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Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Crispy Aloo Tikki/Cutlet Recipe

A very quick and easy cutlet recipe to be enjoyed as evening snacks or for breakfast on a holiday.
Ingredients
4 Medium Boiled Potatoes
5-6 bread pieces
Salt to taste
Red chilli powder to taste
Ginger garlic paste (1 table spoon)
1 teaspoon lemon juice

Mash the potatoes and add the salt, chilli powder, lemon juice and ginger garlic paste. Dip the bread in water and squeeze the water out, repeat the process for other bread pieces. Mix the bread in the potato mixture and make it a tight like dough. Keep it in the fridge for 30 minutes ( you can skip this if potatoes are not freshly boiled)

Make circular shapes on any shapes you like. Keep the size small so that it cooks evenly.

In a deep pan add oil and deep fry it till golden brown. Serve with Mint Chutney and have it with Dhaba Chai.


 Take 3-4 medium sized potatoes 

Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Mars Hot Chocolate

Quick and easy recipe for "Hot Chocolate"

Ingredients:
Mars chocolate bar 53 gms
250 Ml milk

Method:
Put pieces of chocolate in pan. Add milk and then let the mixture simmer for 10 mins, use spatula to melt the chocolate. Keep stirring. Once all the chocolate has melted, pour in glass.

Hot chocolate ready to drink :)


Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Watermelon Cocktail Recipe

Easy to make cocktail at home.

Ingredients
500 gms watermelon
120 Ml white rum
1 teaspoon chaat masala powder
Salt to taste

Add watermelon in a bowl and grinder it with a mixer or blender. Once it has turned into juice strain it with strainer. Add rum, chaat masala and salt. Mix it and keep in fridge or freeze to chill.
Easy cocktail recipe is ready.



Friday, December 2, 2016

Masala Omelette Dhaba Style

Here is a quick and easy Masala Omelette recipe. This recipe is quite easy and can be made by people who don't know how to cook.


Sunday, November 13, 2016

Desi Style Cold Coffee

Easy to make cold coffee at home.

1 Glass Milk
1 tablespoon Coffee
2-3 tablespoon sugar

Put a glass of milk in a shaker or blender. Add coffee and sugar.
Once coffee and sugar are added. Shake well in the shaker or just blend it in the blender for 1 minute.

Add some ice-cubes and pour cold coffee in the glass.
If you have chocolate ice cream add one scoop on top of it to make cold coffee with ice-cream 

Thursday, August 13, 2015

Best Kebabs and Goat Nihari in Melbourne

Well it has been really long since I last updated my blog, this specific post has been on my mind for a very long time. Every time
Goat Biryani

Goat Nihari
I think of this place I end up getting hungry and start eating rather than typing. Well I have finally gathered the courage to to write. This place I am talking about is "Man-O-Salva". It is just next to the Clayton station and that area is full of really nice amazing Indian restaurants. Well Man-O-Salva clearly stands out as the flavour, the smell and taste of the lamb kebabs, goat curry and biryani is simply amazing and it does not make me miss India for food at least. This place is cash only and on a weekend you will have to wait atleast 15-20 minutes to be seated. I had passed through the place many times and the place was full of people. One fine day decided to check the place out, once I entered the place I knew it is the right place, the ambiance was quite simple but I wasn't there for that the smell of the curries and kebabs was enough to judge the place. We had ordered for Kebabs to start with as starters, they were prepared the old traditional way on charcoal giving it that smoky flavour to the minced lamb, it is served with Tandoori Roti (Bread) along with it and some curd. They were melt in mouth kebabs which is what exactly I was looking for in the Kebabs, not like the Kebab Wraps we eat normally in Melbourne. One bite made my travel 10,199 KM within a second, talk about teleportation.
Kebabs
Well it is a tough task to follow for Goat Nihari (Goat Curry) after such amazing kebabs but it did not disappoint, the goat curry was equally good at loads of flavours, the goat was cooked to perfection. Our stomach was full but the heart wanted more and we ended up ordering for a Goat Biryani. The Biryani was also really good, we did not expect the biryani to taste so good after almost eating to our capacity before ordering. The rice were well cooked, the goat pieces were tender and I couldn't find any fault in either of the dishes. So if you guys are in Melbourne and looking for nice Indian kebabs, curry and Biryani then do visit this place. Give me a call if you plan to go, I just need an excuse to visit this place.  

Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Cheese Omelette Sandwich Recipe

This post is for people who have no time to cook breakfast in the morning. Making breakfast in the morning can be a pain specially because you have to sacrifice your precious sleep to eat food. Consequences are that you end up travelling to classes and office empty stomach. Boring lectures and long meetings can really take a toll on you at times. Most of the times your stomach is growling and person sitting next to you can hear it and that can be really funny. So here is a quick and easy breakfast recipe which will hardly take 5 minutes to prepare and will fill up your stomach so that you don't have to wait for lunch time.


Ingredients:
2 bread slices
1 Egg
1 Cheese slice
1/4th teaspoon salt
1/4th teaspoon black pepper
1/4th teaspoon red chili powder

Method:
Heat oil in pan(1/2 teaspoon) once the oil is heated, break the egg and put it in the pan and simmer the gas. Sprinkle salt, pepper and red chili powder on the egg. Once the egg is cooked from one side, carefully remove it from the pan and place the other side to cook. Once both the sides have been cooked. Take it out and place it in between the breads and add a cheese slice also. Now place the sandwich on the pan(you can put gas on high flame) and toast it from both sides. Once it is toasted as per your liking, take it out. Your sandwich is ready.  
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