Methi roti / Methi chapathi /Fenugreek leaves roti recipe

Methi theplas are chapathi like breakfast recipe made from fenugreek leaves,whole wheat flour with some few spices.It is a healthy and most common breakfast from Gujarat that can also be served as snacks for kids.Adjust the spice level as per your need.The flavor from garlic and chopped fenugreek leaves enhances the taste of the thepla. … Continue reading Methi roti / Methi chapathi /Fenugreek leaves roti recipe

Kaima Idly-Leftover Idly recipe

A wonderful make over with the left over Idly would definitely be this Kaima Idly recipe.Left over Idlis are deep fried in oil ,sauteed with some veggies and finally garnished with coriander leaves and lime juice.As the Idlies are deep fried they tend to absorb more oil,so it is very important to consume them immediately … Continue reading Kaima Idly-Leftover Idly recipe

Idly Puttu

Puttu is a steamed breakfast dish of South India especially in Kerala.In some regions they are also called as Pittu.It is served with grated coconut,jaggery,banana,sugar or chickpea curry and also with Non veg curries and gravies. It is traditionally cooked in perforated coconut shells and hollow bamboo stalks.But nowadays there are many cooking vessels specially … Continue reading Idly Puttu

Soya chunks dosai / Meal maker dosai recipe

Soya chunks also known as meal maker is a healthy protein rich food that are widely used in Indian vegetarian cooking.Simple and easy to prepare recipe where soya chunks are grated,sauteed with hot and spicy mixture then stuffed inside a dosai or chappathi. The stuffing taste so much like minced mutton,your kids will love to … Continue reading Soya chunks dosai / Meal maker dosai recipe

Atho-Burmese food

Atho,a Burmese food also a popular street food in India.Atho is nothing but cooked plain noodles mixed and served with fresh raw vegetables.Orange colored noodles are used in making Atho,I have used plain noodles with orange food color.Many are addicted to these Burmese food ,two things that are very annoying about this Atho are they … Continue reading Atho-Burmese food