Let’s make the ever so famous Bengali Street Style Vegetable Cutlets, widely popular in almost all parts of India but with a lot of variations. They are made with mashed potatoes and mixed vegetables, flavored with spices, shaped, batter coated, breaded, and fried until crispy. Soft from the inside and crispy from the outside. A delicious recipe for all, it easy to prepare and makes a wonderful snack.
I scream!! You scream!! We all scream!!! Ice Cream…haven’t you heard this when you were growing up. Who knew ice cream making could be so easy, right at the comfort of your home. This homemade fresh cream ice cream is creamy, velvety, delicious and full of pure sweetness. Made at home with few ingredients and it takes just a few minutes to make and a 25 minute spin in your ice cream maker.
Who hasn’t heard about Bhel Puri, but have you heard about a new Indo Chinese Bhel. I bet you will only here about it in India. Crispy Chinese Bhel is an excellent and awesome snack to treat everyone from kids to the elders. It’s made by deep frying noodles and spicing it up with the ever so famous Schezwan sauce. I would say it’s a remarkable idea and it’s here to stay.
Everyone bakes bread in an oven, but have you ever heard of making freshly baked homemade white bread with just one piece of utensil. That’s right I am talking about a Pressure cooker. You’re gonna love how easy this one potbread recipe is. Learn it from the expert, to make super soft and spongy bread. Just as you like it!
Everyone likes to try their luck baking, and everyone starts with the classic recipe of the ever so famous Choco Chip Cookies. These cookies melt in your mouth; they are crunchy and oozing with melting choco chips. If there is one thing a kid would wish for then it would definitely be Choco Chip Cookies. This recipe is tried and tested and is a delight for everyone. Please do try, best part is you do not need an oven; it can be made in the cooker, right at home.
Are you looking for some comfort food during the long cold winter nights or are you just in a mood for something soupy? Here is a recipe of a hearty noodle soup Thuppa or Thukpa as commonly known in some region, inspired from the region of Sikkim and Nepal and now is eaten in many parts of India. This noodle soup is a one pot wholesome meal; the soup is mildly spiced with Indian masala and is served with boiled plain noodles. Let’s cook up a storm and begin!
Are you in a mood for something sweet and creamy then why not try making this Indian dessert very popular in the states of Maharashtra and Gujarat it’s the traditional recipe of Basundi a rich and delicious dessert made of thickened milk and sugar, hint of nutmeg and flavored with cardamom and saffron strands and not to forget garnished with roasted almonds and pistachio to give it the extra nutty flavor. Do try making this rich creamy delicacy dessert on this joyful occasion of Raksha Bandhan.
Festival season is just about to begin, why not make some healthy and delicious snacks, Moong Dal Mini Samosas. Crispy on the outside and packed with sweet, sour, spicy and nutty flavor filling inside, not to forget this mini samosas are made with homemade wrappers as well. These mini samosas are perfect little bites, widely popular snacks served during festival. These namkeen snacks can be baked as well as fried. They are irresistible and mouthwatering.
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.