Italian Bhel is a twist a to Indian Bhel puri. This is a colourful, crispy and easy to make chaat or starter. I usually make Chinese bhel at home which has fried noodles and Chinese spices in it. This recipe is an […]
Vella cheedai / Seedai is a snack that is prepared for Gokulashtami. My amma and paati have told me that it is always challenging to make vella seedai. Because either it will become hard or it will dissolve in oil. This is […]
Bhel Puri / Poori is a popular Indian chaat item or street food made with puffed rice, three one of the favourite chaat item for the people of all age groups especially for the kids and teenagers. It is also a treat […]
Mixture is a popular South Indian snack that is a mixture of different ingredients that are deep fried. The recipe for this mixture differs from every house. Also there are so many varieties of mixture available. This is my all time favourite […]
Fulwadi / Phoolwadi is a crispy savoury from Gujarath made with gram flour and other spices. It is one of the best tea-time snacks and can be carried during travel. I tasted this snack when I went to Mumbai recently. There is […]
Paruppu usili is a very popular brahmin recipe which is ground, steamed and mixed with kothavarangai, beans, vazhaipoo and ammini kozhakkattai. It is rich in protein and is a better substitute for coconut green chilli mixture that we use for making poriyal […]
Uppu Cheedai / Seedai is a traditional snack that we make on Gokulashtami. Its is made with rice flour, urad dal flour and a bit of coconut, channa dal, etc., When I made uppu cheeai first time in my life, I was […]
Thattai Murukku is a traditional crispy South Indian snack. We make this for Gokulashtami and offer it to God. In Karnataka this is called as Nippattu. This is a simple and easy snack made with rice flour and urad dhal flour. You […]
Oven roasted chickpeas / Garbanzo beans are my all time favourite teatime snack. This is healthy since it is rich in proteins and it uses less oil as it is roasted in oven. I always love to munch these roasted pulses. Green […]
Aam papad is a Indian fruit leather made with mango pulp. The concentrated mango pulp is sweetened with the sugar solution. I first tasted this when I was very young and once we made at home and it became everyone’s favourite. This […]
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