Kanji Vada is a popular recipe from Rajasthan (India). Kanji Vada consist of Vada made from moong dal (split green gram) which is immersed in tangy mustard water (known as Kanji). Kanji is very helpful in digestion. It is often prepared on Festival of Colors i.e. Holi.
Kanji is prepared in advance so that its flavor gets incorporated in water. Just before serving dip prepared vadas into it or you can serve kanji with boondi also sprinkled on top.
My today’s recipe is Cheesy Macroni. It is very easy and quick recipe. Its preparation requires lot of cheese. This recipe is liked by everyone especially kids and people who like cheese a lot. There are many ways to make it. Some people use 2-3 types of cheese to make this. Some people bake it. I have prepared it in a pan on gas stove and have used processed cheese.
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Serving – Will serve 2 – 3 people
Ingredients – 1. Boiled Macroni – 5 Cups 2. Butter – 2 Tbsp. 3. All-Purpose Flour – 2 Tbsp. 4. Hot Milk – 2 Cups 5. Grated Cheese – 1 Cup 6. Salt to Taste 7. Black Pepper Powder to Taste 8. Oregano for Garnishing.
Instructions 1. Heat butter in a pan. Add all-purpose flour. 2. Roast all-purpose flour in butter on low flame till it gets light in color. 3. Add in hot milk and stir it continuously so that no lumps are formed. 4. Add in grated cheese and mix. 5. Add in black pepper powder and salt and mix properly. 6. Add in boiled macroni and mix it such that it gets properly covered by sauce. 7. Garnish Cheesy Macroni with some oregano and serve.
Notes – 1. Quantity of butter and all-purpose flour should be same. 2. Milk should be hot otherwise lumps will be formed. 3. If sauce gets thicken you can add more quantity of hot milk. 4. I have not added any vegetable to it as I don’t like vegetables in this recipe. If you want you can add Red and Yellow Bell Pepper and Broccoli to it. 5. I have added processed cheese. You can add cheese of your choice.
Please try this recipe and share your feedback with me.
Methi ke Gote is a Gujarati snack which is prepared from Gram Flour and Fenugreek Leaves. It is a very popular Gujarati snack which you will find in every part of Gujarat. There are many people who make this gote at their home also. It is very easy recipe. It is normal procedure which you follow to make any type of pakodas. It is like a methi ke pakode only. It is served with Sweet Gujarati Kadhi and fried green chillies.
Gujarati Kadhi is little sweet, sour and spicy in taste. It is full of flavors. Main ingredients of kadhi are curd and gram flour. It is easy but little time consuming process. Hot kadhi always taste better as compared to cold kadhi. In my family we all love hot kadhi. We always make it in huge quantity and have two small bowls each. You can have this kadhi with khichdi or plain rice also.
Today is 69th Republic Day of India. Happy Republic Day to all my blogger friends.
To mark this occasion I have made Tricolor Dhokla. What Tricolor means. Tricolor consists of three colors i.e. Saffron (Upper Layer), White (Middle Layer) and Green (Lower Layer). Each color has its own significance.
Upper Layer i.e. Saffron Color symbolizes Strength and Courage of Country. Middle Layer i.e. White Color symbolizes Peace and Truth. Middle Layer has one Chakra i.e. Ashok Chakra. Lower Layer i.e. Green Color symbolizes Fertility, Growth and Auspiciousness of the Land.
Tricolor Dhokla is very delicious lip smacking snack recipe which is very easy and simple to make. No artificial color has been added to dhokla. Colors given to dhokla are from easily available ingredients at our home.