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  • Rajasthani Gatte ki Sabji
    Shaheen Ali
    Cook time 25 mins

    Rajasthani delicacy made with besan is Gatte ki Sabzi. Cylindrical chickpea dumplings cooked with an exotic and flavorful curry made with curd and other spices often tickles my taste buds. So to rest my native food craving, today I made Gatte ki sabzi and enjoyed it with rice, seasoned curd and some salad.

  • Khatta Dhokla
    Bindiya Sharma
    Cook time 25 mins

    A white coloured dhokla with a sour tang of curd...tasty, low cal and virtually fat free.

  • Pyaaz Ki Kachori
    Preethi Prasad
    Cook time 20 mins

    Pyaaz ki Kachori originated in Jodhpur and was soon popular throughout Rajasthan. This is a very popular morning breakfast in many households in Rajasthan. Steaming hot spicy Pyaz ki Kachori, in circular shape are available in maximum namkeen shops of the state. They are a perfect snack on a rainy day. These days you can find this favored Rajasthani snack dish in almost all the parts of North India. Now this Kachori has also become local snack dish of several regions of Indian Subcontinent.

  • No cheese no oil sprout sandwich
    uzma shouab
    Cook time 30 mins

    Tasty and healthy for all age of group.

  • Egg less Vanilla Tea Cake
    Namita Tiwari
    Cook time 50 mins

    A lovely tea time cake that is butter free, low fat,light and moist and has a great texture.

  • Zero Oil Malvani Chole
    Pavithira Vijay
    Cook time 25 mins

    Chickpeas cooked in Malvani Style coconut based gravy with absolutely no oil.

  • Stuffed kulcha chana
    Sandeep Saini
    Cook time 20 mins

    Kulcha Chana, a Delhi based street food, is quite popular among the people. The spicy and lemony Chana with the butter roasted Kulcha is a famous evening snack among Delhites. The Chana or the masala matar is a semi thick chickpea gravy flavored with a lot of spices like red chili powder, green chili, garam masala etc., which gives it a very spicy taste. Often lemon juice is also added to the Chana to make it more tasteful. The Kulcha is roasted in butter, which totally compliments the Chana. Since now a days most people are in a hurry of everything and don’t even have proper time to eat. So, to easy out their problem, a very innovative way has evolved to serve the Chana Kulcha. The Kulcha is divided into 2 parts and the Chana is spread on one of the sides along with .freshly cut tomatoes and onions. The Stuffed Chana Kulcha is an ideal choice for food on the go and that too so delicious.

  • Homemade Canape Papdi Chaat
    Jyothi Rajesh
    Cook time 50 mins

    With a variety that is unmatched, eating on the streets is a cultural tradition. Having a party or get together, chaats always are welcomed and most liked dish among youngsters and adults. A very exciting and fun way to eat chaat which is loaded with all the healthy ingredients, Canape papdi chaat with sprouts. This canape chaat makes a great inclusion in your late evening “chaat party”. Not just they are easy to handle and pop into mouth, they can also be made ahead and stored. Impress your guests of all ages with this delicious canape papdi chaat.

  • Clear Vegetable Soup
    Deviyani Srivastava
    Cook time 15 mins

    Goodness of vegetables in a bowl. A perfect dinner time recipe if you are trying to lose a few kilos.

  • Bhel Puri
    Bindiya Sharma
    Cook time 15 mins

    This tangy bhel puri is a healthy snack option....it's light, spicy, crispy all rolled in one..