Doesn’t matter from where you are, you are going to love this. Pav Bhaji is very special to my heart since a lot of memories are attached to it. When I was a kid, I didn’t want to eat green vegetables. So my mother tricked me into eating them by putting them all in Pav Bhaji. And I would eat happily without a clue. What a smart and healthy way to trick kids!!
Chinese Fried rice are most popular type of rice and one of my favorites when it comes to having it with Manchurian. I include a lot of veggies to make it more healthy. Vegetables and sauces give it a tempting color and taste. Moreover, it’s really quick to prepare.
Note: Since a lot of people want this recipe before weekend, I am really sorry I don’t have step by step pictures but I promise to upload it soon. 🙂 Continue reading “Chinese Fried Rice”
Love Manchurian with Fried rice or Hakka noodles? Guest coming over and want to serve something tempting? Don’t be stupid to spend fortune to satisfy your taste buds. You must be thinking who spends a fortune on food? Well I did till the time I actually tried cooking it. Continue reading “Veg Manchurian”
Should I call it Kadhai Paneer or Paneer labaabdaar or Shahi Paneer? I just never understand these names. There are 100s of Paneer (cottage cheese) dishes, most of them are cooked in Kadhai (hindi word for a deep pan), then why name only one of them as Kadhai Paneer? I would rather name it in codes like Paneer 101. If you come up with a nice name, please let me know also. 😛 Continue reading “My Style of Paneer (paneer 101)”
Potato seems like best friend of every vegetable and sometimes rules over them too. And then Mr. Jeera (cumin seeds) says- “Why should I stay behind?”. Hence, he also accompanies him in almost every dish. Whenever we want something quick, or not in a mood to cook, most handy thing is boiled potato. Continue reading “Bored of Jeera Aloo? Try this..”
This is my first recipe I tried. I am not sharing the recipe just like a regular food blog. I will share my experience & confusions as well. Hope you can relate to it.
This recipe is for 2 people. When I tried first time, I saw it on a blog.
- It said take 1 cup soya chunks, but how would I know which cup? I googled some more, it said 250ml cup (as if I know the volume of all the mugs in kitchen). Anyhow, I had 250gm packet, so took half of it.
- Boil some water and soak them for 10-15 mins.
- In the meantime, take 1 big onion and slice it finely. Chop 1 medium sized tomato and 1 green chilly if you want.