Monday, December 17, 2018


In north Karnataka, Belgaum kunda is one of the most popular detectable dessert. Myself being a Milk lover,  I fell in love with this sweet when I tasted for the first time when one of my best friend from belgaum visited our place. Within few days, I was just tempting to have kunda so decided to give it a try 😋

This is a milk sweet where milk is reduced, curdled and is cooked with caramelized sugar to get that bright golden colour :) Now let me tell you in advance ie huh ...All you need is to have lots of patience just to stir the mixture for the longer time 😅😅😅

1 Liter Milk

1 Cup Curd

1 Cup Sugar (This includes 1/2 cup sugar for caramelizing )

Cardamon powder

Fried Dry fruits for garnish

Ghee (optional)

In a deep bottomed pan. Pour the milk and bring it to boil. Reduce the flame and stir occasionally so that it does not stick to the bottom. Once the milk reduces to the 1/3rd of the original  quantity, add  1/2 cup of sugar and curd. The milk will start curdling and the whey will separate out. Keep stirring it under medium flame.
In another pan, under medium flame, add rest of the sugar. The sugar will start caramelizing. Make sure it does not get burnt. Immediately pour them into the curdling milk mixture and stir well till the consistency comes like solid mass. Add fried dry fruits and cardamom powder and serve :) Drizzle ghee on top if you prefer :)


Monday, December 10, 2018


Soya burgers are the mini meals for kids. They just love them to have soon after coming from school if I am right because my gal is just crazy of burgers :) These soya patties are very healthy and super simple to make. Veggies like grated carrots, peas or sweet corns anything what kids love can be incorporated. Its then ended up placing fresh veggies, mayo & cheese which is of course another fav ingredient. So don't wait for long to try out this recipe ;) Go ahead


Ready made Burger Buns


Cheese slices

Onion slices

Tomato slices

Lettuce (optional)

1 tbsp Oil


2 Cups Minced Soya

1/2 Cup Boiled Potatoes

3/4 Cup Breadcrumbs

1 tbsp Grated Ginger and Garlic(fresh)

1/2 Cup Chopped Onion

2 tbsp Coriander leaves

1 tsp Red chilly flakes

Pinch of Garam masala or curry powder

1 tsp Lime juice.

Salt to taste


In a bowl, mix all the ingredients listed above one by one for making soya patties. Mix well and divide them into 4 big patties or according to the size of ur buns.

Heat oil in a tawa or grilled pan. Shallow fry the patties on both the sides till crisp or until the colour changes brown. Keep them aside and place cheese upon each hot patties. Don't skip this process as it tastes very good when the cheese gets a bit melted on patties :)

Now cut the buns into half. Spread 1 tbsp of mayonnaise on each base and place some onion slice, tomato, lettuce on them. Upon that cheesy soya patties, some seasoning and cover them with another half of the mayo buns.

Secure with a toothpick and serve immediately :)


Monday, December 3, 2018


 This yummy appetizer is a classic starters which is just perfect on parties and get-together. The crunch of an egg is really a nice change with the velvety soft filling. It is just heavenly in taste and melts in ur mouth ;) I bet can't stop having only one ;)  Try out friends and do let me know the feedback. This is surly a treat for the egg lovers :)

2 Big Onions

8 pods of Garlic ( more or less)

Salt and Pepper to taste.

2 tsp Butter


4 Eggs Yolk

2 to 3 tbsp Mayonnaise

Coriander leaves

Pinch of Oregano

Salt and Pepper to taste


4 Hard Boiled Eggs

1 Cup Roasted Oats (just to spread enough on plate for coating)

2 tbsp Cornflour

Water to dilute

Salt and Pepper to taste

Oil for deep fry.


In a pan add butter and saute onion and garlic till translucent. Season with salt and pepper and keep it aside. Dry roast oats till u get nice aroma. Blend them coarsely and spread them on a plate.
Cut the boiled eggs into half lengthwise and remove the yolk carefully. In a bowl, mix in mayonnaise with yolk, coriander leaves, and the seasoning. Keep it aside.

Prepare cornflour mixture adding cornflour, water , salt and pepper. The consistency should be thin. and smooth without any lumps. Keep it aside.

Heat oil for deep fry. Now the fun part comes. Take an half egg, dip it into the cornflour mixture then into the oats mixture and keep it side. Repeat the same with the rest. Once the oil is hot, drop each into the oil very carefully. Fry them on both the sides until golden brown and crisp. Drain them on a paper tissue and allow them to cool. Once done, Place the fried crunchy eggs on a plate. Scoop out the yolk mixture and spoon them gently as shown in the pic Upon that gently place the fried onion garlic masala.
Serve immediately.


Thursday, October 25, 2018


I came cross one interesting site which made me try this awesome recipe. The pic was so attractive and tempting that I could not stop myself trying out. The result was superhit. These tiny bubbly delight tastes sooo good and yummy that you would never stop putting them in your mouth again an again :) They just burst up and then melts automatically. This is so simple to make only with 3 ingredients. No doubt kids will surly fall in love with it.

These can be eaten as it is or with Pannacotta.

To know the recipe please click HERE. So guys do try out and let me know the results :)


Tuesday, October 9, 2018


Palak are very healthy and its natural source of iron. Palak puri are prepared with spinach puree along with some aromatic spices. These can be eaten as it is or with your fav curry. Here I prepared Tomato in coconut gravy which equally taste delicious with these cuties. With come up with the curry recipe soon :)

1 1/2 Cup Wheat flour

1 tbsp Rava

1 tsp Ajwain

2 tsp Coriander jeera powder

1 tsp Garam masala (optional)

2 tsp Ghee or Oil

Salt to taste

Water as needed

Oil for deep fry.


250 grams Palak leaves (washed and cleaned)

1 tbsp Grated Ginger

2 Green chillies


Blend the ingredients given above for palak puree adding just 2 tsp of water if needed. Now take wheat flour and rava in a mixing bowl. Add all the ingredients one by one along with palak puree. Add water and make it into a semi soft dough. Apply little oil on top and let it sit for 10 min. Divide the dough into small balls. Meanwhile heat oil in a kadai. With the help of rolling pin, gently roll to make 3-4 inch puri. Deep fry the puris on both the sides. Serve hot with ur fav dip :)