Chunky Tomato Chutney or dip is a deliciously spicy condiment prepared from pulpy red tomatoes and tempering of tangy masala. It is no onion no garlic recipe, easy to make with not much of oil and least of chopping.
This zesty dip goes well with various starters or snacks. It taste great with potato chips nachos and pairs well with Indian breads. You can store leftover chutney in fridge for 5 to 6 days or keep it frozen as cubes for 2 months for later use. Continue reading Chunky Tomato Chutney
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
A tasty and interesting snack using seasonal fruit – Mango. First time I tried it at my friend’s place. She is quite innovative with her cooking skills and keep trying something new. Though fried, which I normally avoid but then ease of making these sweet and savory fritters tempted me to share the recipe. It is quite similar to Vegetable Pakoras or Bhajias, an all time favorite Indian snack. Hot fritters are perfect as a snack on a rainy day and delicious if served with green chutney along with hot cup of masala chai. Continue reading Crispy Mango Fritters
An another work with paneer….my favourite ingredient. It is a simple recipe of grilled paneer with chutney. And I made it further simpler by using frozen cubes of green chutney, which I always keep handy. We just have to marinate paneer cubes in green chutney and bake it till crisp. Sprinkle chat masala over it for chatpata (tangy) flavour; and the taste is irresistible.
Minty Paneer goes well as a starter or can be served as an appetizer. Make a meal by using it as filling with tortilla wraps by adding sliced raw onion and chat masala or enjoy on it’s own as a main course with roomali roti. Continue reading Minty Paneer (Chutney & Paneer)
Pav bhaji is one of the most popular street food in Mumbai. Pav is a kind of a bread and bhaji means spicy curry of mix vegetables. Buttered and slightly roasted pav is served as an accompaniment with bhaji. Indian version of fondue is no more new but I tried for the first time and it turned out quite good. So I thought to share my recipe. To get smooth texture of fondue, I added some cheese and extra green capsicum to lift the flavor. Pav bhaji fondue can be served as an appetizer or on its own as a snack.
Here, first I will give recipe for fondue since recipe of bhaji is not new to many. Later,I will also provide simplified recipe of bhaji for my beginner friends. Continue reading Mumbai Pav Bhaji Fondue