Honey-glazed Roasted Nuts in Paper cones

Honey-Glazed Roasted Nuts for Snacks, 10-Minute Recipe

Here is an easy and healthy recipe, Honey-Glazed Roasted Nuts, which include the dry fruits and honeyt. You can serve them in snacks.

Honey-glazed roasted nuts is as simple recipe and can be made with just a few ingredients available in your kitchen cupboard. I love this snack, the reason being it’s easy, less time taking and involves dry fruits. You might have noticed, when you visit family and friends, they sometimes just keep dry fruits in front of you in a serving tray. I never supported this idea of presenting the plain dry fruits. This is the main reason why I’m writing the roasted nuts recipe today. I usually munch the dry fruits while working, it’s healthy and you need not just take the plain dry fruits from now on. Continue reading “Honey-Glazed Roasted Nuts for Snacks, 10-Minute Recipe”

Cafe Niche in Mumbai

Experience the Taste of Italy at Niche Cafe in Mumbai

Niche Café restaurant, promoted by Mr. Suresh Kanchan, has recently launched its first outlet at Dahisar East in Mumbai. The authentically prepared Italian, Mexican, Continental cuisines at Niche Café will tickle the most discerning taste buds, making it a finest dining experience. The food is healthy, fresh and prepared with superior ingredients, pronounced creativity and complimented with prompt services. It is served on white cutlery to add to the hygiene. Continue reading “Experience the Taste of Italy at Niche Cafe in Mumbai”

Coconut Pudding

Tender Coconut Pudding

With the mercury level soaring, what more could be refreshing than a chilled bowl of “Tender Coconut Pudding”.

Tender coconut water is known for its unique combination of simple sugars, minerals and electrolytes. This Coconut pudding is creamy, light and bursts with playful notes and ideal to be had during any time of the day. It is a simple Coconut Pudding recipe and can be made with very basic ingredients.

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The first time I got to taste this divine pudding was at the ‘Fruit Shop On Greams Road”, from then on there was no stopping me. It has always intrigued me if I could ever create something so divine. With many trial and errors, with minor adjustments and some tweaking I managed to make this decadent pudding, which I’m sure you’ll enjoy making and eating as well!! Continue reading “Tender Coconut Pudding”

Recipe: Cheese Mushroom Omelette for Breakfast

Cheese Mushroom Omelette Recipe is an easy to make and the kids at home will like this breakfast food too.

Cheese Mushroom Omelette, as the name itself says about the main ingredients – eggs, cheese and mushrooms, and one more sweet corn. The easy recipe can be made within 10 minutes, if you have everything handy i.e, chopped and sliced. Continue reading “Recipe: Cheese Mushroom Omelette for Breakfast”

Chicken Saagwala Recipe

Chicken Saagwala Recipe | How to Make Chicken Spinach

Chicken Saagwala Recipe takes less time to cook and is an easy recipe also known as Chicken Spinach Curry, Murgh Saagwala.

Chicken Saagwala or Murgh Saagwala recipe, an amazing combination of vegetable and chicken, is easy and healthy too. When it comes to spinach I always make faces to avoid and go for another cuisine, and if nothing is there, I settle on dal roti. But I’d always thought of an alternative on how to get this avoiding-spinach-sabzi away. And, lo, I got it! This Chicken Saagwala is just apt. Its taste will, certainly, make you want more. Continue reading “Chicken Saagwala Recipe | How to Make Chicken Spinach”

Recipe for Kadhi Pakora, an All-Time Favorite!

Kadhi Pakora is an all-time favourite dish in northern part of India. I call this recipe for Kadhi pakoda as Shandar Kadhi as it looks so beautiful and its taste takes you to the other world.

Kadhi or Karhi (as some may call) is served as main course. You might have heard of Kadhi Chawal, this combination is spot on! I, absolutely, love this kadhi pakoda recipe.

Kadhi is made by thick gravy of sour yogurt (dahi) or buttermilk, by adding chickpea or gram flour that is besan in hindi, with fritters of vegetables or gram flour dipped in the curry or Kadhi. Continue reading “Recipe for Kadhi Pakora, an All-Time Favorite!”