Monday, August 4, 2014
Cooking Time : 30min
• 50g gram flour/Maida
• 20g rice flour/Corn Flour
• ½ tsp turmeric
• 1 tsp cumin seeds,
• 1 tsp medium Chili powder
• Fresh /Dried Coriander
• Salt a pinch
• One big Onion
• One small potato
• Water to make batter
• Oil, to cook
Method of Cooking
In a bowl, mix all the batter ingredients together except oil and make a thick batter with water. Batter should not be too watery. It should be medium thick. Add sliced onions, chopped potatoes and mix well. Keep aside this batter for 15 minutes.
Heat oil in a frying pan. Drop teaspoons of the batter (3/4 portions depending upon the size of pan) and fry till
Drain and place on kitchen towel to absorb excess oil.
Serve hot as an evening snack with Tomato ketchup or Mint chutney.
Enjoy #Onion Bhaji / #Ulli Bhaji / #Onion Pakoras / #Onion Fritters
Saturday, August 2, 2014
This post and contents belong to mum, she gave me this drink in my last holidays and it was really good and continued to make it back in UK on weekends , basically it is my saturday alternative for evening tea if I am at home. With the hope of you will also try this I am sharing her recipe.
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Carrot juice reduce the risks of many different types of cancer including skin and breast cancer. The cancer-fighting properties of carrot juice are often thought to be excellent due to the high amounts of beta carotene. Beta carotene changes to Vitamin A in the body.