Easy Chicken Fry | How to Make Chicken Fry

Easy Chicken Fry

Today’s recipe is all about how to make an easy Chicken Fry within 30 mins. That’s all it takes and we were surprised that it was so quick to make. Kids love chicken fry and we keep trying out new combinations and recipes. The ones that get liked by the kids, we end up making […]

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Revithokeftedes | Greek Chickpea Fritters

Revithokeftedes or the Greek Style chickpea fritters is my first dish from the Greek Cuisine. I was eying the Revithosoupa or the Chickpea soup that seems to be quite popular, both in the BM group and in general. I had to give a skip as I didn’t have a couple of ingredients that seem to […]

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Quick and Easy Chicken Fry

Quick and Easy Chicken Fry is just what the name says, this gets done very quickly as we deep fry the chicken. Konda is very fond of dry starters and semi sautes as well, whereas my boys like chicken dishes like the Chicken 65 or Chilly Chicken. If we make any semi saute, they don’t […]

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Pepper Fried Plantain Chips | Pepper Plantain Chips

Plantain Chips or Banana Chips reminds me of my college days. It was last of my teens. We were living in apartments that had about 12 flats. We used to frequently have potluck dinners, together for festivals and a generally lot of social activity that had lasting impressions on a young mind. I am sure […]

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Methi Pakora | How to make Methi Pakoda ~ Party Snacks

Methi Pakoda is a crunchy snack that can be prepared in no time and this version is very crispy and dry without oil. I love pakodas and never really cared if it was deep fried. So it comes as a great pleasure when this pakoda turns out crispy and not oily. The trick is always […]

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Tawa Chilli Paneer | How to make Chilli Paneer on Tawa

Tawa Chilli Paneer is one of those quick snacks you can make when you have homemade paneer ready on hands. We never buy Paneer except when we want to make Paneer Tikkas on skewers. Else its always only homemade and the kids love how soft it tastes. I was supposed to take up Cooking on […]

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Cauliflower Manchurian | Gobi Manchurian

Here’s another way of making Cauliflower Manchurian. Everybody at home loves cauliflower and we try to make it in different ways as possible. While the elders at home are fine with any version, my boys are quite picky and this is one vegetable that they like to eat. They especially love the Manchurian version. Ever since […]

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Mini Fajitas ~ One-Bite Appetizers for Parties

For the final day of BM#54, under One Bite Appetizers, I have a mini version of Fajitas. Well you might question me on how these would be termed as Fajitas. I could have called them Quesadilla, somehow Fajitas stuck and I was not ready to change. I was remembering the mini versions that were served […]

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Paneer Croissants | How to make Paneer Croissant Sticks

For the second day of Bite size Appetizers, I have a Stuffed Paneer Croissants. These are not your flaky buttery croissants, rather yeasted rolls. However these warm rolls are just right to lighten your time, when you are enjoying time party. In spite of blending in the paneer into the dough, I also stuffed it […]

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