Bread Basket Chaat (Video Recipe)

Have you ever think of making basket chaat using bread? If not yet, then try this bread basket chaat recipe. This chaat recipe will definitely fill your thoughts with a dozen creative ideas to use these bread baskets. And why not? These bread baskets are so easy to prepare, doesn’t require any oil and look extremely fancy. Bread Basket Chaat is one of the fun and creative ways to serve the regular aloo chaat. Next time if you are hosting a Chaat party, serve chaat in these bread baskets. The guests would surely get impressed with your culinary skills. 

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Have you ever think of making basket chaat using bread? If not yet, then try this step by step bread basket chaat recipe.

Date and Coffee Milkshake

We are surviving in Delhi summer holding the tall glasses of smoothies, lemonades, and milkshakes. Because it is dry and scorching hot throughout the day. In midst of such high heat, a towering glassful of drinks such as Date and Coffee Milkshake help us keep calm and get going. It has become one of our favorite breakfast drinks for two reasons – it si all naturally sweetened with date and it has coffee. This date and coffee milkshake is one of the delicious ways to have coffee during the summer season. I love milkshakes that taste like cold coffee. And the cold coffee that is actually a milkshake. So cool isn’t it? Perfect for giving you a boost to make the most of a gloriously warm and sunny day ahead.

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Date and Coffee Milkshake

Teatime Sandwich Recipe, How to make Teatime Sandwich

Teatime Sandwiches are the best menu choices for the summer tea party. One thing I love most about teatime sandwiches is they are never out of fashion. I cannot imagine a good tea party or high-tea menu without these classic, delicate sandwiches. As a food lover, I always have this soft corner for the creamy, moist teatime sandwiches. That’s the reason I cannot stop at one sandwich, second helping is a must for me. These rainbow teatime sandwiches are the best thing that can happen to you while on the go. Because this sandwich recipe is lunch box, picnic, and travel-friendly. So hope now you have enough reason to bookmark this teatime sandwich recipe

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Teatime Sandwich

Surti Sev Khamani Recipe

Our guest post series continues, with the talented Indian food blogger Binjal Pandya from Binjal’s Veg Kitchen! I have long been a fan of Binjal’s great recipes and beautiful photos. And I must say she is among those bloggers who define new artistic perspective of the conventional Indian cuisine with their photographs. While I was compiling the list of guest bloggers for the year 2017 she was the first one to make it to the list. I regularly find myself getting inspired by lots and lots of her recipes, so I know that you’ll enjoy this one! Even more than that, I just completely love being able to call Binjal a friend. And don’t miss out our collection of guest posts on Pinterest

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Sev Khamani Recipe is a typical Gujarati snack from Surat region (that's why it's called surti sev khamani). Very delicious, perfect for any occasion.

Spring Onion and Paneer Paratha

Paratha adds great variety to our everyday breakfast menu. Stuffed, flavored, layered, may it come in any shape or size, we just love to devour them for breakfast. Though nowadays, cautiously I am making an attempt to keep my favorite Paratha Recipes, as healthy as possible. As you will notice below in the recipe of Spring Onion and Paneer Paratha we have used Multigrain flour for the dough, tried using minimal oil to cook the paratha and used basic seasoning. If you really want to get indulgent with your Parathas, serve them with a dollop of butter. These Spring Onion and Paneer Paratha are easy to make and so much promising on taste and texture. 

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Spring Onion and Paneer Paratha is a wholesome, delicious and super-easy breakfast recipe. Learn how to make Spring Onion and Paneer Paratha in few simple steps

Aloo Methi Paratha Recipe

The regular Aloo Paratha is too dull for me. That is the reason I am always looking ways to combine aloo stuffing with some additional flavors to create a wholesome flatbread. Sometimes, back we shared the Makki and Aloo Ka Paratha. This time, it is Aloo Methi Paratha. Packed with excitement; that describes the Aloo Methi Parathas best of all! The mashed potato mixture is tucked inside the flavorsome fenugreek-laced dough and rolled out to make pillowy parathas. Who could say no to them? Served with simple raita, freshly churned white butter and aam ka achaar, these Methi Parathas are one of our favorite winter breakfast. Almost, a weekly ritual all over the season, till the family had enough of them. 

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Packed with excitement; that describes the Aloo Methi Parathas best of all! Served with simple raita, freshly churned white butter and aam ka achaar, these Methi Parathas are one of our favorite winter breakfast.

Breads, Breakfast & Brunch, Lunch | November 18, 2016 By

Eggless Banana Loaf Cake (Video Recipe)

Eggless Banana Loaf Cake is a delicious, quick to bake, tea-time treat recipe, perfect for the gloomy November evenings. With some over-ripe banana sitting in the fridge, banana loaf cake is a nice idea to utilize them. We replaced butter with olive oil in the recipe to reduce the calorie count of this cake. I am a big time fan of simple, tea-time bakes. And often, on my blog, you will find cakes which are super easy to make and look extremely fancy with a cup of coffee. Few of our all-time favorite tea-time bakes from the blog are – Strawberry Cake, Orange Cake, Lemon Pound Cake. Ohhh, we love them all. These are not really dessert cakes, but a tea-time or snack cake, good for that energy boost during breakfast or evening cup of tea/coffee. But of course, with a dollop of fresh cream or a plain vanilla ice-cream, these naked cakes can be served as a dessert. 

Eggless Banana Loaf Cake is a delicious, quick to bake, tea-time treat recipe, perfect for the evening tea-time.

Meethi Poori Recipe

Meethi Poori Recipe is an ode to all those simple joys of festive celebrations in a small town, where I grew up. In those days, no fancy desserts, puddings or store bought confectionary would frame our Diwali. Instead, it was the simple, homemade sweet dishes prepared by the mom and the aunts that enticed our taste buds and sweet tooth cravings. Recipes like Meethi Poori, Sooji Ka Halwa, Gajar Halwa or Gujia are very close to my heart and evoke a strong nostalgia whenever I cook them. These are the dishes that remind me of cheerful and best Diwali’s celebrated at my ancestral home with the loved ones. No elaborate feasts or royal buffets could compete with these festive comfort foods. Meethi Poori is a cross between mawa kachori and the regular Poori. It has the taste similar to that of a rich Rajasthani Mawa Kachori while the crispness and flakiness of a perfect Poori

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Meethi Poori is a delicious, simple recipe for the festive occasions such as Diwali, Holi, and Raksha Bandhan.

Breads, Breakfast & Brunch | October 26, 2016 By


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