Suji Potato Pan Cake

Suji potato pan cake is very simple, quick and easy recipe, which can be made at any time. 

Preparation Time ; 10 mins Cooking Time : 1 to 2 min. per pan cake Type- Snacks

Potato – 1 boiled, peeled and mashed Sooji / Rava / Semolina – 1 cup Water – ½ cup or as needed Salt to taste Onions – 3 tblspn finely chopped Carrots – ¼ cup grated Green chilli finally chopped to taste Coriander leaves chopped Ghee or Oil for making pancakes
Take mashed potatoes in a bowl, add water, sooji, salt and mix well. Add in carrots, chilli, coriander leaves and onions. Mix well. Set this batter aside for 10 mins.
Heat oil or ghee in a non stick pan and make mini pancakes. Cook for few minutes on one side. Flip over and cook on other side. Once they are cooked both the sides take them in a plate. Serve hot with ketchup or any type of green chutney.

Kurkuri Bhindi ( crispy Lady finger)

Kurkuri Bhindi (lady finger) is a delicious and easy to make. Kurkuri bhindi (lady finger) issome spicy,and very delicious. The bhindi (okra) is marinated in spices, coated with flour, and then deep fried for a golden brown crunch. Kurkuri bhindi especially serve with chapatti or triangle paratha. Kurkuri bhindi can also be served as a snack.
Preparation time- 15 minutes Cooking time- 20 minutes Serve- 4 Person
§Approx. 250gmbhindi (okra) §Salt to taste §½ tespn cumin seed (jeera) §1 tbspn coriander powder (dhania) §1 tespn red chilipowder §½ tespn amchoor powder §¼ tespn turmeric powder (haldi)

Aloo-Parwal Gravy

I am always very excited to make aloo-parwal gravy, during the season. This authentic dish is prepared in the northeast part of India. It is famous gravy dish of UP and Biahar. It is traditionally cooked with mustard oil and spices, the aroma of mustard oil complements the other flavours of this gravy really good . This mouth watering aloo-parwal gravycan be eaten with Roti, Paratha and rice. 
Preparation Time-10 min.Cooking Time- 20-25 min.Serve- 4 personIngredients8 -10 parwal (patal) 1-2 medium sized diced potatoes ½ cup chopped onion 1 medium size chopped tomato 1 tespn cumin seeds 1-2 bay leaf 1 tbspn coriander powder ½ tsp cummin powder ½ tsp chilli powder or to taste ½ tespn turmeric powder 1 tespn garlic ginger paste 1 tespn garam masala 3 tbsp mustard oil Or any oil salt to taste.
1.Wash the parwal (patal) and scrape them lightly with knife , cut the ends and cut them half horizontally. (Dont peel the skin of parwal (patal) completely otherwise it will become mushy).

Mango Pickle or Aam Ka Achaar

Mango Pickle or Aam Ka Achaar is a tangy and spicy condiment made from raw mangoes that adds an extra taste to the meal. In India most household make a whole year's stock of mango pickle in summers when raw mangoes are available in abundance.Pickle is a necessary side dish in all the Indian meals. Indian Cuisine is very famous for its spicy hot pickles with variety of vegetables. These pickles differ in taste from region to region with unique taste and flavor. Every summer almost all homes are busy in preparing these pickles. Everyone love the north Indian version of mango pickles for their nice flavor and mustard oil taste.

Raw mango 500gm cut into pieces Fennel seeds – 2 tablespoon Fenugreek seeds – 2 tablespoon Nigella seeds or kalonji – 2 teaspoon Red chilli powder – 3-4 tablespoon (can be adjusted as per taste) Turmeric powder – 1 teaspoon Asafoetida – ½ teaspoon Salt – to taste Mustard oil – as required MethodWash the raw mangoes and let the water dry. While selecting the …

Homemade Potato Smiley

The Potato Smiley is an all-time favourite kids’ recipe.This recipe is inspired by Mccins potato smiley. The potato-based dough is shaped into small, flat rounds, with eyes and a smile impressed upon each, using a straw and a spoon. Once deep-fried, they become crisp and golden-brown, attractive in every way. It is very easy to make recipe, you can serve it immediately as demanding your kids.

Prep. Time-40 min.(refrigerator time-30min.) Cooking Time- 20 min. Type- Snacks
2 cups boiled potato grated ¼ cup bread crumbs 2 tbsp corn flour ½ tspn red chilli flaks ½ tspn chilli powder 1 tspn black paper powder ½ cup grated cheese (optional) Salt to taste Oil for deep frying

First, take a large mixing bowl and 2 cups boiled and grated potato.
Further add ¼ cup bread crumbs, 2 tbsp corn flour, ½ tsp chilli flacks, black powder, chilli powder, grated cheese and salt to taste.

Combine all the ingredients well. Add more bread crumbs if required. Mix properly and make a soft non sticky dough.

Moong dal pakaura (fritters)

Moong Dal Vadas are also known as moong dal  pakoras, bhajias or fritters. This is a spicy delicious and very healthy  snack crispy outside and soft inside. Moong dal pakaura is a very popular tasty snack dish, specially for evening snacks with tea.

Prep Time: 25-30 minutes Cooking Time: 10-15 minutes Serve:4 Type- Snacks
1 cup Dhuli moong dal (Split skinless green gram) 2-3 chopped green chilli 1 tspn finally chopped ginger 1 pinch hing 2 tbspn chopped coriander leaves 2 tbspn Rice flour ½ cup finally chopped onions Oil for deep frying

Wash and soak dal in about 3 cup of water for 3-4 hours.
Take soak dal and grind coarsely using very little water.
Add all ingredients to the dal better—chopped onions, chilli, corianders, leaves, hing, ginger and salt to taste.

Mix the better for 1-2 min. properly this will make batter light.
Add the water if needed, batter should be soft. (If better is too thick pakaura will be hard)

Heat the oil in any frying pan on medium flame.
When oil is read…