Kebab is a very famous appetizer in India. There are tons of recipes for non veg kebabs but what about the vegetarian’s. Not to worry, here is a recipe for the most succulent pieces of deep fried Indian vegetarian kebabs which are made with hung curd and subtle flavor of fragrant spices. Unbelievably tender and delicious famously known as Dahi ke Kebabs.
Don’t you feel lazy at times to cook a dish? What comes up to you? I basically look to make a simple, healthy and easy to make.. If that’s one pot, icing on the cake!
So the wonderful people behind Mooppi! have challenged me to make my favorite One Pot Dish.. My response was why not? There’s lot more one pot recipes than One Pot Pasta..
In an instant, I knew what I will make, it’s baked khichdi.. It’s simple to make, high on nutrition, and there are numerous ways you can gorge on it. Be it serving a scoop full with papad, chutney and achar or a wedge with schezwan sauce 😉
Let’s not delay any further, here’s the recipe in detail:
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What better than a hot cup of coffee with some crunchy onion pakoras on a cool breezy evening. We love our pakoras for sure.
But, wait, these ones are bit different, I tell you. These super crunchy little pakoras are a delight! This recipe had been shared to me by a dear neighbour, who happens to be Sindhi. These sanna pakoras are called sanna, cause I understand sanna means small. There is no much difference in the making of these from the old style pakoras, but the double frying & lotsa coriander does the trick!
Dhoklas is something I gorge on often, not just because these little steamed cakes are healthy, light, spongy & high on protein, but also because I love them! 😀
My mom makes these Khaman Dhoklas using curd which are an absolute delight, and I thought why not share the recipe with you as well? She personally loves Onion Dhoklas, recipe for that in the notes section 🙂
Here’s the video recipe 🙂
You just can’t go wrong with this, try it & share your feedback with us 🙂