Omelet Chilli

Omlette Chilli

In cuisine, an omelette or omelet is a dish made from beaten eggs quickly cooked with butter or oil in a frying pan.Omelet as you know is made up of egg, which is a rich source of calcium and gives strength to human body. Though boiled egg is considered to be healthier than the omelet, people favor omelet over boiled egg because of the difference in taste. A great recipe for breakfast

1 comment, Ashwani R, May 3, 2015

tamarind rice

Tamarind Rice

A tangy rice dish made with channa and urad dals, infused with the flavor of tamarind pulp, a typical south Indian dish eaten with coconut chutney and Boiled & Salted Chickpea.

No comments, Mohan Kumar, April 2, 2015

batata poha

Potato Aval Upma or Batata Poha

A staple and healthy breakfast of Maharashtra made from a rice derivative poha using fresh onion rings, grated coconut and corriander leaves amoung many other ingredients

No comments, Mohan Kumar, March 7, 2015

Jackfruit Pancake

Jackfruit Pancake

Fresh and delicious pancake prepared from healthy rice flour and juicy Jackfruit is an all time favorite during my younger days.Jackfruit is rich in dietary fiber, which makes it a good bulk laxative. The fiber content helps protect the colon mucous membrane by binding to and eliminating cancer-causing chemicals from the colon.

No comments, Gems Gems, January 15, 2015

Carrots and Eggs Scramble

Carrots and Eggs Scramble

Easy, delicious and healthy Scrambled Egg with Shredded Carrots seasoned in spices/sauces with fresh vegetables

No comments, Kapoor Sanjeev, June 11, 2014


Carrot Croquettes

Mashed carrots seasoned in white sauce, butter and milk rolled in oat meal and fried

1 comment, Thomas Allen, June 11, 2014

cabbage roll with meat filling

Cabbage Roll with Meat Filling

Fresh crispy Cabbage leaves stuffed by juicy chicken, rice and onion rings in freshly ground pepper baked in chicken broth

1 comment, Miriam George, June 11, 2014


Bhatura | How to make Bhatura

Batoora, Bhatoora or bhatura , is a kind of fluffy and deep-fried leavened bread which is a North Indian dish. It is often eaten with chickpea curry, chole or channe, curd and salad which completes the traditional dish chole bhature.

No comments, Kapoor Sanjeev, June 3, 2014