Haridwar wali Kachori

Haridwar wali Kachori - Street Food

Haridwar wali kachori aur aloo ki sabzi is a delicious poori sabzi available for breakfast in Haridwar. The kachoris are crisp and thick, stuffed with a spicy lentil masala mix. It is served in a spicy potato gravy. I adapted my Haridwar wali kachori from here and also read about how it is available in […]

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Nagori Puri Recipe | How to make Nagori Poori

Nagori Poori - Delhi Street Food

Nagori Puri served with Aloo Sabzi and Halwa is a typical breakfast combination served on the streets of Old Delhi. The puris are small and crispy served as a combo with the other two dishes. My original plan was to share all three dishes in one post. However, lack of time prevented me to do […]

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Bhedawi Puri | How to make Rajasthani Bhedawi Poori

Bhedawi Puri

Bhedawi Puri is a Rajasthani puri made with a dough made of all purpose flour and kalonji. It has a stuffing prepared with urad dal and whole spices. The final deep fried bread tastes out of the world and you can serve it with some easy side dishes for a complete meal. When I decided […]

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Besan Ki Poori | How to make Spicy Besan Poori

Besan Ki Poori aur Sabzi Nasta Thali

Besan Ki Poori is a gram flour deep fried bread made with a mix of besan and wheat flour and spiced with the masala. These make a good dish on its own without any side dish. For the next Indian Flatbread, I decided to make this Besan Ki Poori. I already have a Besan Masala […]

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Bedmi Poori ~ Punjabi Style Puri Recipe

Punjabi Bedmi Puri

Bedmi Poori the Punjabi Style Puri Recipe is made with urad dal paste along with spices and masalas for a delicious Sunday Breakfast. The side dishes served with it makes a complete meal. I have already many different Bedmi Pooris shared, this recipe different from the rest, and I adapted mine from here. I had […]

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Bajra Methi Poori

Bajra Methi ki Poori aur Sabji Thali

  Bajra Methi Poori is a deep-fried puffed Indian bread made with bajra or pearl millet flour along with fresh fenugreek leaves. Bajra is a gluten-free grain and popularly used in many Indian states. This flour is used in different dishes like Khichdi, pooris, parathas, or Rotis. In Rajasthan and many parts of western Uttar […]

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Kudaalu | Sweet Poornam Kudalu

Kudaalu

Kudaalu or Sweet Poornam Kudalu are Ganesh Chathurthi special dish made with maida pockets stuffed with a sweet filling made with coconut and jaggery. These Kudaalu are similar to Kajjikayalu, except its made with a stuffing of coconut and jaggery. We also add chana dal to the mix in the other version. The pictures that […]

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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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Bhejetebil Chop | How to make Bengali Vegetable Chop

Bhejetebil Chop

Bhejetebil Chop or the Bengali Vegetable Chop is a quintessential dish from the Bengals. This is a deep fried vegetable cutlet that makes a sinful dish to be served during evening tea! While I don’t drink tea or make elaborate dishes for tea time, during weekends it is a custom to nibble or munch on […]

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Dahi Gujiya ~ Holi Special Dahi Gujiya

Dahi Gujiya

Dahi Gujiya is a stuffed Dahi vada from Uttar Pradesh. These savory gujias are made with urad dal stuffed with khoya, nuts, topped with curds and spices. For the seventh day of the Mandatory Week in BM#104 Sweets & Snacks, we chose Dahi Gujiya. When this was suggested, I said this is same as Dahi […]

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