Let go green today at breakfast, I mean let’s make a gluten free and healthier version of the dosa. A signatory breakfast from the region of Andhra Pradesh the ever so famousPesarattu Dosa or whole Green Gram / Sabut Moong Dosa, The uniqueness of this dosa is, it’s made with green moong dal, which does not need any fermentation and is quick to make. This dosa is most commonly eaten at breakfast and because you do not have to ferment the batter, we can soak the grain, grind it and prepare quickly. Crispy Pesarattu Dosa filled with your choice of filling and served with allam chutney and korma. Sounds delicious, perfect way to begin your day. Let’s start!
Today’s recipe hails from Rajasthan, very popular snack which can be made in various variations. We are talking about Kachori commonly known as Khasta Kachauri. Kachori’s are deep fried crispy and crunchy pastry balls stuffed with a savoury filling of moong dal, besan and a mild sweet and spicy dry masala. This recipe is unique in its own way, the outer covering is not made using maida rather its made with suji or semolina, which is a much healthier option. The most important part of the recipe is to ensure that the kachoris turn crispy from outside and super soft and moist from inside. Let’s get to it.
Samosa is the most loved and sought after snack recipe, relished in India. These small crispy, triangles are so addictive, and are a popular specialty snack in all Irani Cafes around the country, and it’s most popular in Hyderabad. These samosas, also goes by the name of Irani Samosas. Most regular samosas have a filling of potatoes and peas, but with time a lot of variations have been added specially concerning the filling. This recipe has a filling of corn, fragrant spices and a secret ingredient, pressed rice most commonly known as poha. The samosa have a super crispy and smooth exterior and is loaded with awesome filling in the inside. Serve them at your party or just enjoy them alone with a cup of hot Irani Chai.
If you are overloaded with the festive food and looking forward to making something light and easy on the stomach. Then what’s better dish than making mushrooms, here is a delicious mushroom masala Indian gravy dish with awesome flavors. Mushrooms cooked in rich, thick, creamy gravy, with onions, cashews and aromatic masala and spices. A semi dry lightly spiced Indian gravy which is perfect accompaniment for steamed rice or Indian bread varieties. Off to making Mushroom Masala a true Indian gravy dish.
If you have an upcoming vegetarian food function then the immediate dish that comes in mind is Paneer, but aren’t you bored repeating the same paneer dishes at every party. Today’s recipe will break the monotony; here is a recipe which is rich and royal, the all famous Yellow Hyderabadi Paneer Majestic. Paneer strips lightly coated with a smooth and silky yellow batter, deep fried until golden and then tossed in aromatic spice tadka and finally coated with the rich creamy majestic yellow color sauce. This is a recipe that gives you restaurant style flavors at home with minimal effort. Let’s savor this majestic lip smacking paneer dish along with your friends and family.
Let’s kick start the week with something healthy and quick. Easy, simple Indian lunch boxes meal made from regular staples at home. These recipes will inspire you and ease your burden of what to cook for your child which is healthy, full of nutrients and veggies.. that they so despise. Kid’s needs good fuel to get them through the day and you need something less time consuming cos mornings are very critical. So we’ve put together best lunch box ideas and recipes that your kids going to love. Simple peas and broccoli pulao, lightly flavored and super fragrant and traditional mixed dal made with beetroot for color and nutrition’s what’s more could you ask for, Let’s Begin!
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..
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!
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 🙂