“I don’t go long without eating. I never starve myself: I grab a healthy snack”- Vanessa Hudgens
Indian food never seems to be short of options for Snacks and short-eats. But like every home, budding cooks want to try out something different. We are a cookery-show inspired home and weekends are the perfect time for experimenting various dishes shown on TV. I’ve always wanted to make those spring rolls similar to that of a restaurant’s but couldn’t get around it so far. But now, I’ve finally made them! This one is a crispy variety of spring rolls, but this one has a potato filling instead of other veggies that you normally find in a roll.
It tasted great with tomato ketchup and is a perfect starter for any party. Tell us how you like it in the comments.
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Bengalis sure love their fish and fish dishes are one of the main highlights of any Bengali cuisine. This authentic recipe is contributed (tested and tried ) by a friend and a food enthusiast, Diprabhanu Bakshi from Bangalore. For this Fish curry, ’Rohu‘ fish is used which is a delicacy in Bengal and other regions in Eastern India. It goes well with steamed rice and or Rotis.
The photo is clicked from a mobile camera and doesn’t do full justice to the dish, but Dipra assures us that the fish curry will make you want more with every bite. Try this for lunch or dinner.
Rasam is as South Indian as a dish one could find. This simple soup / curry has many varieties but perhaps the simplest one is where you don’t even have to cook it! Ta Da…Presenting the ‘No-Cook Instant Rasam’. With a few simple ingredients you can have delicious Rasam ready to go in under 5 minutes. This is a perfect dish that can be tried by bachelors, first time cooks or if you want to come with up something tasty when you are really hungry. Goes well with steamed rice.
What do you with leftover Idlis? Throw them? Naaah! Make a super duper new dish of course. Idli Manchurian sounds like a perfect combination of South India and China We tried this on a weekend and believe me they taste delicious. Try this as an evening snack or as a brunch specialty.
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