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Nimki, a savory snack

Indian has not only big sweet-tooth, they have a love affair with savory snack too.  Though countless aspirations made to improve diets, the song remains the same.people still want snacks.Nimki, while you pronounce it, stretch the "i" part…

Fried Wheat Crackers | Whole Wheat Mathri Recipe

These Fried Wheat Crackers are crunchy savory bites. You can call them fried-cookie.Whole Wheat Mathri is perfect for any festive celebration. A spiced snack which can be paired with a cup of Tea too.You will enjoy making these Fried Wheat…

Potato Fritters Recipe / Aloo Pakoda Recipe

It was a Summer afternoon having it's own beauty.The sky seems to be different giving a prospect of rain.And with that sight , my sister asked me to prepare some hot pakoda or Potato Fritters to munch with a cup of filter coffee. what next?…

Alo-Pyaz Kachori / Rajasthani Street Food

A hot and steamy Alo-Pyaz Kachori on any day can make your  taste buds burn by shear hotness oil and the special combination of mint chutney. This is a famous Rajasthani Street Food. I remember my trip to the pink city of Rajasthan munching…

Dal Vada

These are crispy Dal vada from the street of Bangaluru ,my second home :) These vadas are a popular street-snack from south-India. Those were my favorite evening snack with a cup of chai at Office .I don't like Maida stuff much ,so these…

Jalebi/ Indian-spiral crispy dessert

People having that Big Sweet tooth hardly think twice before popping a ladoo or two into their mouth.A lover for sweet can easily be spoilt for choice in this land of sweet. You can notice any traditional meal is incomplete without a sweet…

Onion Fritters

"Piaji" that is what we call it in local language. It's a perfect evening snack to go with a glass of Nimbu Chai .My sister always demands whenever she is at Mom's place. After marriage she became an expert cook too :) These fritters were…

Indian Potato Curry Recipe | Aloo-Dum Recipe

Aloo-dum or dum-aloo , call it as you wish. This particular dish i am sharing today is the Alor dum that a bengali enjoy with loochi or as a spicy chat adding few common things to the dish like chopped fresh red-onion..lemon juice and…

Mumbai Style Sabudana Vada | Easy Sago Fritters Recipe

I was introduced to this amchi mumbai street-food in Bangalore.Those days watching theatre at Ranga-shankar was one of my favorite time-pass .The cafe there serves Sabudana vada with hot tea.After each play it's a must to have them while…