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Winners
  • Jantikullu
    1st Prize
    Cook time 45 mins

    A popular savory snack from South India. My sisters signature dish In her words An extremely easy and ready to make snack with readily available flours at home. Shapes are free flowing and hardly requires much time to prepare. Recommended for Beginners.

  • Kolkata Style Fish Fry
    1st Prize
    Cook time 20 mins

    Fish fillet marinated in a spicy marinade then coated in breadcrumbs and deep fried to perfection

  • Quinoa and Almond Patties
    1st Prize
    Cook time 10 mins

    I am so much in love with nuts and basil that I incorporate them in almost everything, be it smoothie, chicken, patties, yogurt,salads. The list is endless. The benefits of nuts and quinoa are not unknown. I love the nutty and brilliant flavor they impart to the dishes.

  • Apple RoseJalebi
    1st Prize
    Cook time 20 mins

    Rose + apple + cardamom in a jalebi

  • Bacon Wrapped Prawns
    Wild Card
    Cook time 10 mins

    This surf and turf dish sounds as if it is off a restaurant menu , but is ridiculously simple to make at home . My version is a basic masaledar one. This is a"*fry without oil" dish as the bacon fat does the magic for you. My version is an simple masaledaar one - a perfect party appetiser!

  • Badami ( almond) Tofu Cream Kebab
    Wild Card
    Cook time 10 mins

    It is a healthy dish . It is not overly spicy. I made a few changes in the regular recipe and made the healthier version

  • Lebanese tawa fried fish with mutabbal
    Wild Card
    Cook time 15 mins

    A wholesome meal packed with nutrition very close to Indian taste.

  • Quinoa Chakli/ Quinoa Murukku
    Wild Card
    Cook time 20 mins

    I have been experimenting different recipes with quinoa and one of my recent trials is this crunchy munchy murukku. If you are searching for a different murukku I am sure this post will definitely help you to make your savoury snacks for any occasion. I have prepared quinoa flour myself at home after dry roasting those grains and grinding them. This homemade quinoa flour makes excellent crunchy and dangerously addictive murukku.

  • Beetroot Chips
    Wild Card
    Cook time 18 mins

    Let me introduce you to the Awesomest Healthy Chips, something that you can gobble every single day – Beetroot Chips. All thanks to my Airfyer that contributes to making my life easier and healthier.

  • Chakri Samosa
    Wild Card
    Cook time 30 mins

    Spicy, crunchy, samosa bites

  • Bonda Soup
    Wild Card
    Cook time 20 mins

    I am a hard-core fan of “Bonda Soup”. It is very soothing to have in winter evenings. Usually this is an after lunch snack at most of the Darshini’s in Bangalore. Bonda soup is nothing but Fried Black gram dal fritters or uddina vada which is soaked in Ginger and pepper flavoured dal.

All Entries
  • Broad Beans (Samefali) Stuffed Pakoda
    Cook time 20 mins

    Just an experiment for kids

  • Fried Ice-cream With Chocolate Topping
    Cook time 5 mins

    It is different and yummy

  • Schezwan Mozarella Sticks
    Cook time 2 mins

    Spicy touch to mozzarella cheese. These are absolutely flavourful and delicious. My own recipe .

  • Chinese Bread Pakoda
    Cook time 10 mins

    Pan fry bread pakoda, my new innovation inspired by my kid.

  • Mutton And Cheese Patty Chettinad Style
    Cook time 20 mins

    Leftover Mutton Kothu Kari which is a dry mutton mince preparation, comes together with cheese to make these patties.

  • Paal Boli
    Cook time 30 mins

    Puris soaked in reduced sweet milk

  • Fried Chocolate and Orange Cream Cookies
    Cook time 2 mins

    In this winter enjoy fried cream cookies with Icecream or hot chocolate syrup.

  • Gujarati Dal Vada
    Cook time 30 mins

    Dal Vada, as the moong dal fritters are called, is one of the most popular street foods in Gujarat; to the extent that each place will have its own variant. I am sharing my favourite version, the Dal Vadas as they make it in Ahmedabad. Gujarati dal vada is a delicious and famous dish of Gujarati cuisine. Gujarati cuisine is the cuisine of the state Gujarat which is primarily a vegetarian state due to the influence of Jain vegetarianism. Gujarati cuisine is influenced from North Gujarat, Kathiawad, Kachchh and Surat. Dal vada is one of the most popular street foods of Gujarat. Gujarati dal vada is amazing in taste, they are crispy from outside and soft from inside. You can serve it as a tea time snack. Gujarati dal vada is an easy and quick recipe. You can easily prepare it at your home. From the better butter recipes you can easily know how to make Gujarati dal vada at your home. Drain the soaked dal, add ginger and green chilies and grind them by using little water. Add the chopped garlic, salt and cumin to it and mix them well. Drop the dumplings of the batter into hot oil and deep fry on the medium flame till they turns to golden color. You can impress your guests by serving this Gujarati dal vada with green chutney or tomato sauce.

  • Grilled Fish
    Cook time 10 mins

    Grilled fish is nice and juicy. It is delicious. A heathier option for those who are calorie conscious

  • Banana Cheese Balls In Airfryer
    Cook time 20 mins

    Different type of snacks healthy and too yummy too

  • Fish Nuggets
    Cook time 20 mins

    This is an amazing recipe. Nutritious and super yummy. This is one starter that is a sure hit. It graces the menu of most of the wedding parties and other occasions. Fish nuggets have indeed come a long way.

  • PANEER PAKORA WITH MINT FILLING
    Cook time 10 mins

    These crispy buckwheat flour pakoras are best for fast days

  • Pan Fish Fry(Tawa fish fry)
    Cook time 20 mins

    Fish fry is simply the best as a side dish or even as a starter. You can also use small fish fillet and deep fry or shallow fry to make a finger food which is a great choice for party. Pan fried Fish fry consumes minimal oil but still has a crunchy crust and tastes delicious.

  • Beetroot Cheese Balls
    Cook time 8 mins

    Healthy and yummy recipe. Best way to feed kids beetroot, these cheesy beetroot balls are made in appe pan .They are crisp and yummy

  • Pan Grilled Chicken Tangdi....
    Cook time 30 mins

    Mouthwatering and lipsmackingly beautiful pan grilled chicken tangdi. Perfect for a dinner party when the temperature outside drops and makes you crave for something hot and delicious.

  • Chicken Patiala
    Cook time 30 mins

    This is an authentic Punjabi chicken dish That is delicious with a unique taste. It is a mildly spicy dish with all Indian spices and a creamy texture that comes from cashew paste.

  • Double Ka Meetha
    Cook time 40 mins

    Double ka meetha is a most popular traditional dessert of Hyderabad. This dessert is a type of bread pudding where the deep fried slices of bread soaked in sugar syrup, then garnished with cardamom flavored rabri along with some chopped nuts. The name 'double ka meetha' derives from the term 'double roti' because the fried bread slices swell up to almost double after soaking. The double ka meetha recipe is much similar to the very rich 'sahi tukda' recipe. On Ramdan, Eid this recipe is a must-one to be prepared. Authentically the recipe is made by deep frying the bread slices in ghee; but the breads can be shallow fried or baked. So just go through the step by step method of preparation as mentioned below of the famous Hyderabadi sweet double ka meetha.

  • Fish Kabiraji
    Cook time 20 mins

    Fish Kabiraji is a popular snack of West Bengal.It is a fish cutlet where fish is fried and wrapped in a lacy egg net.

  • Chicken Nuggets
    Cook time 7 mins

    Chicken Nuggets are favorite food of kids and adults. Make nuggets with a new recipe and add a burst of flavor to this snack. Green chilies are used to develop a taste in Chicken Nuggets. Once you make, it is definitely on top of the chart attracting every one.

  • Garlic Egg Pickle
    Cook time 15 mins

    This egg pickle is a South Indian dish . An accompaniment, that goes well with rice and rotis.

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