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Chocolate dipped strawberries

Cheesy bread omlette

Eggs are a good source of animal protein and is so apt for breakfast. Today we shall see the recipe for an easy cheesy egg omlette with white bread. The cheese just melts down as you eat it few minutes after cooking. Do try this recipe and share your comments.   Ingredients: 2 bread slices 2 eggs 1 slice of cheese, i used amul cheese a pinch of salt 1 tbsp butter 1 tsp butter Steps: 1. Heat a tawa and toast the bread slices for about a minute on each side with medium flame. 2. Beat the eggs with a pinch of salt and keep it ready. 3. In the same tawa, add a tsp of butter. Pour in the beaten eggs. 4.  Spread it evenly. 5. Add a dash of pepper powder. 6. Then add a tsp of butter. 7. When the eggs get 3/4th cooked, add pieces of cheese. 8. cheese starts to melt. 9. Finally place the toasted bread on one side. 10. cover it with the remaining half of the omlette. 11. Cook f

chilli mushroom fry

Chilli mushroom is an amazing mouth watering recipe with minimal ingredients and it definitely calls for less expertise in cooking. Yes! anyone can make it. I tried it for the first time today and totally loving it. I had it for tempered curd rice and yum was the word to describe the combo. I gobbled up the curd rice with this chilli mushroom just in few minutes. Here is the recipe in detail Ingredients: 1 large onion 200 gms of button mushrooms 2 green chillies, slit 1/4 tsp red chilli powder 1/4 tsp pepper powder 1/4 tsp cumin powder 1/2 tsp garam masala powder 1/4 tsp turmeric powder salt to taste a sprig of curry leaves 1 tbsp chopped coriander leaves 1 tbsp cooking oil Steps: 1. Heat a non-stick pan or a tawa with a tbsp of oil. Add onions. Meanwhile wash the mushrooms and slice them.   2. Cook until translucent. When the onions are about to turn into brown color, add green chillies and curry leaves. 3. Cook for a minute. 4. Then add the sliced m

Moringa Raagi Adai

Moringa leaves are rich in vitamins and iron and if taken regularly it provides us various health benefits such as healthy bones, helps in increasing WBC, to fight anemia etc., There are a wide variety of recipes/ways to consume moringa leaves. In today's recipe, i'm sharing my own go to breakfast recipe as it does not require any preparation time as such. I can prepare this while the tawa gets heated up as i have home grown moringa tree and is totally oraganic. Love the way it just branches out with a lot of flowers and drumsticks. I have shared the picture of the beauty as well. I have used organic green chillies from my terrace garden. Look how beautiful it is! Ingredients: 3/4 cup raagi flour 1/2 cup of moringa leaves 1 large onion, thinly sliced 1 green chilli, finely chopped salt to taste 1 tbsp ghee/cooking oil Water as required, to knead the flour Steps: 1. In a mixing bowl, add moringa leaves, sliced onions, chopped green chillies, salt and raa

Malai Kulfi

Malai means the thick layer of milk that forms on the top, while boiling milk. Malai kulfi is almost the condensed milk with full of malai with some nuts and saffron strands. You can optionally add milk powder and cream milk too. It's a very easy recipe and you can try it with half litre milk as well. You can check few other ice cream recipes here, mango ice cream , strawberry ice cream , blueberry popsicles, pineapple kulfi, chocolate ice cream. Ingredients: 1/2 litre full cream milk few saffron strands 1 tbsp sugar 1/2 tsp cardamom powder 1 tbsp chopped nuts (a mix of pistachios, almonds, cashew nuts) 1 tsp milk powder (optional) 1. Heat full cream milk in a thick bottomed pan on high flame. Thick bottomed pan ensures the milk does not brown during the entire process of making kulfi. If using a regular pan, then cook on medium or low medium flame throughout. 2. Once it starts to boil, keep the flame to medium or low-medium. The malai starts to form on top