[VEG] Peshawari Paneer (Peshawari paneer, cubes of paneer cooked in a lip-smacking cashew-onion gravy and finished with cream, the highlight of this recipe is the distinct flavour of freshly-pounded coriander seeds and red chillies.
Chaklis, the popular indian snack, is usually deep-fried and contains loads of calories. Heres how to make them with 1 tsp of oil to near perfection by baking them in an oven. Munch them at anytime of the day when hunger strikes.
The Lebanese Garlic Sauce is not for the soft-hearted. As it is blended smoothly with the rest of the ingredients, the garlic imparts a very strong flavor to this sauce, which also has a pleasant tang thanks to lemon juice.
Apple Crumble is a scrumptious recipe of stewed apple baked with a topping of muesli makes a great dessert. Make your own healthy version of muesli from ingredients like oats, wheat bran, almonds and walnuts, - all of which help lower cholesterol.
This dish actually makes a complete meal and one that takes very little cooking, especially if you have planned ahead and soaked the peas a day before. You can use a filling of your choice for the patties like peas, french beans, paneer, corn etc.
Appe or paddu is another traditional element of South Indian cooking – to be specific, it is a popular breakfast dish from the konkan regions in the west coast. Here is the recipe to make authentic appes.
Puran Poli, unlike Maharashtrian puran poli which uses chana dal, the gujarati version makes use of toovar dal. Its unique flavour and characteristic aroma can be attributed to the special indian spices used.
Pyaz ki Kachori, these kachoris probably originated in Jodhpur but are today popular throughout Rajasthan. Very few households actually prepare these crisp, flaky deep fried kachoris stuffed with a onion filling.
'Dry-Fruit Barfi' - By Tarla Dalal Desiccated coconut – ½ kg Ghee – 3 tbsp Condensed milk – ½ tin Semolina – 1 cup Ground sugar – 1 cup Cardamom powder – 1 tsp Food color – as required Chopped almond and pistachio – for garnishing
Falooda, distinctly flavoured with rose syrup, this is one dessert which is not to be missed. Although it can be served with any ice-cream of your choice, kulfi and falooda is the real match made in heaven.