Poha Chivda is an Indian snack usually made during the Diwali festival but in many houses this chivda is made very frequently throughout the year. Easy to make and requires simple ingredients, this poha chivda is perfect for that small evening hunger. Crispness from the roasted poha, nuttiness from the nuts and perfect balance of
Mathri is a traditional tea time snack which generally people relish with their hot cup of tea. Different regions have their own variations and styles of making mathris. Crispy mathris are usually prepared using flour, ghee salt and water. This Masala mathri has a gram flour filling inside which gives an interesting twist to the
Corn Chivda is crunchy snack made by mixing corn poha(or cornflakes) with variety of nuts and spices. This chivda recipe is very easy to make and ingredients can be adjusted according to taste. During Diwali time, we make poha chivda or puffed rice chivda but this corn chivda was not made at our home previously.
Choco Vanilla Cookies are easy to make and requires very few basic ingredients, these cookies are combination of two flavors in a single bite. Either have these with a cup of tea or give to kids with a glass of milk, all will simply love it…what can be more satisfying then the prefix homemade to
Cashew Masala Mathri is mathri in the shape of cashew with a coating of different spice mix. It can be served as a dry snack and are great for munching at anytime. And just like orginal cashew, no one can stop after eating one. 🙂 As you can see in the picture, I made this
Chatpati Panner Chaat recipe is a combination of paneer with nuts, fruits, veggies and spices. It is filled with flavors and you can either serve it as a snack , starter or side dish. If you want to have something sweet, spicy, tangy, sour and that too with less calories, do try this dish and