Category Breakfast/Dinner

Godhuma Rava Adai – Multi Grain Adai

April 26, 2018 Breakfast/DinnerDosa Corner  No comments

Adai is always welcome at home. This Godhuma Rava Adai is fully packed with fibre and protein. We are not using rice in this recipe. I always find it as an easy option too, as it is a quick fix recipe for breakfast or dinner. All u need to plan is the soaking time. Usually it is made with rice, chana dal & toor dal. But I add what all lentils is available in hand and make it as a Multi Grain Adai. So thought of sharing it as a post here ๐Ÿ™‚ Wheat Rava/Godhuma Rava/Dalia however u call it, is the HERO of this recipe. It is a totally guilt free adai and keeps us full too.

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Vazhaipoo Adai – Banana Flower Adai

March 23, 2018 Breakfast/Dinner  One comment

Adai is a South Indian crepe made with rice & mixed lentils. Vazhaipoo Adai is an added healthier version. Vazhaipoo has loads of health benefits. This Vazhaipoo Adai is made by adding chopped vazhaipoo to the batter. It will be crispy. We have started including vazhaipoo in our diet regularly, atleast once in a month. Chotu really likes it. Though the cleaning process is a time consuming one, it is worth the effort. Click HERE to see how to clean Vazhaipoo.

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Paneer Sandwich – Kids Sandwich

March 1, 2018 Bachelor Friendly RecipesBread RecipesBreakfast/DinnerKids Bay  4 comments

Sandwich is a quick fix option which I always look forward to! Its an easy and delicious lunch box idea for kids or a filling after school snack. Chotu loves sandwiches, though he has a few choices of filling as favourites. This Paneer Sandwich is one among them. This is loaded with veggies, paneer, cheese & a layer of green chutney (recipe coming next) to add more flavour and spiciness. U can use your choice of bread. And not to forget, this is a grilled Paneer Sandwich.

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Aloo Poori – Potato Poori

December 23, 2017 Breakfast/DinnerKids Bay  2 comments

Aloo Poori is a delicious poori flavoured with potato and spices. The golden colour of this poori is really very attractive for kids. It is a good method to get the hidden benefits of the veggie for those totally fussy kids. Poori is always my favourite since childhood. Poori & tomato thokku is my most wanted combo. This would be my standard demand on my birthday’s! ๐Ÿ™‚ I served this Aloo Poori too with the same thakkali thokku, though this can be had without a side dish as it is fully flavoured.

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Masala Paniyaram – Masala Kuzhi Paniyaram

September 14, 2017 Breakfast/DinnerKids BaySnacks / Starters  3 comments

Masala Paniyaram is a simple snack made from left over idli/dosa batter. When the batter becomes sour or old I make this. It is a simple recipe which can be made without any prior preparation. Can be had for breakfast/dinner too. Perfect for kids as it has a good dose of vegetables and looks colourful/attractive. I have already shared the traditional recipe of kuzhi paniyaram before, this is a quick & instant version. If u are looking for sweet verions of paniyaram check this or this!

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Rava Dosa – Instant Rava Dosa

July 12, 2017 Breakfast/DinnerDosa Corner  6 comments

Rava Dosa had been in my to-do list since a long time. I usually make it for dinner, so could not click the pics due to poor lighting. As its summer now and the day light is extended until 10 pm, its comfortable to click pics even when I make it for dinner. The trick of making the perfect crispy & lacy Rava Dosa lies in the correct batter consistency. Have shared a video as well as tips to get it right. I have made it as a plain one. U can make it as onion rava too. The best combo for this would be coconut chutney.

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Pesarattu Dosa – Moong Dal Dosa

May 10, 2017 Breakfast/DinnerDosa CornerDrinks  No comments

Pesarattu Dosa is a very popular breakfast recipe from Andhra Pradesh. It is very healthy and nutritious as it is made from whole moong beans. I learned this recipe from a friend. I tried it for the 1st time and we all loved it. It is a very flavourful dosa variety. One more to the Dosa basket ๐Ÿ™‚ Unlike the normal Dosaย we do not have to ferment this Pesarattu. The only planning to be done is to soak the moong beans the previous night or for 8-10 hours.

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Sprouts Salad – Moong Sprouts Salad

April 6, 2017 Bachelor Friendly RecipesBasicsBreakfast/DinnerSnacks / Starters  3 comments

Moong Sprouts Salad is a healthy and quick to make salad. It is a perfect recipe to kick-start your day or as an evening snack. I had posted earlier about making sprouts at home, as u all know homemade is always the best. Check HEREย for recipe. This is a very easy breakfast alternative for working people and bachelors. If u have the sprouts in hand, this can be done in minutes. Go ahead and get creative in making this salad according to your taste buds.

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Tomato Pasta – Cheesy Tomato Pasta

February 2, 2017 Bachelor Friendly RecipesBreakfast/DinnerKids BayPasta / Pizza Recipes  6 comments

I am a big fan of pasta & especially this Cheesy Tomato Pasta. There are many shapes of Pasta. I have tried many shapes and this Farfalle is my favourite. I usually make Tomato Pasta with homemade pasta sauce, but when not available I use tomato sauce and spice it up with seasoning just like I have done in the video. I should say this pasta tastes much better than the ones that we get in restaurants & pizza outlets. Especially here, it tastes totally bland. I had posted this recipe long back, now updated with new pics and video ๐Ÿ™‚

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Poori – Puri – How to make puffy Poori

December 17, 2016 Breakfast/DinnerRoti/Paratha  10 comments

Poori or Puri is a very popular Indian breakfast. Poori and potato masala is yet another unbeatable combo. We usually prefer phulkas, but once in a while Puri is also welcome. This post is especially for beginners. Have shared all the tips and tricks to make perfect puffy Puri. The dough consistency, how to roll it and the frying part – all play an important role. Recipe with video for better understanding.

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