Showing posts from June, 2019

Cabbage Chana Sabzi

 Cabbage Chana Sabzi Cabbage chana sabzi is a simple yet tasty dish. It can be eaten with and dal rice. I shared this recipe to my beginner's audience who  just started cooking. This recipe is very easy to make, with very ingredients.    Cabbage is a very good source of fibres and many other micronutrients and chana give protein pack to this recipe. Thus cabbage chana sabzi  is not only delicious to eat but also healthy. So guys WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR...! Let start making this wonderful recipe and make your family happy and healthy. Ingredients 1 small-sized Cabbage (sliced) 3 Onion (sliced) 2 Tomatoes (chopped) 1/2 cup Chana Dal (soaked at least 2 hours) 1/2 tsp Mustard seeds 1-2 green chillies (finely chopped) 5-6 Curry leaves 3-4 Garlic (finely chopped) 1 tsp Turmeric powder 1 tsp cumin + coriander powder 1 tsp garam masala powder 1 tsp ginger-garlic paste Salt to taste 1 tbsp Oil  Green coriander for garnish Method of Preparation Heat oil in a sau

Potato Sesame Stirred Fry

Potato Sesame Stirred Fry is one of my experiments which come out as delicious, lip-smacking side dish for dals, curries etc. It has very few ingredients to cook and very easy to make. This can be a change from your regular potato sabzi. the sesame in it gives this dish a new texture and look also a nutty flavour Ingredients 2 medium potatoes (cut in the stick) 1 tbsp refined flour 1 tbsp cornflour 2 tbsp cumin + coriander powder ½ tsp turmeric powder 1 tbsp ginger & garlic (chopped) 2 tsp red chilli powder 1 tbsp red chilli sauce 1 tbsp tomato ketchup 1 tbsp sesame (white)  ½ tbsp oil  Salt to taste Oil for frying Method of preparation Take a bowl, add refined flour, cornflour, and salt mix well and then coat washed potato sticks in this mix Now deep fry them until golden brown and crisp, keep it aside. Then take a saucepan, heat some oil, add ginger & garlic and sauté for a minute on a slow flame Now add sesame seeds and cook until

Garlicky palak paneer rice with palak raita

garlicky palak paneer rice with palak raita Garlicky palak paneer rice with palak raita  is very easy to make and full of nutritious goodness your kid will love this .so give your kid the best and make them as soon as possible Ingredients for rice   Spinach          100g (blanched n pureed) Boiled rice     1.1/2 cup Paneer            150g(cut in cubes) Tomatoes       1(chopped) Onions           1(chopped) Garlic             8-9 cloves (chopped) Salt                 to taste  Parsley           1-2 tsp Oil                  2 tbsp  Method of preparation Heat oil in the pan, add paneer cubes n fry till golden brown, remove n keep aside. Now add green chillies, garlic and saute for 1 min and add onions and cook till light brown. Then add tomatoes and cook well for 2 min.    Now add spinach puree, salt and cook till oil separates. Then add rice n mix well, add fried paneer, Parsley mix well n  cook for a 1 min. Serve hot with raita. 

Noodle Fritters

Noodle Fritters "Noddle fritter is made out of instant noodles mix, gram flour and some spices. It is very easy to make and best for an occasion like a birthday party, family get together, also for tea time.  Noddle fritter can enjoy during the rainy season with a cup of hot ginger tea, experiencing the smell of wet mud, the sound of rain just like a popular recipe like onion pakora. My family preferred making this in the month of   Ramadan during iftar( time of opening time)   due to its simplicity and easy method of   cooking so let start with noodle fritter recipe"   Ingredients 2 packet instant noodle mix( i used   Yepiee   masala noddles) 1 onion chopped ½ spring onions chopped 1/3 cup gram flour(besan) ½ tsp coriander powder ½ tsp cumin powder 1 tsp chat masala ½ tsp turmeric powder Salt to taste Oil for frying Method of preparation Firstly cook the instant noodle as per the instruction is given in the packet. But leaves some wate

Street Style Toast Vegetable Sandwich

Street Style Toast Vegetable Sandwich " Street Style Toast Vegetable Sandwich is my recipes inspired by the sandwich stall in the street of Mumbai. The tangy, spicy, buttery flavour with a lot of sev on top is just a lip-smacking experience I got during my college days. A sandwich is the most popular street foods worldwide be it children's or adults all love them so make these sandwich as soon as possible and let me how it come to yo u " Ingredients 6 bread slice 1 medium-sized tomato (sliced) 1 medium-sized cucumber (sliced) 1 big potato (boiled and sliced) 1 medium beetroot  (boiled and sliced) 2-3 tbsp mint chutney 1-2 tablespoon tomato ketchup Chaat masala as per taste 2 tbsp butter ½ cup sev 1 tbsp coriander leaves Method of preparation Apply butter on all the bread slices, then apply mint chutney, tomato ketchup, respectively. Now sprinkle chaat masala over all the sliced vegetable. Then assemble 2-3 sliced potato, 2-3 slices of tomato,