Cheese corn toast is quick and easy, scrumptious snack, a favorite with most kids and adults too! There is something so good about the combination of cheese and corn, that it works well in the form of a spread or even croquettes aka cheese corn balls! And anything that has cheese, has to be good, right?
Aloo paratha is the most popular amongst all the paratha’s! A paratha is an unleavened flatbread stuffed with a variety of filling from vegetarian to non-vegetarian. Some of the popular paratha’s are gobhi paratha, aloo matar paratha, paneer paratha, methi paratha amongst the veg ones, and kheema paratha and egg parathas amongst the non-vegetarian counterparts. A typical Punjabi paratha is made with loads of ghee and served with a dollop of homemade butter. Definitely not the healthiest, but people back then did a lot of manual labor and so needed all the extra calories. With today’s sedentary lifestyle eating such a calorie-laden meal every day will definitely do you no good, so moderation is definitely the key.
This hariyali sabudana khichdi, prepared using a ground paste of cilantro and chillies, is a delicious twist to the regular sabudana khichdi.
Sabudana (tapioca pearls ) khichdi is a popular Maharashtrian breakfast snack. Soaked and drained tapioca is tempered with cumin seeds, curry leaves, and green chillies. Tapioca is also consumed in the form of vadas (fritters). Continue reading →
Vermicelli Idli’s! Who would have thought of making idli’s with vermicelli? May be it’s common, but I haven’t come across these before. So I when I first saw this on my FB foodie group, posted by Shobana ji who blogs at Cooking with Shobana, I knew I had to try this out immediately! Like most things that I dilly dally, in terms of trying out several of the recipes that interest me, having bookmarked like a million ( okay not million, but you get it, don’t you? ) I tried these soon enough!
Sabudana or sago vada is a sumptuous and delicious, deep fried snack popular in Maharashtra, India. It is made of soaked sabudana aka tapioca pearls, boiled and mashed potatoes, coarsely crushed roasted peanuts and a few spices. It is crunchy, a little spicy and somewhat sweet, everything you’d want in a snack. It is mostly consumed for fasts (vrat), however they are an excellent any time snack as well. Continue reading →