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Oct 9, 2017

498: Deepavali Recipes- View Full Collection Here

 Deepavali Sweets and Savory

Hello Friends

The festival of lights is back. We are left with just a few more days to welcome the most colourful and joyful festival Deepavali. The main highlights of the festival are the crackers and food.
 I am sharing 40 types of Sweets and savories here.

Checkout the link for Deepavali  Special Recipes which are already there. New Recipes are coming soon ,

So Bookmark this page and try out few snacks and sweets recipes for this year Deepavali 2017 and enjoy with your family and friends.

Here is the compilation of Diwali easy sweets recipes and savoury snacks recipes.

 Maladu Almond Burfi Microwave Thirattipal Almond Burfi Carrot Halwa Coconut Burfi Peanut Urundai Gulab Jamoon Gulab Jamoon with Khoya Shahi Thukda Almond ShirkandSoft MysorepakRasgulla Rava Kesari Kasi Halwa Ashoka Halwa Mullu Thenkuzhal Thenkuzhal Ribbon Pakoda Ribbon Pokada Version 2 Cornflakes Mixture Thattai Puzhengal Arisi Thattai Thattai Version 3 Nippittu/ Rice CrackersPuzhungal Arisi Murukku Karaboondi KaraSev Omapodi Thool Pokada Kodubale Methi Crackers

Oct 1, 2017

497: 35 Best Vegetarian Side Dish Dry Subzis For Rice , Chapatti, Poori.

For those who are and have planned to make side dishes for Rice, Chapatti, Poori, Here are some simple Onion and Garlic free Vegetarian Dry Subzis recipes. The vegetarian Dry Subzis recipe tag page gives you all a list of different types of Vegetarian Dry Subzis recipes including both Indian and International cuisines. Sneak a peek. 

Vegetarian Dry Subzis for Rice , Chapatti, Paratha ect. Here You Go. Click the Link 

Sep 1, 2017

496: Achari Bhindi Masala/ Spicy Ladies Finger Masala

Most people do not like to eat okra or bhindi because it is squishy. However, if you pick the right bhindi recipe, you can have this vegetable in a crispy way.  In this recipe, Bhindi is made with lots of red chillies and tomatoes making it look red hot and spicy, which is how an Indian curry is supposed to look.

Preparation Time  :     10 Minutes
Cooking Time       :     25 Minutes
Cuisine                :     North Indian
Serves                 ;    4


Fresh Bhindi  / Okra ( chopped)              250gms
Tomatoes             (Sliced )                     3 Nos
Green Chilies    ( Slit)                            2 Nos.
Ginger Paste                                        1 Teaspoon
Salt                                                    To Taste

Masala Powders

Red chili  Powder                                  1 Teaspoon
Amchur Powder  / Dry Mango powder    1 Teaspoon
Chat Masala Powder                            ½ Teaspoon
Turmeric Powder                                ¼ Teaspoon
Coriander Powder                               1 Teaspoon   

For Tadka/Seasoning

Oil                                                    2 Tablespoon
Fennel seeds/Sombhu                       1 Teaspoon
Cumin seeds                                     ½ Teaspoon


  • Mix all masala powders. Keep aside.
  • Chop the Bhindi into 1 inch piece and marinate with this masala for 10-15 minutes
  • Heat oil in a pan and season it with fennel seeds, and cumin seeds.
  • Then add the marinated bhindi to the pan. Stir regularly and sauté on low flame for 5-7 minutes.
  • Add the ginger- paste and green chillies  to the pan and blend it in. Cook for 2-3 minutes on low flame.
  • Add the chopped tomatoes and sprinkle salt. Mix it well; cover and cook on low flame for 5 minutes.
  • Your  Achari Bhindi Bhaji is ready to serve.
  •  Acharibhindi masala can be enjoyed with steamed basmati rice or rotis.
  • It is a superb treat for the Bhindi Lovers and vegans!    

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