Tuesday, January 29, 2013

yummy Banana tofee

Banana tofee are usually made during christmas.as i have speacial cravings for sweet so  i dont wait for any occasion..... as do try it and leave your comments and suggestion.... and dont forget to like us on facebook for more and more recipies......


  1. banana -  2 nos
  1. oil for  frying

for batter;

  1. all purpose flour- 3/4 cup
  2. corn starch - 1/2 cup
  3. baking soda - 1/2 tsp
  4. salt - a pinch

for caramel coating

  1. sugar - 1/2
  2. water - 2 tsp


  1. first cut banana in to slices and keep side
  2. mix all the ingredients given for batter and make a paste 
  3. the batter should not be too thick or too thin. 
  4. now take a kadai heat the oil. now dip the banana slices in the batter and fry it in the oil till golden brown 
  5. fry and keep the banana slices aside

caramel coating

  1. take a non stick pan add water and sugar to it and cook in low flame until the sugar dissolves completly and get caramelized 
  2. now add the fried banana to the caremilized sugar add one by one and immidietly dip it into the cold water.
  3. do this with all the remaining slices
  4. banana tofee is ready to enjoy .....

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Sunday, January 27, 2013

Kurmura ladoo

kurmura ladoos is easy to make and a perfect snack at any time learn how to make these ladoos by following simple steps. dont forget to like us on facebook for more recipies and tips....... for now enjoy these yummy ladoos.


  1. puffed rice\kurmura - 4 cups
  2. jaggery - 1 cup
  3. ghee - 2


  1. take a pan preferably non-stick add ghee and jaggery and boil till the jaggery melts into syrup
  2. and cook further till the syrup gets the ball like consistency
  3. now add the kurmura/puffed rice and mix well
  4. after adding divide the mixture into equal sizes and shape into ladoo
  5. kurmura ladoo is ready to be served.

Friday, January 25, 2013


Today is a very special day{REPUBLIC DAY}, so thought of starting the day with a special indian delicacies , so decided of making battura's. soft and fluffy battura's are best eaten with chole..... it is usually made with maida/all purpose flour, but for healthier version i have added  wheat and maida half and half and believe i does'nt make much difference.


  1. All purpose flour/ maida - 2 cups
  2. Wheat atta - 2 cups
  3. curd - 1 cup
  4. oil- 1 tsp 
  5. salt as required
  6. soda - 1tsp
  7. water to knead the dough
  8. and oil for frying

  1. firstly sieve wheat atta , maida,soda,and salt in a bowl
  2. then add curd and give a mix.
  3.  add water gradually and knead a soft dough
  4. after kneading the dough apply oil and cover the dough with a damp cloth and leave for an hour or so
  5. after an hour divide the dough into equal parts and roll into circle  with the help of rolling pin and deep fry
  6. enjoy the battura's with chole

recipie for chole will be soon.........enjoy