Crispy, fried and spicy Bread Pakoras are a favorite breakfast, tea time snack and a popular street food of India. They are really easy to make for sudden gatherings. Bread Pakoras are sure compliment your hot cup of tea during the rainy monsoon evenings.
Have you ever been to Shimla, then you must have seen this unique snack available as street food there. Well, I have tried one and it tasted heavenly, and so I thought of making it in my kitchen for my family as a special weekend evening treat. It looks huge but it is very easy to make and has an amazing blend of various flavors that will make you crave for more.
Tortilla Sheet is the base ingredient for tortilla rolls, burrito and quesadilla. They are soft, chewy and so easy to make, that you may not buy them from market again. They are available in market but you can make them easily and smartly in your kitchen.
Paalak Parathas are an excellent variation of parathas to be served for breakfast or can be carried in lunch. It is a great dish for kids who do not generally like to eat spinach as vegetable.
The most fulfilling meal that is famous across the entire nation is the Aloo ka Paratha that is loved by people of all ages. Its a timeless breakfast dish that is served with smooth butter that melts over it due the heat and curd.
Plain Kulcha with a cube of butter or desi ghee make up the best combination with chhole masala and aloo matar ki sabji.
Dal ke Parathe are made up of protein rich filling of dal and spices, stuffed fibre and carbohydrate rich covering of whole wheat flour. Served with a little butter and curry, it is famous for its satiating and soothing flavors.
Mooli ka Paratha made from grated white raddish, spices and whole wheat flour make up a healthy breakfast itme in Punjabi and Gujarati cuisines.
Gobhi Paratha is an Indian bread stuffed with cauliflower mixed up with all the spices. With winters round the corner these parathas rank top in the list of Indian meal.
Stuffed parathas are always preferred over the plain parathas. Hare matar ke parathe are among the most relished dishes of the North India during winters.
Sattu ka Paratha is a Bihari delicacy. Sattu which is powdered roasted gram, is among the healthiest food and sattu ka parathas form the best breakfast option.
When kids do not want to have plain roti and sabji, Aate Ka Chilla will serve as a great substitute for their required intake of carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals and other nutrients. Its easy and quick to make and this tasty twist to the traditional roti and sabji or paratha and sabji, will surely be loved by all.
A tastier version of the plain khasta Kachori with spicy onion filling inside. These Khasta Pyaaz Kachori are famous across Rajasthan and mostly relished as a tea-time snack with a cup of hot masala chai.
Sweet-n-spicy in taste, the Mishti Doi or Sweet Curd sandwich is loved by people of all ages. Make these sandwiches for kids lunch-box or for breakfast, people will enjoy it till the last bite.
Bread Kachori is a tasty and crispy snackthat is enjoyed by people of all ages. You can prepare these as tea-time snack or during family gathering or house parties, they are very easy to make and have a lip-smacking taste.
Just one serving of the Falafel Sandwich is enough to kick-start your day and will keep you full for a long time. It is a delicious way to get more chickpeas on the menu. A bundle of nutrients and energy, packed between 2 slices of fresh bread makes up for a great tasty breakfast.
Winter meals are incomplete without Mooli Ke Parathe and when made in these mini forms, even kids are sure to fall in love with them.
Special Sattu Ki Khasta Kachoris to celebrate special festivals or any celebrations among family and friends. They are so tasty that 1-2 Sattu Ki Khasta Kachori aren't just enough to satisfy your taste buds.
Bathua ka saag is a highly nutritious winter special leafy vegetable that is available throughout the country and Bathua Ka Paratha is a winter special recipe prepared using this nutritious leafy vegetable.
Methi Ke Parathe are among the healthy and easy to make dishes during winters. Prepared using ghee, these parathas are a combination of protein, healthy fast and essential carbs.
Hare Matar Ki Kachori is a winter special recipe that is most relished when served with some spicy curry dish or pickle. The spiced up stuffing prepared from fresh green peas gives this Hare Matar Ki Kachori and irresistible taste.
Shahi Tukra is a bread pudding dessert made from fried bread slices soaked in rabri. This dish is also called Double ka meetha and is famous specially in Hyderabad and Telangana.
Singhade Ke Atte Ke Mini-Parathe are a tasty snack item prepared specially during fasts and vrats in India. Singhada have been widely used in Unani and Ayurvedic medicines since ages. It is an ideal food for old age, kids and during fasting.
The Buckwheat Flour or Kuttu Ka Atta is famous in India for preparing special meals during vrats and fastings and vrat ki thali. Kuttu Ke Atte Ke Mini-Parathe taste just yum with curd and can also be served with aloo-tamatar curry.
Shallow fried bread pakoras are a guilt-free and healthier version of the bread pakoras available in restaurants or the street thelas. They can be served with spicy and tangy green chutney, or imli and gud ki chutney or just plain tomato sauce.