Category: Indian Traditional Cuisine


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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Aloo Tikki

aloo tikki

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...

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Peanut Chutney


This is a very healthy alternative to the regular coconut chutneys and your heart will go nuts when you know the health benefits of these wonderful peanuts.

To lower your risk of cardiovascular and coronary heart disease and colon cancer, enjoy a handful of peanuts or other nuts at least 4 times a week. Peanuts are also good for weight loss and they prevent formation of gallstones too....

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Oats Dosa

Oats Dosa

A healthy alternative to our regular dosa and something even your kids would love to take oats in this form instead of the regular porridge. Also this dosa comes handy when you run out of regular dosa batter and at times when you need to prepare tiffin in a jiffy.

This instant dosa also makes a quick and a healthy lunch box for your kids or a quick healthy snack after school:-) Serve with any chutney of your choice.

Oats Dosa


1 cup Instant Oats
1/4 cup Sooji

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Chicken Cutlet


Chicken Cutlet is nothing but a shallow or deep fried patties that can be prepared with vegetables or meat or fish or any fillings of your choice. They are often served as a tea time snack or at kitty tea parties. The cutlets also makes a great and a filling lunch box dish for your kids when placed between 2 slices of bread or bun :-)

The patties can be made well in advance and stored in fridge even upto 2 weeks or more in freezer but me being a person who doesn...

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