There are some dishes in Indian cuisine that just can’t be served with any Indian bread; they have to be paired with their partner. Simple dishes like Paneer masala or Butter Chicken if served with chappati or roti would be an absolute no no, they have to be served with the all so famous Butter Naan. Today’s recipe is of naan it is made from scratch at home without yeast and egg and simply made over your stove top. Naan is made with plain flour, milk and secret ingredient to give it a slight rise and puff the baking powder. Super soft, fluffy, buttery and a sure shot hit amongst your guest. Let’s get cookin!
Now a day’s you get various varieties of biscuit in the supermarket. All with different flavour, shape and sizes and of course with all various nutritional values. Why not give homemade healthy biscuit a chance and make something chemical free by using regular staples at home to make an equally tasty, nutritional and quick biscuit. Today’s recipe is just that, homemade Atta Biscuit. Make a soft dough using atta and little bit of maida, shape the biscuit using a biscuit maker and bake in an oven or a cooker until crispy and crunchy. Serve it with hot cup of tea and enjoy!
Let’s get cozy…not in the literal sense, but with a bowl of piping hot winter soup Hot and Sour soup. Popular and will know as an Indo Chinese soup and ordered almost every time in restaurants. Super easy to make and very healthy as well. Make it at home from scratch; make your own clear and tasty vegetable stock with leftover vegetables and then make the flavorsome vegetables shine with some Indian red chili and spices, few commonly available sauces and there you have it. A comfort soup to die for. This smooth and tasty soup will keep you warm during the cold winter night, do try.
Who does not like anything cooked in a tandoor, but mind you tandoor cooking is an art to master over time. So we just decided to give it our own version of tandoor cooking. Today’s recipe is just, that making tandoor cooking easy. Tandoori Gobi is just one of the few dishes that are apt for all veggie food lovers. Pieces of gobi florets marinated in a thick yogurt and mildly spiced marinade. Smoked for 30 minutes with the help of hot burning charcoal and ghee, until the smoky flavor and aroma is captured in the Gobi and then delicately skewered and cooked over direct heat until lightly charred and cooked. Tandoori Gobi is a popular Indian appetizer and every piece is full of flavor, delicious and mouthwatering.
Let’s make one of the most popular and trending dish today, super simple and with just the right quantity of sweetness to end your meal. We are talking about Homemade Chocolate Paan. If you are living in India then you must be well aware of these small packets of paan that we once in a while indulge at the paanwala. So today we will make these meetha paan with a slight variation, the basic ingredients will be the same, but with the addition of chocolate and hazelnut paste will take it to another level. Begin by trimming and washing the paan leaves and then apply a good amount of hazelnut paste, top it with all the sweet goodies like moth freshener, saunf, tutti frutti, desiccated coconut and not to forget the secret ingredients chocolate chips. Fold it and seal it, then comes the most delicious part, dipping the paan in some melted chocolate and serving it cold. Enjoy this meetha paan after a hearty meal.
If you’ve been to Amritsar then you must have seen in every nook and corner a dhaba or a eating joint, which serves Plain and stuffed Kulcha. Amritsar is no doubt the food heaven that serves all and any kind of Indian breads, from plain to stuffed, you name it and you’ll get it. Today we are focusing on one of the many plain stuffed bread that is stuffed Amritsari Aloo Kulcha. The dough is made with flour and baking powder, kneaded to a soft dough and then laminated and layered with butter or ghee, this steps gives the kulcha it’s layers and texture. Stuffed perfectly with seasoned potatoes stuffing, and then cooked on a tava over directly flame until soft and crispy. Served with Pindi Chole or just plain curd and pickles. Do try.
No auspicious or happy occasion is complete in India without a heavy dose of sweets. So today’s recipe is all about making the perfect round crispy jalebis. This recipe is made true Indian Halwai style no yeast and no additives. Smooth batter made with flour, urad dal powder, ghee and eno. Piped directly into hot oil to make lovely spirals, fried till golden crisp, then dunked in shiny kesar flavored sugar syrup, served either hot or cold. The art of making these rounds of crispy jalebis needs little practice but easily achievable. This instant jalebi recipe is a savior when you have unexpected guest and if your kids have a strong craving for it. The best part is the mixture can be stored in the freezer and is readily available to make in a jiffy.
Indian curries are worldwide famous. Almost every country in the world has Indian restaurants cropping up by the day. But somewhere in the entire hustle bustle the authentic taste of all signature dishes is lost. So if you are looking to get the authentic dhaba style paneer recipe, then let’s get back to the basic and begin from here, today’s recipe is of Paneer Masala. Soft marinated paneer, tossed and slightly warmed, slow cooked with aromatic blend of spices in rich tomato based gravy. Try making this dhaba style paneer dish and bring back the Magic.
Have you ever had such a desperate craving for chocolate and are you eager to make a super quick cake, well we heard your cry and got you just the recipe to brighten up your day. Satisfy a chocolate craving with this microwave version Chocolate Cake that cooks in just minutes. Smooth batter made with flour, butter and condensed milk, poured in a pretty cake mould and baked in the microwave only for four minutes top. This spongy and comforting chocolate cake is ready in no time to satisfy your sweet tooth. Happy Baking Guys!
Bhatura is one of the most popular dish of North India. It’s a traditionally fried variety of Indian Breads savored with Chole Masala. Made with maida, curd, baking powder and baking soda, kneaded until you get smooth and soft dough. Rolled and then deep fried until golden brown, served with Chole, hence they are always paired and called Chole Bhature. A Punjabi specialty, popular all over loved by every Indian. Let’s begin!