Monday, 19 January 2015

Crispy Coriander Stem Chutney | Easy Side Dish | Step Wise


Foodelicious- crispy coriander chutney

Hi all!!

I am extremely happy with the response I received for the first post of the year Panko Crusted Mushroom and Buttermilk Croquettes. When a recipe I liked to make is liked by others too,  It gives me an immense sense of satisfaction, makes me smile within.

It’s winter time and the greens are abundantly available here but the variety I used to get in Delhi was huge and that I do miss here. I’m happy to see big and green bunches of fresh coriander in the market and I happily buy and use them in my cooking. I separate the leaves, stems and roots and use all of them.

The maximum flavour is there in stems and roots. Roots, I wash them thoroughly and add in my curries and lentils while they boil so that the roots release flavour. Later, I remove and discard the roots. The stems I use in my dry curries or in tempering. The green leaves gets used in making chutneys and as garnishes.

Monday, 12 January 2015

Panko Crusted Buttermilk & Mushroom Croquettes | Easy Appetiser Recipe

Foodelicious- Panko Crusted Mushroom Croquettes
Hello  all!!
Wish you a very happy 2015. I know I’m quite late in wishing you that. Though blogging makes me feel content inside, I know I have been absent for a very long time here. This was probably the longest break I took. Let me assure you the break was not intentional but sometimes there are other things which take a priority and blogging takes a back seat. I do not get time to sit and draft a post easily even if I cooked and clicked pictures.

Tuesday, 18 November 2014

Quick No Bake Bread Pizza | Easy Recipes With Bread | Step Wise



Hi all!!

For those who read my face book fan page regularly, would know that I share my son’s lunch box pictures quite regularly there to share more ideas on what can go into a lunch box. Recently, I had shared these quick to make, no bake bread Pizza which a lot of my friends and readers had liked and asked me to share the recipe.

So today on popular demand I’m sharing the recipe for the same. These bread pizzas are very healthy as I use a lot of veggies and also the bread I use is multigrain and not the white bread.

Friday, 14 November 2014

Quick Jammy Hearts | Easy Recipes With Bread | Step Wise



Hi all!!

Today being children’s day, I am sharing an easy recipe to treat your children. This gets ready in less than half an hour and is an extremely fuss free preparation. The centre of the heart is filled with sweet Jam and hence I call it Jammy hearts.

My kid who is in his teens now and still loves to celebrate the Children’s Day, gobbled up all of these and did not complaint of a Jam filled centre. Yes, my son doesn’t like Sweet Jam and I was more than happy to see him eat the Jam this way.

Monday, 10 November 2014

Rainbow Shots | Instant Gulkand Rabadi with Colourful Boondi | Party Dessert | Step Wise


Foodelicious- Instant Rabadi and Sweet Boondi Shot


Hi all!

Life as it is quite complicated so I try to make as well as try recipes that are quite uncomplicated and fuss free. This dessert that I’m sharing today is my younger one’s favourite these days. He is in his early teens and has recently developed a sweet tooth.

The problem with young children is that they always want  food instantly. Like when he says I’m hungry, he expects me to move a magic wand and present something delicious in front of him in that fraction of the second. All that is possible in fairy tales but in practical life I do have to whip up something very quickly in a matter of few minutes.

Friday, 7 November 2014

Recipe Of Heeng Vaale Kaale Chane Ki Chaat | Asafoetida Flavoured Black Chickpeas Chaat | Step Wise


Hi All!
Today I’m sharing a recipe that’s a family favourite. I’ve been cooking the Kala Chana/ Black Chickpeas for ages now in several ways and whenever I made them, there  was never a hard and fast set procedure that I would follow. Whatever ingredient, spice fancied that day or came into my mind was added and the Chana cooked.
A few years back, on one such occasion I made the Chana a bit differently. I had taken the extra precaution to over cook the Chana so that it was cooked more softer and almost on the verge of getting mushy and then again I cooked it like the other times, whatever came into my head I just added and made the Chana. To my surprise and delight it turned out finger licking tasty. Every one in the family loved it to the core and DH decided to call it ‘Heeng Vala Chana’. He also demanded that I should make them  again the same way, very soon.


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