The all time favourite snack of Mumbai, is a very healthy dish with mix of many vegetables and is a good meal or snack. Enjoy Ingredients: Pav/Bread (2 pieces) Butter (1 tbps) Potato (1, boiled and mashed) Cauliflower (1, boiled and mashed) Tomatoes (4, chopped) Capsicum (1, chopped) Onion (2, chopped) Curry leaves (few) Coriander
Category Archives: North Indian Food
www.veenaskitchen.com is celebrating its 100th post. Chef Amit has given this recipe for the celebration of 100th post of the website. Shahee Paneer Kofta is a royal Lucknow (North Indian Cuisine) dish and has very rich ingredients. The Cottage Cheese or Paneer is fried and then cooked in Cashew-nut gravy and seasoned with Indian spies.
This week I visited my hometown in Maharashtra where I got the authentic recipe. Val ani Shenga bhaji is a Maharastrian Cuisine made of Field beans and Drumstick. This recipe is given by Mrs. Saroj Patil who is a working professional, house wife and a wonderful cook. Ingredients: Val/Field beans (2 cups, soaked and skin
Aloo Pudina Tikki is a starter and is made of potatoes and mint leaves.The Tikki is made in Indian spices and served with mint chutney Ingredients: Potatoes (2 medium size, boiled and grated) Roasted channa powder (1 tbsp) Bread crumbs(2 tbsp) Samiya (Vermicelli, coarsly powdered) Chat masala (1/2 tsp)Green chilly (chopped, 1 tsp) Mint
Spinach/Palak in its own goodness prevent from vitamin A deficiency disease, itching eyes, harsh effects of UV rays that lead to cataract, eye ulcers and dry eyes, beneficial for high blood pressure patients, Strengthens heart muscles, prevents eyes from , prevents heart attack & stroke, protect the skin from harmful rays of sun including the
Ingredients: Ginger (1 inch) Green Moong dal (1 cup) Water (3 cups) Salt as per taste Oil (1 tbsp) Cumin seeds (1 tsp) Asafetida powder (a pinch) Turmeric powder (1/2 tsp) Chilly powder (1/2 tsp) Garam Masala (1 tsp) Lemon juice (1 tsp) Coriander leaves Method: Boil moong dal adding water and ginger. Once the
Guava control diabetes, protects prostrate, reduces the risk of cancer, the juice of the leaves cures toothache, swollen gums & oral ulcers, heals wounds when applied externally, convulsions, epilepsy, bacterial infections and so on and so forth. I found this nutritious and delicious recipe and thought of sharing it with you. Ingredients: Guvava semi ripe (3 cups,