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Bathua ka saag

Bathua ka saag is a popular dish of eastern UP. It is very delicious, healthyand easy to make recipe specially in winter. We always makeBahuta Paratha, bathua raita , bathua aloo and bathua Puri Bathua is rich in iron and calcium and if you get a recipe that is low on fat and tasty too. You can use this saag like a dip, but it is not chutney, though it is made like one.

Preparation time- 5 min.
Cooking Time- 10 min.
Serving- 2 person

1bunch bathua 2-3 chopped green chilli 2-3 chopped garlic cloves 1 tespn chopped ginger 1 pinch turmeric powder 1 tespn zeera 1 tespn oil (mustard) Salt to taste

Clean bathua leaves and wash them in the running water. 
Take a deep pan, add enough water and add bathua leaves. Boil for some 10 minutes or microwave for 5 min.
I always prefer blanch in microwave to avoid any bathua juice waste.

After boiling Place them in a blender jar and grind to make a fine paste.

Roughly chop green chillies and garlic- ginger, keep aside.
Take a pan or kadhai, add m…

Til (sesame seed) ke ladoo

Til Ladoo is prepared to celebrate Lohri and Makar Sankranti festivals. It is a delicate, traditional winter sweet, made with roasted sesame seeds, jaggery (gur) and peanuts. This is a perfect warming sweetin winters, and very popular in winter month as sesame is thought to have heating properties.

Preparation Time- 10 min. Cooking Time- 10 min.
Types- Sweets

1 cup til (sesame)¼ cup Peanuts½ cupgur (jaggery)¾ cupwater1 pinch Cardemom powder( optional)1 tespn deshi gheeOil for greasing palm
Heat a kadai or pan and add 1 cup sesame seeds in it. The pan should not be too hot, but on a low heat. On a low flame roast the sesame seeds. stir at regularly. The sesame seeds pop and change colour. On a low flame this takes about 2- 3 minutes.

Biscuit Fritters

Biscuit FrittersBiscuit Fritters is a delicious Indian recipe served as a Snacks. It’s very simple recipe. Ready in just 10-15 min. I have already post biscuit sandwitch pakaure.

Cooking Time- 10 min.
Preparation time-5 min. Served- 4 person Type- Snack
Ingredients·12 pieces – any salty biscuits (Monaco or Time Pass) ·100 gm - fine besan ·1 tespn chilli powder ·1 tespn chat masala ·Chopped coriander leaves ·oil for deep fry ·salt to taste Method-

Rice flour poori...

Chawal ke aate ki poori

Chawal ke aate ki Poori or rice flour Poori is a very tasty and delicious dish which is enjoyed by the family members. This makes it easy to cook. This amazing and mouth watering Chawal ke aate ki Poori takes only 10 min for Cooking and for the preparation takes 20-30 min. When you want to prepare something very tasty and delicious for Sunday or any special day then Chawal ke aate ki Poori is a best option for you. The flavor of Chawal ke aate ki Poori is palatable and you will enjoy each and every bite of this. Try this Chawal ke aate ki Poori and make happy your family and loved one.

Preparation time-10 min. Rest time- 20 min. Cooking Time- 10 min. Serve- 4 person

·Rice flour – 2 cup ·Oil – 1 tbsp ·Carom seed ·Salt  to taste ·Coriander leaves chopped ·

Biscuit Sand-witch Pakaura

Biscuit sand-witch pakaura is  tea time recipe. We can serve this is as a starter also.  Biscuit sandwich pakaura is a very delicious recipe to treat your family and friends. Its all time kids favorite. I have prepared always for my son in evening snacks. He is  love to take in their school lunch box, and I am sure this dish help you in packing your kids lunch box also. It is very simple and easy to make recipe. It can be prepared within 10-15 min.

Preparation time-10 min.

Cooking time- 10 min. Type- Snacks
Ingredients- For the filling-1 Packet Monaco Biscuit or any salty biscuit2 medium size boiled and mashed potatoes1 tespn green chilli, finely chopped2 tbspn finely chopped coriander leaves1 tespn Ginger-Garlic Paste (optional)1 tespn Jeera powder (roasted)
1 tespn chat masala
Salt to taste For better-
3-4 tbspn corn flour or besan or maida 1/4 tspn red chili powder 1 pinch black pepper powder water salt Oil for frying
Peel the boiled potatoes. Mash the potatoes when they are still warm.