Gular Ki Sabzi Recipe/ Shallow Fried Cluster Fig

Gular Ki Sabzi Recipe/ Shallow Fried Cluster Fig is made from wild figs. Wild figs grow on the branch of the fig tree in clusters and hence bear their name. These figs are available and popular in Lucknow and Kanpur region. This Gular Ki Sabzi Recipe/ Shallow Fried Cluster Fig is served usually as a snack at tea time. Or it can also be served as a dish with steamed rice and Awadhi Moong Dal Ki Goli, or with phulkas. If you like this recipe, Here are a few more stir fries that you can also try Gorikayi ...

Moong Matar Kebab Recipe (Green Lentil And Peas Kebab)

Green Lentil and Peas Kebabs are a perfect replacement for all the kebab lovers this winter. You may enjoy them as a starter, a tea time snack or even send them in tiffin for your kids. They are nutritious but I also agree that as it is deep fried it somewhere restricts the weight watchers. Well in that case, you can simply shape them as a disk and shallow fry in a non stick tawa and make patties or make round balls and fry them in appe pan or air fry them for more better results. Serve Moong Matar ...

Gola Kebab (Indian Style Meat Balls) Recipe

Gola Kebab is made from mutton (lamb meat) that can be relished as a side dish with a vegetarian meal. This recipe is so versatile that it fits best in the category of finger food (starters) to be served in a party. Gola Kebabs or mutton meat balls are so easy to make that it hardly takes 30 minutes to serve it. As the meat balls are pan roasted with minimum oil, they don't climb the calorie meter too. Don't worry about the left overs they can be packed as a roll in paratha for lunch box. Serve ...

Jimikand ke Kebab Recipe (Yam Kebabs)

The Jimikand ke Kebab Recipe are a wholesome recipe of the kebabs that is packed with flavor and texture. Jimikand is a root vegetable, also known as the Indian Yam or Suran. The yam has delicious nutty taste, and when combined with chaat masala and spices, brings out a burst of flavors. You can serve the Jimikand Ke Kebas along with Green Chutney as a appetizer for your parties. If you like this recipe, you can also try other Appetiser recipes such as Bhaji Miligai And Baby Potato ...

Broccoli Malai Kofta Recipe

The Broccoli Malai Kofta Recipe, is a wholesome and nutritious way to combine the broccoli and paneer into a Kofta. The Broccoli Malai Kofta using a non-deep fried recipe to make the Kofta using the Kuzhi Paniyaram Pan Method. You can alternatively use the oven to make the kofta's and it will turn out just as good. These Koftas are also made without the use of onion and garlic, making them sattvik. Serve the Broccoli Malai Kofta with a soft Phulka's and a Paneer Pulav for ...

Peshawari Chole Recipe

Peshawari Chole is just one of the many delicious dishes from the Punjab, and as the name suggests, has a hint of Peshawari style of cooking. Spicy and flavorsome, this dish requires some prior planning as the chickpeas need to be soaked in water for at least 6 hours. Serve the Peshawari Chole along with hot Bhatura or Naan, it makes an ideal Sunday lunch for the whole family. You can also top Samosa or Aloo Tikkis with the tasty Peshawari Chole and relish it as a tea time snack.  If you like ...

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