If you are craving for something sweet and salty, and you are a fan of cashews! Then this is the recipe for you. Let’s make these utterly delicious, lightly salted cashews at home. All you need is salt and cashews, toss them and roast them in a pan, until light golden brown. You can make these sweet and salty cashews in just a few minutes with simple ingredients this is a no-fuss recipe. Deliciously simple and amazing indulgent.
This instant Atta dosa or whole wheat dosa is a healthy and unique dosa recipe. A healthy version and interesting variant to the ever popular South Indian dosa recipe. It is very easy to prepare, it only contains wheat flour and salt that is diluted in water and then to ferment it we use Eno. Cooked on a dosa tava, drizzled with oil and then served with sambar and chutney. Kids and adults alike will love these sumptuous and delicious dosas, these atta dosa are a savior for those busy breakfast day. So, go ahead and try out our healthier version of Atta dosa.
Who doesn’t love cheese? If you’re a fan of cheese and garlic like I am, then you will be a fan of these bad boys. Seriously ooeey,gooey cheesiness is what these stuffed Garlic Breads are all about! Kids will go nuts and the grown ups will turn into little kids all over again. Insanely delicious. Every piece is garlicky and buttery and oh-so-cheesy. Made with plain flour and yeast, stuffed with loads of garlic and herbs, little sweet corn added to balance out the flavor and baked in a pressure cooker….yes you heard it right. Let’s Begin!
Let’s make a classic pizza with some Indian twist and variations. Today’s recipe is an easy no yeast no oven pizza, confused…then watch the video or follow the recipe to learn how the magic happens. The pizza dough is made with fresh yogurt from scratch and its super soft, the topping are marinated with our aromatic Indian spices and then the baking is done in a very simple large deep kadhai, available is every household. An easy-peasy recipe with no fuss and no gadgets. So what are you waiting for, let’s have homemade pizza tonight.
Litti chokha is a traditional delicacy mainly eaten in Bihar. It is a dough ball made up of whole wheat flour and stuffed with roasted sattu or commonly known as chickpea flour, mixed with herbs and spices and then roasted over coal. Served with garlic chutney and chokha which is a potato filling, made with fresh herbs and spices. This dish is often confused with a commonly know dish called Baati, but it is a completely different dish in terms of taste, texture and preparation. Litti chokha is a complete meal as you can serve this at lunch and dinner. Very easy to make and mouthwatering to eat. Do try making it.
Momos are a street specialty in North and the North East of India. Yes and it has a good fan following around the world as well. But friends, no dish is complete in India if it does not have the masaledar and chatpata Indian tandoori touch. So if you’ve always loved momos and are looking for something unique then this is the recipe for you. Soft vegetable momos, fried and then tossed in tandoori marinade, skewered and then grilled, the best part of the recipe is you can also smoke the momos and simply cook it in a pan. This is a fresh take on India’s one of most popular street foods Momo’s.
Idli is a perfect south Indian dish which is widely popular in different states of India. So today we will make variation of their classical dish but in Hyderabadi style, let’s make the ever so famous Hyderabad’s unique and crispy Spot Idli. Made with long hours of soaking and fermented Idli & Dal batter, mixing it with homemade Karam Podi fragrant powder and cooking it in a masaledar mixture of onion, tomatoes and green chilies. Yummy !!!!
If you’re in a mood for something sinful and cheesy, then here is an outrageously decadent melt in your mouth homemade Pull Apart Garlic Bread recipe. Bread made from scratch in cooker and stuffed with buttery roasted garlic and loaded with cheese. The aroma is to die for, and this is a party favorite, no one would be able to resist this show stopper. So let’s spoil ourselves and indulge for once, in this hearty and savory ever so yummy Pull Apart Garlic Bread. Let’s dig in guys!!!!
If you have heard the word Bruschetta then the immediate thought comes to your mind is Italian food. What if we tell you that we can make the traditional and classic dish with a little bit of our own Indian twist then would you belief…Well then watch and learn. The Italian style is very summery and fresh and the Indian style is more bread pizza inspired. Nevertheless both styles will tempt you to make them at every party and get together. Prepare a fresh topping with tomatoes, onions and fresh basil, char one tomato for the smoky flavor and then toss everything with a slight drizzle of extra virgin olive oil. Prepare the Baguette slices by brushing olive oil; grilling it and then rubbing the slices with garlic…a very important step do not skip it. Top the prepared slices with the toppings or simply bake them with cheese in an oven and you’re set for the party. If you are a fan of pizzas or focaccia bread then you’ll love this. Happy Cooking!!