Kanji Vada | How to make Rajasthani Kanji Wada

Kanji Vada

Kanji Vada is one of those typical Rajasthani traditional dishes made seasonally during winter and is a delicious snack to enjoy. Kanji Wada is made during Holi and Diwali and mostly during winters as the mustard in it heats up body and helps during those severe cold season. However, having always lived in a place […]

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Rajasthani Methi Mathri

Rajasthani Methi Mathri

Rajasthani Methi Mathri are crispy, crunchy Tea Time Snacks made with flour and spices that make it quite addictive and easy Jar snacks. Next in the series of Tea Time Snacks from Rajasthan, I made these Kasuri Methi Mathri that turned out to be equally addictive like the Pudina Mathri. I kept the shape to […]

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Matar Ki Kachori | How to make Matar Kachori

Matar Kachori

Matar Kachori is a flaky kachori stuffed with spiced matar masala. The flaky outer shell makes this an excellent snack to enjoy during Tea Time. The next snack from Rajasthan is the matar kachori where the fresh peas is ground and cooked with spices to make a spicy filling inside the flaky outer maida shell. […]

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Pudina Tikoni Paratdar Mathri

Pudina Tikoni Paratdar Mathri

Pudina Tikoni Paratdar Mathri is a crispy, crunchy and flaky snack from Rajasthan. These are flavoured with Mint and other spices that make it an addictive snack anytime. My next snack is the popular savory deep fried Mathri, that come in many flavours. These triangle discs are tossed with dry herbs and spices and make […]

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Rajasthani Mirchi Vada

Rajasthani Mirchi Vada

Rajasthani Mirchi Vada is a spicy stuffed potato with chilies and deep fried in a besan batter. This makes a wonderful Tea Time Snack. The whole series in this space came because of this post. When I was chatting with Vaishali, she asked me if I was ready with the dishes. I didn’t even have […]

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Pavakkai Pakoda | Bittergourd Pakoras

For the second day of cooking my family recipes, is this Bittergourd Pakoda that are quite famous in the sweet shops as well. I am a person who will run a mile if served some bittergourd and even if its done in these tempting way, I never tried before. For many years, when we travel […]

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Baby Corn Bajji | How To Make Corn Bajji

Baby Corn Bajji

Baby Corn Bajjis are deep fried snacks made with tender baby corns diced as juliennes or fingers. These are crispy snacks you can make for your kids. So for the day 2 of BM#54, under Deep Fried Love, I have these Baby Corn Fingers, which are one of my favorite snacks! I was surprised that […]

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Leftover Rice Pakodas

For the final day under Snacking for Kids, I have this delicious pakodas made with leftover cooked rice. I have already posted another version of leftover pakodas, this one is slightly different and was very much loved by Konda. So I thought I should as well record what she liked differently as well. These turn […]

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How to make Potato Pakodis

No elaborate meal is complete without a crunch included. And I wanted to make sure I do that. So for the weekend brunch, along with Saamai Ven Pongal and Sakara Pongal, I made this delicious Potato Pakodis. Hubby dear pointed out that these tasted much like the Maddur Vada and I was reminded of that […]

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Cabbage Onion Pakoda

For the Cookbook Challenge this week, I decided to share the pakoda that I made last week. It was made healthy by the addition of cabbage, it didn’t have much of onions and more of cabbage. Konda almost didn’t know by the looks, however the moment she tasted she realized that it had cabbage. I […]

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