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.
Deepawali or Diwali, the brightest festival of the year is here and this time around, we’ve curated two recipes for you to stir up, serve & impress your guests!
The best part? Both of these recipes are damn easy to make and are as scrumptious to the palate.. Why delay? Let’s get started.
Puri Chaat, a distance cousin of Raj Kachori. Easier to make, easier to impress your guests. I mean literally who can say no to a chaat. I can’t. Ofcourse, I’m a chatora. 😛
A crisp puri with bubbling hot vatana, ice cold sweet yogurt, tangy tamarind chutney, zingy coriander chutney, spices, sev, onions is this.
That’s easy ain’t it? Make it & Enjoy 🙂
This recipe was inspired by my relative Manisha Bhabhi, her mom makes a slight different version of this. She calls it Bhar ke Puri and she recently started blogging at www.foodnspoons.com. She shared her mom’s recipe for Bhar ke Puri with me years back, and since then I’ve been making it every now and then with different variations and it comes out great all the time 🙂 Check out her version here.
That’s all for today, one more diwali special recipe to come very soon! 🙂