Slow cooker Matra ki chaat

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Slow cooker Matra ki chaat

Share10Pin222TweetYum5+137237 Shares Planning a morning brunch – try cooking in slow cooker, add everything to it a night before, set the timer and in the morning you will have your brunch ready – add tadka/tempering, adjust spices and enjoy quality time with your family..now that sounds good...

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Ragda Patties

Share4Pin27TweetYum7+138 Shares Another addition to my love for Indian street food- Ragda Patties or pattices. Besides Vada pav and pav bhaji this is yet another Mumbai delicacy that I relish a lot. It’s a lip- smacking one-pot street food where potato cutlets are topped with dried peas...

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Dal Pakwan Recipe

Share21Pin200TweetYum9+11230 Shares Growing up in a diversified colony gave me an advantage to enjoy different meals prepared by our neighbors. I still remember I was in grade 7th when I first tasted this Dal pakwan recipe. My reaction was, “How do I eat a dal with papad?”...

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Papad Katori Chaat

Share5.4KPin6.8KTweetYum1+11012.2K SharesPapad Katori Chaat as the name suggest is a crispy and crunchy papadum bowls that are filled with protein-packed delicious chickpea salad. Perfect as a light meal or a tea time snack!  If you think I am constantly obsessed with making katoris (bowls), then...

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Dahi Bhalla or Dahi Vada recipe

Share15Pin1.6KTweetYum4+121.6K Shares Chaats are always welcomed in my family and that too if it is NON FRIED. We all are familiar with this yummy and delicious all-time-favorite Dahi Bhalla or Dahi Vada recipe. Savory non fried lentil fritters dipped in yogurt, served chilled; topped with chutneys...

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Matar Kulcha Recipe

Share21Pin7.9KTweetYum6+117.9K Shares It’s pouring down heavily and time to enjoy some healthy Indian street food. Matar or Matra ki chaat with wheat kulcha– YUM- a perfect complement to the weather. Delhi streets are flooded with vendors selling Matar kulche or Chole Kulche at every corner. It’s...