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Veggie Rolls Recipe / Vegetable Filled Healthy Flavorful Snacks | Snack ON!

Hey Foodies,

How have you been? There’s always space for some snacks isn’t it?


Here’s one delightful one for you ~ Veggie Rolls or Veg Buns or Veggie Curry Rolls or Veg Bun Chop. Anything you call it, this guy is pretty delish. Soft Bun, flavorful filling, cheesy yet sweet & spicy topping, good to go anytime! Inspired from the in-house bakeries of super markets, these ones are just not stoppable. Let’s not delay the recipe further, here we have it.


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I categorize recipes(to be published on channel) into mainly three dimensions – star, good to go and filler. I’ve been posting filler recipes of so late~ 8 months eh? I’ll take time to catch up again with star recipes, be patient guys, whilst I do that, request you to follow CookingShooking on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ to catch more recipes and let me know what you’re looking for..

That’s all, keep cooking & have fun!

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Carrot Cake Recipe in Cooker | Eggless Baking Without Oven

Hey Foodies,

Carrot Cake, a cake with grated carrots in it! 😛


But seriously, this cake is divine.. I’ve made it a lot of time in past and failed to make as well.. But now, It comes out perfect everytime and has a delectably amazing flavor of all spice along with the light & spongy texture..


This cake can be had just as a tea time cake, or can be frosted with cream cheese or any icing for that matter. But I like to just with some icing sugar on top.. You can bake this in a loaf pan, a bundt pan or any shape 🙂


Believe me, carrot cake does sound boring at first.. But it is such a thing you get addicted to! It has happened with me and all of us in the family.. The light, soft & spongy texture is sooo goooodd!  So, let’s get on with the recipe, shall we?

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Carrot Cake Recipe in Cooker | Eggless Baking Without Oven
  • Flour - 1 Cup
  • Carrots - ½ to ¾ cup [finely grated]
  • Sugar - ⅔ cup
  • Salt - a pinch
  • All Spice - ½ tsp
  • Baking soda - ½ tsp
  • Baking powder - ½ tsp
  • Oil - ¼ Cup
  • Yogurt - ½ cup
  • Nuts - 2 tbsp or upto ⅓ cup. {walnuts or almonds preferred}
  • Salt - 2 Cup [For Baking]
  1. Start by heating a cooker with - 2 cups of salt, over that place a wire stand and a perforated plate. Cover and let it preheat.
  2. In a mixing bowl, add flour, powdered sugar, baking soda, baking powder, salt(a pinch), all spice powder, walnuts & whisk all well together.
  3. In another bowl jug mix - yogurt & oil. Whisk together to combine.
  4. Grease a 7" cake tin with oil, or a bundt pan of the same size.
  5. Pour the wet mixture, to the dry ingredients mix, also add the grated carrot and mix to combine all together. If the batter too thick, you can add a couple tbsp(s) of milk. It was good & dropping consistency for me.
  6. Pour the batter in the cake tin, and place inside the cooker. Try to keep in center for an even bake. Keep the flame low-medium and bake for 20-22 minutes.
  7. Check the cake with a skewer after 20 minutes by poking it in. If it comes out clean, its ready. If not, keep for some more time.
  8. Take the cake out of the cooker, and let it cool. Then using a knife, loosen the edges, and take the cake out. Serve with a dusting of powdered sugar or frost it with some cream cheese frosting and Enjoy the amusingly light & spongy carrot cake with tea, coffee or just as it is!
1. You can use upto 1 cup of grated carrots.
2. Nuts can be added upto ⅓ cup.
3. If you don't have all spice powder, you can also add some nutmeg & cinnamon powder or our very own garam masala.
4. I had a small 5.5" bundt pan so i used a normal 7" pan cause the bundt pan is too small to accommodate the cake batter. If you have a 7" one or bigger, use that!
5. Time the cake takes to bake will completely depend upon the size of cake tin, shape and also the flame. I used a 7" cake tin, and it was in low-med. Check the cake after 20 mins if you are using the same thing. In case of a 7" bundt pan, it will take about 25 mins.

It’s easy to make, and tastes yummy.. Why don’t you try it & let me know how it goes?

That’s all for today, Thanks!

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Bread Pulao Recipe – Bread Upma – Indian Snack | Kids Lunch Box Recipes

Hey Foodies,

Bread Pulao, or Bread Upma is one dish that we’ve been eating as a lunch since years.. You must be remembering, there was either one or two days in a week(or alternate), when you got something special in the lunch box as a kid.. My mom still does that for me..


And what used to be in those special days? Something experimental, or our subtle and amusing Bread Pulao, Poha and so on.. Fond memories isn’t it?


Let’s make some Bread Pulao this time around for the Kids Lunch Box Series 🙂

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  • Bread Slices - 6 (Chopped into 1" pieces)
  • Onions - 2
  • Tomatoes - 2
  • Green Chili - 1
  • Coriander - 2 tbsp
  • Oil - 1 tbsp
  • Tomato Ketchup - 2 tbsp {or tomato puree}
  • Salt - To taste
  • Sugar - 1 tsp
  • Red chili powder - ½ tsp
  • Mustard Seeds - ½ Tsp
  1. Start by heating up a pan with a tablespoon of oil. Add the mustard seeds, after they splutter add the chopped green chili and onions.
  2. Cook the onions, once they start getting golden add the chopped tomatoes, salt to taste and cook until it is mushy.
  3. Add some chopped coriander leaves, red chili powder and ketchup mix and cook for a minute. Add a tsp of sugar and stir.. Then add the cubed bread slices. Mix it all well together, add some more coriander and serve or pack in lunch box! Enjoy!
Curry Leaves can be added in the tempering.

Just remember, loading the bread pulao with bhujia…. Total bliss! I want to enjoy again, so let me go.. That’s all for today!


Thanks 🙂

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