Gobi 65 is Aj’s most favourite in this whole universe.Yeah,that’s how he says. I usually make crispy cauliflowers with simply sambar powder and corn flour.It’s best accompaniment as varuval for our south Indian meals. But if he wants as a snack for eating alone, then I have to make this way. I have adapted the recipe from Pavi’s space, but tweaked a bit according to my convenience and taste. I must thank her for sharing the recipe, both Aj & Vj loves this way...
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1. 1/2 tsp Aniseed powder
2. 1/4 tsp crushed or powdered Cloves
3. 1 tsp Chilli powder
4. 1/4 tsp Turmeric powder
5. Salt and Pepper to taste
6. 1/2 tsp Coriander powder
7. Juice of one two limes
5. 500gr FRESH Seer Fish (about 3 or 4 fish steaks)
9. Oil to fry
Mix all the ingredients and marinate the fish steaks for 1 hour. Heat oil in a frying pan, add the marinated fish in batches, fry, turning occasionally until golden brown...
Aloo Tikki is a popular snack and is often used in all the north indian Chaat and also in burgers as patties. Aloo Tikki, when placed between bread slices along with veggies makes a yummy sandwich. Aloo Tikki is crispy outside and spongy inside and it makes a real treat to taste buds at any time and is loved by both kids and adults. It makes a tasty bite for any rainy or chilly day to make it even more special...
This one is very easy to make,my hubby who doesn’t likes pasta sauces, loves to eat pasta like this. I have used penne here,you can choose your pasta and try this. Any bachelor can try making this! Kids will sure love this too!!
1.Pasta of your choice 3/4 cup
2.Butter 1 tblsp
3.Cheese spread 2 –3 tblsp
4.Pepper,crushed little coarsely 1/2 tsp – 1 tsp
5.Olive oil/cooking oil 1 tsp
6.Salt as needed
A couple of recipes for those who prefer eating a leisurely brunch on Sundays
For those who take it easy on Sundays and wake up at leisure, brunch is a great way of minimising time spent in the kitchen. Since it’s too late for breakfast, it’s best to settle for brunch, which ideally combines some of the lightness of breakfast and the wholesomeness of lunch...