Monday 30 June 2014

Moong Daal Paratha

Few days back I shared very interesting recipe of Chana Daal Paratha and today I am sharing recipe of Moong Daal Paratha. This paratha is very easy to make and is very high on nutritional value. Rather than making your usual daal paratha from leftover daal do try to make it like this and you will pleasantly surprise with its yum factor!!

Friday 27 June 2014

Gobhi Pyaaz (Cauliflower & Onion) Paratha

Today I am sharing recipe of very common paratha that we make on daily basis –gobhi pyaaz parathas. But again the difference comes in the ingredients while making stuffed parathas, we all add or subtract few things according to our liking so here’s my version of gobhi pyaaz paratha. Next time when you are planning to make one, do try it with this set of ingredients and you might be surprised with new taste in your old stuffed paratha.

Wednesday 25 June 2014

Veg Keema Paratha

Today we are sharing recipe of very interesting Paratha – Veg Keema Paratha. It is made from nutrela and is delight for all vegetarians. So next time you want to make something vegetarian and with a twist then do this awesome paratha.

Monday 23 June 2014

Chana Daal Ka Paratha

Keeping with the theme today I am sharing recipe of Chana Daal Ka Paratha. As the name suggests this paratha is made by stuffing chana daal so if you don’t like eating daal and roti then do try this stuffed paratha, it not only taste yum but is quite healthy also.

1 cup chana daal
2 chopped onion
5 garlic clove
1 tablespoon chopped ginger
2 chopped green chili
few chopped coriander leaves
1 teaspoon red chili powder
1 teaspoon turmeric powder
1 teaspoon cumin powder
1 teaspoon coriander powder
1/2 teaspoon ajwain
1 teaspoon kasuri methi
1 teaspoon garam masala powder
1 teaspoon salt
4 tablespoon ghee
2 cup wheat flour

Preparations of Dough
1.       cup of wheat flour, salt, oil, needed water and prepare a soft, smooth dough
2.        Grease your hands with a oil and knead the dough well
3.       Cover and keep it aside for 15-20 minutes

Preparations of stuffing

1.       Soak chana daal for 1 hour

2.       In an open pan cook daal with some salt and turmeric powder

3.       On another pan put some ghee and sauté ginger, garlic, cumin seeds

4.       Then add green chillies and after that mix chana daal

5.       After that mix red chilli powder, coriander powder, Ajwain, kasturi meethi, garam masala and salt
6.       Garnish with coriander leaves and take it out in a bowl

7.       Now your stuffing is ready

How to make paranthas

1.       Dust a little flour and roll out the dough in small circle

2.       Keep a tablespoon stuffing in the centre and gather all corners and seal the dough


3.       Press it gently to flatten the dough

4.       Dust a little flour and roll out the dough with gentle hands so the stuffing doesn’t come out

5.       Heat the tawa and place the rolled out dough

6.       When small bubbles start forming on the surface spread little oil / ghee and flip it over

7.       Spread little oil / ghee on the other side and cook both sides till they are golden brown

8.       Remove from tawa and serve put little butter on it

9.       Now serve your hot paranthas with curd and salsa dip

Saturday 21 June 2014

Mughlai Paratha (Mix Veg Paratha)

Today I am sharing recipe of my version of Mughlai Paratha, I like to call it Mughlai because it gives me very grand feeling whenever I make it for my friends and family J but in simple terms I am sharing recipe of mix vegetable paratha. The best part about this paratha is that you eat lot of vegetable in one go!! I have shared the recipe in which I have made paratha dough with maida and sooji but you can easily substitute maida with atta if you want to make it more healthy but if you are just indulging once or twice in it then I do recommend that you make dough out of maida as it taste amazing that ways! So this weekend indulge yourself in Mughlai way!!

Wednesday 18 June 2014

Green Leafy Paratha

Going with the theme of Parathas today I am today sharing the recipe of Green Leafy Paratha. I love this paratha because this way I get the daily dose of my leafy vegetables and that too in such a interesting amd tasty manner J If you have kids then this is the best and tastiest way in which you can make sure your lil one eats leafy vegetables.  Next time when you are stumped for choice as to what to cook then do try this healthy and tasty paratha!!

Monday 16 June 2014

Mix Missi Paratha

Keeping with the theme of this week I am sharing sharing recipe of Mix Missi Paratha today. It is a very different kind of paratha. In this we add 5 types of flour and it is very healthy and tasty to eat. So if you get bored with eating your normal stuffed paratha then do try this Mix Missi Paratha. Also, if your kids are bored with eating vegetables then you can try giving them this paratha with curd or pickle, I am sure they will love it!!

Friday 13 June 2014

Kurkure Karela

Today I am sharing recipe of Kurkure Karela or Bitter Gourd, this is one vegetable which is not liked by everyone and especially it is difficult to make kids eat karela but the recipe that I am sharing today will give a whole new meaning to eating karela. Below is the recipe of Kukure karela which are not bitter in taste and actually taste very nice and have a crunch and a bag full of punch in taste. Best part is you can store fried Kurkare karela for a week in airtight container and can add this to sauté masala whenever you want to relish them. This is great dish for travel and picnics.

Wednesday 11 June 2014

Bhuna Murg Masala

Chicken is one dish that can be made in so many different ways. Today I am sharing recipe of Bhuna Murg Masala, it is made with lot of different spices and tastes completely different than your normal chicken. It is a wonderful dish to make for lunch or dinner so next time do try this different style of chicken!!

Monday 9 June 2014

Vegetable Pizza

You know it’s going to be a good Sunday when your husband wakes you up with tea and yummy breakfast J Yesterday my husband surprised me by making this delicious pizza for breakfast. Not only it made my day but I also thought why not share this easy recipe with you all and as summer vacations are here why not indulge our little ones with homemade pizza. The best part about this pizza is that you can add or subtract any ingredients you like, people who eat non veg can add sausages, salami or chicken pieces so have fun making your own pizza J


8 "inches pizza base
1/2 capsicum slice chopped
1/2 onion slice chopped
1 carrot chopped
1 tomato chopped
2 slice green chili
2 tablespoon tomato puree
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon oregano
1 teaspoon chili flakes
4 tablespoon mozzarella cheese


1.       Take the pizza base and spread tomato puree evenly on it

2.       Now sprinkle little salt on it and spread capsicum, onion, carrot, tomato and green chillies evenly on it

3.       Then grate mozzarella cheese on top of the vegetables

4.       Take a steel pan and spread aluminium foil on it and sprinkle flour so that pizza base doesn’t stick

5.       Place the pizza on the pan and put it in your microwave in grill mode for 3 minutes. Check if the cheese as turned slightly brown, if not grill it for 1 or 2 more mins.

6.       Take the pizza out on a plate and sprinkle oregano and chilli flakes

7.       Your home made pizza is ready J you can add topping according to your taste and if you are non vegetarian then you can add sausages and salami

Thursday 5 June 2014

Sattu Bati or Litti

Today I am sharing the recipe of Sattu Batti or Litti, It is a famous dish of Bihar and it is a completely different dish in terms of taste, texture and preparation. It may be eaten with baigan bharta, alu bharta, papad or any kind of chutney. Do try this traditional dish from Bihar if you are in a mood to have something different from your regular food.

Tuesday 3 June 2014

Hot ‘n’ Sweet Capsicum & Mushroom

Bored with trying to make Capsicum and Mushroom the normal way then do try this Hot ‘n’ Sweet Capsicum & Mushroom dish. This is a Chinese dish and is little bit sweet and spicy in taste. This dish is very easy to make and adds that extra zing and flavour to your normal vegetables. Next time you plan to make mushrooms or capsicum trying making it this way and I can assure you that you won’t be disappointed!!