Tri-Color Dhokla is a popular Gujarati snack. It is a steamed & spongy snack tempered with mustard seeds and sesame seeds. This delightful tri-color dhokla is so simple to make. Since dhokla is steamed version so it is healthy as well. You can avoid oil tempering if you are weight conscious.

Tri-Color Dhokla A Popular Gujarati Steamed Snack Recipe | How To Make Tiranga Dhokla

Tri-Color Dhokla is a popular Gujarati snack. It is a steamed & spongy snack tempered with mustard seeds and sesame seeds. This delightful tri-color dhokla is so simple to make. Since dhokla is steamed so it is healthy as well. You can avoid oil tempering if you are weight conscious. Today we celebrated Republic Day in our…

Lauki Nu Muthia or lauki muthia or bottle gourd's steamed dumplings is a popular Gujarati tea time snack, having less oil but very tasty and nutritious. Muthi means fist, this snack is named as muthia because we have to shape them in a cylindrical shape with the help of fist. Lauki Nu Muthia is a very healthy snack as it is steamed. You can shallow fry as well if needed.

Gujarati Snack Lauki Nu Muthia Recipe | How To Make Doodhi Na Muthia | Healthy And Steamed Bottlegourd Dumplings (Lauki Ki Muthia)

Lauki Nu Muthia or lauki muthia or bottle gourd’s steamed dumplings is a popular Gujarati tea time snack, having less oil but very tasty and nutritious. Muthi means fist, this snack is named as muthia because we have to shape them in a cylindrical shape with the help of the fist. Lauki Nu Muthia is…

Pudina laccha paratha, as the name suggest this paratha or flat bread is made using whole wheat flour and mint leaves. Having mint in the paratha makes it so flavorful and aromatic. Also, it is a laccha paratha (layered flatbread), which is another addition of crisp and crunchy texture. Pudina laccha paratha is great choice for any time meal with either chutney or curry or raita.

Aromatic And Flavorful Pudina Laccha Paratha Recipe | How To Make Mint Flatbread

Pudina laccha paratha or Mint flatbread, as the name suggests this paratha or flatbread is made using whole wheat flour and mint leaves. Having mint in the paratha makes it so flavorful and aromatic. Also, it is a laccha paratha (layered flatbread), which is another addition of crisp and crunchy texture. Pudina laccha paratha is…

Til peanut chikki is very famous sweet in India during the winter season. Basically prepared with peanut and jaggery syrup, but can also be made using puffed rice, sesame seeds or mix combination. Til peanut chikki is the combination of til/sesame seeds and peanut mixed in jaggery syrup.

Til Peanut And Jaggery Chikki Recipe | Learn How to Make Til Peanut And Jaggery Chikki | Makar Sankranti Recipes

Til peanut chikki is very famous sweet in India during the winter season. Basically prepared with peanut and jaggery syrup, but can also be made using puffed rice, sesame seeds or mix combination. Til peanut chikki is the combination of til/sesame seeds and peanut mixed in jaggery syrup. Addition of cardamom powder and little ghee…

Til aur mava laddu is very common sweet in north India during winters. It is prepared specially on Makar Sankranti. Having nutritious properties sesame laddu are great in cold weather. With the goodness of sesame seeds and richness of cottage cheese /mava, til aur mava laddu not only soothe your sweet craving but also having health benefits.

Til Aur Mava Laddu | How To Make Til Laddu With Khoya/Mava

Til aur mava laddu is very common sweet in north India during winters, especially on Makar Sankranti. Having nutritious properties sesame laddu are great in cold weather. With the goodness of sesame seeds and the richness of cottage cheese /mava, til aur mava laddu not only soothe your sweet craving but also having health benefits. Every…

Makar Sankranti | Lohri | Pongal | Festival Recipes

Makar Sankranti | Lohri | Pongal | Festival Recipes

Every year in January while north India welcome its first festival of Makar Sankranti, also spread happiness of Lohri and Pongal.  It is the most joyous season. Read more about Makar Sankranti, Lohri, and Pongal. In Sankranti usually, a combination of til/sesame and jaggery is consumed with kite flying. In Lohri, it all related to bhangra/giddha, bonfire and…