A delicious alternative to coconut chutney, creamy, spicy side dish, kabul chana chutney
07/26/2018 10:50:29 PM vindhyadesai
Chutneys make a meal really mouth-watering and tasty. But making and eating the same kind of chutney everytime is boring. We all need change especially when it comes to food, why compromise. With only a few ingredients you can make a different dish or in this case a different chutney. So we are back with another chutney recipe, kabul chana chutney or chick peas chutney.
Many times we have leftover chana after making chhole or chana masala. It’s never easy to get the measurement right for chana. So in that case what would you do with the excess soaked chick peas. Well here’s an idea, kabul chana chutney. ... “Kabul Chana Chutney | Chick Peas Chutney | Chutney Recipes”
Cool, refreshing watermelon avocado salad, with watermelon vinaigrette
05/06/2018 12:17:10 PM vindhyadesai
Summer is here and a refreshing watermelon avocado salad is the order of the day. Salads are good for you, they provide fibre and all the essential vitamins. Watermelon is a very wholesome fruit, it is full of water and is rich in vitamin A & C. I can chow down big pieces of watermelon in a jiffy, love the texture, love the taste, love watermelon!
This watermelon avocado salad is dressed with a watermelon vinaigrette packed with flavours, tangy and peppy. It lifts the watermelon avocado to a whole new level, rather than adding plain old vinaigrette (emulsified dressing made of oil, vinegar/lemon and seasonings). The watermelon vinaigrette makes it even more watermelony 🙂 ... “Watermelon Avocado Salad | Salad Recipes”
Perfect for lunch on the go, to pack for kids lunch box, loaded with veggies, hummus wraps
08/05/2017 5:56:06 PM vindhyadesai
Hummus is one of the best condiments there can ever be. Loaded with proteins and very tasty. Turning this condiment, into hummus wraps, nice idea isn’t it? It has loads of fresh vegetables. Caramelized onions add a little something something to these hummus wraps.
They are super easy to assemble and make for an easy on-the-go lunch. Avocados take these wraps to the next level making them succulent and wholesome. Some good fats lined up in the form of avocados and olive oil in hummus. ... “Hummus Wraps | Veggie Hummus Wraps | Snack Recipes”
Piping hot masala puri for cold winter or rainy days
11/09/2016 6:55:13 PM vindhyadesai
Craving to eat a plate of piping hot masala puri on a cold rainy evening? Now if you are worried about having street food outside the house then why not try and bring the street food into the comfort of your living room.
Masala puri or masalpuri or masalapuri is a very famous chaat dish from South India. It is especially famous in Karnataka and Bangalore style Masala puri is simply the best! I learnt this chaat recipe from an aunt’s relative when I visited them in Mysore. ... “Masala Puri | Bangalore style masalpuri | Chaat Recipes”
Hummus dip with notes of sweet roasted red pepper and creamy feta cheese
09/28/2016 9:48:05 PM vindhyadesai
In continuation to my previous post, plain hummus dip, this recipe is a simple extension of it. I wanted this recipe to searchable so I am posting it as a separate one. This is one of the most delicious variations of a hummus dip. It has roasted sweet red bell pepper and creamy Greek Feta Cheese. Feta cheese is available in superstores easily these days. If you cannot procure Feta cheese you can skip it or add some fresh paneer/cottage cheese in place of it, squeeze in some lime/lemon juice before using it. The texture will not turn out to be very creamy but paneer is a good substitute. In keeping with the Mediterranean cuisine, I will reveal the Mediterranean platter in tomorrow’s post. I prepared the platter with these hummus dips featuring in it. Wait and watch this space! ... “Roasted Red Pepper Hummus | How to make red pepper hummus dip?”
Textured, creamy, protein filled hummus
09/27/2016 8:05:41 PM vindhyadesai
Hummus is the most common vegetable or chip dip, a staple condiment. It is from the Middle Eastern Region and is a staple in the Mediterranean cuisine. Made from chick peas, it is rich in proteins and good fats. Sesame seed paste (tahini) and olive oil add a distinctive taste to the dip. It can be made smooth but a bit of texture always adds to the layered flavours. Many restaurants make this very dry because it is pre-made and left out to dry. Serve with roasted vegetables, pita or tortilla chips or use it as a spread for a quick sandwich. This is such a versatile dip, it practically goes with anything. Try making this easy dip at home and enjoy the goodness of chickpeas! Other variations of this classic recipe like roasted red pepper hummus to try. ... “Hummus | Houmous | How to make hummus dip?”