Moong Potato Cutlet

Moong Aloo Cutlet

Moong Potato Cutlet is a deep fried cutlet made with whole moong and potato in a spice mix. These make an excellent party dish and for evening snacks as well. Basically these cutlet freezes well and so you can make these ahead and freeze and use it when you need it. With this month being […]

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Tawa Tikki Burger with Cashew Almond Tikkis

Tawa Tikki Burger

Tawa Tikki Burger with Cashew Almond Tikki are easy to make Burgers with Tikkis that make a filling meal anytime. These delicious Cashew Almond Tikkis were easy to make and since we used a store bought burger buns, it was a quick meal to fix. This is for the BM#84 Week 3, where I am […]

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Falafel Pav Burger | Chana Tikki Pav

Falafel Pav Burgers

Falafel Pav Burgers or Chana Tikki Pav is a fusion dish that got created on demand. I am best known for such fusion dishes when it comes to my kids’ meal. I can’t be fussing about the origin of the dish nor try to see if this really belongs to some specific cuisine. The tikkis¬†I […]

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Llapingachos | How to make Ecuadorian Potato Pancakes

For the fourth day of Tea Time Snacks, I have patties or a pancake as it is referred from Ecuadorian cuisine, Llapingachos. I looked up this dish and had a couple of references, however, I went to this source, where it is mentioned that Llapingachos (yah-peen-GAH-chos) are a traditional Ecuadorian dish.  These are potato pancakes […]

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Palak Aloo Kebab | Spinach Potato Patties

For the final day of Kebabs under BM#67, I have a spinach based kabab that turned out so good that Konda didn’t even complain about the greens. It was also crunchy as it was fried with a bread crumb coating. I was not able to locate my original pictures that were clicked and was forced to use […]

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Baby Corn Cashew Kebab

For the second day of cooking Kebabs for BM#67, I have a Kebab made with Baby Corn and Cashews. My kids love Baby Corn Pakoda and we frequently keep making it. So as I kebab I was sure it was going to be a hit. They enjoyed it more as a sandwich with bread. The crunch […]

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Sweet Corn Kebab | How to make Corn Potato Kebab

We are starting the second week of BM#67 with Kabab as the theme for this week. When I had picked up this theme I didn’t realize we will be making some kabab on the fly like how we ended up during this course.  All the three dishes for this week were made for Konda’s evening […]

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Raw Banana Oats Tikki

For the final day of Week 1 of BM#64,  I have one of my favorite snack items to serve, the Tikkis. You may ask how on earth I decided these were suitable for Brunch ideas. Well, I mostly make some tikkis, serve with toasted bread or burger buns and I even go all the way […]

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Aloo Mutter Kabab | Sprouted Peas Aloo Tikkis

We are starting the third week of BM#62 with an interesting and challenging theme on Snacks for Toddlers, theme for my Kids Delight! While I never miss taking up to cook for my Kid’s Delight Event, that are guest hosted by my buddies, this theme was really a challenge. The rule that I have for […]

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Yellow Peas Tikkis ~ Easy Diabetic Snack

For the second day of Healthy Diet / Diabetic Diet, I have a simple tikki that turned out to be delicious and quite handy to tuck inbetween the bread to make a hearty meal by itself. I had the yellow peas soaked to make some sundal, and it turned out that we just couldn’t cook […]

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