Finger millet & honey cookies (Ragi cookies), Finger millet rich in iron and calcium, honey great for your health and helps lose weight. Ingredients: Finger millet/Ragi (1 cup, powdered) Honey (1/4 cup) Milk (3 tbsp) Method: Pre-heat over at 180 degree Celsius for 10 minutes. In a bowl, add finger millet/ragi, honey and mix well.
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Oats and Honey cookies, very good for your health cookies. Oats good for your heart and honey is sweet yet helps reduce weight. Oats and honey cookie is both tasty and great for your diet. Ingredients: Oats (1 cup, powdered) Honey (1/4 cup) Milk (2 tbsp) Method: Pre-heat the oven at 180 degree Celsius for
Whole wheat milk cookie is a wonderful breakfast and can be served with a glass of milk or tea. It is easy and quick to make. Ingredients: Whole wheat flour (1 cup) Powdered sugar(1/2 cup) Cardamom pods(4, powdered) Butter(1/2 cup, softened) Milk (1/3 cup) Method: Pre-heat oven at 180 degree Celicus for 10 minutes. Sift
Paneer Pakoda is an Indian cottage cheese starter dish made of spices and seasoned chick peas flour. Ingredients: For Paneer/Indian cottage cheese marination: Paneer/Indian cottage cheese (200 gms, cut into pieces). Show how to make Paneer/Indian cottage cheese at home. Chilly powder (1/2 tsp) Salt (1/2 tsp) For seasoned batter: Chick peas flour (1 cup) Salt (1
Dahi Bhalla is an Indian snacks very popular dish of North India, one of the chaat dishes. It is made with fritters and layered with yoghurt, delicious and very simple to make. Ingredients: Black gram dal (1 cup, soaked in water for 5 to 8 hours) Oil to deep fry Yoghurt (beaten, 1 cup) Sugar(1
Palak Chaat (Spinach snack) is a delicious Indian Chaat dish usually served in the evening with a cup of tea. Ingredients: Spinach leaves (20, washed & pat dry) Chick peas flour (1 cup) Salt ( 1 tsp) Chilly powder (1/2 tsp) Baking powder (a pinch) Oil to deep fry Chaat masala ( Enough to coat
Tamarind chutney is used for making all chaat dishes (Indian Starters) such as Papdi chaat, dahi papdi chaat, Palak chaat, Dahi Bhalla, etc. This video demonstrates how to make Tamarind chutney. Ingredients: Tamarind (100 gms, soaked in water) Water (enough to immerse tamarind) Dried ginger (2, chopped). If dried ginger is not available, use fresh