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
Very easy low calorie recipe of two citrus fruits. Grapefruit has very distinct tart taste and tangy flavor. It is mildly sweet and makes refreshing colorful salad when combines with orange. I prefer using pinkish grape fruit. The peppiness of mint leaves, with orange dressing enhance freshness. Garnish of crushed peanuts brings crunchiness to the salad.
Minty Orange Grapefruit Salad is full of fiber and other healthy nutrients. It is super doze of vitamin C. A bowl full of this salad is quite filling and is perfect as anytime snack or can be served as an appetizer. Plus, it is sweet enough to satisfy our sweet cravings without feeling guilty. Continue reading Minty Grapefruit and Orange Salad
This “goes with anything” sauce is rich in flavour and makes a brilliant base for almost any Indian vegetable dish – mix in green vegetables or Paneer or Potato or whatever you like.
Cook & Store: I like to make plenty sauce at one go, and then store it for weeks (even months) in the freezer. I store the sauce in a simple ice-tray so that, when needed, I only break off as many cubes as I need. Continue reading Zesty Tomato Onion Sauce