A pancake is a flat round cake which is usually made of milk, eggs, flour and butter which is poured over a frying pan and cooked. It is often served with honey or maple syrup and a small square of butter. Some people like a berry compote with it too. While most pancake recipes call for eggs, I decided to make a not so conventional eggless banana pancake. These pancakes are not exactly like those fluffy, airy buttermilk pancakes, they are a little less fluffy because of the wholewheat but the taste is promising. This recipe can be veganised as well and I have mentioned how you can do that!
Third in my “All things cutlet and fritter” series is this cauliflower, peas and spinach cutlet. Potato cutlets and vegetable cutlets are quite common so I thought of making a cutlet with cauliflower, peas and spinach giving a twist to the classic aloo or potato cutlet. Spinach is not often used in cutlets so what better way than to incorporate the green leavy vegetable into the cutlets.
I’ve decided to come up with a range of healthy cutlets and fritters. This falls second in the list after the potato and cottage cheese fritters. Cutlets are perfect for the rainy weather and best had in the evening as a snack. When I think of cutlet or tikki the first thing that comes to my mind is aloo or potato tikki. I think many people can relate to it. Why not beetroot? Beetroot is one such vegetable which not many like but it is very good for you. Many kids are not fond of it as well.
It has been a while since I shared a recipe and since I am not finding the time to make something new, I decided to share an old recipe of mine. My all time favourite spinach and corn quiche.
I have been wanting to make these potato fritters for a long time and yesterday I seemed to find the time to make these. These fritters on their own ate quite mild therefore they should be served with a cilantro mint mayo and a simple tangy cherry tomato salad to balance out all the flavours. If you think there a lot of components and it will take forever to make, you are WRONG! It is very simple to make and quite straightforward. If you have all the ingredients ready and prepped you can make it in half an hour.
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Crispy, spicy and filled with the sharp flavour of cheddar cheese these spicy cheddar crisps are perfect with any soup, stew or on their own as a snack and they are extremely easy to make!
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Soya is not only the closest substitute for meat, it is also an incredible source of protein. It is also rich in Vitamin B and omega-3 fatty acids which is good for you.
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A momo is basically a dumpling which usually contains a filling of meat or veges and it is steamed. Here in India, there are lot of small momo carts which sell them, piping hot with a spicy sauce. It is originally from Nepal or Tibet. The momo itself is very mild. But, it’s the super spicy sauce that makes you crave for more. Continue reading “Veg Momos With “Bullet” Sauce”
When I say “biscuit”, what comes in most of our minds is a fully crisp delight. But in the “Southern” American food it is actually crisp and flaky on the outside but has a soft, fluffy, moist inside. Totally ironic from what most of us eat out of the regular packets of biscuits.
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Achari Tandoori mushroom is something which is found in most restaurants and dhaba’s in India. It has a characteristic tang and spice which is most sought out by people. Achar in Hindi means pickle. The mushrooms which are marinated in a achari- yogurt mix is grilled in the tandoor or on a barbeque grill to a juicy perfection. They are very moist and have a tangy flavour which is adored by my family and cousins. Continue reading “Achari Tandoori Mushroom”
A pakora is a fried snack which originated in India and now, is found all over South Asia. The base of the pakora batter is chickpea flour also called as gram flour or besan. Pakora’s can be made with many things like onion, plantain, eggplant, paneer, spinach, etc. The most popular being the paneer (Indian cottage cheese) pakora, pyaz (onion) pakora and the palak (spinach) pakora.
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