Kanchipuram Masala Dosa Recipe With Soya Dosa Batter

Kanchipuram Masala Dosa is a breakfast recipe that is stuffed with beetroot, carrot, onion and regular potato masala. This is available in many local restaurants in Kerala and Tamil Nadu. Dosa is a favorite breakfast recipe, try to make variations by adding some vegetables which ends up making it a healthy start for your day. Kanchipuram Masala Dosa is a healthy way to treat your kids with some vegetables along with the dosa. 

Serve the Kanchipuram Masala Dosa along with onion sambar and coconut chutney for a wholesome breakfast along with filter coffee.

Other recipes that you can try are:

  1. Oatmeal Dosa Recipe (Savoury Oatmeal Breakfast Crepes)
  2. Homemade Crisp Ghee Roast Dosa
  3. Tomato Dosa Recipe (South Indian Tomato Dosa)
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Chaat Masala Mashed Potato Toasted Sandwich Recipe

Chaat Style Mashed Potato Toasted Sandwich Recipe is a perfect tasty snack, spiced with typical Indian flavours, especially for those who like their snacks really hot. The key to a hot, tasty Indian sandwich like this is the chutney. Making a good chutney can change your sandwich for good.

This Chaat Style Mashed Potato Toasted Sandwich uses two types of chutneys — a Coriander-Mint Chutney along with a Dates-Tamarind Chutney — as do most Indian chaats. The sandwich has a delicate crunch to the bread, with a soft interior of potato, served with the chutneys that cover a range of flavours from sweet and tangy to spicy and zesty.

You can boil the potatoes and prepare the chutneys ahead of time, and this sandwich is a breeze to put together. The filling can also be used the same filling to make parathas or tikkis.

Serve the Chaat Style Mashed Potato Toasted Sandwich Recipe for your tea parties along with a hot cup of Adrak Chai.

If you are looking fo more Tea Party Appetizer Recipes, here are some : 

  1. Sichuan Style Chilli Potato Recipe
  2. Paneer Satay Recipe (Healthy Vegetarian Appetizer)
  3. Vegetable Bajji Recipe (Pakora/Fritters)
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Pheki Mathri Recipe – Crispy Fried Savoury Fritters

Pheki Mathri Recipe is a nostalgic one for me. It takes me back to train journeys from my childhood, which always invoke memories of two things – aloo poori and mathri-achar. The pheki (salt less) mathri crispy fried to perfection, is one of my favorite North Indian snacks especially when eaten with the Punjabi mango pickle. The texture of mathri is a classic – almost like savory flaky shortcrust. Crisp on the outside yet soft and flaky on the inside. Pheki Mathri Recipe would always be a part of our long train journeys but are also great to make ahead for Diwali.

Serve Pheki Mathri Recipe as a tea time snack  along with Aam Ka Achaar Recipe and a hot cup of  Masala Chai

Here are some more Mathri Recipe options for you to try

  1. Baked Mathri Recipe (Non Fried Tea Time Snack)
  2. Baked Multigrain Mathri (Crackers) with Italian Flavors
  3. Mithi Mathri Recipe (Crispy Fried Sweet Fritters)
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Mulakushyam Recipe – A Mixed Vegetable Lentil Curry

Mulakushyam is an easy recipe from the Palakkad Cuisine. It is a dish comprising of the combination of lentils, essentially Moong Dal cooked along with vegetables with a drizzle of coconut oil to add a Palakad touch to the recipe.

You can add any vegetable of your choice like pumpkins, gourds etc. Adding a variety of vegetables in a lentil curry ensures that you get more nutrition. 

Serve the Mulakushyam along with Steamed Rice , Elai Vadam and Pisarna Manga Recipe for a quick and wholesome weeknight dinner.

Here are more recipes from the same cuisine

  1. Appam Recipe (Coconut Banana Fritters)
  2. Mulakootal Recipe (Vegetables In Coconut Gravy)
  3. Vepilakatti | Lime Leaves Pickle Recipe
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Chilli Cheese Paratha Recipe

The Chilli Cheese Paratha Recipe is something that I make when I am short of vegetables at home.

This is one of my favorite quick and easy dinners that I make often at home which has a simple set of ingredients and the addition of Britannia Cheese makes it absolutely melt in the mouth delicious. 

Chilli Cheese Paratha is a hit with everyone at home especially the kids. You can adjust the spice and the heat in the paratha to suit your kids taste. 

Serve Chilli Cheese Paratha Recipe with  Aam Ka Achaar  or Garlic Chutney and a bowl of homemade yogurt for a special weekend breakfast.

Here are more paratha recipes to try

  1. Whole Wheat Spinach Paneer Lifafa Paratha Recipe
  2. Cabbage Paneer Parathas Recipe
  3. Avocado Paratha Recipe
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Baked Bhakarwadi Recipe

Bhakarwadi  is a very popular Maharashtrian spicy tea time snack. The origin of the Bhakarwadi actually is in Gujrat and the Gujarati Bhakarwadi is a little different than the Maharashtrian Bhakarwadi.

The filling of the Bhakarwadi is made with different seeds like poppy seeds, sesame seeds mixed along with various different spices in the right portion to get the balance of the sweet, spice and tangy which is the signature flavour of a bhakarwadi. 

Traditionally the Bhakarwadi is deep fried but we have made them a little healthy by baking them. With less oil and lot of spicy, sweet and tangy goodness these Baked Bhakarwadi are sure to satisfy your tea time hunger. . They can be made in big batches and stored for weeks at room temperature.

Baked Bhakarwadi make a great festival snack and you can make them for Diwali or holi or a tea party snack. Baked Bhakarwadi are always a crowd pleaser. 

Serve Baked Bhakarwadi Recipe as a tea time snack along with a hot cup of Adrak Chai

If you like this recipe, here are more snack recipes to try

  1. Rajma Cutlet (Kidney Beans Patties) Recipe
  2. Hari Matar Ke Pakode Recipe (Green Pea Fritters)
  3. Pappu Chekkalu Recipe (Andhra Style Spiced Rice Cracker)
  4. Jowar Dhani Chivda Recipe
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