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Winners
  • Broccoli almond soup
    1st Prize
    Cook time 10 mins

    Healthy and light protein rich soup made from broccoli and almonds.

  • Sandwich dhokla
    1st Prize
    Cook time 20 mins

    It's new variation to normal khatta and khaman dhokla as here I'm using both the batters to give a twist and that's why it's called sandwich dhokla!

  • Cone Chaat
    1st prize
    Cook time 25 mins

    Chaat is very famous street food and served in many varieties.Cone chaat is one of the my own way to serve normal chaat in innovative way. Little crispy and tasty too.

  • White Chocolate Lava Cake!
    1st prize
    Cook time 15 mins

    Molten chocolate lava cake is a popular dessert that combines the elements of a chocolate cake and a souffle. Decadent,gooey and chocolaty lava cake is definitely a crowd pleaser both by looks and taste. White chocolate lava oozes out as you first cut into these gorgeous cakes that are drizzled with a coulis like no other. The best thing? It's a foolproof recipe! Bake this and your mates will be crazily impressed.

  • Wheat flour Bhatura
    1st prize
    Cook time 15 mins

    Chola Bhatura is anytime favorite recipe. Here I will explain you Bhatura recipe through Video.

  • moong dal halwa
    1st Prize
    Cook time 25 mins

    An Indian Rajasthani desert made up of moong yellow dal

  • Bangda Fry
    1st Prize
    Cook time 15 mins

    Bangda fish is a fleshy Fish. Favourite of fish lovers My family loves it ! Seasoned with the best home ground fish Masala fried well in shallow hot oil it tastes great with Dal Rice

All Entries
  • Veg Moglai Batora
    Cook time 15 mins

    A super yummy snack or may be severed in the main course.

  • Bangda Fry
    Cook time 15 mins

    Bangda fish is a fleshy Fish. Favourite of fish lovers My family loves it ! Seasoned with the best home ground fish Masala fried well in shallow hot oil it tastes great with Dal Rice

  • Potato fingers with sago papad
    Cook time 15 mins

    Falahari samak flour usage

  • Hakka noodles
    Cook time 15 mins

    chinese cuisine

  • Cornmeal dhokla
    Cook time 15 mins

    Dhokala is a famous gujarati recipe very healthy and and liked by all, age group people. I have used corn meal and gram flour both.

  • FRUIT BHEL
    Cook time 0 mins
  • Chilli Paneer (Semi Dry)
    Cook time 45 mins

    Chilli Paneer is an extremely popular dish. Its basically an indo Chinese fusion cuisine. This can be served as a starter or a side dish.

  • Maggi Veggie Momos
    Cook time 15 mins

    It's very easy momos recipe, stuffed with veggies and maggi noodles! Serve hot! Here I'm using jain maggi masala and have made it as a jain version.

  • Iced Coffee
    Cook time 0 mins

    The Sun is knocking our door now, to beat this unbearable heat we often make some summer cooler at home. Among these cooling refreshments drinks Cold Coffee is very popular.

  • Cheesy Chilla
    Cook time 10 mins

    Healthy easy snacks for every one. Perfect for kids lunchbox and breakfast.

  • Mimosa (Mocktail) Non alcoholic beverage
    Cook time 0 mins

    Its a very refreshing drink u can drink it any time its simplest, drool worthy non alcoholic drink made of fresh/tetra pack juices by adding sugar added aerated drink or you may add soda water/sprinlkler water

  • Maggi fruit cream
    Cook time 10 mins

    Its too easy and yummy

  • Puchkaas/ Crispy Golgape
    Cook time 30 mins

    Puchkaas is crispy puriya which are made from suji and maida and little oil mixture kneading by warm water. We can use in panipuri sevpuri or dahipuri.

  • Roasted potatoes
    Cook time 30 mins

    These roasted potatoes are very crunchy and tasty but needs more time to roast. It is perfect for parties . If we need to empty our basket, then these roasted potatoes is the best recipe.

  • mango smoothie
    Cook time 0 mins

    summer cooler

  • Mixed fruit popsicles
    Cook time 360 mins

    beat the heat with all the goodness of fresh fruits this summer

  • Kancheepuram Idly
    Cook time 10 mins

    As the name suggests this idly originates from the temple town Kancheepuram in Tamil Nadu. Packed with the flavours of jeera, pepper, ginger and curry leaves, Kancheepuram Idly is a nice variation to the usual plain idly. The traditional version involves steaming this idly in bamboo moulds lined with ‘Mandharai Leaves’ that give distinct flavour and taste. In this adapted version, I have used small stainless glasses that are greased with til oil. It is best suited for breakfast or Sunday brunch and also a good lunch box option.

  • Gulab Ka sharbat (Roohafza)
    Cook time 30 mins

    In this extreme season of heat, a glass of Rose Sharbat can help cool down your body and mind. In this time of the year, Rose flower is available in abundance and this is the best time to make Rose sharbat drink.

  • Rose Rasgulla
    Cook time 20 mins

    Rose flavoured paneer balls cooked in sugar syrup

  • Desi Chicken Curry
    Cook time 15 mins

    Here's presenting semi dry Chicken curry done with regular standard Indian aromatics sans the mixer grinder. Instead the age old mortar pestle.

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