Alasande kalu wade (black eyed beans) are one of the tastiest fritters. It is also known as lobia and karamani. They are crispy on the outside and soft on the inside. It’s the season of fresh black-eyed beans. Stir fry and sambar are the usual ones that I make using it. Fritters was on the to do list since a long time. Finally, I made it during the weekend. It was tasty and made a good treat. Continue reading alasande kalu wade, black eyed beans fritters
Sabudana or Sago is commonly used in Karnataka and Maharashtra states of India to prepare various kind of dishes. From payasam (sweet porridge) to wada (fritters), there are different kinds which are tasty and ideal for fasting and regular days. Today, I am presenting to you a healthier version , Sabudana wada in appe pan. Continue reading Sabudana wada in Appe pan/ sago snack
It’s been sometime I have put any fried snack here. Summer has atlast vanished Now, the weather is good, it’s raining at times but pleasant. Loving this weather and the splendid climate ! Well, it’s hinting me to make some fried snacks to binge. Today, I present to you Nawabi Green Cutlets. Continue reading Nawabi green cutlets
Pav bhaji is one of the snacks that I grew eating it very regularly and cherish this so much. It’s easy to make on hard days, good for the parties or any time of the day , and most of all it fills your stomach , not something like uff, I have eaten so much and still feel hungry…unlike the pani puris, isn’t it ? I am really pretty excited to share it here. Continue reading Mumbai Pav Bhaji
Winter brings it own blessings for us. Beautiful season awaits along with good food for the taste buds.This cold weather, urges us to deep fry some snacks as pakodas and other kind with a cup of hot tea. Bread pakoda is an easy to make snack that can be made in a jiffy. Do give a try to this version of mine.
Veg Cheese Croquettes are crisp on the outside and soft gooey red colour inside. They make an ideal snack for evenings or as an appetiser for party or get together. I have chosen this recipe as a starter for North Indian Thali of our Blogversary special. Continue reading Veg cheese croquettes
The affair with kababs continues.The pleasant weather of September, it was raining here then, (late rains) and these kababs made a wonderful treat. When I saw this Veg Seekh Kabab on my dear friend Piyali Sekhar Mutha’sblog, I could not desist. The recipe can be read here.They looked delicious and I knew it would be liked by my children. Last week. I had made these and they were really good. Now, sharing it here with you all.
My other kabab recipes are :
yielded 15 kababs
• Beans cut finely 15
• Carrot cut finely 1
• Capsicum green 1
• Potato boiled 3
• Sweet corn kernels 1 cup
• Onion 2
• Cottage cheese 6cubes
• Bread crumbs of 4 slices
• Hung curd 2tbsp
• Coriander finely chopped ½ cup
• Mint leaves finely cut ½ cup
• Gram flour 1tbsp
• Amchur powder 1tsp
• Ginger ,garlic chilli paste 2tsp
• Chilli powder 1tsp•
• Oil for shallow frying
• Corn flour 1tbsp
- dry fruit mix
- garam masala powder 1tsp
- salt to taste
1. Sauté the beans,carrot and capsicum in a non stick pan and cook till tender on a low flame.
2. If using fresh corns , add them too. I used frozen corn, added them a little later.
3. Remove from fire.
4. Now add all ingredients to it.Mash the potatoes and put it.
5. Mix all the ingredients thoroughly with hand. . Knead them together to a dough.
6. Shape them into long strips .
7. Heat a skillet.
8. In another bowl, mix cornflour with a little water to a smooth paste.
9. Dip the kebab into this and put it on the skillet.
10. Alternatively, you can put them on a skewer and grill them . Serve them with mint chutney or tzatziki dip.
To make Tzatziki dip:
- cucumber deseeded 1 (big variety)
- hung curd 2cup
- mint leaves 2tbsp
- salt to taste
- black peppercorns 6
- garlic 1clove
To make : Blend all ingredients together to form a thick pulp. Serve with any snack of your choice.
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