Archive for the ‘Vegetarian’ Category

pav bhaji

Pav Bhaji Recipe

Pav bhaji is one of the famous street foods of Mumbai. Traditionaly bhaji is prepared with mashed potatoes. To make it more healthier sometimes we add green peas, capsicum, cauliflower, carrot etc. In my recipe I have used pumpkin and carrot along with potatoes. Kids usually don’t like pumpkin but they will love it in […]

sabudana vada

Sabudana Vada or Sago Vada Recipe

Sabudana Vada is another deep fried snack from Maharashtra. Sabudana vada is a nutritional snack served usually during religious festival, fast/upvas especially in Navratri Vrats. Sabudana vadas are crunchy and can also be served as tea time snack on a rainy day.

Vada Pav

Vada Pav | Mumbai Vada Pav Recipe

Vada pav is a famous street food of Maharashtra. In this a tampering of mustard seeds and ginger garlic is added to the mashed potatoes and by dipping in the seasoned gram flour batter it is deep fried. Then vada is placed in the pav and served with chutney or sauce. It can be served in […]

gujiya

Gujiya Recipe

Gujiya is a North Indian cuisine particularly Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan. It is sweet dumpling made with suji and maida and stuffed with mawa. It is prepared on the spring festival popularly known as the festival of colours that is Holi. On this Holi try to make mawa gujiyas at home and serve […]

namak pare

Namak Para | Namak Pare Recipe

Namak para is a crunchy and salted snack. It brings back lot of memories from my childhood. My mother use to prepare namak paras when the Holi festival is near by. I have learnt this recipe from her and today I am sharing the same recipe.

mirchi vada

Mirchi Vada (Rajasthani Mirchi Vada) Recipe

Mirchi Vada is yet another Rajasthani dish which is served as a snack with chutney and hot tea. In this green chilies are filled with potatoes, dipped in gramflour batter and deep fried.

matar kachori

Matar ki Kachori (Green Peas Kachori) Recipe

I have learnt this Matar ki kachori from my aunt. In this recipe matar are cooked with different spices and are used as filling. To make it more healthier I have also used whole wheat flour instead of complete maida.

Bread Roll

Bread Roll

Deep fried bread rolls stuffed with potatoes..which can be eaten in the morning as breakfast or as a evening snack. It can be served with green chutney or sauce.

Crispy Dal Fry

  Serving : 5 Cooking Time : 30 minutes Prep Time : 20 minutes Ingredients: 1 cup Dhuli Moong Dal 4 tsp Besan (Gram flour) 100 gms Carrot (Finely chopped and boiled) 100 gms boiled Matar

bread pakora

Aloo Bread Pakora

Bread pakora stuffed with aloo masala dipped in besan batter and deep fried. Enjoy the monsoon season with aloo bread pakora along with a cup of tea.