This is another variation of Poha, you can call it batata poha or aloo poha as we will be adding aloo in this recipe. If you are using sugar as one of the ingredients, this dish turns into Gujarati style Poha. Adding sugar is completely optional. You can skip it.
Kids too love this fried aloo poha recipe. Serve them with sauce, they will love it.
Maharashtrians serve poha with coconut chutney. They call this dish as batata poha or sometimes kanda batata poha. Kanda is onion and batata is potato or aloo.
Have kanda batata poha the Maharashtrian style i.e., with coconut chutney and let us know 🙂 Continue reading Fried Aloo Poha Recipe
Chocolate Sandwich Recipe
The Recipe of Chocolate Sandwich is as easy as abc. The main ingredients include chocolate, breads (brown or plain) and love 🙂
Time Taken – 10 minutes
Servings – 2 Continue reading Easy Chocolate Sandwich Recipe
I must admit that this hara chana ghughni for breakfast is extremely healthy. This is one of the common breakfasts in parts of Uttar Pradesh and Bihar.
The main ingredient of hara chana ghugni is hara chana itself and onions. That’s it! Well hara chana, in some places, is known as hola or hole or hula or harbhara. In English, hara chana is called as green chickpeas. So, now there’s no confusion in the name 🙂 . Hara chana is rich in Vitamins B9, A and C. It’s a good source of iron, magnesium and calcium; it’s good for your bones too! What are you waiting for? Go and buy hara chana from the nearby grocery store. We are going to make it in our breakfast today. Continue reading Hara Chana Ghugni Recipe for Breakfast
When I got to know that mushrooms are a good source of Vitamin D, I immediately jumped on buying it Though I bought them to make soup, I ended up in making mushroom galouti kebabs. Well that’s because I was craving for kababs 😛 …
Mushroom galouti kebab is a vegetarian delight! If you want to treat a vegan, make some mushroom kebabs for them. And let them guess what are the main ingredients. I’m sure the answer won’t be any near to the main ingredient. Continue reading Recipe: Mushroom ke Galouti Kebab
Poha is made of flattened or parched rice and the other ingredients are green peas, peanut and potato. Sometimes flattened rice is known by the name of this dish itself i.e., poha. Chiura, Chuda, Poya, Chira, Atukulu, Pohe and Aval are some of the names of flattened rice.
Poha is a healthy breakfast. I make this dish atleast once a week, it could be more sometimes. A slight variation and you can make poha differently every time. We will be discussing all the variations. So that when you add poha in your breakfast menu for twice (or thrice) a week, you get different flavours and taste. Continue reading Hara Matar Poha – A Healthy Breakfast
This recipe of Meetha Karela has certainly won many hearts. Karela, also know as bitter gourd in English, sounds something like ewwww… it’s bitter. But trust me the cuisines made out of this lovely vegetable is so so good that you will say “yeh dil maange more” 😛 . Apart from Karela fry, which is slightly bitter on bitterometer (:D), the various dishes that can be made out of this vegetable are – meetha Karela or sweet karela, bhuna karela, bharwan karela or stuffed karela, aloo karela and so on. Among all, in my opinion, meetha karela and bharwan karela rocks. We’ll be making meetha karela SO when you will scroll down you’ll find the recipe. Before that let’s gain some knowledge about this high-on-nutrition bitter gourd. Starting from the nutrient value, it is rich in Vitamin C, dietry fibre, Vitamin B3, B5, B6, iron, magnesium, pottasium and manganese. Continue reading Meetha Karela Recipe, Inherited from Mom
This Dahi Phulki recipe is one of the easiest and can be made in 20-25 minutes in snacks. The time is maximum, you can make in less time too. Yes, it is that easy! And it is very different in taste if we compare it with Dahi Vada. The main ingredients are dahi (curd), besan (gram flour) and Imli ki chutney. It is very light and yummy in taste and a sort of ‘jhatpat’ dish. Dahi phulki is much common during Ramadan. You’ll find it as a daily dish during ramadan at many homes. Continue reading Dahi Phulki Recipe – Light and Easy to Make
Here is one of the Sandwich ideas for a healthy Breakfast. I wanted to have something greeny and something like sandwich in breakfast today. So, tried this recipe and bingo! it was absolutely how I had thought! I made this Breakfast Sandwich with main ingredients – multi-grain bread, Methi (also known as Fenugreek) leaves, and sweet corn. It’s easy, tasty and filling. I don’t think you will be able to eat more than 2 pieces (maximum). I say two because, you won’t be able to take your hands off from the sandwiches. Well! control! control! Continue reading Sweet Corn Methi Sandwich For Breakfast
Wow! This season is full of celebrations! Festival of colours, Holi, is next; Valentine’s Day and so many anniversaries are on 🙂 So this recipe is dedicated to the celebrations. Cheers, with a piece of cake! This cake is a hit. Well, this isn’t just a cake, it’s a healthy cake, made of fresh fruit juices of kiwi and oranges. The one I made today was made from the juices of kiwi and pomegranate. You can bake it any day and any time.
The main ingredients of this cake are pomegranate, kiwi, gur (jaggery) and wheat flour. No milk, no condensed milk and no sugar; you can even take a low-fat butter. My concentration on this cake was just to make it a healthy one so that I can include it in my breakfast or snacks list. I baked this cake in the microwave but you can try it in cooker too. Earlier, I had made chocolate cake in pressure cooker. I’ll soon share its recipe. Coming back to this eggless pomegranate cake, I made it in a rose-shaped mould. Continue reading Eggless Pomegranate Cake Recipe
This one is my favourite!
Aloo Amchur ki Sabzi is very easy to cook and requires less spices and efforts. You can cook Aloo Amchur ki Sabzi in less than 30 minutes. So if you are in hurry or if you want to make a chatpati sabzi for lunch or dinner, Aloo Amchur ki Sabzi is should be on your mind. Aloo Amchur ki Sabzi just requires a couple of spices like garam masala, chat masala, amchur and zeera; that’s it.
Even if you have just started learning how to cook, this recipe is cool enough to start with. Continue reading Sukhi Aloo Amchur ki Sabzi
When you stay in a hostel, out of so many things on your mind there is always one thing that tops the list. And that is Homemade FOOD. Well, if you have just started to learn how to cook or if you are bored of having same old bread and butter in breakfast, give it a new twist! You just need some basic veggies and bread and there you are! Ready to cook a healthy breakfast, Bread Poha.
You can have this Bread Poha in snacks too. It just takes 30 minutes to cook this healthy dish.
Let’s have a look on how this healthy Bread Poha is made:
This recipe will serve 4 people; you can increase the amount of ingredients accordingly. Continue reading Bread Poha, a hosteler’s delight
Shahi Tukda (or Shahi Tukra) is one such dessert which you can find easily at parties or weddings. This sweet dish is believed to be of Mughal origin. Shahi, derived from Persian, means royal and tukda, derived from Urdu-Hindi, means a piece. This royal recipe is said to be inventd in 19th century.
Shahi Tukda is a combination of fried bread, milk and mawa (almonds, pistachios, cashew). Here’s an easy recipe to prepare Shahi Tukda at home: Continue reading Easy Recipe: Shahi Tukda