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Dark Chocolate Milkshake

Chocolate is made from tropical theobroma cocoa tree seeds. Which is fermented and then roasted to develop the distinctively rich, indulging aroma and flavour Chocolate is one of the most popular food products worldwide that is loved and enjoyed by millions from children's to adults everyone loves to indulge in chocolate. Chocolate is also a way of expressing your emotions... To Some, it's a gifting option for small to big occasions... To some, it's a way to start happy moments...To some, it's a Stressbuster and much more. Chocolate is one of the most versatile ingredients   with goes well with pretty much everything from ice cream to pudding to cakes to cookies to sandwiches to pancakes and many more  Today in this blog I will be sharing my story with chocolate in a glass full of happiness 😍😍 In today's recipe, I will by using chocolates from BeeTee's Melt Chocolates. They are a bean to bar chocolate manufacturers from Chennai.  Their chocolates are complete

Moong Dal Pakode(Fritters)

Moong Dal Pakode Moong Dal Pakode(Fritters)are crispy, crunchy delicious tea time snack in India and one of the famous street foods. This a type of Fritters made up of Bengal gram and mildly spiced snack. Also made during iftar time in Ramadan. The recipe is very simple and easy to make and less time consuming with few ingredients which are easily available at home. We made this mostly during Ramadan as a vegetarian option in our iftar menu. Eating hot moong dal Pakode with cold ketchup 😋 yum yum.... sounds weird but this what I like to eat these delicious Fritters. I hope you too will like this recipe as much as I do. Moong dal Pakode is great options for various occasions like kids parties,  small kitty parties, and get to gathers. Also, a great options for vegetarians and vegans out there to munch on. If you tried this recipe please let me how it came out to you in the comment section and also share your recipe pic with me by email or dm/tag me on Instagram or Facebook  Also if yo

Onion Rings

          Onion Rings Onion Rings are very popular appetizers in western countries. This recipe is a simple deep-fried, crumb coated snack. Today I am sharing my version of onion rings recipe...of course with my Indian touch.  They great for small parties, family get-to-gathers and also great snacks for tea time    We all know it a rainy season here! and as an Indian, we enjoy this season munching our hot pakoras and hot cup of tea admiring the rain, the mild pleasant smell of soil....... aaahhaha. Hey there, imagining the same then why not just get up...walk to your kitchen, collect your ingredient, start boiling some water for tea aside and start making this crunchy, crispy deliciousness  preparation time: 10-15 min cooking time:8-10 min serves: 2-3 people Ingredient 2 medium-sized onions 1/2 cup refined flour buy 1/2 cup cornflour buy 1/2 tsp turmeric powder buy 1 tsp black pepper powder buy 2 tsp cumin-coriander powder buy salt to taste cold water as required bread crumbs as neede

Peanut Cluster Beans (Gavar) Sabzi

Add captiPeanut Cluster Beans (Gavar) Sabzi on Peanut cluster beans (Gavar)sabzi is one of my easiest sabzi recipes is full of flavour and taste. Make this cluster beans sabzi like this .....and I sure know one in your house ever make tantrums to eat cluster beans again. Moreover, cluster beans are very nutritious and full of vital nutrients like vitamin, minerals also high in fibre which means this sabzi is good for the tummy and overall health. This recipe I shared especially on my aunt's (my ann's) request. A few months back she and my grandparent visited my place and we served this sabzi at lunch. She loves this recipe very much and tells me if she served this, my uncle, he will eat loving with no tantrums.....hahaha😂 So khaalu ( my uncle) I and my viewers will be waiting for your comment....about how much you liked the sabzi. Peanut cluster beans sabzi is very simple to cook and can be served with steamed rice a

Bhindi ki sabji

Bhindi ki sabji  Bhindi ki sabji is a regular and way-old, home-styled recipe in every Indian household every other day. It is a lightly spiced and easy to cook recipe. Which can be served with dal rice, chapatis, pooris, paratha etc. Bhindi is also known as okra or ladyfingers in other regions in the world. It is a staple food in India. It is a good source of fibre, calcium, magnesium and some proteins. The recipe is very easy and great for new learners. You just need is bhindi, tomatoes and onions with some spices and that's it. Honestly speaking I m very bored due to quarantine and that why I just grab my phone, tripod and start shooting my regular meals.😅 And I know many of you know how to make bhindi ki sabji... but guys if you are a new learner or a person who doesn't know to cook Then it's your chance ....."For everything, there is a time " and this quarantine period is your time to learn cooking and impress your mother that you can COOK so

Chicken Kaathi Rolls

Chicken Kaathi Rolls  Kaathi rolls are popular street food in Kolkata, West Bengal it is made with skewer-roasted Kebabs wrapped in layered paratha. As time passes many variants emerge of this delicious Kaathi roll This recipe is great as tiffin boxes for your little ones. It is also great as evening or tea-time snacks. And if you introduce this to your guests... I am sure they will love this. This Chicken Kathi Roll is my version of deliciousness, and I prefer making this dish during Ramadan as it is very filling and high in protein. Moreover, it is also effortless to make Therefore stop reading! go buy some minced Chicken and start prepping the recipe. Ingredients For marination 200g minced Chicken 1tbsp ginger-garlic paste 1/3 tsp turmeric For stuffing mixture 1 medium-sized onion (finely chopped) 1-2 green chillies (finely chopped) 1 tbsp ginger-garlic paste 1 tsp gram masala powder 2 tsp peri-peri powder Salt to taste 3 tbsp green coriander leaves ( f