Category: Breakfast

Breakfast

This is a very tasty version of carrot juice! You can skip the sugar used in this recipe to make it healthier. Those who don’t like carrot should also give this one a try. Make sure you use the red-orange carrots not those which are orange in color. INGREDIENTS 500 gm carrots 1 & 1/2…

Rava/ Sooji Toast is an easy breakfast/snack recipe which is loved by everyone specially kids. It turns out crisp and tasty! Tastes best when served with tomato ketchup or mint chutney! INGREDIENTS 4-5 Slices of bread (white/brown) 1 Medium sized finely chopped onion 2-3 Medium sized sliced mushrooms Some water 1 Small finely chopped tomatoes…

Dosa is one of the very popular South Indian breakfast recipes. Dosa batter normally needs fermentation but this recipe shows a quick way to make rava dosa which does not need fermentation. This dosa can be eaten with chuntey or sambar. INGREDIENTS Some cooking oil 1 Cup rava (sooji) 1 Cup rice flour A lot…

Bread Upma is an easy breakfast recipe which takes very less time and turns out very tasty! This can be made with leftover bread or you can buy a packet of bread just to make this upma 😉 INGREDIENTS 4 Slices of white bread 1 Medium sized finely chopped onion 1 Medium sized finely chopped…

Checkout this healthy and quick Indian breakfast recipe. You can serve this rava idli hot with any type of chutney or just like that. You can also add your choice of vegetables to the Idli batter. INGREDIENTS 1 Cup curd 1-2 finely chopped green chilies Some cooking oil 1/4 Cup finely chopped carrots 1 Tsp…

This recipe shows how you can pair the chicken momos with delicious soup. Along with the momos, this soup contains chicken meat balls which taste amazing and you get the kick from crushed black pepper ;). Try out this yummy bowl of delicious soup and Enjoy! INGREDIENTS 6-7 Steamed chicken momos Some chopped coriander, around…

I love Pav bhaji and I believe a lot of you also do so! For all those who’ve never tried Pav bhaji before, you can try this recipe and see how amazing this Indian street food tastes. This is an easy and hassle free recipe to make super yummy Pav bhaji. I’ve been making this…

Soya Keema Matar, an easy vegetarian keema made with soya chunks served liked Durban’s popular Bunny Chow. Do give this recipe a try! Enjoy! INGREDIENTS 1 & 1/2 Cup boiled soya chunks (boiled for 2-3 minutes ) 3 Tbsp oil 1 Small bay leaf, 3 cloves, 1 star anise, a pinch of green cardamom powder…

Chicken momos are perfect anytime in any weather. These steaming momos when paired with spicy momo chutney is a combination, to die for. Follow this recipe to make these goodness at home and checkout my momo chutney recipe as well by following this link: https://youtu.be/mHGCXA3AzeI Enjoy! INGREDIENTS 200 gm Chicken ¼ Cup spring onion green…

Dhokla originates from Gujrat, India. It can be eaten for breakfast, as a main course or as a snack. It’s light, spongy and just melts in mouth. Here, in this recipe we are sharing the instant version of Dhokla which doesn’t need much preparation. Try out this recipe and share with your friends and family……

Cream of Mushroom Soup, a perfect healthy and yummy soup recipe for winters!! INGREDIENTS 1 Cup sliced button mushrooms 3 Tbsp chopped spring onion 1 Small onion – thinly sliced 3 Tsp chopped garlic 1 Tsp chopped green chili ¼ Tsp crushed black pepper 1 Maggi chicken cube 2 Tbsp fresh cream (using Amul in…

Checkout this quick and easy recipe of fresh tuvar falli chaat. Unlike traditional chaat recipes, this uses boiled lentil beans which are healthy and tasty! INGREDIENTS 250 gm Tuvar falli/ lentil beans 1 Small onion – chopped ½ Tsp chaat masala 1 Small tomato – chopped Juice from ½ lemon ¼ Tsp red chili powder…

Vegetable momo is a type of dumpling with some kind of stuffing. Though it’s a traditional delicacy in Nepal and Tibet, it is becoming very popular in India and other parts of the world. This recipe describes a very basic vegetable version of momos. It tastes best with the red momo chutney. Print Vegetable Momos…