Nimki Aloo Anardana Curry Recipe - Potato And Nimki Curry

Nimki Aloo Anardana Curry Recipe - Potato And Nimki Curry

Sunday, 04 March 2018 08:00

Nimki Aloo Anardana Curry Recipe is a combination of all my favorites: potato, crunchy nimki with sweet spicy and chatpata flavours in a gravy form. Its one of the delicious and lip smacking potato based recipe. Its amazingly tangy and sweet (from dried pomegranate seeds powder), crunchy (from nimki or namak para) and with a hint of fennel seeds powder (saunf), it surely amazes your taste buds. Do try this recipe at home and let us know how you liked it? Serve Nimki Aloo Anardana Curry along with Palak Raita, Kachumber Salad and Tawa Paratha for a weekday meal with your family. If you like this recipe, you can also try other Potato recipes for your vegetarian lunch or dinner: Aloo Potol Posto Recipe Aloo Dum Recipe Aloo Matar Ki Sabzi Recipe
Phool Mathri Recipe

Phool Mathri Recipe

Tuesday, 24 October 2017 00:14

Mathri is all time favourite savory especially during festivals. Phool Mathri is just like simple mathri with a different and beautiful design. It is really so tasty, crispy and very easy to make. You can make these mathris ahead of time and serve to the guest when they come to visit you. Serve Phool Mathri along with Poha Chivda and Masala Tea for your tea time break. If you like this recipe, you can also try other Mathri recipes such as Mithi Mathri Recipe Pheki Mathri Recipe Baked Palak Ki Mathri Recipe
Elo Jhelo Nimki Recipe

Elo Jhelo Nimki Recipe

Saturday, 14 October 2017 11:18

Elo Jhelo Nimki is a popular Bengali style Savoury snack.This is mainly prepared during Vijayadashmi and Diwali. It is a crispy and crunchy snack and can be stored in airtight container for 3 to 4 days. This a simple to prepare snack. Only skill involved is while shaping these nimkis. You can serve these Elo Jhelo Nimki Recipe along with Baked Mathri Recipe (Non Fried Tea Time Snack) and Bengali Special Chocolate Sandesh Recipe for your guests during this festival season or otherwise. If you like this recipe, try more recipes like Authentic Nimki Recipe (Evening Tea Time Snack) Beetroot & Spinach Nimki Recipe (Namak Para) Bengali Style Kucho Nimki Recipe (Diamond Shaped Salty Snacks)
Bengali Style Kucho Nimki Recipe (Diamond Shaped Salty Snacks)

Bengali Style Kucho Nimki Recipe (Diamond Shaped Salty Snacks)

Friday, 13 October 2017 11:06

Bengali Style Kucho Nimki is a diamond shape fried snacks which is obvious in time of Durga Puja. Kucho means small and nimki means salty snacks. It serves best with sweets in the time of Bijoya Dashami /dussera, after immersion of Goddess Durga in holy river. This nimkis are very easy to make but it is very tasty. All purpose flour or maida kneaded in oil, salt, kalonji/ kalo jeera and water to make a dough. Then the dough rested for 20 minutes. Small balls are made out of dough flatten like parathas are cut into diamond shape and fry until light brown. It can served hot or can be stored in an airtight container after it gets cooled to room temperature. Serve Bengali Style Kucho Nimki Recipe (Diamond Shaped Salty Snacks) along with Ginger Cardamom Chai (Spice Infused Indian Style Milk Tea) for evening snacking. If you like this recipe, try more recipes like Beetroot & Spinach Nimki Recipe (Namak Para) Kai Murukku Recipe (South Indian Diwali Snack) Manoharam Murukku Recipe (South Indian Diwali Special Paruppu Thengai)
Makki Ki Baked Mathri Recipe (Baked Cornmeal Flaky Biscuit)

Makki Ki Baked Mathri Recipe (Baked Cornmeal Flaky Biscuit)

Friday, 30 September 2016 00:31

These Makki ki Mathri made from Corn meal are baked and are healthy. It tastes good instead of frying them. It is a healthy snack to enjoy with tea or with coffee. Serve Makki Ki Baked Mathri along with hot masala chai for your tea time break. If you like this recipe, you can also try other Tea time snacks such as Thenga Manga Soya Sundal Recipe Mumbai Style Spicy Murmura Recipe Thenkuzal Recipe
Traditional Mathri Recipe - North Indian Savoury Cracker Recipe

Traditional Mathri Recipe - North Indian Savoury Cracker Recipe

Thursday, 05 May 2016 05:14

Mathri is a very famous Rajasthani snack which is traditionally made from flour - you can use either maida or whole wheat chakki atta. The creation of this snack was influenced by the need to have preserved foods that will stay edible for days and the finished products are often stored in big jars at room temperature.  Mathri is served with mango, chilli or lemon pickle along with tea. It is also served at marriages and poojas. Serve the Mathri along with a hot cup Indian Masala Chai for your afternoon snack.  Here are a few other popular Indian Tea-time snacks: Baked Chevdo Recipe (Chivda Mixture -Tea Time Snack) Kai Murukku Recipe (South Indian Diwali Snack) Phool Makhana (Healthy Roasted Lotus Seeds Snack) Ragi Snacks (Chakli And Kodubale) Recipe
Beetroot & Spinach Nimki Recipe (Namak Para)

Beetroot & Spinach Nimki Recipe (Namak Para)

Tuesday, 22 March 2016 05:03

The Beetroot & Spinach Nimki Recipe also known as the Namak Para is a delicious deep fried tea time snack of North India. It is often made and stocked in homes on a regular basis, in addition it is also made during festive occasions like Holi, Diwali, Navratri and more. This recipe is made from ingredients like beetroot and spinach to give its rich color and makes it great for Holi festival. Serve the Beetroot & Spinach Nimki as a tea time evening snack along with a cup of chai or along with a favorite dip. If you like tea time snacks, then you must try some of our favorites like -  Pappu Chekkalu Recipe Jowar Dhani Chivda Recipe Namak Para Recipe Gujarati Style Multigrain Masala Kadak Puri Corn Flakes Mixture
Gujarati Style Multigrain Masala Kadak Puri Recipe (Masala Mathri)

Gujarati Style Multigrain Masala Kadak Puri Recipe (Masala Mathri)

Sunday, 27 December 2015 00:51

The Gujarati Style Multigrain Masala Kadak Puri Recipe is traditional deep fried snack made during festivals like Diwali or Holi. Crisp golden Kadak Puris as they are called is seasoned with spices and is an easy to make snack that you can take when you travel or simply store in your snack box to have along with chai with Achar and Chai. The Kadak Masala Puri (Mathri) also makes a finger food for kids either to munch on as it is or into their snack box for school. If you like Tea time snacks, then you might like like to make Methi Khakra Baked Chevdo Cabbage Onion Vada Onion Vegetable Bajji
Baked Palak Ki Mathri Recipe (Baked Spinach Spicy Tea-Time Crackers)

Baked Palak Ki Mathri Recipe (Baked Spinach Spicy Tea-Time Crackers)

Thursday, 26 November 2015 00:01

Baked Palak Ki Mathri Recipe is a healthy take on Mathri - one of the favorite Indian tea-time snacks. It’s a crumbly, salty and savory Indian fritter or biscuit that has a flaky texture and is perfect served alongside a hot cup of tea. Typically, mathris are deep fried and made with all-purpose flour, as a result many health conscious people avoid it. But this recipe uses the traditional savoury snacks but with healthy twist, where they are fortified with spinach leaves and baked, rather than deep fried. What’s more - whole wheat flour instead of all purpose flour gives it grain and texture too, so you can enjoy this tea-time treat, minus the guilt. Serve the Baked Palak Ki Mathri along with Masala Chai and some other treats like Sabudana Vada Nariyal Ki Kachori Green Spinach & Oats Cutlet
Authentic Nimki Recipe (Evening Tea Time Snack)

Authentic Nimki Recipe (Evening Tea Time Snack)

Saturday, 31 October 2015 08:12

Nimki is a traditional Indian tea time snack recipe, that is often available at every north Indian home. Its is a savory cracker, that is packed with flavors and goes well with a spicy mango pickle or even can be had one its own. Serve the Parti Mathri or Nimki with ginger tea or mango pickle as a tea time snack or make it for the festival like Diwali, Holi or any other special occasion. Find more Tea Time Snacks like Murukku, Ribbon Pakoda, Sev and Mixture that you can make at home and enjoy along with your cup of chai.
Pheki Mathri Recipe (Crispy Fried Savoury Fritters)

Pheki Mathri Recipe (Crispy Fried Savoury Fritters)

Sunday, 25 October 2015 00:29

Pheki Mathri Recipe is a nostalgic one for me. It takes me back to train journeys from my childhood, which always invoke memories of two things - aloo poori and mathri-achar. The pheki (salt less) mathri crispy fried to perfection, is one of my favorite North Indian snacks specially when eaten with the Punjabi mango pickle. The texture of mathri is a classic - almost like savory flaky shortcrust. Crisp on the outside yet soft and flaky on the inside. Pheki Mathri Recipe would always be a part of our long train journeys but are also great to make ahead for festive celebrations like Karva Chauth and Diwali. If you like tea time snack recipes, here are more options to try Makki Ki Baked Mathri Recipe Carrot Pudina Masala Vadai Recipe Vazhaipoo Vadai Recipe (Banana Flower Fried Savoury Snack) Oriya Kancha Kadali Bara Recipe
Mithi Mathri Recipe (Crispy Fried Sweet Fritters)

Mithi Mathri Recipe (Crispy Fried Sweet Fritters)

Saturday, 24 October 2015 11:20

Methi Mathri Recipe is a traditional deep-fried snack of flat fritters flavoured with typical Indian spices. It is usually made during the festive season when every household swings into action preparing a host of homemade sweets, desserts and savoury snacks. Mathri is usually savoury and spiced with ajwain amongst other things, but this recipe is for a sweetened mathri. It is essentially a shortcrust pastry like dough, flattened into rounds and deep fried till golden. Then, the mathri is coated with sugar syrup, creating a crunchy, but flaky fritter laced with a hint of sweetness, perfect for the festive celebrations. You can make this ahead and serve it at a festive gathering too. If you like tea time snacks recipe, try more dishes like Mumbai Style Masala Khichiya Churi Recipe Vrat Ki Kachori Recipe (Savory Buckwheat-Paneer Pastry) Thenkuzal Recipe (South Indian Snack) Baked Paneer Corn Kebab Recipe
Mint And Coriander Spicy Multigrain Cracker Recipe (Mathri)

Mint And Coriander Spicy Multigrain Cracker Recipe (Mathri)

Friday, 15 November 2013 11:43

Spiced Multigrain Tea Time Crackers Recipe is a delicious recipe of a tea time cracker that is flavored with Coriander and Mint and textured with sesame, cumin and ajwain. Shape these crackers using cookie cutters and you can place some cheese or fresh salad over it and serve it as an appetizer for parties during the holiday season. Here are more snack recipes to try Ragi Snacks (Chakli And Kodubale) Recipe Tandoori Aloo Recipe Foxtail Millet Nippattu Recipe Pumpkin Wade (Sweet Pumpkin Pooris) Recipe
Baked Multigrain Mathri (Crackers) with Italian Flavors

Baked Multigrain Mathri (Crackers) with Italian Flavors

Monday, 11 November 2013 12:05

Baked Multigrain Italian Flavoured Mathri is a crunchy and savory snack that is traditionally eaten in Rajasthan with spicy pickles. This recipe of the baked mathri's is a healthy twist of the traditional version that uses multi-grain flour. The recipe also uses the baking technique rather than deep-frying it. The Italian mixed herb seasoning also adds to the uniqueness of it which is loved by both children and adults alike. Serve Baked Multigrain Mathri with Sweet and Spicy Tomato Chutney, Tangy Bell Pepper Hummus or even a Mexican Chilli Bean Here are more recipes of snacks to also try Baked Bhakarwadi Recipe Bulgur Wheat Potato Patty Recipe Nariyal Ki Kachori Recipe (Pan Fried Farali Aloo Vada) Kara Vegetable Pidi Kozhukattai
Baked Mathri Recipe (Non Fried Tea Time Snack)

Baked Mathri Recipe (Non Fried Tea Time Snack)

Friday, 25 September 2009 07:15

The Baked Mathri Recipe is classic North Indian snack that is had with some achar (a spicy Indian pickle) along with a hot cup of chai. These snacks turn out to be lifesavers when you don't have anything in the kitchen to spice up your palate. Traditionally the maithri's are deep fried in ghee (clarified butter). Here in this recipe, I have baked them making it a healthier alternative to deep frying.  Savor the Baked Mathri  with a Spicy Punjabi Mango Pickle, with your favorite cheese, with some salsa, top it with a mushroom white sauce for your parties, or just plain with a hot chai! Here are more snack recipes that you might also want to try Kheel Paniyaram Recipe (Puffed Rice Paniyaram) Parmesan Corn Chili Fries Recipe Mexican Grilled Corn Flavoured With Cheesy Garlic Mayo Recipe Spicy Mixed Vegetable Lollipop Recipe
     
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