Rajasthani Special Churma Laddoo Recipe is shared by Chef Padma Singhvi. The Churma Laddoos are best served with dal and baati; it’s a unique and special western Indian cuisine. Continue reading Rajasthani Special Churma Laddoo Recipe
Dal bhari – it’s the most understood word at home which means dal bhari paratha – is a stuffed paratha. The stuffing includes chana dal or split Bengal gram as the main ingredient. Continue reading Dal Bhari Parathe Recipe Step By Step | How To Make Chana Dal Paratha at Home
What’s better than the homemade french fries, the Indian style! Last I had these french fries were at Mc Donald’s. The challenge was to make crispy french fries. Read on to know the recipe of the crispy french fries. Continue reading Make Crispy French Fries at Home | Recipe
Even if you are the person who loves summers, the sweltering heat is the one thing you must be hating about it. The hotter months take a toll on each one of us, leaving our bodies sweaty and tired. During the summer, when we move out under the sun our bodies warm up and releases certain fluids in the form of sweat. Hence, it is … Continue reading Ten Must-Have Drinks to Keep You Hydrated during Indian Summers
Here is an easy-to-remember recipe that gives the answer to all your queries on How To Cook White Rice perfectly. Continue reading How To Boil Rice Perfectly Recipe
Who does not love Thai cuisines? It is one of the most delicious recipes one can ever taste! I am pretty sure that all of you have thought of creating their own version of shrimp spring rolls with peanut sauce as an appetizer.
Fresh shrimp spring rolls are very tasty! Their gummy like wrapper, fresh vegetables and shrimp will surely satisfy your cravings! Continue reading “Recipe for Shrimp Spring Rolls and Peanut Butter Sauce | Guest Post”
Diwali is nearing, and again it’s the time when you start planning ahead for Diwali recipes. This festive season, you can add Namak Pare to the snacks list. Namak pare are easy to make and I’m sure, when you make the snacks with this namak pare recipe, you are definitely going to pat yourself! It’s easy-to-make and simple recipe. Continue reading “How to Make Namak Para | Namak Pare Recipe for Snacks”
Lauki! Many people would make face like this. I couldn’t find the best face than this as I remember a few from my family itself making faces when they hear its lauki ki sabzi in lunch today. Lauki or bottle gourd veggie is common in most of the Indian houses. There are variations like some make lauki ki tamatar wali sabzi, lauki ka kofta and sometimes the plain and simple one lauki ki sabzi, the recipe for which I am sharing here. This is simple, healthy and can be made within fifteen minutes. So, if you are in a hurry for office, you can make this easily and pack in your lunchbox. Continue reading “How to Make Lauki ki Sabzi | Easy Recipe for Bottlegourd”
Sweet Corn Chat is one of the easiest snacks to make. I would call it a recipe for those who have just started to cook. It’s easy!
You can bookmark this recipe for the time when the guests pay you a visit at home. A healthy snack for munching while chatting with your guests at home. Continue reading “Snacks Time! A Quick Recipe for Sweet Corn Chat”
The story of the marathon starts! I cooked six cuisines all in a day and by myself! Woahhh….
Well, as I said, I’m travelling, I had to prepare something, and additionally when I checked my refrigerator, I found there were many things to be consumed otherwise, once I leave the house they would have been left unattended! And, thus, to avoid the wastage, I decided to cook. Continue reading “The Cooking Marathon and Me”
The most unique dessert awaits you – Apple and Walnut Pie Nacho Crumble! Head to Hard Rock Cafe India and indulge! Available for a short time only.
This video was shared to Foodeez Junction by team Hard Rock Cafe India. Continue reading “Introducing Your Sweet Obsession – Apple and Walnut Pie Nacho Crumble | Recipe by HRC India”
Thank you Ray cooking spray (LB Industries PVT Ltd) team to send the product for review. All opinion is 100% mine.
This is the perfect time to review Ray cooking spray! I, recently, underwent gall bladder surgery and, thus, was advised to have less spicy and less oily food. Post surgery, I had to take just 2-3 teaspoons of oil in a day. Meanwhile, I got the Ray cooking spray Sunflower oil to be reviewed. Isn’t it the perfect time? Continue reading “Chicken Bean Soup Recipe Made with Ray Cooking Spray | Product Review”
It’s been quite a time I had blogged. I underwent a small surgery recently and so the irregularity in posts. It would be for quite sometime.
I have been taking dalia in breakfast and so thought to share the recipe for it. This one is sweet, simple and plain dalia recipe. Though, right now, I’m being treated as a patient I want to tell you there is no such thing called tasteless food. Follow some simple steps and you can make this one into tasty dalia. Continue reading “How to Make Plain and Simple Sweet Dalia | Recipe”
I know it’s been a long long time, since I’ve talked to you. I was missing talking through my posts as (may be as) much you missed reading 🙂
Firstly, I’m wishing you a very happy and healthy 2017. It’s never late! Right? Continue reading “It’s Never Late! Recipe for Malida, a Winter Dessert”