Here’s a recipe for all our vegetarian lovers. Every time we pass buy a street shop, making egg bhurji, the aroma just leaves a craving for something similar. I am sure all the vegetarian lovers would wish if there was a recipe similar to that, well don’t look any further. Here is a recipe made plainly with besan and maida, cooked with lots of aromatic masala and spices and scrambled. And voila what do you get Eggless Bhurji homemade. Try making it and Enjoy!!!
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.
Want to try a Vegetarian Biryani of some different style Here is an easy recipe for Kabuli Chana Biryani prepared in one pot. It is a unique biryani recipe with a blend of rice and pulses, cooked together along with aromatic spices and fresh herbs. Kabuli Chana is commonly used to make Chole, but this time let’s make a one pot hearty meal with Kabuli Chana.
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.
Shahi Paneer recipe is one of the popular paneer dishes ever made. It’s treated as a royal dish as the name suggests. Made with cubes of paneer lightly cooked in mildly spiced rich gravy of onions, tomatoes, aromatic spices and dry fruits. Its deep yellow colour and silky texture will surely build up your appetite and make you wanting for more.
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! 🙂