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Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Potato Bajji - Indian Snacks

Bajji is a famous snack in South India. It tastes best when served hot. Bajji can be done with a variety of vegetables like Potato, Carrot, Brinjal (Eggplant), Snake gourd, plantain, bell pepper, onion, bottle gourd, chili etc. Famous ones are potato, chili, plantain and onion. Adjust salt and chili powder to taste.

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Sunday, May 24, 2015

Aloo Bonda

Today’s recipe is a snack that is commonly served when relatives and friends visit us.. Talk about evening tiffin or snack, bajji and bonda always comes in the list.. Much before the baked goodies came in to our kitchen, it was the bajji, bonda and other snacks that were prepared for snacks..


Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Carrot Kheer–Summer Drinks

Today's recipe is a delicious and refreshing kheer made with carrots.. The method is quite simple. You can serve this hot or chilled.. Serve this for this hot summer and get the goodness of carrots and milk along with honey

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Monday, May 11, 2015

Carrot Almond Laddu–Diwali Sweets

Laddu - this word makes a lot of people drool... For my daughter it relates to strength and power.. All thanks to the Chhota Bheem cartoon she loves where laddu is a symbol for strength.. And traditionally laddu is made by frying gram flour and dipping them in sugar syrup.. Today we are going to see a laddu, a recipe I got from Priya’s space which requires no frying..



Sunday, May 10, 2015

Milk Powder Burfi–Double Color Burfi–Diwali Sweets

My daughter loves the double color sweets on the sweet shelf.. And the ones that we normally do is with maida.. Today I am making a similar looking sweet with no maida or flour but with milk powder as the main ingredient.. This sweet will also be a treat for people looking for gluten free recipes..I got this recipe from here and made the changes according to our taste.. Make sure to adjust the sugar as per your taste… Artificial sweetener also works great for this recipe.. So if you are making this for people who use artificial sweetener, feel free to substitute.

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Thursday, April 30, 2015

Honey Multigrain Pizza

Pizza - Ah!! that word makes a lot of us drool.. In our house, all of us love pizza. I have tried many types of pizza.. Last time I did with whole wheat flour, this time I have included multigrain flour making it even more better. For the multigrain flour, you could use your choice of combination. A combination of corn, rye, oats, fingermillet flour, soy flour, maize flour etc..
Do check out my Whole Wheat Pizza, Pan Pizza, Deep Dish Pizza on my blog..