These Veg Spring Roll stuffed with the Indo-Chinese flavors are so good I recommend making a double batch because they will go fast! They are popular across Indian sub-continent with different names – Chinese Spring Roll, Veg Spring Roll or only Spring Roll. All these names refer to only one goodness – deep-fried spring rolls packed with an Indo-Chinese filling of noodles or chicken. These spring rolls are ridiculously delicious and totally irresistible. You just can’t stop at a single piece. And they are super easy to make – you just prepare the stuffing, then roll it up in the wrappers, and later deep-fry. They are always a star party appetizer at my place, no second thoughts about it.
Baby Potato Curry is one of easiest and delicious potato curry recipes. Does it win your heart over even more if I tell you it takes less than 30 minutes to make? You can call it a cheat dum-aloo as well. The taste and the gravy are very similar to that of dum aloo sans any cream or tomato. If you are a serious potato lover than I am sure you would love this baby potato curry. Do we love potatoes? We – as a family is for sure a potato lover. And that explains delightful, unique potato recipes on the blog such as – Pahadi Aloo Paani, Bombay Potatoes, and Aloo Ke Gutke.
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.
Many communities in India follow a strict no onion no garlic diet regime. The reason for following this particular diet regime is mainly religious but nowadays many people avoid onion and garlic due to certain health related issues. It is not an easy task to plan an everyday menu without using the two key flavor ingredients – onion and garlic. As most of the Indian Curries revolve around the paste of onion and garlic. Even for tempering the side dishes onion and garlic are the most commonly used herbs. It is challenging to think about a delicious food without onion and garlic but not impossible.
We are sharing with you 10 No Onion No Garlic Recipes that can be prepared on a routine basis and are so good in taste. These curries and side dishes are easy to prepare, full of flavors and far from boring. I am sure these no onion no garlic recipes will add a lot of variety to your everyday menu.
Making iced tea is easy, and endlessly adaptable: you can brew it light or strong, drink it unsweetened or sweetened. Once you’ve got the basic iced tea perfect, you can start getting creative. And make your iced tea more interesting with added flavor of fruits, juices, and nectarines. During the summer season, there is nothing more refreshing than a chilled glass of homemade iced tea. What I like most about the iced tea prepared at home is you can control the amount of sweetness. Unlike the packaged one which is loaded with preservatives and artificial sweetener. It is always best to brew your own iced tea at home. It is fun and an absolute thirst quencher.
This Corn Salsa is everything I love – sweet, savory, spicy, crunchy and fresh. It’s gratifying with nachos or inside the tacos. Perfect any way you serve it – you really can’t go wrong. The best part about this Corn Salsa Recipe is it takes less than 30 minutes to get ready. So to welcome the announced guests on a Friday night – quickly stir up corn salsa and serve it with nachos. Delicious, fuss-free snack is ready in no time! No need to spend hours in the kitchen on planning for a lip-smacking condiment to accompany the munchies. You will be surprised to know that this corn salsa is healthy, vegan and gluten-free too.
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.
This Summer Pasta Salad is loaded with pineapple, cucumber, olives and a light creamy dressing. We love eating this pasta salad for lunch or dinner. It is good for any summer meal. After all, the Delhi heat is almost killing us and we are sticking to no-cook, easy to prepare D-I-Y meals such as this summer pasta salad. You can make it in advance and let it sit in the fridge. During the hot summer afternoon, it is so comforting to have a light pasta salad for lunch along with a glass of chilled iced tea or mint lemonade. This creamy summer pasta salad takes my favorite summer ingredients and turns them into a delicious meal.