Eggless Mango muffins recipe – moist and fluffy cupcakes made with freshly pureed mangoes and whole wheat flour baked at 180 degrees for just 20 minutes.
Thenkuzhal murukku recipe – a common snack for Diwali and other occasions.
Spicy puffed rice is a very popular Indian tea time snack. It is also known as Kurmura Chivda in some parts of the Country. Peanuts and roasted nuts or chickpeas are the essential part along with puffed rice in this chivda. Ingredients 1 cup Puffed Rice oil to fry A pinch Asafoetida ½ teaspoon Turmeric […]
These quick and easy to make Eggless whole wheat flour Almond cookies are the perfect treat for any occasion. You can make them whenever you want at home. These Cookies are made from powdered almond, whole wheat flour and butter.
Vettu cake recipe – a cake available in Kerala tea shops to relish with chai.
The fox nuts are a good source of Antioxidant, fiber and many beneficial elements like calcium, Magnesium, Potassium, protein and so on. These component make fox nuts a healthy food. You can have this light and healthy snack anytime.
Matcha Oats Bliss Balls (5 Minutes Recipe) : Super Easy and Delectable Anytime Snack that’s filled with goodness of Matcha + Oats (few other ingredients). Make’s a great Diabetic snack too.
Tea time will definitely be special with these cookies – just like when I first thought about making this recipe. The final result are fluffy and delicious almond cookies to have with a freshly brewed coffee.
Chakli or Murukku is a popular Indian snack, spiral-shaped, crunchy and salty, originating from the lands of Tamil Nadu
Crispy, nutritious, high fiber, health packed crackers with the goodness of flax seeds and oats.
Vada Pav aur cutting chai- does that ring a bell? Vada pav is a popular street food of Maharastra or let me put it this way- vada pav is everybody’s quick grab in Aamchi Mumbai! A spicy, crispy fried potato dumpling is sandwiched between Pav (bread) with a hint of fried chilli which is commonly […]
Monsoons are in full swing in India now. So, our tea time demands for some snacks specially some “Tele Bhaja” (deep fried snacks). If you are in Kolkata then you’re in the hub of street foods. Every evening you can find various stalls at every nooks and corners of the streets. You can easily devour […]
Almost every Indian craves for samosas as the monsoon knocks the door… the combination of piping hot Samosa with hot sip of coffee or Ginger tea is one of the best combos made in heaven.. I have tried out many fillings in Samosas earlier starting from the traditional potato filling to , Cottage cheese and […]
Veg Manchurian is a very popular Indo-Chinese dish and a complete party pleaser. It can be served as an appetizer or as main course with fried rice. The veg balls or fritters are made up of chopped vegetables and then dipped in the sauce. It can be made in two ways: with or without gravy. […]
It’s spicy, tangy, crunchy, crispy, sweet, sour all at the same time. A bite of this chaat gives you an explosion of flavors and you keep craving for more. This recipe is so eye catchy that it tantalizes your taste buds and you can’t stay away from it for long.
Saffron and Pistachio /Kesar pista is a combination made in heaven. I personally adore this combination and love to make kesar pista Milk shake, Kesar Pista Ice cream in summers, Kesar Pista Popsicle and many more desserts with this awesome twosome combo..:) This time I thought of using this combination little differently and make cookies. […]
Treat for choco lovers
Poha or Flattened Rice is a very popular and common dish all across India. It is prepared in different ways in different regions.In Bengal it is typically served with curd and fruits to soothe the stomach during summers, in Assam it is served with milk too whereas in the western region like Maharashtra it is […]
These Cookies are regular with my family, I make a fresh batch almost every 2 weeks..:) and I love Baking them as they are easy and my family loves gobbling them as they are super delicious, gluten free and absolutely melt in mouth..:) Ingredients Ingredients * 1 cup Besan/ gram flour * Desi ghee 1/2 […]
Finger Millet Flour or Raagi ,a highly nutritious cereal loaded with calcium, proteins, iron and other minerals.A special amino acid, Tryptophan present in Ragi helps in curbing appetite ,so its an ideal cereal for weight-loss. In summer they prepare Ragi malt ,a natural energy drink that helps keep the body energized and satiated throughout the […]
Guest arriving in a short notice can panic anyone in the kitchen. Today the same happened with me too. I just had around 40 mins in hand to make the entire lunch. Somehow managed to complete the whole course but some where found something lacking in the spread. Something that can be served both as […]
Tea Time and snacks… They always go hand in hand… The tea time snacks for me with kiddos cannot be a daily affair so I prefer to stock it up…Being brought up in a marwari family, Mathri has always been a favourite tea time snack… Normal Mathri then again goes boring over the time…These Cheesy […]
Veggie paniyaram are spiced dumplings made from left over idli batter. Paniyaram can be made plain, spiced or sweet. They are crispy from out and soft from within. They are vegan and gluten free as well.
I was introduced to this amchi mumbai street-food in Bangalore. After that sabudana vada became a common snacks at my home . A cloudy weather ,a cup of Masala chai with some hot vadas ..what can i ask more !!
Pav-Bhaji Is a famous Mumbai snack which originated at street side snack at beaches like chaupati.The vegetables are boiled, mashed with a masher on big tawa and cooked with chopped onions, tomatoes, garlic and lots of spices. It’s served with pav bread along with lots of butter and lemon wedges. Get the Recipe: Pav Bhaji