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 want to impress friends and family but you are not quite a baker, then this is the right recipe for you. Learn how to prepare this easy Mug Cake recipe and bake them like a pro. All you need to do is mix together flour, milk, cream and sugar, all in just one cup and then let the magic happen in the microwave. And Voila…There you have it a perfect, super soft and rich eggless cake. Try this full proof recipe and you’ll never go wrong.
Shahi Paneer recipe is one of the popular paneer dishes ever made. It’s treated as a royal dish as the name suggests. Made with cubes of paneer lightly cooked in mildly spiced rich gravy of onions, tomatoes, aromatic spices and dry fruits. Its deep yellow colour and silky texture will surely build up your appetite and make you wanting for more.
Christmas is just round the corner and what better way to kick start your festive mood with some sweet Swiss Roll Cake. This flat and light sponge cakes are a good change to the usual traditional Christmas fruit cakes which you will find in all stores. Today we will make them at home, without eggs. Fluffy batter, made with flour, sugar, condensed milk and regular milk. Evenly spread on a thin baking tray, baked just for 5 minutes. Super thin and super fluffy cake is ready. Spread any type of sweet filling in the cake and then the tricky part to roll. Rolling a Swiss roll is an art that you can master in time, don’t give up. This Swiss Roll Cake will definitely be a Showstopper at your Christmas luncheon. Merry Christmas to All.
Paneer Parcha, a dish close to paneer pasanda though quite different.
This restaurant style paneer recipe, is a perfect one to dish out to serve with rotis, parathas, naans, steamed rice, pulao, basically any side dish.
A mild flavored rich birista-cashew-yogurt based gravy along with a slice of paneer which has been sandwiched with veggies and grilled. Try it out now!
Step 1: Add Plain flour to a mixing bowl.
Little high on the fats, but this paneer parcha tastes divine. Much better than the one I tasted at the restaurant. Why not try this and share a virtual treat with me? That’s all for today, keep cooking & stay fantastic!
Here’s how to make a delicious Atta Cake, or in other words Whole Wheat Chocolate Cake, all made in a pressure cooker.
Not only this cooker cake is high in fiber, but has no added white sugar. This naturally sweet cake is a perfect snack along dish to have with a cup of tea or coffee.
Loaded with the goodness of dates, now why don’t you try it out? Oh yes, this can be added to your diet if you’re a diabetic patient, in small servings 🙂
Let’s get to it.
Making an atta cake is that easy. Now why don’t you try it out and share a virtual treat with me?
The cake is irresistibly delicious, one literally cannot judge if there is any sugar added. I agree, there is a lot of sugar in this cake in the form of dates and stevia. But that’s natural, and not refined white sugar. And you can easily decrease the amount. Stevia is optional to add, but I like the touch of bitterness it gives in this, that just spikes the sweetness 🙂
That’s all for today, Keep cooking & stay fantastic!
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.
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..
Its been a while that I have posted something in the line Egg-less baking without Oven. What better than this time of the year, cool breezy mornings-evenings, and the start of winters. Winters along with them bring a surprise every year, with some many festivities round the corner, Christmas is definitely not a miss. In fact, today’s recipe is dedicated to Christmas, perfect for gifting, and a plus no alcohol used.
Easy peasy, not much soaking involved, and a perfect season’s greeting!
So, without further ado, here is the recipe.
I love the little crunch from cashews and walnuts and plus the goey texture is heaven from tutti-fruity. A must try for this season. Do pour in your thoughts upon this delicacy in the comments below.
Navratri, a festival filled with joy, happiness, positivity is all here! It’s the time when we fast for 9 days, pray to god, play garba-dandia.. Talking about the fast, people follow different rituals for it, Some eat food once a day, some eat only falhari food once a day, some eat food with no salt, some with only sendha/rock salt, some eat only fruits, some only drink water or milk, some eat only satvik food.. Many other rituals are there, all families follow different things but what brings them together is the God & the energy & positivity God gives us while fasting!
My family follows to eat Satvik Food Once a day in the festival. So, today is the Day 1 of the Nine Day Festival, and here’s the Satvik thali I made for today 🙂