Being inspired with these kebabs, I tried my hands on to make Baked Cheese Cups, which is a baked version and quite similar to the Hara Bhara Kebabs. Ofcourse, they are not deep fried, but you can shallow fry the or cook it on a pan with very little oil or butter.
French Fries is something that makes everyone go Head-Over-Heals!!! My love for Fries began right from my school days where mum prepared these using fresh golden winter potatoes with a sprinkle of salt and pepper. It was our Friday Evening snack!!
Being inspired by the Cheesy Fries, I thought of giving it a magical twist by adding some additional flavors of mayo and some chicken sausages. Ofcourse, the vegetarians can skip chicken.
Macaroni is something my brother and I have loved since childhood days. Every time I prepare this, it takes me back to my kiddie days where we came back from school and mom served us a yummy delicious plate full of macaroni. Those days it was not something fancy, yet mom’s magic was something that added so much of goodness that made even a simple dish so delicious.
Spaghetti has been my all time favourite and most easiest to make specially when your tied up with different chores around. It’s the most comfort and go to weekday meal.
Tossed with a spring onions, garlic, veggies and flavourful seasonings this spaghetti takes on a hint of Asian flair. Add the crispy, fried paneer add some deliciousness and salty bites.
My recipe for Potato Cannoli is a savoury version of the Italian dessert, Cannoli, which is a flaky crusty shell usually made of flour stuffed with luscious cream, sweet ricotta filling, choco chips. In other words, pure dessert bliss!
Soya Chilli | Soyabean Chilli is an Indo Chinese dish which is very easy to make and can be served as a starter with rice or noodles or you can enjoy it as is. Soya Chilli is a protein packed chinese starter made with soya bean chunks or nuggets. Soya chunks are known for its various health benefits and are very high in proteins. Soya chucks being absolutely nutritious, is a very popular and versatile ingredient used in Indian Cooking.
These Hash browns are super crispy on the outside and they not only make an amazing breakfast, I also prepare these as a side dish or snacks.
Hash browns are super easy to make, all you have to do is grate some potatoes, squeeze out all the starch and water and cook it in a pan or skillet till nice golden and crispy. You can add onion, garlic powder or any seasonings of your choice to make it more flavorful. I personally prefer garlic flavor and recently I also tried Cheesy Hash Browns Bites, which call for grated potatoes flavoured with Italian seasonings and garlic powder, baked in a muffin mould. These Cheesy Hash Browns are loaded with Cheese and one can feel free to add veggies of choice.