Matar chole recipe

Matar chole is a very good side dish for chapatis, rotis or naans. When green peas and white chickpeas are cooked alongwith spices, it gives a unique taste to the dish. You can also use normal dry peas instead of green peas for this recipe. Matar chole is quick and easy to make too once the boiled chick peas and peas are ready. Do try this recipe and enjoy with hot rotis or naans.

Banana sheera recipe

Banana sheera is a very popular and delicious sweet dish prepared with semolina, sugar, bananas and milk and garnished with fried nuts. Bananas when added to sheera gives a rice and sweet flavor. It is usually served as prasad or as an offering to God during Satyanarayana pooja.

Pakora kadhi recipe

Pakora kadhi is a spicy dish which is prepared with a thick gravy based on bengal gram or besan and pakoras to which sour yoghurt is added to it to give a little sour taste. It is best served with steamed rice. I have prepared this kadhi in South Indian style by adding coconut. Instead of pakoras, you can also add boiled white pumpkin pieces which tastes good.. But pakora kadhi has a unique and delicious taste with pakora submerged in kadhi and goes well with rice.

Beetroot stir-fry recipe

Beetroot is a simple and quick stir-fry recipe which is a good accompaniment for rice. Beetroot is low in fat and full of vitamins and minerals. It is a natural blood purifier. It is also rich in fibre and helps to lower cholesterol levels too. So try this simple stir fry recipe and include it in your daily diet..

Moongdal coconut kheer recipe

Moong dal coconut kheer recipe is a very delicious dessert prepared with moong dal, milk, jaggery and coconut and garnished with cashewnuts and raisins. You can also use coconut milk to give a richer and creamier taste to the kheer. The moong dal is boiled and then cooked with milk and sweetened with jaggery. Moongdal coconut kheer is ideal for any special or festive occasions. This kheer is not only simple to make but tastes divine too when served either warm or cold. Do try this recipe for any festivals and enjoy!!

Matar (green peas) paratha recipe

Green peas paratha is a very healthy and filling breakfast recipe made with green peas, green chillies and spices. It has a unique taste and is very easy to make too. Here is the step wise pictures of making green peas paratha.

Butter murukku – Diwali festival recipe

Butter murukku is a very easy and quick to make snack recipe made with rice flour, besan and fried gram dal powder. It is also a traditional Indian snack prepared especially during festivals like Diwali and Krishna Jayanthi. Do try this simple and delicious snack and enjoy it as a tea time or any time snack.

Uppu seedai or cheedai recipe

Uppu cheedai or seedai is a very traditional and common snack made during Krishna Jayanthi festival also called as Gokulashtami or Janmashtami and offered as naivedyam or prasad to Lord Krishna. Cheedai is made in both salt and sweet versions. Uppu cheedai means salted crispy rice marbles.

Coconut ladoo or laddu recipe – diwali sweet recipe

Coconut ladoos are a rich sweet dessert made from freshly grated coconut, sugar and milk. It is very easy to make and can also be stored for upto a week in refrigerator. Coconut ladoos are made with very few ingredients and can be made quickly for any festive or special occasions. Do try this recipe and enjoy.

Spicy shakarpara or shankarpali recipe – easy diwali sweet recipe

Spicy shakarpara or shankarpali is a very delicious and flavourful snack perfect for tea time. It is a popular snack in Maharashtra and Gujarat and traditionally enjoyed as a treat during Diwali. Spicy diamond pieces or shankarpalli is rich in carbohydrates and has a long shelf life. Do try this spicy snack and enjoy during tea time.