Tuesday 29 November 2016

Kadhi Pakora

Kadhi pakora is a very famous and traditional recipe of North India, especially Punjab. Combination of Kadhi and pakora gives a unique flavor and taste. It is a perfect side dish and goes best with plain steamed rice. A slight variant of the same is also popular in Gujarat region, where-in you add a pinch of sugar to give it a very light sweet taste.

Tuesday 22 November 2016

Papri chaat

Chaat is a evergreen dish and doesn't require any occasion for it. Its a wonderful accompaniment as started to main course meals, or simply as a snack. I made it with only few ingredients. Generally we use chutney for it but I used sauce which is easily available in any house,

Friday 18 November 2016

Makki di roti and Sarson da saag

Makki Di Roti and Sarson Da Saag is very popular dish of Punjab. The combination of Makki Di Roti and Sarson Da Saag is very famous in fact we can say both are made for each other. It is one of those traditional dishes which Indian aspire to eat, but usually try it in restaurants. So here I am presenting the recipe which you can conveniently prepare at home.

Makki Di Roti in its very traditional form with only maize flour is difficult to bind and roll into rotis. So I suggest adding a little amount of gram flour to make a nice dough and it eases the roti making process.

We generally prepare Sarson Da Saag  during winter time as during this season fresh mustard leaves are available very easily. Usually people prepare it with bhathua leaves but I prepared it with spinach  leaves also because spinach is very easily available.

Sunday 13 November 2016

Gobi 65

Gobi is a very famous vegetable in winter season. We usually prepare pakora and tea during winter time. Now winter is around the corner and I thought why not try something different rather than pakora. So today I tried Gobi 65. I prepared it as dry and did not roast in any kind of sauce.

Gobi 65 is a very popular dish and perfect dish for evening snack and  dinner or lunch as well as any small get together. I tried a very simple and easy version. It's easy and quick to prepare and serve within few minutes,

Monday 7 November 2016

Fried Peanut Bhindi bhujiya

Okra or bhindi is very famous and evergreen vegetable. One of the most commonly consumed vegetables in India. We can make it in many different ways. I made this peanut fried bhindi bhujiya, fried with panch phoran and peanut powder. It can be a perfect side dish and served in lunch as well as dinner.

Tuesday 1 November 2016


Srikhand is a very famous and traditional dessert of Maharastra. It is very simple and easy to prepare. During the festival session we want make different tupes of sweets but due to time constraints sometimes we are not able to do so. On that time Srikhand can be a good option to prepare as it is really nice and very easy to make and doesn't take much time after the initial preparation.