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.
Making sambar powder from scratch is not an easy task, especially for the untrained. The secret to a great sambar lies in the freshness of the quality of spices that are used to make the sambar powder and of course the method in which it’s made. In today’s recipe we will not only learn to make the traditional sambar powder from scratch but we will also make yummy traditional authentic flavorful sambar with the homemade sambar powder. To simply explain what sambar is all about, it’s a lentil based vegetable stew, which is cooked with freshly ground aromatic masala. Tamarind and jaggery gives the sambar the extra zing and sweetness and elevates the taste. So let’s begin!
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.
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 !!!!
Today’s recipe is of Aloo Pyaz ki Kachori. This is one of the most popular street snack and it’s lip smacking yummy and full of flavour. Whether you are expecting guest or just want to indulge in some hot kachori’s in the rainy season, this is what will give you complete satisfaction. Made with loads of fragrant spice blend, besan, potatoes and onions. Filled in soft rolled out dough and flattened with you delicate hands. Twice fried until puffy and golden in colour. Served with sweet banana, dates and tamarind chutney. It’s mouth watering, try this tangy, spicy, crunchy kachori today.