I usually avoid giving traditional recipes in my blog. But on insistence of my friends, I thought of sharing my samosa recipe which they think is easy with perfect proportion and size.
Samosa doesn’t need any introduction. It is a favorite Indian snack, now popular across the country. It is a triangle, deep fried flaky crust made of flour, filled with spiced potatoes and peas. Enjoy it plane with green chutney or smash it and use it as sandwich filling. You can also make chaat from smashed samosa by adding spicy mint and sweet chutney. Continue reading Two Bite Samosa
The festival of Diwali was celebrated last week with lots of lights, candles, lanterns & variety of meethai (sweets). Non of the Indian festivals are complete without sweets. This time I thought to add one of the favorite traditional Indian dessert to my blog after working out a super easy way to prepare it. Saffron Sweet Rice is long grain rice (preferably Basmati variety) cooked with saffron, whole dry spices, sugar and ghee. All these ingredients gives it beautiful color and irresistibly rich fragrance. It is a perfect dessert for lunch, dinner or any traditional get together.
There are various ways to prepare sweet rice and I find them to be quite cumbersome. I simplified the recipe by using cooked rice with very few cooking steps. It is surprisingly, fast to cook and can be easily prepared with leftover rice. Continue reading Super Easy Saffron Sweet Rice