An interesting food blog with some creative recipes and fusion of indo western food , you will find very interesting Indian curries as well as breads with a little difference. You will definitely love to try my 20 years of food experience ,As a mother of two grown ups I always appreciate healthy food with a tasty twist to serve at dinning table .
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FOX NUT CHEESE DUMPLINGS IN YOGURT ' PANEER MAKHANA KA DAHI VADA'
sorry friends its really long long break......i was very busy with shifting and with my daughters but now i am back again with full josh in India we all wait for these saven ka mahina "rainy season" because after this festive season starts in full swing.. Rakhi , id, janmashthami,and then series of festivals and marriages ......and u know with lots of enthusiasm we celebrate all these festivals ......fasting is also one of the important part of these celebrations so i thought i should start with this spacial recipe of vrat ka khana / food for fasting .... These spacial dahi vadas /dumplings are so delicious that no body can stop eating it believe me ...
FOX NUT CHEESE DUMPLINGS IN YOGURT
paneer makhana ka dahi vada
for this you need ....
paneer'cottage cheese' crumbled 'preferably home made'- 1 cup
mix cottage cheese, crush roasted makhana or fox nut , chopped green chilli , chopped coriander and salt and pepper together. mash and make around 6-7 balls out of it keep aside.
in a bowl mix kuttu ka atta/buck wheat with water to make a thin paste leave for 3 min..
heat oil in a pan .
take one ball at a time, cover it with paste and deepfry till light golden brown. keep aside
whip curd in a bowl mix 1tbsp sugar in it
now to arrange..... soak fried balls in curd take out one by one and arrange in serving bowl top it with 5 to 6 tbsp of tamarind chutney and sprinkle salt and roasted cumin powder garnish with pomegranate and ginger Julianne ...serve chilled
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