Mint Lachha Paratha Recipe – The crispy, peeling and flaky Indian flat bread with layers and consisting of mint flavour champion on any dinning table. Indian flatbread is delicious on its own right, however when its made in the layers and shallow fried, the flavours elevate even further. This layered lachha paratha has dried (or can use fresh mint too), hence also referred as pudina lachha paratha.Continue reading “Mint Lachha Paratha – Pudina Paratha”
Paneer bhatura or paneer stuffed bhatura is elevation of taste to next level. Paneer is one of the most loved food item by vegetarians, likewise bhatura never disappoints. Bhatura is less common in eateries in the UK, hence chances are slim that you will find paneer bhatura is restaurants here in UK. This propelled me to share this recipe of paneer bhatura for people like me, who can’t get this bhatura in restaurant to try this at home.Continue reading “Paneer Bhatura – Paneer Stuffed Bhatura Recipe”
Methi Paratha Recipe – An Indian flatbread made with fresh fenugreek aka methi leaves is a flavourful and nutritious paratha in Northern part of India, primarily during winters. Fenugreek / Methi paratha lifts up the flavours of any dish when combined with vegetables like potato, cauliflower, peas etc. The aroma from these methi paratha it gives out is absolutely amazing.Continue reading “Methi Paratha Recipe – Fenugreek Flatbread”
Tawa Butter Naan Recipe – Ever wondered if you could make soft fluffy naan at home? What do you do to pacify you “naan” cravings? Go to a super store and fetch packaged naans? Or make a trip to your favourite Indian curry house? What has been the blocker for you to make delicious naan at home? Did you think its hassle, complicated process? Or the thought of not being able to make good quality naan at home deterred you? Or simply the fact that you feel you need an oven to make naan? If the above statements echo your sentiments, this butter naan recipe is a fix to all of these.Continue reading “Homemade Butter Naan Recipe – How to Make Naan”
Indian Rajasthani Missi Roti Recipe – Missi roti, a multi-flour Indian flat bread is primarily a punjabi speciality. You will find this missi roti mostly in north-india dhabas. It is normally made using tandoor or clay-oven. Here in this recipe of missi roti, I am showing how you can make delicious missi roti at home with tava. Spat a generous dose of butter or ghee on it before serving and heaven is here.Continue reading “Missi Roti Recipe – Step By Step (Plus Video)”
Aloo Kachori Recipe – Are your from Indian subcontinent? If yes, are you from northern part of India? If yes, it is an absolute likely hood that you would have heard and ate Aloo Ke Kachori.Continue reading “Aloo Kachori Recipe- Aloo Ki Kachori”
Pizza paratha recipe – Have you heard of rhymes, “Do you like Broccoli? Yes, I do. Yes, I do. Do you like Icecream? Yes, I do. Yes, I do. Do you like Broccoli Ice-cream? No, I don’t! Yuccky!” . This was the song buzzing in my head when my daughter said she wants to eat pizza for dinner. With focus on health being in my mind, I thought why not make something different this time, so I asked her, “Do you like Pizza?” She said, “yes, I do!”. Then I asked, “Do you like Paratha?”, She replied, “Yes, I do!” Then I said, Do you like “Pizza Paratha?”. She was like…ummm…am not sure. I then said, let’s have a deal, try it out and if you don’t like, won’t ever make it.Continue reading “Pizza Paratha recipe (step by step) and video”
Gluten intolerance is increasingly being identified as one of the main allergy these days. Hence, I get asked about gluten free recipes. There are numerous such recipes available. I have a few gluten-free recipes on the blog. However, this amaranth paratha recipe is the simplest and easiest. People call Amaratha paratha by other names too like Rajgira or Chaulai Paratha.Continue reading “Amaranth Flour Bread | Rajgira paratha Recipe”
Indian food is full of flavours and no secret that it offers so much of variety that if you decide to eat a new dish every day, you won’t get chance to repeat same dish in years to come. Today am sharing this thing called Khasta Dal Kachori (कचौरी) recipe, which is basically a flour based flat bread with stuffing in it and deep fried.Continue reading “Khasta Dal Kachori Recipe – How to make Kachori”
Here is me sharing my Gujarati Methi Thepla Recipe, but before that some facts. 1997 miles! Yes thats what India measures from North to South, and “1822 miles” from east to west. With such massive country size dialects and culture changes every 50 miles and so does food and eating habits.
I never got chance to visit western part of India. I was less exposed to things it offers till moved to a cosmopolitan city. Guess what? I got introduced to more flavours of India while I got to UK than I ever got in India, shocking! Isn’t it?
My partner has travelled India more than I have done. He has been to all four corners of India and he suggested me to try out thepla once from a local grocery shop in London.Continue reading “Methi Thepla Recipe (Step by Step)”