Soft tender tofu marinated in the beautiful flavours of spices cooked to perfection in tandoor. Pulpy, tender tofu gives a flavour burst in the mouth, which you will love to have again and again. Tikka is more akin to the likes of chicken and paneer, however tofu tikka offers the best solutions for vegans without any compromise on the taste. This is an ideal vegan tikka.Continue reading “Tofu Tikka – Vegan Tikka Recipe”
Vada Pav Recipe – Vada Pav, once known mostly in Mumbai is now captivating everyone’s heart across the world. Also named as Indian burger, this vada pav is food for rich and poor alike. It is a vegetarian fast food made of vada (pakora) and pav (burger bun). Continue reading for authentic mumbai style vada pav recipe.Continue reading “Vada Pav Recipe – How to Make Vada Pav”
Dahi Papdi Chaat Recipe – Are you a chaat lover? I certainly am! Papdi chaat (also writteen as papri chaat) is one such chaat which I can never get enough of. It is made of a base of crunchy and crispy papdi (crispy small puris), topped with sweet, tangy and spicy chutneys. You then need to add spices like chaat masala, boiled potato and boiled chickpeas for added flavour. There are various versions of Papdi chaat recipe available on google, sharing here how I make it and which is massively adored by my guests.Continue reading “Papdi Chaat – Papri Chaat Recipe”
Paneer Tikka (पनीर टिक्का) originates from India, and is made from chunks of Paneer (cottage cheese) marinated in spices and grilled on tandoor. It is one of the supreme delicacy for vegetarians, as an alternative to Chicken tikka. In absence of tandoor, you can also make it on tava or oven. Tandoor offers best taste with that smokey flavour. You can make best paneer tikka at home with this paneer tikka recipe of mine.Continue reading “Paneer Tikka Recipe – Using Oven or Stove Top”
If you from Indian Subcontinent, likely hood is that you are familiar with Pakora (or pakoda). Onion and Potato pakoras are most popular, being one of the most desired thing during monsoon season. The combination of pakora and hot tea is something which many will swear by. Pakoras are my favourite too, just like any one else. Paneer is hot favourite with masses. This sandwich paneer pakora takes the taste of pakoras a level up.Continue reading “Sandwich Paneer Pakora Recipe”
Easy nacho cheese recipe – Tell me who does not know Nachos? With globalisation, food has travelled beyond borders. As most of my regular followers will know, I love Indian food. Having said that, Mexican food ranks pretty high in my tastebuds chart. Talking of Mexican food, Nachos would get special mention. I am a frequent nachos eater. Long ago, nachos was restricted to special treats. Ever since I learnt how to make loaded nachos at home, I make nachos at home almost once a week at the least. Sharing here my simple, quick and easy nachos recipe.Continue reading “Easy Nachos Recipe – How To Make Nachos At Home”
Malai Soya Chaap is a creamy and mild soya chaap recipe. This has little amount of rich gravy and acts as a great starter. I barely remember knowing much about soya chaap when I was growing up. Best I remember was, soya chunks, nutrela beans. Soya chaap is in a way derivative from nutrela beans.Continue reading “Malai Soya Chaap Recipe – Step by Step”
Indian Masala Chaas (मसाला छाछ) also known as Spiced Buttermilk is a healthy drink which is made from yogurt, spices/ herbs and water. This Indian buttermilk is full of goodness due to its health benefits, and is a brilliant coolant during summer / hot days.Continue reading “Masala Chaas | Spiced Buttermilk Recipe”
My childhood memories take me to spices of India. When it comes to India and fruits of India, Custard Apple is invariably one fruit I can not keep my hands off. Deliciously sweet Custard Apple sometimes can be off putting owing to seeds it has, however Custard apples are rich in anti-oxidants like vitamin C. Custard Apple is also rich in calcium, magnesium, iron, niacin and potassium. ‘Custard apple’, ‘Sharifa‘ or ‘Sitaphal‘, ‘Sita Pazham’, ‘Seetha Palam’, ‘Seetha Pazham’, ‘Sitaphala‘ are a few names it is known.
Custard apples are native to West Indies, South America and some parts of Asia (India). Custard apple with its high calories and natural sugars are great as a dessert and as a nutritious snack. Hence I thought why not make Milkshake of this, a perfect drink on a hot day. Read through this detailed step by step recipe to make milkshake of Custard Apple.
Everyone now knows how unhealthy cola drinks are, then this makes me think of traditional summer coolers, full of goodness and healthy, and of course quenches the scorching heat. Two such drinks are “Aam ka Panna” and “Masala Shikanji”, made with minimal additives. Aam Panna is nothing, but Raw Mango Drink. I am certain that anyone who has had it once, will crave for more. Aam panna drink is slightly sweet and sour in taste with hint of mint and cumin. Keep reading for detailed “step by step recipe of Aam Panna”.