Let’s get cozy…not in the literal sense, but with a bowl of piping hot winter soup Hot and Sour soup. Popular and will know as an Indo Chinese soup and ordered almost every time in restaurants. Super easy to make and very healthy as well. Make it at home from scratch; make your own clear and tasty vegetable stock with leftover vegetables and then make the flavorsome vegetables shine with some Indian red chili and spices, few commonly available sauces and there you have it. A comfort soup to die for. This smooth and tasty soup will keep you warm during the cold winter night, do try.
Tacos are a popular Mexican street food. Tacos are easy to make and a very practical meal if in a hurry you can stuff with any kind of filling and serve. Today’s recipe is a fun twist to this classic Mexican dish…Let’s call it an Indo- Mexican taco recipe. Arancini patties made with red kidney beans, rice and some mix of Indian spices, battered and coated, shallow fried until golden brown. The harissa sauce made with super-hot red chilli and fresh garlic and coriander but easily mellowed down with loads of mayonnaise. Tacos made with Indian Laccha Parathas, slathered with the harissa sauce, aracini patty, sprinkled some Mexican seasoning and pan fried or even baked.
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.
Let’s make a very popular breakfast recipe. Easy to make, crispy yet soft Masala Potato Poori or most commonly known as Aloo Puri. Puri is a puffy, light and crisp unleavened deep fried Indian bread, served during breakfast, along with pickle or vegetable gravy. It is made with wheat flour, boiled potatoes, little bit of the masala and suji to give it the extra crispness. One of the favorite tiffin items for kids and enjoyed by all. So let’s begin!!
Do you want to be popular amongst family and friends who love food? Well here is a recipe which will surely make you an instant favorite at parties and get together. Make this crunchy and juicy, vegetable and soya mix, lightly seasoned, coated and breaded with cornflakes deep fried until golden brown Kurkure Momos, which are super easy to make and mouthwatering. Serve at parties and let your family rave about it. So let’s begin!!
Anyone who is living in India is well aware of the famous Indo-Chinese dish called as Gobi Manchurian. This is a dish which caters to our Indian palate and also allows our vegetarian friends to enjoy Indo Chinese cuisine at its best. This is a simplistic different take on the regular Manchurian dishes, goodness of the crispy deep fried cauliflower florets tossed in light soya and red chilli sauce gravy, thickened just enough to coat that each and every juicy gobi florets and served hot with a slight sprinkle of fresh spring onions green. Yummy to the core. Let’s quickly make this insanely delicious dish at your upcoming party..full on restaurant style.
All the Chutney lovers, here is a recipe for you. Here is a delicious chutney recipe not one but two, Coconut Chutney and Peanut Chutney. Super easy to make and with minimal effort, make it at home with just your house hold ingredients from your kitchen. Widely popular in south India, no breakfast is complete without serving the chutney as an accompaniment to your Dosas, Idlis and Vada. Made with fresh coconut and roasted peanut, blended with some fragrant spices and tempered with little oil and some Indian masalas. Begin your day with a hearty breakfast and you’ll be on a roll.
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!
Indian street food culture has become very versatile and one of the prominent example is the dominance of Chinese cuisine which has been uniquely tweaked to cater to the Indian palate.If you love Indo Chinese Food, then you must have relished Vegetable Manchurian in some restaurant or food stall. Here is a recipe that will teach you how to make this popular dish at home. Make nice soft dough with cabbage and veggies, add some masala to give it that Indian twist, deep fry the veggie manchurian balls and toss it with the rich thick Manchurian sauce, and there you have it. It’s that easy.
Looking to make something tasty and quick for your kids, then here is a kid friendly recipe which will always be a big hit with kids. Stuffed Macaroni pasta, homemade veggie sauce stuffed in macaroni shells, and tossed with homemade pasta sauce. Lightly flavored and packs a punch. Whether tossed or stuffed, pasta makes a healthy family meal and it’s quick to make. So there is no need to slave away in the kitchen, make this pasta and enjoy a happy meal with your kids and family.