An absolutely common breakfast / snack in northern part of India is this Besan ka Cheela / Chilla (बेसन का चीला). This is traditional Gram flour (Besan) based pancake recipe which is also popularly known as Vegetarian Omelette owing to its colour and texture and similarity to Omelette. It has lot similarity to Dosa of southern India. During those busy morning hours, this comes pretty handy as a quick breakfast recipe, or when you bored of routine cereals try out this simple recipe, absolutely filling and ready really quickly. Continue reading “Besan Cheela | Veg Omelette Recipe”
Pooris (Puri) / Indian puffed breads, are made up in varying flavours based on ingredients used to make it and taste of Poori varies accordingly. This recipe is for the most common form of Poori, known as Ajwain or Carom Seeds Poori. In this recipe below, I will share my tips on how to make Khasta / Crunchy Ajwain Poori. This probably the simplest kind of poori to make.
I have been bought up in a sleepy town in India and during those days (late eighties), I had barely heard of Baby corn, but then I learnt about this vegetable when I moved to metro city. A few people get confused these as corn grown on miniaturised corn plants, but Baby corn ( बेबी कॉर्न, young corn, cornlettes, baby sweetcorn, mini corn, or candle corn in Thai) is actually just regular corn that has been plucked before its matured. Mostly its used in stir fry dishes. I have tried to make baby corn satay, continue reading for step by step recipe.