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.
There's nothing better than the combination of icy cold winters and a bowl of hot and creamy mushroom soup. The taste of mushrooms blended with creamÂ are sure to pamper your taste buds.
Here comes another variant of the momos, with creamy cheese and onion stuffing. It is extremely tasty and childrenÂ love it.
With the winters passing by, we present to you a healthy and quick evening snack recipe made from green peas. This is a protein rich recipe is prepared by cooking the green peas with spiced up tangy tomato and very little oil.
Here's another traditional recipe to make gajar ka halwa without milk or khoya, which is no less in taste than the gajar ka halwa prepared in milk or with khoya and can be prepared in very less time.
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.
Originated in the state of Bihar this dish is famous acroos India and Nepal. This dish serves as a complete meal and can be taken in lunch, dinner or as a snack item.
Gajar ka Halwa, one of the most popular traditional desserts for special occassions, is associated with the North India and Pakistan and is the most relished dessert during winters.
Paalak Ka Saag or Spinach Curry is a fresh, highly nutritious and highly delicious curry dish, that goes well with plain roti, paratha, naan or kulcha. It is rich in iron and fibre and extremely healthy.
With winters creeping in, you can see fresh cauliflowers everywhere in the market. Spiced up and when cooked with thin potato pieces this Aloo Gobhi Bhurji is sure to make every bite of your dal and rice or roti and paratha even tastier. It is really easy to make and can be carried for lunch and tiffin boxes, and as poori or paratha roll for journeys.
Hare Chane Ka Cheela are thin and crispy pancakes, which is a very quick, healthy and easy to cook snack item. Only a few ingredients are required for is preparation, and it can be relished with very less effort. They can be served alone or enjoyed with some sauce or chutney.
Hare Matar Ka Bachka or Matar Ka Pakora must try winter special recipe for all the pakora lovers. Enjoy with simple dal and rice or serve it as a tea-time snack, it just tastes awesome.
Hare Matar Ka Nimona is an age-old dish that is made in almost every household during winters. Prepared with fresh green peas of the season this dish tastes amazingly delicious. Hare Matar Ka Nimona can be enjoyed with hot roti or phulkas, plain or lachha paratha and even rice.
Crispy on the outside, but soft, spongy and creamy inside with a spicy twist of hari chuntey, makes Paneer Pakoda a perfect companion of evening tea. They are really easy to make and are a quick snack when you have some guests coming over for tea.
Fenugreek Leaves or Methi is eaten in various forms throughout the nation. One such healthy form is Methi Ka Saag, which is a tasty, yet healthy for everyone, specially people with diabetes.
Gobhi Ke Pakode are one of the most loved tea time snacks made specially during winters or monsoon evenings. They are easy to make and are just irresistible.
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.
When you reach home late after a tiring day and want to have something quick and relishing, then left over rice, green peas and 10 minutes is all you need to prepare this easy recipe of spicy and tasty hare matar ke chawal.