Chicken Balls, a delicious Tea time Snack

Ingredients Boneless, skinless chicken boiled 500 grams Potatoes boiled and mashed 2 large green chillies finely chopped 2 nos Coriander leaves chopped 2 tablespoons chilli powder 1/2 teaspoon Pepper powder 1/2 teaspoon Coriander powder 1 teaspoon Garam masala 1 teaspoon Lemon juice/ vinegar 1 teaspoon Bread crumbs 1/2 cup Egg 1 nos Corn flour 1 tablespoon Salt to taste Oil to fry Preparation Cut the chicken into small pieces and boil the chicken pieces adding salt and pepper and when cooked allow it to cool down. Chop the cooked chicken using a mixer grinder or food processor. Heat one tablespoon … Continue reading Chicken Balls, a delicious Tea time Snack

Kiwi Bread spread without Sugar

Ingredients Kiwi 500 gram Pears 500 gram Vanilla beans 1 nos Lemon juice 2 tablespoon Honey 5 tablespoons Salt a pinch Preparation Remove the skin from the kiwi fruits and cut them inot small pieces. Wash peel and cut the pears into small pieces. Carefully remove the seeds. Split the vanilla beans and scrap out the pulp. Extract the lemon juice. Grind all the ingredients together using a mixer grinder and serve cool. Continue reading Kiwi Bread spread without Sugar

Coffee Banana Smoothie

 Ingredients Banana 1 nos Cocoa powder 1 tablespoon Honey 1 Tablespoon Coffee 1 glass Milk 100 ml Preparation Make coffee adding 1 glass water and any of the instant coffee powders of your likening such as brooke bond or the like. Place the coffee in the freezer for one to two hours.  Use a plastic  glass or container for the freezer.  Glass containers may break in the freezer as the coffee turns ice. Now add all the ingredients to a mixer grinder and mix them to a fine smoothie. Serve cold. Continue reading Coffee Banana Smoothie

Egg Curry with Shrimps 

Egg Curry with Shrimps  Because it does not require a large number of ingredients to cook, egg curry is a meal that you can make for your family and friends at any time of the year, regardless of the season. The following recipe is for a non-vegetarian version of egg curry that includes shrimp. It is a delicious meal that you can eat with a simple chapati or even steamed rice! Cooked with shrimp, coconut milk, onions, tomatoes, tamarind paste, hard-boiled eggs, and a variety of spices, Shrimp and Egg Curry is a simple recipe for a main course that … Continue reading Egg Curry with Shrimps 

Papaya Fry Curry.

Papaya Fry Curry Ingredients Unripe papaya (peeled and sliced in long stripes) 500 gram Onion finely chopped a small one. Garlic finely chopped 1 tablespoon. Oil 1 Tablespoon Mustard seeds 1/4 teaspoon. Curry leaves 1 sprig. Chilli powder 1/4 teaspoon. Salt to taste. Preparation Peel and cut the papaya and remove the seeds. Slice the papaya flesh into long stripes. Wash the papaya stripes in cold water. Heat oil in a pan, add mustard seeds and allow to pop. Add shallots, garlic and fry till they reach golden brown. Add curry leaves, chilli powder, salt and papaya stripes and cook … Continue reading Papaya Fry Curry.


Chapati is a low fat flat bread made up of wheat flour.  In north India it is the main food item of the common man.  They use it from breakfast over to supper.  It is served with a wide variety of vegetables as well as non-veg curries. Ingredients Whole wheat flour 250 gram All purpose flour 250 gram Luke warm water as needed (200 ml) Vegetable oil 2 tablespoon Salt to taste Preparation Mix flour and salt in a vessel. Add vegetable oil, water and mix well into a smooth dough. Knead the dough until it becomes soft. Make small … Continue reading Chapati

Aloo Kachaloo Chat

Aloo Kachaloo Chat Aloo kachaloo is an easy to make spicy north indian  dish of which potatoe forms the main ingredient. Ingredients  Potatoes boiled 750 gram Tamarind chutney Green chutney Sev mixture 100 gram Preparation Slice the boiled potatoes into pieces of even thickness and arrange in a plate. Sprinkle tamarind chutney evenly over the potatoes. Put the green chutney on top of it. Garnish wit mixture and coriander leaves and serve hot. How to make Tamarind chutney. How to make green chutney. Continue reading Aloo Kachaloo Chat

Idli Soft and Fluffy

Idlis are a special preparation using fermented lentils and rice batter. A very popular food item in south India it is supposed to be very healthy. Ingredients Rice 1 cup Black gram (urad dal) 1/2 cup Boiled rice 2 tablespoons Salt 1/2 teaspoon Preparation Wash and rinse the black gram in a bowl and allow them to soak in water overnight. Wash and rinse the rice and soak it in water overnight or at least 8 hours. After 8 hours drain the water from both rice and black gram. Add the soaked black gram along with the boiled rice and … Continue reading Idli Soft and Fluffy

Garlic Chutney with Yogurt

Garlic Chutney with Yogurt Ingredients Garlic 15 cloves Red chilli powder 1 teaspoon Ginger a small piece Vinegar 2 tablespoon Yogurt 2 tablespoon Oil 2 tablespoon Curry leaves 1 sprig Mustard seeds 1 teaspoon Water as needed Salt to taste Asafoetida a pinch/as per taste Preparation Heat oil in a pan and fry garlic cloves till golden brown. Take off from oil and keep aside. Add the garlic cloves, chilli powder, ginger, yogurt, salt and vinegar and make a fine paste of it. Heat the res of the oil in a pan, add mustard seeds and allow them to splutter. … Continue reading Garlic Chutney with Yogurt