Paneer Manchurian dry

Ingredients: Paneer (obvious ;)): 1 cup chopped into cubes red chilli sauce: 3 table spoons Soya sauce: 1 table spoon Red chili powder: 1 table spoon Onion: 1 small, chopped into long strips Capsicum: 1/2, chopped into thin long strips Maida: 1 table spoon Pepper powder: 1 tea spoon + 1 teaspoon Oil: 2 table … Continue reading Paneer Manchurian dry

Corn Mayo Sandwich

Corn kernels and Mayonnaise, a yummy combination for the kids lunch box. Ingredients: Corn kernels: 1 cup (I used the frozen variety) Oregano herb: 1 table spoon Mayonnaise sauce: 2 table spoons Method: Boil the corn kernels for about 10 minutes so that it becomes soft. Drain the excess water and let it cool down. … Continue reading Corn Mayo Sandwich

Sabji sandwich

Sabji sandwich – this is how my DD calls this sandwich as. Tomato and capsicum gravy stuffed into wheat breads – perfect breakfast for the kids and adults alike. Ingredients: Tomato, Capsicum, Onion: 1 big each finely chopped Cumin powder, turmeric powder, Corinader powder, garam masala powder: 1 tea spoon each Bread: 4 slices(wheat or … Continue reading Sabji sandwich

Chinese Kati roll

My daughters love the flavor of Chinese sauce… so I thought it would be good to feed more veggies if I make a kati roll with this flavor. So, here goes the recipe. Ingredients: For the roll: Wheat flour: 1 cup Warm water: 1/2 cup Salt to taste. For the stuffing inside the roll: Capsicum, … Continue reading Chinese Kati roll

Onion pakoda

Made of besan, onions and mild spices …deep fried and served hot… Perfect snack to be served with hot tea on a rainy evening! Ingredients: Besan flour: 1 cup Onions: 2 big, chopped roughly Chirotti rava: 1/2 cup (This gives the required crispiness) red chilly powder: 2 teaspoons Salt to taste Oil for deep frying. Method: … Continue reading Onion pakoda