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.
Popsicles are the new buzz this summer in my kitchen. And the mint and pineapple popsicles are topping the flavor chart so far. The sweetness and tartness of pineapple combined with a notch of chaat masala and mint create a flavor bomb. One bite and you will be reminded of kala khatta – a familiar Indian flavor which is hard to describe in words. A flavor so close to my heart. But this one is not exactly like kala khatta making it even more exquisite. So for anyone else who loves the combination of sweet and sour or who might need a little boost in the afternoon. I’m happy to report that these mint and pineapple popsicles are both tasty and energizing. And just basically delightful.
Bored of regular Aloo Tikki? Then you must try this Corn and Paneer Tikki Recipe. One, it is super delicious. Second, it is 100% vegetarian and gluten-free. Third, it has a fuss-free preparation method. Corn and Paneer Tikki adds a great variety to your snacks table. Serve it with green chutney, a chilled yogurt dip, and nothing else is required. This corn tikki has a mouth melting texture with a perfect crunch of corn kernels. The addition of cottage cheese aka paneer gives these fritters a creamy taste. The unmatched flavor of corn fritters comes from the spices and herbs. In few minutes, you have an excellent finger food ready for the party or a lip-smacking treat for the evening tea-time.
Thinking what to do with leftover naan? Make Naan Pizza. You will surely thank me for this easy naan pizza recipe. Last week, we had a dinner party and guess what, due to some last minute cancellations we were left with extra butter chicken and naan bread. And the next day, butter chicken naan pizza was our quick dinner. Naan pizza layered with rich tomato sauce and topped with butter chicken tastes simply divine. Don’t be stringent while adding cheese, after all, pizza tastes so much better with extra cheese. The combination of butter chicken and cheese is a guaranteed riot of flavors. This particular naan pizza is phenomenal because it has two of my favorite things – first butter chicken, I adore butter chicken. Secondly, super thin and crisp crust. Why is it so amazing? Well, actually, I think I know why (crispy outside, soft inside).
Mango Shrikhand is an Indian sweet treat made with fresh mango pulp, thick yogurt, flavored with aromatics like saffron, cardamom, and pistachio. Mango Shrikhand or the mango yogurt is a popular Maharashtrian delight, served with the main meal during the summers. The marriage of honeyed mango puree and the hung curd is in real sense match made in heaven and a pinch of saffron, cardamom strengthens the bond between the two. And you know why I love mango shrikhand so much because it is a no-cook recipe. It is one of the coolest mango recipes ever. All you need is ripe, sweet mangoes and thick yogurt to make perfect mango shrikhand at home.