Oct 042016
 
Poha cutlet - how to make poha (pressed rice) cutlet

It was raining heavily here last weekend and so I made this lovely crisp poha cutlet. It was soooper delicious with a lovely texture to it. Adding poha or pressed rice gave it a very crisp outer with a soft innner. I also added sesame (til) seed powder for a lovely flavor. I am a snack favorite person, especially fried [Read more]

Sep 192016
 
Eggless Banana muffins - super fluffy and light

Earlier, I posted my recipe for banana bread that is super duper moist. Here I share, banana muffins, another variation to my earlier post. I used an egg for that recipe and I got numerous requests to post the recipe without egg as well. So, here I am today sharing my recipe for banana muffins without using egg. Now, these [Read more]

Oct 142015
 
Peanut and oats ladoo

This, being a festive season, I made these simple and quick ladoo recipe a while ago and they turned out super delicious. These peanut and oats ladoo have a healthy and tasty combination of protein rich peanuts(groundnuts) and fibre rich oats along with jaggery(gud) that is high on iron. I normally don’t make sweets often at home as both me [Read more]

Oct 012015
 
South Indian Punugulu (with dosa batter) - tea time snack

Punugulu or punukulu is a mouth watering Andhra street food, that is commonly prepared using dosa batter. I have many memories attached to this wonderful crispy tea time snack recipe. When I was a child, my father used to bring home punugulu almost on every weekend when he goes to market. The crisp fried punugulu is normally packed with either [Read more]

Sep 292015
 
Dhokla - besan dhokla - khaman dhokla recipe

Dhokla has been on my menu for a long long time now. Honestly, I was always intimidated to make dhokla at home, because it felt like a very tiresome process to me. That was the only reason I never gave it a try in my kitchen for all these days. Being a south Indian, dhokla is not a regular item [Read more]