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Gobi Manchurian is a famous appetizer and also a famous gravy. Instead of using only Gobi, we can add many vegetables and make it much more richer. This Dry Vegetable Manchurian is a real treat to us. It is so yummy and tasty and a perfect dish for a party to treat our family and friends. Vegetable Manchurian can be done either dry or gravy. Dry Vegetable Manchurian is a perfect appetizer. Chopping vegetables is little time consuming as we need really really finely chopped vegetables. If you have an electric chopper, I would recommend to use it as we will get a very finely chopped vegetables. Once the veggies are finely chopped, then its very quick and easy to make these mouth-watering Vegetable Manchurian. I made this tasty dish very recently for a potluck and got lots of appreciations. Try this version and I'm sure you will all like it :-)

Vada Pav, Classic Mumbai style street food. Deep fried gram flour coated mashed potato balls sandwiched between pav bread. Batata vada also known as Aloo Bonda but it has slight variation of how we prepare aloo bonda in South Indian Style. We make aloo bonda by adding just red chilli powder. But here the main secret ingredient is Garlic-Ginger-Green Chillies. These " 3G's" make this dish extremely tasty and unique than our conventional SouthIndian style Aloo Bonda. This Batata Vada is stuffed inside the Pav Buns which is also called as "Laddi Pav". The Dry Garlic chutney is enhances the flavor of the whole dish. A perfect evening snack!

Moong dal palak cheela is one of the healthiest breakfast recipe. Palak Moong dal Cheela is a nutrition rich tasty savoury pancakes and makes a complete meal.  A healthy, nutritious and protein packed breakfast to keep you going for the day. Cheela is also known as “crepes” they are very versatile – many different lentils can be used to make Cheela, a wide range of different vegetables can be used and the spiciness can be adjusted accordingly. Cheela made with besan will also be so tasty, but moong has more nutritional benefits. Also adding palak makes this dish much more healthier. Serve with any chutney of your choice and enjoy!

Gujarati Dal healthy and comforting dal recipe made from tuvar dal.  In Gujarati cuisine, it is a part of the everyday meal and is mild sweet and tangy compared with any other Indian dals. Indeed, this dal recipe has also the sweet and tangy taste. Tomatoes and lemon juice brings in the tanginess and jaggery adds in the sweetness. Simple and quick to make and perfect to be served with hot steaming rice or rotis!

Pav Bhaji is one of the popular Indian Fast Food dish from Maharashtrian cuisine.  Pav Bhaji is a spicy mixture of mashed vegetables along with a generous dose of fresh tomatoes, a dollop of butter,  consumed with warm bread gently or crispy fried in butter. Pav means bread. Bhaji in Marathi means vegetable dish. Pav bhaji consists of bhaji (a thick potato-based curry) garnished with coriander, chopped onion, and a dash of lemon and lightly toasted pav. The pav is usually buttered on all sides. More than a snack, its quite a meal. The Bhaji makes a good stuffing which fills our tummy nicely. It is a very popular street side food in Maharashtra. This Pav Baji is made in a very broad and heavy bottomed pan. But making this yummy dish in pressure cooker in as one-pot dish is quick and easy. In one shot, we can add all required ingredients and pressure cook for 2-3 whistles to have a quick and yummy Pav Baji within 30 mins.

Diwali is always special for most of us and every Diwai most of us plan to make some new dishes which can surprise our family and friends. One such recipe is Suryakala, Chandrakala and Lavanga Lathika. This is a 3 in 1 Sweet dish where the outercover and also the filling the remains the same. The shape of the sweet differentiates from one another. As the name suggests, Suryakala is in circular shape like 'Sun', Chandrakala in the shape of a Crescent moon and Lavanga lathika is in rectangular shape with clove on the top. 

So making the filling and outercover once and do 3 types of sweet dishes would surely make our effort easy and also we can surprise our family. Lets see how to make this simple dish...

Mysorepak is a rich and popular sweet in southern india.  Most of us buy mysorepak from sweet shops during festivals thinking this is very hard to make at home. But this is one of the simple and easy sweet you can make under 30 minutes and you will have 20-25 pieces. A rich and delectable sweet to share with your friends and relatives. I have already shared the recipe of krishna sweet mysorepa in my blog. That method needs lots of ghee which melts in our mouth. This version is the crispier version of mysorepak. in this version going to use less ghee and the muysorepak is crunchy and tasty! 

Kara Kara, Muru Muru Buttons, a crispy snack which is so simple to make with all available ingredients at home. A very easy and quick to make dish. No hassle with press and mould. Crispy buttons are made with rice flour and dals. Using homemade rice flour gives a nice texture to the dish, but we can very well use store bought rice flour. Store bought rice flour gives a little more reddish color to the dish. We even do this dish as an evening snack and enjoy with tea / Coffee. Try this simple dish for this Diwali and enjoy the snack!

Kaju Pista rolls, a very rich and scrumptious Indian desserts / sweets. A popular Indian sweet you can find in any Sweet shops and even in restaurants. This Kaju Pista rolls are made from powdered cashews which are combined with sugar syrup to make a cashew dough which then is rolled like a paratha and used as outer cover. The inner filling is Pistachio powder combined with powdered sugar, food color with milk to form a Pista dough which is then rolled like a thin log and used as filling inside the cashew outer cover and rolled like a log and cut into 2" cylinders. A very quick and easy to make delicious sweet. Perfect for Diwali and other occasions.

Carrot Halwa (Gajar Ka Halwa) , One of the most popular Indian dessert, very tasty and mouth-watering. Conventionally, making carrot halwa is time consuming and it has a rich taste of milk. But adding mawa speed up the process. We are going to cook the carrots in very little milk and enrich with mawa. Adding mawa not only enhances the flavour and speed up the process but also makes the halwa thicker and so tasty. Try this quick and easier method of making Carrot Halwa (Gajar Ka Halwa) with Khoya and enjoy this delicious dessert!

Jangri is a very yummy and traditional sweet variety. Jangri is one of the popular sweet dish available in most of sweet shops in India. We can see many people buying Jangri from the sweet stalls especially for Diwali and other festivals. This is a very simple and easy to make sweet dish at home with all simple ingredients. We just need little patience to get the right shape, otherwise this is one of the easiest dish to make at home.

Crispy fried Gram flour noodles spiced with carom seeds is one of the popular SouthIndian snack. Kids might want to eat some crunchy and crispy snack during holidays or even they return back from their school. this is one of the kids favourite snack. we can make Omapodi quickly with the ingredients that are mostly available in any Indian Kitchen.
Omapodi with hot tea / coffee, is a perfect evening snack during weekends. I usually prepare this often and also for Diwali along with some other snacks. Again, my dear readers living in abroad, if you don't have the omappodi nazhi (Omappodi press and mould) then make sure that you get the one when you visit India :-)

Fresh grated coconut in cardamom flavoured sugar syrup taste wonderful. If you are a sweet lover then you will love it for sure. Coconut Burfi as its name suggest is a sweet made of the coconut which can be cooked easily and quickly. Coconut Burfi (Thengai Burfi) is a tasty south Indian sweet done on most of the festival days. Most of us make this tasty burfi for Diwali. A little care needed otherwise a simple sweet yet so mouth-watering dish.

Adhirasam is a traditional sweet dish which will be done for most of the festivals. For auspicious and even for inauspicious occasions, adhirasam is one of the main dish. Learning to make adhirasam is one of the mandatory requirement for all Indian Women especially Southern part of India. Even for Tamil Weddings, Adhirasam is one of the seer dishes which is mandatory from bride side. Making adhirasam at home is simple but we need little patience to fry the adirasams one by one carefully. Lets see how to make the delicious adhirasam at home with step by step photos and instructions.

Crumbled or grated Paneer cooked in spicy tomato Onion gravy and used as a filling for sandwich. A perfect healthy filling breakfast. Some kids don't like to have veggies like raw onions, tomatoes, capsicum. Most of the kids love paneer in any form like gravies or stuffed paratha etc, this crumbled Paneer stuffed sandwich would be a treat to them. My kids love this Paneer Bhurji Sandwich for their sunday breakfast along with ketchup and a glass of orange juice. This would make a perfect breakfast!


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