Rainforest in Mumbai

Feel the Jungle in Mumbai with Rainforest | Press Release

Rainforest, a ‘Jungle’ theme-based Restro-Bar had rolled out a campaign this Diwali named as ‘Ek Diya Jawaano Ke Naam‘. Diwali, celebrated with much pomp and glory at the end of autumn in India, is popularly known as “the festival of lights”. As bit by bit, every corner of the country lights up — with diyas, with the sparkle of a firecracker in the sky and with the brightest of smiles.

While every Indian celebrates the festival pompously, there are soldiers who don’t even remember when did they celebrate their last Diwali with their families. The purpose of the campaign was to establish an emotional connect between the civilians and the soldiers during festival. While conducting the campaign, Rainforest gave away Diyas to the customers, urging them to light them in the name of the brave soldiers who are guarding the borders so that everybody can celebrate this festival safely. Continue reading “Feel the Jungle in Mumbai with Rainforest | Press Release”

Aloo Kachori https://foodeezjunction.com/2016/08/25/aloo-ki-kachori-recipe/

Aloo ki Kachori – a Special Holiday Snack

Aloo ki kachori is typically a north Indian dish. You can take it in snacks and if you are a kachori lover, you would definitely want to have it in breakfasts too.

Kachori is a deep fried, crispy and flaky pastry, similar to samosa. But it is different in shape and taste, and the ingredients too. You can make kachoris from peas, aloo, moong dal, urad dal or keema stuffing. I chose to make and share aloo kachori recipe as potatoes are my daughter’s favourite. Continue reading “Aloo ki Kachori – a Special Holiday Snack”

Make Aloo Bhujia Sandwich in Three Minutes!

Aloo Bhujia Sandwich! It reminds me of my childhood. A friend used to bring it in her lunchbox and that was the first time I was introduced to this easy but yummy dish. Even a kid can make it. I even used to have it during my hostel life. Continue reading “Make Aloo Bhujia Sandwich in Three Minutes!”

Falooda

Homemade Falooda Sev

Falooda ice cream! Falooda ice cream! As soon as I would hear the Falooda wallah calling out, I would run to buy my share of ice cream topped with falooda sev. Such was the craze for this vermicelli when I was a kid.

In past few days, the temperature has been soaring. Although it rained many times, the humid weather is making it worse. So, I have been making many thanda thanda cool cool dishes for everyone at home, especially me 😉 Continue reading “Homemade Falooda Sev”

Chatpata Kala Chana Recipe

Chatpata Kala Chana Recipe for Ramadan

Here is the step by step guide to Chatpata Kala Chana recipe. You can call it chana chat too.

Kala chana is known with various names – black gram, dark chickpeas, Bengal gram and desi chana. It is highly nutritious and is a rich source of vitamins and minerals. Kala chana is considered as dal and vegetable both. Continue reading “Chatpata Kala Chana Recipe for Ramadan”

Paneer with Coconut Milk Recipe

Paneer with Coconut Milk Recipe

Paneer with Coconut Milk Recipe is mainly cooked as an appetizer. You can make it any time; the vegetarian recipe has only three main ingredients and the rest of the ingredients are from your kitchen cupboard. And it takes less time too, to make this Paneer with Coconut Milk Appetizer Recipe.

To make this creamy cuisine, we require Oregano too. I’m sure you might be having one of those Oregano pouches in your kitchen cupboard.

Let’s go straightaway to the recipe. Continue reading “Paneer with Coconut Milk Recipe”

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”

Ugadi Food Menu

Ugadi – A Festive Feast

Having had the opportunity to frequent Andhra right from my young age, this region has always fascinated me with its distinctive cuisines.

Exploring the timeless flavours, secret recipes handed over amidst the aroma and warmth of kitchen walls – I have come to realise that – “if measurements and precision are an integral part of cooking so is the passion to render your soul into it”.

Perception of festive occasions are not just limited to wearing new clothes, getting together with friends and families but on the other hand these are legacies, values and traditions which have been handed over for many generations.

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Bachka

Hara Chana Bachka Recipe for Holi

Bachka recipe also called hara matar fritters recipe with an easy step by step guide with photos.

Bachka, or the hara chana fritters, is one of the famous dishes made during Holi, especially in Bihar and Uttar Pradesh in India. Hara chana or green chickpeas are available in market or at grocery stores during February-March and sometimes April, if you are lucky to find them, grab them and make Bachka with this recipe. This is a fantastic dish and I’m truly in love with it. I can have it once in a week but have to watch my weight… with all those cooking around 😛

Bachka is golden green, crispy fritters made of Hara Chana also known as holiya, hola or green chickpeas. With this step by step Bachka recipe you will learn how to make Bachkas and then make it at home, yourself, on Holi festival. Everyone will love it. Guarantee! Continue reading “Hara Chana Bachka Recipe for Holi”

fruit chat recipe

Fruit Chat, a Quick and Easy Recipe

Fruit Chat Recipe is quick and easy to make. You can have it in snacks, before evening tea 🙂

Say Chat and you will see our brightened faces – that’s how we react on the word Chat! But this Fruit chat recipe is very different from a typical chat like aloo tikki, dahi puri, pani puri and more.

The fruit chat has sweet and tangy taste. Try it out once and I’m sure you’ll love it. The fruit chat recipe is super easy and quick to make. It can be made within 15 minutes if you are good and fast at cutting the fruits 🙂

This easy and colourful cuisine is popular by the name of fruit chat in north India and in the rest of India, it is also known as fruit salad. Call it fruit chat or fruit salad, you’ll get addicted to this snack, I’m sure. Continue reading “Fruit Chat, a Quick and Easy Recipe”

How to Make Cornflakes Namkeen

Cornflakes Namkeen, 15-Minute Recipe

Recently I went to Karachi Bakery and saw this namkeen. I have this habit of wandering around whenever I go to bakeries or food store. And woah! this Cornflakes namkeen attracted my attention. I was going to buy but later thought, let’s try this at home. I examined the Cornflakes namkeen pack like a pro 😉 … well it seemed easy and there I go, I memorised what all ingredients I could see in it and bingo! I made it at home and it was tasty, easy and such a quick and healthy snack. You can have this snack with evening chai! Continue reading “Cornflakes Namkeen, 15-Minute Recipe”

Aloo poha recipe

Fried Aloo Poha Recipe

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”

How to Make Mixed Veg Rolls

Mixed Veg Rolls and Kebabs Recipe

Mixed Veg Rolls and Kebabs are an amazing snacks or side dish, specially for kids. You can serve the veg kebabs as starters by making it in the shape of kebabs. It is purely an Indian dish. Mixed Veg Rolls are made with many vegetables. You can give variations to the mixed veg kebab by adding many other vegetables that are easily available in market.

If you are health conscious, instead of deep frying, you can shallow fry. The scrumptious taste of the mixed veg rolls or kebabs are everlasting. Continue reading “Mixed Veg Rolls and Kebabs Recipe”