Besan Dhokla is very tasty to eat, very less oil is used while preparing it as it cooks in steam. If you are avoiding oily food then do try this recipe. You can also send Besan Dhokla in lunch boxes for the kids.
Dhokla is prepared in many ways, like Besan Dhokla, Rawa Dhokla, Sour Dhokla, Paneer Dhokla, Jhatpat Dhokla. We have made Rawa Dhokla and Jhatpat Dhokla earlier so today we will make Besan Dhokla.
Bajra (Pearl Millet) is used to make Mehri, Khichdi, Bhaat (rice) and many other tasty foods. Hot Bajra chapati is much more tempting than wheat flour chapati. But use of Bajra has reduced nowadays.
Bajra Sesame Tikki is very delicious. All ingredients, Bajra flour, jaggery and sesame, used to make it keep our bodies warm in winters. Bajra is popular and available in winters and this tikki is also made in winters. Let’s make Bajra tikki today.
Do you call them Golgappa or Pani Puri? Either name is mouth watering. You can also call it Golgappa. Whenever you visit Chandni Chowk or Sitaram Bazaar don't miss the chance to have Golgappas.
These days Gol Gappas are available in restaurants and malls, but standing next to its Thela(cart) and eating than in the mall is more exciting as you can see the market's hustle-bustle. Pani Puri can be made completely out of wheat flour or wheat flour and Suji(semolina) mixed in equal proportions or just Suji. We will be preparing Gol Gappas with wheat flour and Suji mixed together.
This is the era of packaged food culture, so you also get Golgappas in packets. Prepare the its water at home and eat with potatoes, Chana and Chutney. But if you want then you can prepare fresh Golgappas at home. So lets make Golgappas at home.
Momos are Tibetan food. They are very delicious. They are also called Tibetan Steamed Dumplings. They require very little oil and are prepared with steam. That is why momos are easily digestible and are very nutritious. Let's make the vegetable Momos today.
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.
Kids and young generation love eating spring rolls. We have already made vegetable spring rolls for which we have made wrappers by spreading maida batter on tawa evenly. Today we will make wrappers by rolling maida dough and then roast it.