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Fun-filled baby potatoes share the stage with calcium rich paneer in this lovely and lively chaat. The lemon juice and chaat masala lend their tangy touch to the otherwise bland ingredients.
Unlike traditional chaklis, this version makes use of less butter and a combination of flours to make them crisp and nutritious.
These khatta dhoklas are very quick and easy to make. Although dhoklas taste good at room temperature too, serve them hot with green chutney and tea for a classic and complete package!
Readily available khari biscuits make a great base for these dainty, delectable tarts. With a nice topping of vegetables, tomato, cheese and oregano, they make ideal, non-messy finger foods. Just serve them and watch your kids enjoy it all by themselves.
Onions and sesame seeds add flavour to the otherwise bland Jowar flour used in these baked puris. At just 8 calories per puri, you can enjoy them without guilt! Make the puris in advance and keep them ready for those sudden hunger pangs.
Popular Maharashtrian snack made healthier. It is usually considered to be a fried snack...but I tried making them without using any oil and the vadis turned out to be just as scrumptious. Kothimbir means coriander, which is the main ingredient in this recipe. Make sure you use fresh and green coria ....
The oats, walnuts and cornflakes snack bar is a perfect accompaniment for milk. Crunchy cornflakes, chewy oats, salty walnuts and creamy condensed milk give not just joy but good taste too. This flavoursome delicacy is an ideal snack any time of the day.
A traditional tea-time snack often made during festive occasions, Shakkar Para is – much to the joy of amateurs – also very easy to make! While there are several ways of making this mildly-sweet snack, this recipe is one of the easiest to follow. Never add the sugar directly to the dough without dis ....
Mayonnaise has a wonderfully creamy and tangy feel that never fails to delight the taste buds. Here, in this easy and quick Vegetable Mayonnaise Sandwich, it teams up with a horde of crunchy vegetables to satiate you in a tasteful way when you are oh-so-hungry!
These cheese-packed Corn and Potato Tikkis are a delight to bite into! The crispy outer surface of the tikkis give way to a soft inside that merges the mellow sweetness of corn, the mushy texture of potatoes and the gooeyness of cheese with tangy lemon juice and peppy garam masala. Indeed, every bit ....
Here is how you can transform one of the most common South Indian breakfast recipe – Idli, into an appetizing party starter. If you have some leftover idlis, cut them into cubes, sauté in oil and inject some Oriental style excitement into it, with vinegar, soya and other sauces, and chunky veggies t ....
Children enjoy pasta. Here is another way you can dish out pasta for children. Half-boiled and deep-fried, they become a crunchy treat to eat. You can toss them with seasoning and serve. Experiment with pasta shapes and colours.
This easy-to-make pancake is a sumptuous snack you can have anytime, as it is made with an instant batter of rice flour that requires no fermentation. Easy though it is, there is a lot of innovation inside these exciting Mixed Sprouts Pancakes. The addition of grated potatoes and crushed peanuts to ....
Crisped chapatis topped with tomatoes, onions and loads of cheese, the crispy tortilla pizza is a wonderful after-school treat for your kids. It can be made quickly with readily available ingredients, yet has an exciting side to it. Your kids will snap up this quick snack as quickly as it was made – ....
Tasty, sumptuous and convenient to handle, the Jhatpat Aloo Roll is a wonderful dish to send in your kids’ tiffin box, as it stays fresh for at least 5 hours. While we have made it with fresh rotis you can also make use of leftover rotis to make these rolls, because they will regain enough moisture ....
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