Crispy Cauliflower Pakoda

Crispy Cauliflower Pakoda

Crispy Cauliflower Pakodas are some delicious snacks you can enjoy for any time and especially great when you are sitting back to enjoy a movie! Though I have so many pakodas shared, I checked and saw that this lip smacking pakodas are missing from the list. We enjoy some spicy fried chilies with crisp curry leaves deep […]

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Crispy Onion Capsicum Pakoda

Crispy Onion Capsicum Pakoda is a dry crispy pakoda made with onion and capsicum. The batter is spiced with green chilies and spice powders to make a delicious starter. I made this for a lunch some weekend because I need to have some munchies for lunch and having covered all possible pakodas, I was left […]

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Cheesy French Fries with Mayo

Cheesy French Fries with Mayo

Cheesy French Fries is deep fried french fries topped with melting cheese seasoning with spices. This makes a wonderful snack at any time or if you want to enjoy a movie, dig into this sinful snack. Kids love french fries and mostly I try making it at home when it is a small portion. Else […]

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Raja Kebab | How to make stuffed Papad Rolls

Raja Kebab

Raja Kebab is a stuffed paneer potato filling in a papad that is deep fried and served in bite sized pieces. These make a fantastic party starter and delicious evening snack. When I wanted to make Awadhi Thali or the Mixed North Indian Thali, Vaishali suggested this Raja Kebab that was her restaurant. This is […]

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Moong Dal Kachori | How to make Khasta Moong Dal Kachori

Moong Daal Kachori

Khasta Moong Dal Kachori is a sinful deep fried ball from the North Indian Cuisine, filled with ground moong dal with spices and deep fried in a flaky outer layer. When I planned for Rajasthani Thali, I had asked Vaishali for a starter or snack and she suggested I make this. While I already have […]

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Yaki Tomorokoshi ~ Japanese Corn On The Cob

Yaki Tomorokoshi

Yaki Tomorokoshi is the grilled corn or the Japanese Corn On The Cob. This is a delicious seasonal Japanese street food, where corn is boiled and grilled with miso and then seasoned with soya sauce. When I was searching for dishes starting with Y, I had few choices, mostly from Chinese and Japanese. I came […]

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Xalapan Molotes | How to make Molote

Xalapan Molotes

Xalapan Molotes are corn based pastry filled with different ingredients and served as an appetizer or snack from the Mexican Cuisine. When it came to selecting some dish starting with X, I had to think of using either an adjective or some word starting with X on city or some other reference. I had them […]

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Vyprážaný syr | Fried Cheese from Slovakia

Vyprážaný Syr

Vyprážaný syr is Fried Cheese from Slovakia. This is a popular street food and very easy to make. It can be served as an appetizer with mayo or tartar sauce for dipping. These fried cheese are called smažený sýr in Czech whereas in Slovakia it is known as vyprážaný syr. In Czech, these fries are […]

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Rustico | How to make Rustico Leccese

Rustico Leccese

Rustico is an Italian snack made with rough puff pastry and a variety of stuffing. The most common stuffing is tomato and mozzarella. However, depending on which region this snack is from, the stuffing can also change. The main feature of Rustico is the way it is assembled. These pastries are made with two discs […]

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Qamdi ~ Fried Bread from Somalia

Qamdi ~ Fried Bread from Somalia

Qamdi or Mahamri is a triangular sweet fried bread from Somalia. This is similar to doughnut though it varies in the shape also less in sweet. I was inspired by this recipe where I also made the Fataa’ir Farmaajo from the same author. She writes that in cities across Somalia, qamdi, as well as bur […]

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