Boti Masala Chaat Recipe – Fryums Chaat Recipe

This interesting Boti Masala Chaat Recipe is popular amongst kids simply because of the crispy-crunchy lightly spiced ‘Botis’. In South India, these golden fryum fingers are called Botis. The fryums are cut into half, forming a boat-like shape. These boats are then filled with an Indian salad made of carrots and onions , with a drizzle of sweet-spicy chutney and the crispy puffed rice. When you bite into this boti masala there’s a party of textures in your mouth. 

Serve this Boti Masala Chaat as an evening snack with Cinnamon Spiced Black Lemon Tea Recipe or Masala Chai Recipe – Indian Spiced Tea.

If you like this Boti Masala Chaat Recipe, take a look at some more such Chaat recipes: 

  1. Idli Chaat Recipe
  2. Gol Gappa Chaat Recipe
  3. Bhel Puri With Raw Mango Recipe
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12 Interesting Raw Mango Chutney Recipes To Make This Summer

Chutneys are by far the most commonly served condiments across Indian cuisine, be it in North India or in South India, freshly made with fresh ingredients. 

With the summer season around the corner and the markets being flooded with mangoes, we bring to you a variety of refreshing Raw Mango Chutney Recipes can you can serve in as many ways as you can.

A simple mixture of ingredients, blitzed in a mixer grinder, this raw preparation can be made with various permutation and combination of region specific ingredients. Most often the chutneys are given a tadka, elevating and enhancing the flavour of the chutney. 

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Carrot Tadka Raita Recipe- Crunchy Grated Carrot In Yogurt

Carrot Tadka Raita is a highly simple recipe which is a combination of crunchy carrots and yogurt with simple spices. What makes all the difference is the tadka ! The tadka is made of cumin seeds and garlic and adds loads of flavor in the Carrot Tadka Raita.

Did you know: Carrots are an excellent source of vitamin A, vitamin C needs and iron. It is the antioxidant beta-carotene that gives carrots their bright orange color. Beta-carotene is absorbed in the intestine and converted into vitamin A during digestion. Carrots are also the powerhouse of fiber, vitamin K, potassium, folate, manganese, phosphorous, magnesium, vitamin E, and zinc.

Serve Carrot Tadka Raita along with Stuffed Mooli Paratha Recipe (Radish Flat Bread) or Baby Corn and Tomato Mixed Rice Recipe.

Take a look at some more Raita recipes: 

  1. Spring Onion and Peanut Raita Recipe
  2. Avocado Raita Recipe (Avocado Yogurt Cold Soup/ Salad)
  3. Palak Raita Recipe (Spinach Yogurt Salad) 
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Kesar Chai Recipe – A Delicious Saffron Flavored Indian Tea

Kesar Chai Recipe is a comforting drink had during a Tea Time snack or even for a morning breakfast. The addition of saffron strands while the water is boiling for the tea, gives the tea a deep orange color. Once you add the tea leaves, allow it to brew just a little to ensure the tea is light and does not turn bitter.

Kesar Chai makes a perfect light tea for breakfast or an evening snack.

Serve the Kesar Chai Recipe along with Samosa or Vegetable Bajji or Pakora for an evening snack. 

If you are looking for more Chai Recipes here are some : 

  1. Masala Chai Recipe – Indian Spiced Tea
  2. Ginger Cardamom Chai (Spice Infused Indian Style Milk Tea)
  3. Adrak Chai Recipe (Indian Style Ginger Tea )
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Kalmi Kabab Recipe – Mughlai Style Chicken Tangdi Kebab

A popular non-vegetarian appetizer from the Mughlai cuisine, Kalmi Kebab uses the leg piece or the chicken drumstick.

Coated in rich and flavoursome marinade, the spices give it a depth of flavour, while the yogurt keeps them succulent and juicy. The kalmi kababs get a distinctive nutty aroma from the addition of cashews. The flavours are rather mild yet the kebabs taste delicious.

Serve Kalmi Kebab as a party starter along with Pickled Onions and Dahi Pudina Chutney. You can also make it as a side dish with your simple meal of Lahsuni Dal and Steamed Rice.

Take a look at some more Mughlai Recipes, that you can make for your weekend meals:

  1. Mughlai Style Chicken Haleem Recipe
  2. Veg Mughlai Paratha Recipe
  3. Mughlai Zafrani Murg Recipe
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Kalyana Veetu Senai Curry Recipe – South Indian Spicy Roasted Yam

Kalyana Veetu Senai Curry also called as Senai Kizhangu, is a yam recipe where cooked yam is roasted with coconut and everyday South Indian masalas like sambar powder, red chilli powder and coriander powder. Yam is cooked in different styles during special occasions, but this one is specially cooked during weddings in Tamil Nadu.

This Senai Curry is spicy and tastes good with rasam/sambar and steamed rice. Do give this recipe a try and we are sure you will make this often for your everyday meals.

Serve Kalyana Veetu Senai Curry along with Keerai Sambar and Steamed Rice for a weekday lunch. You can also pack it in your Lunch Box along with Palak Raita and Tawa Paratha.

If you like this recipe, you can also try other Yam recipes which you can include in your everyday meals:

  1. Dahi Suran Ki Kadhi Recipe
  2. Kerala Style Chena Mezhukkupuratty Recipe
  3. Surana Bhaji Recipe
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How To Make Homemade Idiyappam Recipe – Rice Sevai Recipe

Homemade Idiyappam also known as Sevai, is a traditional South Indian recipe that is made from freshly ground rice using a traditional Sevai Maker. 

Sevai also known as savory rice noodles is a tiffin speciality in Tamil Brahmin households. There are many variations to this classic breakfast sevai: lemon sevai, coconut sevai, ell sevai, vella sevai, curd sevai and puli sevai. Sevai is also goes by the name of hoppers in Sri Lankan cuisine. 

Nothing is more satisfying than making sevai from scratch. A very humble and simple dish, with little effort you can make these delicious rice noodles at home. When cooked, these rice noodle should taste like fresh rice with a tender but not mushy bite.

Serve the Homemade Idiyappam/ Sevai Recipe, for a South Indian breakfast or South Indian dinner along with Mixed Vegetable Korma or Kerala Style Vegetable Stew Recipe with Coconut Milk.

If you like the Homemade Idiyappam/ Sevai Recipe, you can try other Idiyappam recipes like

  1. Homemade Lemon Sevai Recipe – Lemon Idiyappam Recipe
  2. Kara Sevai Recipe
  3. Homemade Thengai Sevai Recipe – Coconut Idiyappam Recipe
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Mushroom Masala Cheese Omelette Recipe

Mushroom Masala Cheese Omelette Recipe is a wholesome and high protein omelette that is packed with taste from mushrooms, green chillies and coriander. The addition of cheese adds to the creaminess and fluffiness.  

Mushrooms are edible fungi and not vegetables as most may assume. They are rich in Vitamin D and one of the few sources of plant based Vitamin D. This important mineral is essential to the body as Vitamin D is important for absorption of calcium in the body. They are rich in B vitamins, folate and also dietary fibre. Mushrooms lowers cholesterol levels in the body and also aids in weight loss and building muscle mass

Serve the Mushroom Masala Omelette along with a Toast, fruits and a cup of Masala Chai or Filter Coffee.

If you are looking for more High protein Indian breakfast recipes, below are some of the recipes you can try.

  1. Vegetable Rava Upma Recipe (Savory Semolina Breakfast Pudding)
  2. Cabbage Paneer Parathas Recipe
  3. Upma Kozhukattai Recipe
  4. High Protein Moong Dal Cheela Recipe With Stuffed Paneer
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Kathal Masaledar Sabzi Recipe – Jackfruit Masala Sabzi

Kathal Masala Sabzi Recipe is a delicious and spicy gravy prepared with kathal/ raw jackfruit along with potatoes cooked in a spicy tomato and onion gravy.

Kathal is a seasonal fruit and is available during the initial months of the summer season in India – February, March and through the summer months. Kathal having a meaty texture, can be used as a substitute for chicken or mutton. 

Did you know: Raw Jackfruit comes with a whole host of benefits – it is a diabetic friendly fruit which also aids in weight loss and helps reduce cholesterol in your body. Raw Jackfruit is high in vitamin C and high in fibre content and also in calcium that is really essential in bone health. 

Serve Kathal Masala Sabzi Recipe along with Phulkas or even Jeera Rice along with a Carrot Salad and a bowl of curd for a complete and simple Sunday lunch.

For an Indian Diabetic meal, serve this Kathal Masala Sabzi Recipe along with Masala Jowar Methi Roti Recipe and Kollu Pachadi Recipe for a full meal. 

If you like this recipe of Kathal Masala Sabzi Recipe, here are a few more Raw Jackfruit recipes

  1. South Indian Style Raw Jackfruit And Peanut Masala Fry Recipe
  2. Jackfruit Biryani (Kathal Biryani) Recipe
  3. Kerala Style Chakka Adai Recipe (Rice Flour and Jackfruit Flatbread Recipe)
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