Fritters are the most easiest and quick recipe. You can make them anytime, especially when you have unplanned guests visiting your house. Monsoon time is the best time to eat fritters made with any vegetable.
We can make fritters in many ways like cauliflower fritters, potato fritters, brinjal fritters etc. But spinach fritters have its own unique taste. Today we will make Spinach fritters.
Bread Rolls are easy to make and even tastes good. You can make them for your family members on holidays and weekly off's. Bread rolls are considered to be the most preferable snack at home. So lets make Bread Roll today and make your family member's taste bud happy.
What do you make when you feel like having something special for dinner? Personally i like Paneer Tikka very much.
Instead of preparing it in a Tandoor i find it more easy to cook it directly on a Tawa(flat pan). So lets prepare Paneer Tikka on a Tawa.
Kothambir vadi is prepared in various ways but people prefer eating kothambir vadi cooked in steam. Gram flour, coriander leaves and sesame seeds mixture is cooked in steam like that of dhokala and then sliced and fried. This ways kothambir vadi turns out to be more delicious.
Cream Cheese Balls can be served as a starter before you have your meal. You can have it on your holidays or during tea time.
Outside India potato is not used as a filling for Cream Cheese Balls and they are baked instead of frying. Cream Paneer is not easily available in the market, if you are using Chena or normal Paneer as a substitute then blend properly in a mixer or blender to make a fine powder. Grated Paneer does not help in making same sized balls. The potatoes used in Cream Cheese Balls should be small sized . So let us prepare this recipe.
In the event when you make a lot of snacks for your guests, they are usually confused about making a choice. A single Samosa is usually sufficient to provide relief from hunger due to which you are unable to enjoy the other snacks. The solution to this problem is a Mini Samosa.
Moong Dal Mini Samosa is usually less than half the size of a regular Samosa. These can be preserved and eaten for 10-12 days since they are made with roasted Moong Dal. These Samosas can be eaten anytime with Tea. They can also be served to gueses on Holi, Diwali and other parties. Let us now learn to make Moong Dal Mini Samosa.