Spicy Kanji and Onion Pakoda

Spicy Kanji and Onion Pakoda

Spicy Kanji and onion pakoda.. one of the favorite breakfast combination in our home. Made in @instantpot.in This Kanji or congee is all load the ingredients, wait for it cook itself and you serve type of food. Just the type I like, most of the times.
Add a cup of rice, 1/4 cup of Moong dal or masoor dal, 6 cups of water, sliced onion, tomato, green Chilli, chopped garlic, fenugreek seeds, 1/4 tsp Turmeric powder, chopped coriander and mint leaves, salt and tsp of ghee.
Set to rice mode.. and after it’s done and serve hot 🔥

North Indian dinner.. Naan and paneer Tikka masala

North Indian dinner.. Naan and paneer Tikka masala

VegetarianHomemade Naan and paneer Tikka masala… some nights you miss the street food and think about traveling days, try out the food eaten during the travels. While nothing can beat the north Indian food from Punjab or Delhi, our homemade versions are delicious and Fix 

Blueberry Buttermilk Scones

Blueberry Buttermilk Scones

Blueberry Buttermilk Scones… delicious and soft, no dry scones around here. Fruity in every bite these tangy scones are just perfect right out of the oven for breakfast.

Caramel Apple Danish Pastries – Story pics

Caramel Apple Danish Pastries – Story pics

Dairy FreeCaramel Apple Danish..drenched in homemade salted caramel sauce, crunch apple slices covered in puff pastry sheets, these danish Pastries are perfect for snacking.

Pav Bhaji masala from leftover curries

Pav Bhaji masala from leftover curries

A quick tip of repurposing leftover curries into pav bhaji masala. Warm the curry and with a potato masher or even a fork mash all the vegetables in the curry. Add a little water, salt, pav bhaji masala powder( store-bought spice mix), lemon juice and a little butter. Simmer for 5 minutes.. there you have it.. instant pav bhaji masala from left over curries