टमाटर और चकुंदर का सूप रेसिपी - Tomato & Beetroot Soup Recipe

टमाटर और चकुंदर का सूप रेसिपी - Tomato & Beetroot Soup Recipe

Tuesday, 12 June 2018 10:12

टमाटर और चकुंदर का सूप रेसिपी एक सरल सूप है जो की पोषण से भरपुर है. इसमें कॉर्न फ्लौर या क्रीम का प्रयोग नहीं किया जाता। इस सूप को सर्दियों या बारिश के दिनों में बनाए और इसका आनंद ले.   टमाटर और चकुंदर का सूप रेसिपी को अपने खाने से पहले परोसे खाने में पालक दाल, प्याज वाली भिंडी और फुल्का परोसे।  अगर आपको यह रेसिपी पसंद आई है तो, आप यह भी बना सकते है, धनिए और निम्बू का सूप रेसिपी  मशरुम और ब्रोकली का सूप रेसिपी  दाल शोरबा रेसिपी  
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Paneer Tikka Momo Recipe

Paneer Tikka Momo Recipe

Friday, 08 June 2018 10:00

Paneer Tikka Momo Recipe has an Indian filling of the paneer tikka that is crumbled and filled into this Indo Chinese momo, which is then steamed and served hot along with a dipping sauce.  Masaledar paneer tikka marinated, cooked and crumbled, filled and sealed to make this out of the box momo preparation.  Serve Paneer Tikka Momo Recipe as an appetizer along with a meal of Tofu & Peanut Noodles - Spiked With Sriracha Sauce and Kung Pao Chicken With Vegetable Fried Rice Recipe for a weekend meal.  Try our other Paneer Recipes:  Smoked Tandoori Paneer Tikka Recipe Paneer In Lemon Honey Sauce Recipe Grilled Paneer Methi Tikki Recipe
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मक्की पनीर पकोरा रेसिपी - Makki Paneer Pakora Recipe

मक्की पनीर पकोरा रेसिपी - Makki Paneer Pakora Recipe

Sunday, 29 April 2018 09:00

मक्की पनीर पकोरा डीप फ्राइड पकोरा रेसिपी है जिसमे कॉर्न और पनीर का प्रयोग किया जाता है. आप इन् पकोड़ो को बारिश के दिनों में या फिर अपने शाम के नाश्ते के लिए बना सकते है. स्वाद के लिए इसमें हरी मिर्च, बेसन और रोज के मसालो का भी प्रयोग किया जाता है. मक्की पनीर पकोरा को हरी चटनी और मीठी इमली की चटनी के साथ परोसे। अगर आपको यह रेसिपी पसंद है, तो आप यह भी बना सकते है  सुरति जोवार वड़ा रेसिपी  चना चाट फ़्रैंकि रेसिपी  पालक और मूंग दाल पकोड़ा रेसिपी 

22 Mouth Watering Pakora Recipes For Tea Time Snack

Wednesday, 25 April 2018 10:00

There is really nothing better than sitting by the window on a cold rainy day, munching on piping hot pakoras and sipping on chai. Pakoras are widely eaten in almost all households across India, with a slight variation from region to region.  A delicious tea- time snack, Pakoras are absolutely welcome in any season, besides, monsoons and winters are the best season to enjoy it with a piping hot cup of Masala Chai. 
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11 Delectable Bajji Recipes For An Evening Snack With Chai

Friday, 20 April 2018 10:00

Bajjis are often synonymous with the Indian cuisine. A classic tea time snack, Bajjis as it is known in South India, it is called Bhajjias in the north. Made differently in different regions, each state has its own little version of the recipe. bajji is one such snack that is literally loved by all age groups.  Often found sold on the streets, you will find each street have this little hole in the wall shop or a cart, selling these delicious bajjis, piping hot straight out of the kadai.   Commonly, raw bananas, big bhajji green chilli, ridge gourd, potato, capsicum, bitter gourd/karela bajjis are made. These Bajjis are often served as a tea time snack, but are also found to be served at festivals, weddings and special occasions where the traditional banana meal is served.
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Onion Bajji Recipe -Vengaya Bajji/ South Indian Onion Pakora

Onion Bajji Recipe -Vengaya Bajji/ South Indian Onion Pakora

Monday, 02 April 2018 09:00

A classic tea time snack across India is Bajjis, made with vegetables of your choice.  Onion Bajji Recipe is one such bajji recipe, crunchy roundels of onions are dipped in a thick besan batter and deep fried until crisp. Crispy- crunchy outsdie of thr bajji with well cooked sogt onions on the inside. These bajjis make for a great tea time snack along with a hot cup of chai. You can also serve these bajjis as an appetizer at your dinner parties.  Serve Onion Bajji Recipe along with Green Chutney and a steaming hot cup of Adrak Chai. This onion bajji is also simple to make and makes a great indian party starter. Take a look at our other Bajji Recipe:  Andhra Style Mirapakaya Bajji Recipe (Stuffed Chilli Recipe) Mangalore Bajji Recipe Aloo Bajia Recipe
Puffed Lotus Seed Pakoras Recipe - Makhana Pakora

Puffed Lotus Seed Pakoras Recipe - Makhana Pakora

Saturday, 30 September 2017 07:30

Puffed Lotus Seed Pakoras Recipe is a recipe that you can try for your evening time snacks. All you need are the basic ingredients that will be available at your kitchen. Makhana in other words called as lotus seed is a popular ingredient in north India. The lotus seeds are rich in phosphorus, protein, potassium and magnesium. The pakoras are also made healthy by frying them in a Kuzhi Paniyaram Pan that uses less oil. Serve the Puffed Lotus Seed Pakoras Recipe along with hot chai with a dipping sauce for your evening tea.  If you are looking for more pakoras recipes here are some :  Methi Pakoras Recipe Pyaz Wali Bhindi Recipe (Okra Onion Stir Fry) Palak Bhajia Recipe (Spinach Pakoras)
Andhra Style Mirapakaya Bajji Recipe - Stuffed Chilli Recipe

Andhra Style Mirapakaya Bajji Recipe - Stuffed Chilli Recipe

Wednesday, 14 June 2017 09:00

Andhra Style Mirapakaya bajji Recipe  is an authentic snack from Andhra Pradesh. The long green chilies are de seeded and stuffed with a spicy chickpea mixture and then dipped into a besan batter and fried till it crisps up. A mixture of freshly cut onions and coriander is made and then added over the chilies and eaten as a tea time snack Serve the Andhra Style Mirapakaya bajji Recipe along with hot cup of tea for your evening snack.  If you are looking for more Tea Time snack recipes here are some:  Baked Chevdo Recipe (Chivda Mixture -Tea Time Snack) Dahi Batata Puri Chaat Recipe (Classic Indian Tea Time Snack) Bhel Puri Recipe - An Indian Street Food & Tea Time Snack
Anar & Aloo Pakora Recipe - Dry Pomegranate & Potato Pakora

Anar & Aloo Pakora Recipe - Dry Pomegranate & Potato Pakora

Thursday, 16 March 2017 00:10

Anar & Aloo Pakora Recipe is traditionally pakora popular in North and North Eastern India. An unusual combination of potatoes combined with dry anardhana must make for a unique yet delicious pakora.  They are traditionally fried in a deep frying pan but also can be made on paniyaram pan to prepare a healthier version. Serve Anar & Aloo Koftas Recipe (Pomegranate & Potato Fritters) with Dhaniya Pudina Chutney and Date & Tamarind Chutney. Here are a few more paniyaram recipes to also try Thecha Paniyaram Recipe Kheel Paniyaram Recipe (Puffed Rice Paniyaram) Chettinad Muttai Paniyaram Recipe Paneer Stuffed Kuzhi Paniyaram Recipe
Makki Paneer Pakora Recipe

Makki Paneer Pakora Recipe

Monday, 13 March 2017 00:05

Makki Paneer Pakora is a deep fried fritters made with corn and paneer. When you are looking for some fried fritters along with a hot cup of chai or coffee, try out this pakora made with some freshly grated paneer, mashed corn, green chili, chickpea flour and some spices that come together to make these fritters absolutely appetizing. Balancing the spice levels by controlling the amount of green chillies added they will be a wonderful after school snack that kids will love too. Serve Makki Paneer Pakora Recipe along with mint chutney or sweet dates chutney on the side. If you like this recipe, here are a few more similar recipes Spring Onion Pakoda Recipe Oriya Kakharu Phula Bhaja Recipe (Pumpkin Flower Fritters) Vazhaipoo Vadai Recipe  Carrot Pudina Masala Vadai Recipe
Punjabi Style Espresso Coffee Recipe

Punjabi Style Espresso Coffee Recipe

Sunday, 12 February 2017 01:00

Espresso is a coffee which is prepared by forcing a small amount of boiling water under pressure. It usually has more caffeine compared to the ordinary coffee. The texture is also more creamy and at time Espresso is served with a cream topping. Now lets see how to prepare Espresso coffee in home. Serve Espresso Coffee along with Atta Biscuit during your coffee break. If you like this recipe, you can also try other Coffee recipes such as Ragi Choco Coffee Mug Cake Recipe Arabic Coffee Recipe Cold Coffee Smoothie Recipe
French Style Red Sorrel Two Bean Soup Recipe

French Style Red Sorrel Two Bean Soup Recipe

Sunday, 05 February 2017 00:21

Red Veined sorrel leaves are the base for this delicious Bean Sorrel Soup. This is a nutritious 2 Bean Sorrel soup as it is made from fresh sorrel leaves, french beans and black eyed peas. This is a very tasty lemony soup. Potatoes are usually added to Sorrel soup, however I have not done so. Instead I have included in the ingredients, fennel and celery to give a bit of body to the soup, and tarragon and parsley for flavour and nutrition. As it is made in the French style, there is butter and cream too. Did You Know- The nutrient and health properties of sorrel are numerous. Sorrel is rich in vitamin C and was of great value as it could prevent scurvy at times when fresh fruits and vegetables were not available. It contains Vitamins A, E, Beta carotene and other carotenoids, as well as potassium which helps in lowering Blood pressure. It is said to have anti inflammatory properties as well as being a diuretic. Sorrel is used medically for reducing pain and swelling or inflammation of the nasal passages and the respiratory tract, as it is said to cause dryness in mucous production and is therefore popular along with other herbs and flowers in treating sinusitis. It is also used to supplement the medication in the treatment of bacterial infections. Sorrel is not advised for consumption by those suffering from arthritis, kidney stones, other kidney related diseases, and during pregnancy. Serve French Style Red Sorrel Two Bean Soup along with Garlic Bread for a weeknight dinner. If you like this recipe, you can also try other soup recipes such as Guacamole Soup Recipe Tomato Noodle Soup Recipe Macaroni Minestrone Soup Pot Recipe
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Spring Onion Pakoda Recipe

Spring Onion Pakoda Recipe

Wednesday, 01 February 2017 00:16

Spring Onion Pakoda Recipe is a deep fried spring onion recipe which are crunchy and taste absolutely yum. It is an easy recipe to make during cold evenings and rainy days or even when there's an unexpected guest at home. Done in a giffy, these Spring Onion Pakoda Recipe tastes best when served with tomato ketchup or green chutney during teas time with masala chai. If you like this recipe, take a look at more snacking options Mosaru Kodubale Recipe (Yogurt-Rice Flour Fritters) Beguni Recipe (Baingan/Eggplant Pakora) Basil Pesto Bombs Recipe Crispy Chicken Pakoda Recipe
Assamese Sweet Kordoi Recipe

Assamese Sweet Kordoi Recipe

Wednesday, 25 January 2017 00:17

Kordoi are fried Assamese snacks that have both sweet and savoury versions, particularly popular during Bihu festival. These Assamese Sweet Kordoi Recipe are named after star fruit (which is called kordoi in Assamese). A simple dough is made using flour, rolled, shaped, fried and then dipped in sugar syrup. Assamese Sweet Kordoi Recipe are not only a breeze to make, but look very pretty and are absolutely scrumptious to snack on during evenings with a cup of hot Adrak Chai! If you like this recipe, here are more snack recipes for you to try Baked Paneer Corn Kebab Recipe Aval Mixture Recipe (Poha Chivda) Homemade Nachos Recipe Pizza Flavoured Idli Muffins Recipe
Moroccan Spiced Cauliflower And Almond Soup Recipe

Moroccan Spiced Cauliflower And Almond Soup Recipe

Wednesday, 18 January 2017 00:00

Moroccan Spiced Cauliflower And Almond Soup is buttery and creamy soup perfect for cold days. With olive oil, jalapenos, green chilli paste and scallions, this rich Moroccan Spiced Cauliflower And Almond Soup Recipe is great to have as a light dinner with a salad or along with a crusty bread like gambang. If you like this recipe, here are more exotic soup recipes to try Thai Chicken Noodle Soup With Veggies Recipe Provençal Tomato Rice Soup Recipe Mexican Chicken Soup Recipe Macaroni Minestrone Soup Pot Recipe
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Grilled Paneer Methi Tikki Recipe

Grilled Paneer Methi Tikki Recipe

Tuesday, 10 January 2017 00:17

Grilled Paneer Methi Tikki Recipe is an interesting twist to the favorite starter in most of the North Indian Restaurants, "Tandoori Paneer". This Tandoor baked starter with its succulent and spicy feel, dipped in Green Chutney is the most sought after snack in any function too. Though traditionally paneer is cooked on the tandoor, at home we can recreate this delicious dish by cooking/frying them over the stove top or grill. In this recipe, along with paneer, there is a healthy inclusion of methi/fenugreek leaves that are highly nutritious and also flavourful. The methi leaves are added to the paneer while they are marinated and when the paneer is pan fried or grilled, the flavours of methi are so much absorbed by the paneer. Hot, spicy, soft and tangy Grilled Paneer Methi Tikki Recipe on a chilly winter evening is the perfect appetiser before a sumptuous meal. Take a look at more appetizer recipes Kamal Kakdi Tikki Recipe (Lotus Stem Fritters) Sweet Potato & Peas Cutlet Recipe Haryali Seekh Kebab Recipe Crispy & Spicy Paneer Starter Recipe
Rajasthani Mirchi Bada Recipe (Chilli Fritters)

Rajasthani Mirchi Bada Recipe (Chilli Fritters)

Tuesday, 03 January 2017 00:21

Mirchi Bada is a famous Indian snack of chilli from the state of Rajasthan. The bigger variety of chillies are used for this recipe. The chillies are stuffed with a wonderful tangy potato mix, then dipped into the chickpea batter and then fried. It makes for a delicious snack to be had with the evening tea. Serve the Mirchi Bada Recipe along with green chutney and hot ginger/masala tea for a tea time snack over the weekend. If you like this recipe, try other fritter recipes Sabudana Vada Recipe (Deep Fried Sago Patties/Cutlets) Aloo Bonda Recipe (Deep Fried Snack With Potato Filling) Namak Para Recipe (Deep Fried Biscuits) Thai Style Fried Bananas Recipe
Crispy Bakwan Sayur Recipe (No Onion No Garlic Vegetable Fritter)

Crispy Bakwan Sayur Recipe (No Onion No Garlic Vegetable Fritter)

Tuesday, 15 November 2016 13:18

Bakwan is Indonesian vegetarian version of tempura, which is a popular Japanese fritter. Just like making a tempura, you will need to decide on your ingredients, this usually consists of assortment of vegetables. And you will need to prepare your batter. The most common bakwan is the vegetables version, in which shredded cabbage and shredded carrot are the two most popular choice. Here, Bakwan I have made has no eggs, and has no onion and no garlic. If you can handle the heat, bakwan sayur is usually eaten with fresh raw Thai Red Chilies. Take a bite of bakwan, and then a bite of the Red chili! But since this is definitely not for everyone, especially me (and usually little kids), it is also common to dip bakwan in tomato sauce and chili sauce during snack time. Here are few more Indonesian delicacies to try Sambal Telor with Nasi Uduk Recipe Roti Gambang Recipe (Indonesian Bread Recipe) Vegetarian Nasi Goreng Recipe
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Chilli Chicken Recipe - Delicious Indian Style Chinese Chicken

Chilli Chicken Recipe - Delicious Indian Style Chinese Chicken

Wednesday, 26 October 2016 00:17

Anyone who loves chicken cannot hide or deny their love for chilli chicken recipe. It is widely popular among all non-vegetarians irrespective of age and regions. Chilli chicken can be either prepared as a dry one or a semi gravy recipe. Chicken pieces are marinated with spices and later cooked with capsicums, chilies and onions. The juicy chicken in spices with the crunchy vegetables lends a unique taste to the dish. You can either prepare it spicier or little sweet according to your cravings and taste buds. They are perfect for chicken fried rice or Fenugreek & egg fried rice. They are kids friendly too. And, you can prepare chilli chicken bites when you have guests at your home as they are a great party pleaser. Prepare this chili chicken and serve warmly with fried rice. If you like this Chilli chicken recipe, take a look at more chicken recipes Spicy Pepper Chicken Recipe Paprika Chicken Skewers Recipe Calcutta Style Chicken Biryani Recipe Kerala Style Chicken Tomato Roast Recipe
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Mosaru Kodubale Recipe (Yogurt-Rice Flour Fritters)

Mosaru Kodubale Recipe (Yogurt-Rice Flour Fritters)

Sunday, 23 October 2016 00:17

Mosaru Kodubale recipe are yogurt-rice flour fritter rings which are one of the loved snacks of Karnataka, they have a crispy exterior and a soft inside, tastes great with coconut chutney or even on its own. Passing the thick yogurt through the sieve is very important since they will turn into pockets of trapped moisture in the kodubale dough while frying. For people who like fritters, and pakoras on a monsoon evening, this Mosaru Kodubale Recipe (Yogurt-Rice Flour Fritters) can be served alongside Masala Chai. If you like this recipe, here are more fritter recipes for you: Cheese Broccoli Fritter Recipe (Pakora) (Non Fried) Sprouted Moong Bade - A Delicious Moong Sprout Fritters Recipe Bhaji Vada Recipe (Lentil and Vegetable Fritters) Gilka Bhajji Recipe (Silk Squash Fritters)
Mixed Vegetable Samosa Recipe

Mixed Vegetable Samosa Recipe

Saturday, 15 October 2016 00:18

A samosa is a fried or baked dish with a Savoury filling, such as spiced potatoes, onions and other stuffing. The Mixed Vegetable Samosa Recipe contains Wheat flour or maida flour shell stuffed with veggies filling, with a mixture of mashed boiled potato, onions, green peas, spices and green chili. The entire pastry is then deep-fried to a golden brown color, in oil. Mixed Vegetable Samosa Recipe is served hot and is often eaten with fresh Indian chutney, such as mint, coriander or tamarind. Mixed Vegetable Samosa Recipe can also be served as chaat, along with the traditional accompaniments of yogurt, chutney, chopped onions, coriander, and chaat masala. If you like this recipe, look at more tea time snack recipes Crispy Chicken Pakoda Recipe Dal and Vegetable Kebab Recipe Matkiche Vade Recipe (Moth Beans Fritters) Dahi Vada With Sweet & Spicy Chutney Recipe
Basil Pesto Bombs Recipe

Basil Pesto Bombs Recipe

Friday, 14 October 2016 00:32

Have you thought of biting into a sweet potato ball and be surprisingly welcomed with a soft and flavourful basil pesto centre. This Basil Pesto Bombs Recipe does just that. It is very healthy, made on a paniyaram pan with very little oil and a great addition to potluck menus. Include them as appetizers with a dip, or add them as a side along with meal of Mushroom Methi Brown Rice Recipe and tomato onion cucumber raita. If you like this recipe, here are more Indian Appetizer recipes Sweet Potato And Moong Sprouts Cutlet Recipe Crispy & Spicy Paneer Starter Recipe Herbed Baby Potatoes Recipe Methi Corn Dal Vada Recipe
Honey Glazed Corn Fritters Recipe

Honey Glazed Corn Fritters Recipe

Friday, 30 September 2016 00:38

Honey Glazed Corn Fritters is a recipe of sweet corn and potato balls spiced up with herbs and then deep fried. Later, these corn fritters are glazed with honey for a tinge of sweet taste. Serve Honey Glazed Corn Fritters Recipe alone during tea time as a monsoon snack or with dips as an appetizer along with weekend meals. If you like this recipe, see here for more corn-based appetizer recipes Asian Style Baby Corn With Sesame Seeds & Peanut Sauce Recipe Crispy Tossed Baby Corn Recipe Dry Chilli Baby Corn Recipe (Indian Chinese Style Recipe) Spicy Sweet Corn & Oat Fritters Recipe (Corn Masala Vada) Corn Cheese Balls Recipe
Oriya Kancha Kadali Bara Recipe (Raw Banana Cutlets)

Oriya Kancha Kadali Bara Recipe (Raw Banana Cutlets)

Tuesday, 27 September 2016 00:01

Odiya Kancha Kadali Bara Recipe are Raw Banana Cutlets from Odissi cuisine that are subtly spicy and are apt replacement for fritters during snack time. These Raw Banana Cutlets that have no onion and no garlic in them. Hence they are ideal to be prepared during most festivals where onion and garlic are forbidden, like Navratri. Remember to replace salt with rock salt, besa/sooji with chestnut/rajgira flour and chat masala with dry mango powder while making these raw banana cutlet during vrat. These cutlets make a nice party starter or a tea time snack recipe. As the raw bananas are bland in taste, make sure you added enough spices and herbs to make it spicy and aromatic. Serve Odiya Kancha Kadali Bara Recipe (Raw Banana Cutlets) with roasted tomato sauce or Dhaniya Pudina Chutney. If you like this recipe, try our other cutlet recipes Healthy Vegetable Poha Cutlet Recipe (Vegetable Beaten Rice Patty) Mixed Vegetable Noodle Cutlet Recipe Rajma Cutlet (Kidney Beans Patties) Recipe Oats and Rajma Cutlet Recipe - A Delicious Tea Time Snack
     
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