Aloo Paratha is stuffed with boiled potatoes and spices, roasted and served with butter or ghee. It is one of the most popular flat-breads in Indian cuisine, Pakistani cuisine and Bengali cuisine. This list of online colleges has information on culinary arts courses Ingredients and its measurements are mentioned below the video. Click here to
Chicken strip or chicken finger is ultimate party food, crispy on the outside, tender and juicy chicken inside. Quick to prepare, it can be made in advance and then fried at the last minute. For information on an online culinary arts degree program, check out this resource. Ingredients and its measurements are mentioned below the video.
Okra Curry (lady’s finger vegetable curry) / Vendaka Theeyal an authentic kerala recipe and is popular for its aromatic flavor and delicious taste. This recipe has been submitted by Mrs. Neetu Nair from Mumbai. Some people look into accredited online schools when they want to learn more about cooking Ingredients and its measurements are mentioned below
Sambar is a lentil stew from Kerala. Every family will have a variation to this however lentils and vegetables are common to every recipe. This recipe is a variation of Sambar. Click here to view video recipe on YouTube Ingredients: Long beans (1/2 cup, long cut) Carrot (1, thick chopped) Potatoes ( 1 small size,
Thanksgiving Day is family festival celebrated in US, Canada & other countries. It is the day of gratitude and appreciation, and as well as a sincere thanksgiving, offered to God for all His blessings, and as well as to the family, loved ones and friends for all their support. This day is also called as
Crispy Onion Pakoda & Potato Pakoda are most favorite snacks in India. Serve it hot with tomato ketchup or mint chutney along with a hot cup of tea. Ingredients & its measurements are mentioned below the video. Click here for video recipe on Youtube Ingredients: Onion ( 3, sliced) Potatoes (2, thin sliced) Bengal gram flour( 1 cup)
Puran Poli is an authentic Maharashtrian delicacy. It is a sweet dish made during the festival of Diwali and Holi. It is also called as holige, obbattu, bobatlu in different parts of India Click here to view the video recipe on Youtube Ingredients: Wheat flour (1 cup) Rice flour (1 tbsp) Bengal gram flour/Besan (1