dabeli

Dabeli Recipe | How to make Kutchi Dabeli

Dabeli is a famous street food from Gujarat. It is a spicy snack made by mixing boiled potatoes with a dabeli masala, and putting the mixture between pav or burger bun. Dabeli is served with chutneys made from tamarind, date, garlic, red chilies, etc. and garnished with pomegranate and roasted peanuts.  Read more »

plain-dosa

Plain Dosa Recipe | How to make plain dosa

Plain dosa are soft and light.  Its main ingredients are rice and black gram. Dosa is a typical part of the South Indian diet and popular all over the Indian subcontinent. Traditionally, Dosa is served hot along with sambar and chutney. There are different versions of dosa used to be prepared in the south indian homes. Read more »

potato-kulcha

Potato Kulcha Recipe without yeast | How to make potato kulcha

Kulcha is particularly a Punjabi dish and is loved by almost everyone. Potato (Aloo) kulcha is one of the different versions of kulchas. It is easy to prepare at home. Potato kulcha goes well along with curd and pickle. My husband and son love to have potato kulcha on weekends as breakfast. Lets start with the recipe… Read more »

Aloo Bonda

Aloo Bonda Recipe | How to make aloo bonda

Aloo bonda is a deep fried snack and can be made easily. They are crispy from outside and soft from inside. First time I had aloo bonda at my aunts place in Madhya Pradesh. Usually they serve aloo bonda with meethi chutney or green chutney. Yesterday I prepared aloo bonda for my son for the evening snack and he loved a lot. I am sharing the same recipe for my readers as well… Read more »

Aloo Methi

Aloo Methi Recipe | How to make aloo methi

Aloo methi is a everyday recipe. Methi ( fenugreek leaves) is little bit bitter in taste but the combination of potatoes (aloo) and fenugreek (methi) goes well.  There are two ways to prepare aloo methi one is with onion and garlic and the other is with onion , garlic and tomato.  Personally I love to cook aloo methi in the second way… as by adding tomatoes the bitterness of methi is adjusted. Read more »

jalebi

Jalebi Recipe without yeast | How to make jalebi at home

Probably the only Indian sweet that does not have to be a specific size and shape is the Jalebi. While all of us have seen and tasted the curly, crispy , and sweet  jalebi, it is the one sweet which we can try and make without the fear of “how will it look”.As long as it is cooked properly and tastes great, the Jalebi rules the roost. Celebrate this diwali with crispy and juicy jalebi.

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Medu Vada

Medu Vada Recipe | How to make medu vada

Medu Vada is one of the traditional south Indian recipe. It is generally eaten as breakfast or a snack. Medu vada’s are prepared from urad dal or black lentil. Urad dal is soaked in enough water for atleast 2-3 hours and ground to a paste then fry, crispy from outside and soft from inside. A perfect breakfast recipe if served with sambhar and as snack if served with coconut chutney. Read more »

Vrat ke aloo

Vrat ke aloo recipe | How to make vrat ke aloo

Aloo is all time favorite in my family. Potatoes are usually eaten in the days of fasting in most of the families in India. There are different ways of preparing the vrat aloo and this is a very simple and easy potato recipe for the fast.  Read more »

cucumber raita

Cucumber Raita (vrat recipe) |cucumber raita

Cucumber raita (vrat recipe) is very simple and quick to prepare.

You can serve cucumber raita as a side dish with kuttu ki puri. As yogurt and cucumber have a cooling tendency, it will balance the warmth of kuttu. Read more »

kuttu poori

Kuttu ki Puri Recipe | How to make kuttu ki puri

Kuttu ki puri is popular during fast. Puris made from the kuttu ka atta and potatoes. You can serve kuttu ki puri with aloo sabzi, cucumber raita. As kuttu generates warmth in your body so it is advisable to consume it yogurt as side dish or raita.

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