Green tomatoes are blended with spring onions and garlic to provide the necessary flavours to make this healthy dip that is sure to be a hit when you're entertaining. The addition of coriander adds further to its taste while providing vitamins A and C. Enjoy this salsa with Baked Tortilla Chips or colourful vegetable crudités.
A tempting golden colour and the inviting aroma of caramelised sugar ensure that a kid will pick the Crunchy Walnut Squares. And, once it has been tasted, there is simply no going back! Crisp butter cookies topped with a chewy walnut butterscotch mixture and baked to perfection, this sweet treat is so delicious that no words can do justice to it.
This wholesome porridge made of oats, apples and milk can be served as a dessert or breakfast after your baby is 6 months. Milk is a good source of calcium, which is extremely important for the development of your baby's bones and teeth. Oats are high in energy, protein and fibre.
Cutlets with a teaspoon of oil? Well, here you go. You will fall head-over-heels in love with the amazing flavour and perfect texture of this Swadisht Vegetable Cutlet. Made with an assortment of veggies like carrots and bottle gourd, this nutrient rich snack is quite satiating and perfect to have with tea in the afternoons. In this innovative recipe, ragi flour is used to bind the veggies and flavour enhancers rather than starchy potato, raw bananas or cornflour. So, you not only get…
This recipe is popular all over India. Different communities have their own variations to this recipe. For example, some add sugar to the curds, whilst others temper it with mustard and curry leaves. The Marwaris use moong dal instead of urad dal to make the vadas. Dahi vadas can be eaten as a snack or as part of the meal. The vadas can be made a day in advance and refrigerated. You have only to soak them in hot water and drain just before serving.