Dry Fruit Ladoo



Ingredients:
  • Cashew nuts -- 100gms
  • Raisins -- 50gms
  • Almonds -- 1/4 cup
Method:
  • Fry cashew nuts for 2 min in a low flame.Let it cool.
  • Chop cashew and almonds into fine pieces.
  • Now grind the raisins in a blender into a fine paste.
  • Mix all these ingredients.
  • The mixture is wet due to raisins paste.
  • Now take a small amount of mixture and shape it as ladoo.
  • Now the healthy ladoos are ready.
Note:
  • If you want more sweetness increase the quantity of raisins.
  • As there is no sugar.. it is very healthy and fat free.
  • The unsaturated fat in this ladoo is good for heart.
  • This ladoo consists of zinc which is helpful for curing wounds quickly.



Chickpeas Fry

Hugh FW: Chickpea curry


Ingredients:
  • Chickpeas -- 2 cups(Boiled)
  • Potato -- 1 cup, boiled and cut into pieces
  • Tomato -- 1 cup, boiled and cut into pieces
  • Green chilli paste -- 2 tsp
  • Ginger paste -- 1 1/2 tsp
  • Garlic Paste -- 2 tsp
  • Chana Masala Powder -- 2 tsp
  • Black Salt -- 1 tsp
  • Dried Mango Powder -- 1/2 tsp
  • Slat as per required
  • Oil -- 3 tsp
  • Cilantro leaves -- 1/4 cup chopped
Method:
  • Heat oil in a vessel on a medium flame.
  • Fry potato pieces for 5 min.
  • Now add green chilli paste, ginger and garlic paste.Fry them for 1 min.
  • Now add all the remaining ingredients and mix well.
  • Pour 1/2 cup of water into it and mix well.
  • Close the lid and stay until all the water got evaporated.
  • Switch off the heat.
  • Garnish with Cilantro leaves and serve hot with rotis.

Soya Ladoo

 

















Ingredients:
  • Soya Beans -- 100 gms
  • Sesame Seeds -- 100 gms
  • Dates -- 200 gms
  • Honey -- 1 tbsp
Method:
  • Take a pan fry soya beans and sesame seeds separately.
  • Let them cool.
  • After that grind them into a fine powder.
  • Sieve the mixture and set aside.
  • De-seed the dates and mash them into paste.
  • Now by adding honey shape them into round ladoo.
Note:
If necessary add some water.see that not to add excess water.The paste must be hard.
This is a very healthy sweet which consists fo calcium,protiens.
Good for pregnant women,kids,and those who are in menopause state.

Vermicelli Pudding

Ingredients:
  • Vermicelli -- 1 cup
  • Honey -- 3/4 cup
  • Water -- 4 cups
  • Cardamom Powder -- 1 tsp
  • Cream -- 5 tbsp

Method:
  • Take a vessel,pour water into it and boil for some time.
  • Now slowly pour vermicelli into the boiled water and cook until done.
  • Remove from heat and let it cool.
  • Remove any excess water and pour honey into it and again cook till the honey melts well.
  • Now add cream and cardamom powder to it.
  • Remove from heat and serve hot.

Breakfast Recipes

There is no standard Indian breakfast menu as almost each state in India has different specialities. However, one can broadly classify breakfast varieties in India into 2 types; North Indian and South Indian. The eastern and western parts of India also have individual breakfast items unique to their culture or state.
South Indian breakfast consists of idli, vada and/or dosa coupled with chutney and sambar. Many variations of these dishes exist such as Rava idli, Dahi Vada and Masala Dosa. Other popular south Indian breakfast items are Bisibelebath, Upma, Lemon Rice and Poori. The state of Kerala has some special breakfast items such as appam, idiyappam, palappam .

A typical north Indian breakfast may either be a type of Paratha or Roti served with a vegetable curry, curd and pickles. There are several varieties of parathas available depending on the type of stuffing such as Aloo (potato) Paratha, Paneer (cottage cheese) Paratha, Mooli (radish) Paratha etc. Other popular breakfast items in the north are Poori Bhaji, Poha and Bhindi Bhujia.
In Western India, a Gujarati household may serve Dhoklas, Khakhras or Theplas for breakfast, the most popular of which being Methi Thepla.
In Eastern India, especially in West Bengal and Odisha, luchi-sabji, porota, or even rice is eaten as a breakfast.
Idli
Dosa
Roti
Paratha
Puri
Upma
Vada
Bread
Have a wonderful breakfast...