Today’s recipe is for all the people who have sweet tooth. The classic and traditional Pineapple Upside- Down Cake. Simple to make with minimum fuss, catered to vegetarians since it’s an eggless batter cake and also cooked in a cooker, as not everyone has an oven at home. This is a tried and tested recipe, and you can never go wrong. Caramelize the sugar until thick and glossy, place fresh pineapple rings and fresh cherries. Make a batter with flour, condensed milk and butter. Pour the luscious batter in the cake tin and bake in the cooker…and Voila your yummy mouth-watering; melting in your mouth cake is ready. Serve with your evening tea and Enjoy.
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.
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!
Do you want to make something quick and easy, then here is a recipe for you. Chilli Cheese Toast, bread slices loaded with butter, cheese, garlic and of course red chili, baked in the oven…ooh that cheesy melt in your mouth cheese is simply amazing. This is not for the faint hearted, if you are a cheese lover then go right ahead and start making it. Serve it as a snack or as a starter, everyone will love it.
Let’s make a very popular breakfast recipe. Easy to make, crispy yet soft Masala Potato Poori or most commonly known as Aloo Puri. Puri is a puffy, light and crisp unleavened deep fried Indian bread, served during breakfast, along with pickle or vegetable gravy. It is made with wheat flour, boiled potatoes, little bit of the masala and suji to give it the extra crispness. One of the favorite tiffin items for kids and enjoyed by all. So let’s begin!!
If you are tired and bored eating the regular toffee, then here is a recipe which is unique and tasty, spicy and masaledar. Simple to make and loaded with flavor. Simply make semi stiff dough and prepare a spiced potato filling. Stuff the filling in small rolled out dough sheet and give it a shape of toffee, deep fry it until golden brown…and there you have it, your Potato Toffee. Serve this yummy and crispy potato toffee as a snack or as an appetizer at your party.
If you are a fan of tea then this is the recipe for you. We’re not just talking about a pot of traditional Masala Tea anymore. Nowadays, tea making has evolved and there are plenty of variations that you can experiment with. There’s a huge selection of different types of tea in this recipe. Each type of tea has a unique aroma, taste and visual appearance. Hope all tea lovers watch and make their favorite tea, just the way they like it!
Do you want to be popular amongst family and friends who love food? Well here is a recipe which will surely make you an instant favorite at parties and get together. Make this crunchy and juicy, vegetable and soya mix, lightly seasoned, coated and breaded with cornflakes deep fried until golden brown Kurkure Momos, which are super easy to make and mouthwatering. Serve at parties and let your family rave about it. So let’s begin!!
Summer Season is on its way and what better way to beat the heat by making this creamy, smooth and chilled Cold Coco. It’s widely famous in Surat and Gujrat and it’s a delight especially for young ones. A cool Chocolate drink would create wonders for a child and grown-ups as well.