Pudina (Mint) Chutney

  This chutney has the aromatic freshness of mint combined with the earthiness of the coriander leaves. This chutney can be Served  along with any  indian appetizers like tikkas and kebabs or can be used to prepare our favourite sandwiches or chats.  Ingredients: 1 cup chopped Pudina (mint leaves) 2 cups chopped dhania (coriander leaves)Continue reading “Pudina (Mint) Chutney”

Khajur Imli Chutney

This sweet and sour chutney is an essential accompaniment to most chaats, this chutney can be stored refrigerated for upto a month and deep frozen for more than 6 months. Ingredients 2 cups Khajur(dates) seedless.   1/4 cup Imli (tamarind)  deseeded.   1 cup grated Gur (Jaggery).   2 tsp chilli powder.   1 tspContinue reading “Khajur Imli Chutney”

Hummus with Pita chips

Hummus is a Middle Eastern and Arabic food dip or spread made from cooked, mashed chickpeas blended with tahini, olive oil, lemon juice, salt and garlic.It is a very popular dish in Middle east.Hummus is high in iron and vitamin C .As an appetizer and dip, hummus is scooped with flatbread, such as pita. ItContinue reading “Hummus with Pita chips”

Mixed Vegetable Raita

  The raita is a simple recipe with many variations and can become spicy,plain, sweet or savory. Curd is the main ingredient here,traditionally curd to mix-ins ratio is 2:1,so if we are using 2 cups curd,we will add a cup of mix-ins which can include mixed vegetables, boondi, fruits (like pineapple,pomegranate) or mint. Most commonContinue reading “Mixed Vegetable Raita”

Sweet Corn Raita

The raita is a simple recipe that has so many variations and can become spicy or plain, sweet or savory. Curd is the main ingredient here,traditionally curd to mix-ins ratio is 2:1,so if we are using 2 cups curd,we will add a cup of mix-ins which can include mixed vegetables, boondi, fruits (like pineapple,pomegranate) orContinue reading “Sweet Corn Raita”

Carrot Raita

The raita is a simple recipe with many variations and can become spicy,plain, sweet or savory. Curd is the main ingredient here,traditionally curd to mix-ins ratio is 2:1,so if we are using 2 cups curd,we will add a cup of mix-ins which can include mixed vegetables, boondi, fruits (like pineapple,pomegranate) or mint. Most common spicesContinue reading “Carrot Raita”

Boondi Raita

The raita is a simple recipe with many variations and can become spicy,plain, sweet or savory. Curd is the main ingredient here,traditionally curd to mix-ins ratio is 2:1,so if we are using 2 cups curd,we will add a cup of mix-ins which can include mixed vegetables, boondi, fruits (like pineapple,pomegranate) or mint. Most common spicesContinue reading “Boondi Raita”

Onion Raita

Ingredients: 2 cup Curds. 1 cup  Finely sliced Onions 1 tbsp chopped Corriander leaves. 1/2 tsp Sugar. 1/4 tsp roasted Jeera powder. Pinch of Black pepper powder. 1/8 tsp Chat masala. Method: Deskin and finely slice Onions. In a bowl mix together curds,salt,sugar,pepper powder,chat masala and roasted jeera powder. Whisk till smooth,add sliced onions andContinue reading “Onion Raita”