Methi Thepla |  Methi Thepla Recipe For Travel | Gujarati Methi Na Thepla

Methi Thepla | Methi Thepla Recipe For Travel | Gujarati Methi Na Thepla

Methi thepla which is a very popular breakfast recipe in Gujarati cuisine. Theplas are Indian flatbreads made of whole wheat flour, oil and spices. There are many variations to theplas like adding any flour-like chickpeas flour, adding or not adding curds. These theplas are very 

Tawa Idli | Tava Masala Idli | Leftover Idli Upma Recipe

Tawa Idli | Tava Masala Idli | Leftover Idli Upma Recipe

Tawa idli is a tasty recipe made from either leftover idlis or fresh idlis. Tawa idlis can be eaten as is without accompaniment as they have enough spices and butter or oil added. We have made tawa idlis using gunpowder as the main spice. Ingredients: 

How To Make Soft And Puffy Poori | How To Make Poori | Tips For Puri | Poori Recipe

How To Make Soft And Puffy Poori | How To Make Poori | Tips For Puri | Poori Recipe

Poori is Indian unleavened fried bread. The main ingredients that go into poori recipe are whole wheat flour and salt. Poori or Puri is popular all over India although the recipe of poori originates from North India. Since poori is made by so many you may be wondering why another blog and video on how to make poori. The key is tips for puri-making that we have shown. Making pooris is easy but a bit tricky as you can goof and end up with flat pooris or hard pooris or too soft pooris. We have shown how to make perfect pooris with all the secret tips and tricks explained in detail.

Poori Masala | Potato Curry For Poori Restaurant Style | Poori Kizhangu

Poori Masala | Potato Curry For Poori Restaurant Style | Poori Kizhangu

The traditional accompaniment to pooris is potatoes in gravy. This combination is known as poori-kizhangu in Tamil. Kizhangu stands for urulaikizhangu, which in Tamil means potato. This poori and aloo ki sabzi is a popular combination at homes as well as restaurants in South India. 

Hotel sambar without cooked dal | Hotel Sambar Recipe

Hotel sambar without cooked dal | Hotel Sambar Recipe

There are many types of sambar. Hotel Sambar is the sambar that is served with idli, dosa, medu vada, etc in restaurants. There is a slight difference in the sambar served at feasts during marriages, feasts at temples, and sambar served at restaurants. Again restaurants 

Alu Vadi | Maharashtrian Alu Vadi | Gujarati Patra Recipe | Arbi Ke Patte Ke Pakode

Alu Vadi | Maharashtrian Alu Vadi | Gujarati Patra Recipe | Arbi Ke Patte Ke Pakode

Luscious green arbi leaves smeared with a sweet-sour masala, steamed to perfection, cut into coils and fried till crisp – and you have this ravishing traditional Maharashtrian/Gujarati delicacy, alu vadi or patra! This delicious steamed and fried snack from the culinary delights of western India 

Mysore Masala Dosa

Mysore Masala Dosa

Mysore Masala Dosa! Who doesn’t love the restaurant style mysore masala dosa? piping hot crisp dosa with spicy red chutney and yummy potato stuffing is heavenly.

Mumbai Masala Pulao | मसाला पुलाव | Mumbai Style Tawa Pulao

Mumbai Masala Pulao | मसाला पुलाव | Mumbai Style Tawa Pulao

Tawa pulao is avery popular street food in Mumbai. It is spicy and has a unique taste and colour because of pav bhaji masala and addition of red chilli paste and spices.

Garlic and Red Chilli Chutney Recipe| चाट चटनी लहसुन की |  Chutneys For Chaat

Garlic and Red Chilli Chutney Recipe| चाट चटनी लहसुन की | Chutneys For Chaat

Who doesn’t love chaat? The backbone of any good chat is the chutneys for chaat. This garlic and red chilli chutneys an integral part of chaat. It enhaces the taste of chat. It is versatile too and can be added to any gravies or curries or sandwich or had as accompaniment to rotis or rice.