Following the success of its flagship outlet in Park Street, Kolkata, the new Cha Bar offers an extensive range of teas and cultural preparations besides a wide range of delicacies, every day of the week from 9 am to 9 pm truly making it a tea- lover’s go-to destination. Continue reading Cha Bar opens its second outlet at Allenby Road in Kolkata
Sumeru’s frozen veg and chicken momos are available at leading supermarket chains and stores across the metro cities besides big basket and grofers. Continue reading Craving for mouth-watering but hygienic alternatives to street-side offerings?
Today’s interview comes all the way from Delhi and is brought to us by Silky, co-founder of Palette of Food. A level-11 Zomato reviewer, Silky has amazing food pics on Instagram. Let’s get to know this foodie and blogger-influencer from Delhi. Follow Silky Palette of Food on social media, here are the links. Click here to follow Palette of Food on Instagram | Follow Silky … Continue reading Success, What’s it? I Enjoy What I Do, says Silky from Palette of Food | Interview
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
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
Which one I like most out of Oats, Atta and Maggi Masala? I like the Atta Noodles. I give preference to the Maggi Atta Noodles over its other variations. Read the full review of Meri Masala Maggi and there’s an Indian recipe to cook Maggi. You’ll love it. Continue reading Who Says No To Maggi Noodles? | Product Review
Karonda ka Achar is the first pickle recipes I’m starting with on Foodeez Junction. This one is again from my mom’s recipe box. Every Winters she would make Karonda ka Achar and more such pickles that we would have with dal, rice and rotis. Continue reading “Karonda ka Achar Recipe | How to Make Cranberry Pickle”
Banana Stuffed Paratha Recipe is an easy recipe for kids at home. Even you too can have it in breakfast, the Banana-stuffed Paratha tastes yummy!
You can pack Banana Paratha for tiffins for the young ones at home. They are surely going to ask you to pack it for lunch again! This Banana Stuffed Paratha Recipe is very easy and simple to make.
Recently, my mom told me that she made these parathas for the fussy kiddo at home and she liked it. Since I’ve a sweet-tooth, anything good and sweet is a yes yes for me : Continue reading “Banana Stuffed Paratha Recipe for Kids at Home”
CHAAT is a street food. It is served as side dish or snacks. It is more popular among North Indians. Chaat is made with boiled potatoes (Aloo). The potatoes are shallow fried and served by mixing other spices, onions and various mouth-watering chutneys.
Chaat too has many variations and flavours that include Aloo chaat, Aloo-chana chaat, Aloo-green peas chaat, papdi chaat, samosa chaat, pani puris, basket chaat and many other.
“Chaatna” is the hindi word of chaat which means to taste.
Today, I am going to make Aloo and green peas (matar) chaat. However, making chaat with Aloo is very healthy as it contains dietary fibers and good source of vitamin B-6 and vitamin C. Whereas, Green peas which is also known as Hari matar or garden peas or Chhimi are also very healthy. The green peas are rich in minerals, vitamins and anti-oxidants. Fresh green peas are available in winters only. For the rest of the year you can get the frozen one.
Chaat is favourite of young and old. Even Kids cannot stop themselves to take their hands off from the yummy dish. It’s a mouth-watering dish.
Here is the recipe card of Aloo Matar Chat. Continue reading “Aloo Matar Chaat Recipe”