Craving for a dessert, but worried some sweets take long time to get prepare? There are times when some ingredients to prepare a sweet are not available at home. This happens every time with me. And the thought of preparing a sweet scares me as I have to stand in front of the stove for long time, and in summer it becomes unbearable. So I opt for sweets which get prepared in a jiffy or take comparatively less time and also those whose ingredients are always available in my kitchen.
Rava ladoo or rave unde is one such option with basic ingredients such as semolina or rava, sugar, milk and dry coconut. It gets prepared in less than 15 mins, so you can prepare this when you have guests at home or as as prasad also. There are various methods to prepare, this method is very simple and the one which I usually prepare at home. Lets check the recipe.
You can call it as chat or salad, this snack is loaded with the nutrition of black chickpeas and other vegetables. Gets ready in a jiffy if you have boiled chickpeas and can be a good option for an evening snack.
A typical South Indian side dish which goes very well with rasam rice and chapati. Easy to prepare with less number of ingredients available at home and with all the health benefits of beetroot, which makes it a super nutritional food from small kids to adults.
Do you want to prepare naan at home but think you can’t, as you don’t have tandoor at home?
Don’t worry it is very easy to prepare naan at home without tandoor using iron tawa. Naan is a Indian bread prepared using all purpose flour which goes very well with all the sabji’s.
Now my slight twist to the recipe is naan prepared using wheat flour and all purpose flour which is also called as wheat naan without tandoor.
This is my first post on mangoes in this mango season. Seekarne is a delicious dish prepared using mangoes in karnataka during mango season.
It is prepared in every household and can be relished with poori, chapathi, roti.
Seekarne is traditionally prepared with mangoes, milk and sugar.
I have given a slight twist to this recipe.
Paratha’s are everyone’s favourite either it is aloo, gobhi or paneer. Hot paratha with a dallop of butter and curd, yesss isn’t it mouth watering. These parathas can be relished for breakfast, lunch or dinner.