An ultimate comfort drink to nullify the ailments of stomach and sinus infection…Taste-wise also very comforting…kids also are going to love this when you add in some cooked pasta or noodles…Here I made plain clear soup…This is usually made with chicken bones…but add some chicken mince and you get something to bite when having the soup…Have with toasted bread slices…This is my mom’s recipe where she never used any garam masala… If you want to avoid ghee, can omit adding fried shallots and serve as is. Add the favourite vegetables of your choice to enhance nutritional benefits.
An all time favourite of Tibetans and Nepalis…Now ours also..it is available in every nook and corner at the roadside eateries…This is a real comfort food,,,not much masala..mild flavoured masala…and less oil and on top of that steaming elevates this dish to another level…for those diet watchers the perfect dish with an exotic flavor…You can freak out on the fillings..anything goes well..Here I used veg paneer combo..
The crispy crunchy sweet made of maida…this sweet we usually used to make at home and store so when guests come suddenly without warning we could proudly present our homemade sweet dish…Those days getting instant snacks from close-by shops was difficult, as mostly shops will not keep snacks much unlike now..Nothing to beat this delicacy…and always fresh and crispy..
An awesome combination to have with parathas or even any flavoured rice…Benefits of paneer (Indian Cottage Cheese) and palak ( spinach) are umpteen…Paneer a good source of protein and calcium…Palak, energy packed green leafy vegetable..full of vitamin and minerals…With paneer they compliment each other…Taste also becomes something that you love so much…Here I used the mild masala and was good..
Today’s dinner…sandwich with leftover chicken…whenever we make chicken or meat we end up having the gravy, leaving the meat behind…We can’t throw away the meat…Then end up making chicken stuffed paratha or sandwich..That is how this happened..Bread or paratha when stuffed with meat tastes even great and becomes soft. So, no regrets about wasting the meat…Here I used wheat bread for the sandwich..
The crispy, crunchy, spicy dal vada…Who will say no to Parippu Vada??…We usually used to have this in college canteen hot and crispy…That time this was one of the numbered available snacks you get in college canteen…We never were dissatisfied.. In fact all were happy to get this crunchy, spicy hot snack everyday..You never get bored with the dish…Apt for a cold rainy day..a perfect evening snack or a breakfast dish… This dish I have posted before.. since the taste is overwhelming thought of posting again…
A one-pot meal that we all love..As I said before, in Malabar you get the tastiest biryani…We make it mild with just enough spiciness..meat, egg or vegetables can be used..but meat biryani is the all time favourite of people..Since I did not want to make rice and different side dishes to go with rice, eggs came in handy…then the idea of making egg biryani struck me…the masala gives the authentic biryani flavour whether it is veg, meat or egg…This is always a hit…Have it with raitha and any side dish of your choice..
Paneer or Indian Cottage Cheese is an excellent substitute for meat…a boon to vegetarians..Taste wise also it is exotic…Goes well with any veggies…compliment each other augmenting the taste….A good party starter…Here I used paneer with aloo and cheese to make it more delicious… You can add any vegetables, there is no limit, it is your choice and make this into a wholesome snack.
Juicy spicy chicken legs not deep fried, but stir fried to reduce oil, at the same time without compromising on taste..A tasty side dish to go with rice or any Indian roties.
An irresistible combination..An authentic Malabar dish… loved by all..Even though some of us moved out of Gods Own Country we still love and cherish our authentic dishes…The rare combination of coconut oil and coconut make these dishes lip smacking…mouthwatering..