Category: Ramadan Special

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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Chicken Shawarma


Chicken Shawarma is a most popular Middle East Sandwich which is found in almost each and every streets and roads there in Middle East and these days, it’s becoming popular in India as well. It makes a great and simple dinner as well as a loaded evening snack loaded with yummy grilled chicken pieces and veggies with Arabic sauces.
In the restaurants, marinated chicken chunks are mounted on a large rotating skewer and then roasted slowly to perfection against a ...

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Quick Bread Pizza


Made this Bread Pizza on one of those very lazy cooking days for a simple yet rich dinner. It’s a very economical and easier way to suppress your pizza cravings and makes a great kids lunch box too and they would love you more for this truly.

Just apply pizza or pasta sauce generously on bread slices, top with chopped vegetables that you like, sprinkle pizza seasoning or mixed herbs and top it with a slice of cheese...

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Palak Sandwich


Try this quick to make wholesome Sandwich that has its all- good carbs (from wheat bread), dairy protein (from the milk and cheese), iron and potassium from Spinach and low fat corn fibre bursting with good health, plenty of fibre rich which makes it super nutritious and yummy to indulge. Kids to Adults would love this Sandwich as there is absolutely no compromise on the taste...

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Dates Egg Pudding


Presenting the simple, nutritious and yummy Dates Egg Pudding. Quick to make and has high nutrition from the Dates, Milk and Egg. This yummilicious pudding/dessert makes a great filling and nutritious way to break the fast after a long fasting day during this summer. For starting for iftar, dates are high in sugar, protein and also contain potassium, magnesium, iron, fiber, fat and carbohydrates...

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