Indian breads otherwise known as roti is very commonly made of wheat or atta. But did you know many rotis are also made with other ingredients such as Bajra(black millet), Besan (Channa Dal Flour), Makki (Maze flour), etc. I generally don’t experiment rotis with different ingredients and was very much delighted to have tried making Besan Masala Roti and Bajra Aloo Roti for this month’s Indian Cooking Challenge. Besan Masala Roti is basically roti made Want to know more about this recipe?
No, its not a tongue twister, nor am I trying to baffle you. And don’t you dare try to pronounce it unless you’re a Bengali or familiar with this dish. I tried over 10 times gave up and started referring this dish to Bengali sweet and that’s how its gonna be referred by me. Now, don’t be withdrawn by its name, the taste of this sweet is just out of the world. My kids and Want to know more about this recipe?
For long I didn’t know the difference between Kulcha and Naan at least they taste very similar like sisters. Oh, my mind is stuck on to the fact that my sister is visiting me and I’m having fun with her. Even though she is 9 years younger to me, we bond very well with the usual fighting and sharing over anything and everything. (More about her visit later, she’s right behind me having her hand Want to know more about this recipe?
I’m the only person with sweet tooth at our house. Needless to say I can easily put on weight and have to work double the time to lose a pound. It takes mountains of will power and power pep talk by my conscious to put a tight restrain to keep my sweet tooth under control. Oh my!!! you’ll have no idea what kind of cajoling and ballooning imaginations I create about myself to keep my Want to know more about this recipe?
It’s been a month that I started this blog. I joined Indian Cooking Challenge in a quest for new recipes, trying new cuisines, and making new friends.The challenge is hosted by Srivalli, the idea for this month’s recipe is by Usha. Srivalli gave us two detailed recipes from Ranjani and Lavanya. I just followed Srivalli’s notes on the announcement page. I’ve never eaten Sarvapindi (“Sarva” means deep hallow cooking bowl and “pindi” means snack) and Want to know more about this recipe?