Chutneys are MAJOR elements of Indian food. Nowadays restaurants such as “chutneys Indian restaurant” are named after these mouthwatering chutney recipes. It is easy and quick to make. It stays fresh for a week and if you refrigerate(frozen) it in a airtight container then it stays fresh for weeks. You can serve this green chutney (Hari chutney) with Chaat, Khaman, Patra, dahiwadi, Batatawada, Beetroot paratha, ragda patties etc. Green chutney can be served as spread, dip and condiment. I have included various variation in the green chutney with coriander (cilantro), mint and tomatoes. [Read more…]
Easy recipes cilantro-Green chutney with coriander and peanuts: Make all types of green chutneys with this guide
Our classic sweet tamarind (imli) chutney takes too much time to cook but this recipe with apple sauce will take only 3 minutes and even you don’t need to cook. Basically sweet tamarind chutney or sweet sauce can be served with all chaats such as Pani Puri, Aloo Bonda (Batata Vada), Bhel, Ragda Patties, Papdi chaat, Samosa etc. I always keep this chutney in my freeze for the instant use because chaat , Indian Fast Food dishes are my all time favorite snacks.
Yesterday, I’d leftover rice and in evening I made delicious rice muthia. You can have it as a snack/appetizer/dinner/Side-dish. It can be served with green chutney or tomato catch-up and of coerce tea is the best combination with it. [Read more…]
Patras ((Patarveliya) are rolled and steamed leaves of the Taro leaves (Arbi patta) coated with chick pea flour, spices,sugar and lemon. This leaves are known as Colocasia, large leaves. Gujarati people used it in patra recipe while in Andhra cuisine, it is used in Pulusu. In Gujarat it is known as Patarveliya while in Maharastra Alu wadi, and in Karnataka it is called as pathrode
Collard greens is an alternative for Arbi patta/Colocasia as In US, it is hard to get Taro leaves but you can easily find Collard greens in the American and Chinese grocery store. So my today’s recipe is Patra or Patra bajia from Collard Greens. [Read more…]
Batatavada is a famous Gujarati/Maharastrian Chaat dish. In South India it is known as a aloo bonda. Batatavada is a deep fried spicy potato mix balls and usually serve with green and sweet chutneys.Here, is an easy and quick home made recipes for Batata vada
You can put this vada in a Pav(Bread loaf) with Garlic chutney in it and it will become a World famous mumbai’s “VadaPav”. It is a very easy to make with your desired variations of Potato stuffing. Make boiled potato ready to cook faster.
Make your Dahiwadi (Khandvi, Suralichi Wadi) in 8 minutes. Here is a step by step guide to make instant khandvi(Chickpea flour roll with hot and sour taste). Dahivadi or Khandvi is a Gujarati Snack dish while in Maharastra it is known as a Suralichi Wadi. So let’s start with Ingredients. [Read more…]
Pavbhaji is a popular Indian Street fast food. Pav means Bun(loaf of bread) and bhaji means mixed vegetable with spices. Main ingredient of bhaji is Potato or raw banana for jain people but here on yahooallinone, I will share my own delicious recipe without potato, raw banana etc. [Read more…]
Ragda patties is a chaat (snack) recipe but I eat as a meal. Ragda means Dried peas(white or green) curry cooked with spices and Patties means a flat salty cake of chopped potato or other veges( you can add spice too).
So “Ragda patties is baked patties covered with dried peas curry and garnish with tangy sweet chutney (sauce)/tamarind chutney, cilantro (dhania) chopped onion and nylon sev. Yummy huh!!! Let’s starts with ingredients.
Panipuri is a yummy fast food but making puri is challenging . I make 300 puries just in two hours; So here is a secret of making Panipuri’s puri faster and easier. You can use tortilla maker to roll the puris [Read more…]