Dhokla recipe or khaman dhokla is a quick, gluten-free, healthy, steamed Gujarati snack made with besan. How to make dhokla in cooker step by step method
Yesterday, I prepared Vegetable Fried Rice and had some left over white rice and chopped mixed vegetables. Decided to use the left over rice and veggies to prepare an Indo Chinese appetizer. Very easy and quick to bring together and makes for a great evening snack when your kids come home hungry after play. Interesting combination of flavors and textures.
I have a lot of childhood memories associated with this savory snack. My Ammamma and Amma would prepare huge quantities of Maida Biscuits (the name they go by at home) and store them in large containers. Back from school, we would head straight to the pantry and grab a plateful of maida biscuits and savor them like there was no tomorrow. Maida chips, maida biscuits, diamond cuts, maida squares, khara biscuits, whatever the name, they were extremely popular among us kids and friends.
Vizag is experiencing pleasant weather conditions with light drizzles and cool breeze. Its hard to resist the temptation of savoring hot off the stove snacks with a cup of hot chai. Handful of ingredients and a simple recipe come together into an incredibly magical monsoon snack. The invigorating flavor and amazing aroma of fresh carom leaves in bajji avatar is hard to resist and you are sure to reach out for more than your fair share of bajjis.
With 4 slices of left over bread and boiled potatoes (prepared Aloo parathas yesterday), I prepared quick bread cutlets for our evening tea snack. Not much of a recipe really, used left overs that I combined with spices, chopped onions and fresh coriander leaves and shallow fried till golden crisp. Fun, fast, healthy and tasty alternate to deep fried snacks.