Tuesday, 21 October 2014

Pearl Onion / Baby Onion ka Salan - without Tomato

Pearl Onion / Baby Onion ka Salan - without Tomato
Pearl Onion / Baby Onion ka Salan - without Tomato

Pearl Onion / Baby Onion ka Salan - without Tomato, this curry is spicy and tangy and flavorful as we have added peanuts and sesame seeds. Jaggery gives a light sweet touch to the curry. I have referred Vahchef site for the recipe. Though this curry takes time to cook, but its worth to try, best when served with roti or biriyani / pulao. If you want to serve this with biriyani, then make it little thick.
Everyone would be busy with Sweets & Snacks preparation, so why don't you try this recipe for Diwali Lunch. Prepare this as a side dish for Chicken / Mutton Biriyani and impress your family. Lets check the recipe,

Monday, 20 October 2014

Corn Flakes Mixture / Chiwda Recipe - Easy Diwali Snacks

Corn Flakes Mixture / Chiwda Recipe - Easy Diwali Snacks
Corn Flakes Mixture / Chiwda Recipe - Easy Diwali Snacks

Corn Flakes Mixture / Chiwda Recipe, an easy Diwali snack which can be prepared in last minute. Not only for Diwali, you can prepare it for any festive occasion or enjoy it as evening snacks. Even bachelors can prepare this easy snack. I had previously shared South Indian style Diwali Mixture, Ragi & Aval Mixture, Poha Chivda / Aval Mixture and Sev / Omapodi recipes, which you can refer later.
This is a vegan snack which doesn't require much ingredients. I have added peanuts for crunchy taste, but it is purely optional if you are allergic to nuts. I'm winding up the Diwali Special Posts with this recipe. Don't forget to check out the compilation of 70 plus Diwali Recipes. Lets move on to the recipe,

Sunday, 19 October 2014

Jangiri Recipe - Diwali Sweets Recipes

Jangiri Recipe
Jangiri Recipe

Jangiri / Jhangiri Recipe, a famous south Indian sweet variety made on special occasions and festivals. Frankly speaking, this is the first time we prepared this sweet just by following Mallika Badrinath's recipe and also got few tips from my mom's friend circle. 
I never liked jangiri that much when compared to crispy Jalebi. My plan was to try both for this Diwali, but after trying so many sweets and savories, I really got exhausted and changed my mind to try it later. 
The dal should be ground properly and frothy like butter. And once you keep the paste ready, you need to use it immediately or else the paste may become sour. Do not worry if you didn't get proper shapes like we get in sweet shops. Just prepare whatever shape you are comfortable with like we did :) It sure needs lot of practice and of course patience. Lets check the recipe,