Wednesday, October 19, 2016


These rolls are super simple starters and can prepare in jiffy. All you need to do is to buy a bottle of schezwan sause which is the keen ingredient for this. You can add any stuffing of your choice. Here I have used paneer. You can substitute with mushrooms or babycorns or grilled chicken as well. The bread can be shallow fry ed if kids wanted the crunchiness but I have kept my rolls simple as my kid adore the softness of the bread. Its just perfect for kids and adults.


2 tbsp Readymade Schezwan Sause.

3 Slice of Milk Bread

1/2 cup Paneer cubes

1 Onion diced

2 tbsp Garlic

Tomato sauce for garnish.


Salt to taste.


Trim the edges of bread and roll them with a rolling pic to became a thin square. Keep it aside.

Heat butter in a nonstick pan. Fry the garlic and onions till its half cooked. Drop in the paneer pieces and saute them well. Now add schezwan sause and mix well and keep it aside.  Now take the bread. Apply some butter all over and spoon 2 tsp of stuffing in the middle. Apply some water in the sides of the bread and roll them carefully. Seal the sides. Place them on the plate and garnish with tomato sauce on top :)


Tuesday, October 18, 2016


Omelettes or scramble eggs are the most popular and easiest breakfast ever. I and my family loves to have them weekly thrice. On weekends I tried making with the addition of cheese which was super cheesy and so yummy. To make it more attractive, I added few veggies which lead with an extra crunch on each bite. TIP : For the fluffy and extra softness, try adding cream or milk. No doubt for the people who love cheese like a hell, you would fall in love with this dish :)


4 Eggs

2 Onions

1 Tomatoes

1 Capsicum.

1 tbsp Grated Ginger

Sprigs of Curry leaves

1 tbsp Jeera.

2 tbsp Heavy cream

2 Green chillies

1/2 tsp Red chilly

1/2 tsp Turmeric pd.

Pinch of Oregano

1 tbsp Oil

2 to 3 Cheese slices.

3 tbsp Shredded cheese

Salt and pepper to taste.


First in a bowl whisk the eggs with heavy cream, salt and pepper. keep it aside.  Heat oil in a kadai.  Add jeera and ginger. Fry them for a while. Add curry leaves and onions adding a pinch of salt. Then add tomatoes and capsicum. Once the veggies are well sauteed and half fryed, pour the egg mixture. Immediately reduce the heat to the medium low. Make sure you don't stir it now. Scramble them once the egg begins to set. Add the shredded cheese now.  Continue scraping your wooden spoon along the bottom of the pan to redistribute the eggs. Turn off the heat and it will start cooking in its own heat of the pan. Once its almost done, divide the egg mixture into two plate now. Place a slice of cheese on top and sprinkle oregano on top and micro for a min or until cheese melts. Top it with extra leftover egg mixture and serve hot.


Thursday, October 6, 2016


Its a real treat for cheesy lovers. Not only kids, even adults adore this quick delectable snack. These cute little balls are filled with oozy gooey cheese that just melts heavenly. Its super to eat. The best dip to have these are with ketchup


2 Large Potatoes (boiled and mashed)

1/4 Cup Steamed Corns kernels.

2 Pearl Onions chopped.

1/2 tsp Grated Ginger

2 tsp Pepper pd.

1/2 tbsp Oregano.

1 tbsp Cornflour.

2 tbsp Maida

2 tbsp Coriander leaves.

Pinch of cooking soda.

Salt to taste.


Cubed Mozarella cheese

2 tbsp Cornflour

1 cup Breadcrumbs

Adequate water for making the paste.


In a bowl, mash the potatoes. Add in the ingredients mentioned above one by one.  Once the mixture is ready, take a small portion and shape into a small ball. Place a small cube of cheese and make it into a ball.
Make a slurry of cornflour and water and keep it aside. Now dip each balls into the cornflour mixture and and roll it in a breadcrumbs. Once its done, just freeze them for about half an hour. This helps the balls to get little firm. Heat oil in a kadai and deep fry them till it turns golden brown.

Serve them hot with ketchup.


Monday, September 12, 2016


I got this interesting recipe which is just perfect to have for breakfast from Raks kitchen. No doubt shez an amazing blogger. I have tried so many of her recipe which were all outstanding and upto mark. Thank you so much Raks for sharing the recipe. So coming back with recipe, these idlies are healthy combination of wheat rava and roasted oats. I just loved the texture, its colour and its super softness. For recipe please click here


Thursday, September 8, 2016


This is extremely simple egg curry and can be put together within half an hour. If you like the taste and flavour of coriander leaves, do try this recipe for a change. You can also add mint along. This curry goes well with chappati or neer dosa or even with siimple pulav.

1 Bunch of Coriander leaves along with stem.

3 cloves of Garlic.

2 tsp Grated Ginger.

2 Green chilly.

2 tsp Poppy seeds.


4 Boiled eggs.

2 Onions.

1 tsp Turmeric pd

2 tsp Coriander pd.

Pinch of Garam masala (optional)

1 tsp Lime juice

Salt to taste.

1 tbsp Oil.


Make a small slit or prick the eggs with fork and keep it aside. Grind the ingredients listed under 'to grind' with littlw water in separate batch and keep it aside. Heat oil in a pan, add jeera and add the finely chopped onions. Cook till it becomes golden brown. Then add the set of ground mixture and cook for 3 to 4 min till the raw smell disappears. Now add turmeric powder, coriander pd, and a pinch of garam masala and saute. As soon as you see oil starts appearing, add 1/2 cup of water and bring it to boil. Drop in the boiled eggs and cook for another 2 min. Add a tsp of lime juice on top. Serve hot with chappathi or phulka or neer dosa.