today's post is Soya Manchurian which is a very healthy Indo-Chinese dish.

We all know the benefits of including Soybean in our diet. Soybeans have a wealth of benefits, including their ability to improve the metabolism, help in healthy weight gain, protect heart health, defend against colorectal cancer, and reduce the effects of menopause. They improve digestion, promote bone health, protect against birth defects, increase circulation, decrease the risk of diabetes and generally tone up the body.

We all struggle to feed healthy to our kids. Since, kids love Indo-Chinese cuisine so you can prepare Soya Manchurian and offer them. I'm sure they will love it too. You can also serve it as a starter when you have guests coming your way.

So, let's begin with the recipe:

Wednesday, August 21, 2019

Masala Macaroni


Hello Peeps....hope you all are doing great. We ladies have one common problem and i.e. what to pack for lunchbox? Especially if you have a toddler or a picky eater kid then this problem is much more daunting. 

We as a mom often struggle what to pack for kids lunchbox or what to make in breakfast which is healthy and well as filling. Our conscience will never allow us to pack store bought so called "Healthy Snacks" for them. Moreover if you have a picky eater at your home then whatever you pack in our kids lunchbox they often bring it back home.

The solution to this problem is giving something which is healthy and as per their liking. Here, in this video we will be making Indian Style Macaroni. Kids love Pasta and since it is loaded with veggies you can pack this in their lunchbox without any guilt.

So, let's begin with the recipe:

Wednesday, August 14, 2019

Dhaba Style Dal Fry


Hello my foodie friends, hope you all are doing great. Today's recipe is all about Basic Cooking. Sometimes, we get so much into cooking special dinner and lunch for our friends and families that we forget about what we relish the most. 

The most comforting food which we can relish anytime and everytime is our basic staple food. It can be different for different people but for me is Dal-Chawal with a dollop of homemade Ghee. When I'm too tired to cook anything and just want to relax while having my supper I rely on Daal-Chawal. For me nothing can beat the flavor of Daal-Chawal when I'm too tired or sick.

If you want to make your simple Dal Fry a bit different then give a Dhaba style tadka to it and then see the magic. This tadka will give an instant taste to this Dal Fry and will level up the taste.

So, let's see how to give your ordinary Dal Fry a Dhaba style tadka.