Today I am here with Gobi 65 recipe. Cauliflower florets are dipped in a spicy batter and are deep fried and served. This is an addictive snack, I must say. This is one of the easiest recipe and if you make this dish as an appetizer for the party, am sure it is going to be a hit. Not only that, this can also be served as a side dish to rice. My kids love cauliflower as such, but they love Gobi 65 even more.
Sunday, November 22, 2015
Friday, November 20, 2015
Wednesday, November 18, 2015
Today I am here with Baked Samosa Recipe. This baked version is a great alternative to deep fried version. This is a Punjabi style Samosa with spicy potato filling. I love samosas but I have never tried making them at home. Just when we go outside, we will eat it. This weekend, when we went out for shopping, we had samosas and my daughter said she loves them and asked if I can make them at home. So I decided to give it a try but instead of deep frying it, I chose to bake the samosas. This baked samosas tastes as delicious as the deep fried version and she loved it. One good part is that all the samosas were ready at a single stretch instead of standing and frying them in a batch. Since this is baked, it uses less oil and is good for the health. If you looking for a easy oven baked Samosa recipe, look no further. This is best recipe!!
Friday, November 13, 2015
Today I am here with a simple healthy drink made with finger millet flour/ Ragi popularly known as Ragi malt. This version is the sweeter one and I will be posting the savory version too shortly. This drink can be prepared in few minutes. I have used Jaggery to sweeten this, as it is healthy natural sweetener and also added few chopped almonds, cashews. When I was a kid, I have seen my grandma soak the whole ragi, let it germinate, then dry it and powder it and prepare ragi malt with it. That is the best flour to prepare Ragi malt. But here I have used store bought ragi flour to prepare this, if you have home made ragi flour you can use it too.
Thursday, November 12, 2015
After all the festival cooking, now I am back to normal cooking mode. Today I am going to share Kadai Chicken Recipe. It is a popular dish served in the restaurants but it is very easy to make at home too. It is a spicy chicken curry made with fresh spices and capsicum and is usually cooked in a wok(kadai), hence the name kadai chicken. Depending on your preference, you can adjust the consistency of the dish- dry, semi-gravy or as gravy. I made semi-gravy type of Kadai Chicken but in the picture it looks dry. It can be served with any Indian flat bread (roti,chappathi, naan, kulcha) or with mild pulao.