Kheer has always been a part of the Indian spread. Times have changed, but kheer continues to find a special place in our meal! over time, several variations of kheer have emerged
Payasam or Kheer is a traditional Indian dessert that is served in weddings, made for festivals and so on. It is the simplest of Indian desserts that can be whipped up in a jiffy. if needed and also chop the apple finely instead of grating.
1 cup Oats (quacker oats)
1 cup apple (unpeeled)
4 tsp Sugar
1 cup Milk
A pinch of Elaichi (cardamom) powder
Take a non stick pan. Add oats and dry roast in a low heat till golden color. keep aside
Take the apple and cut into small pieces
Now take a bowl add apple&milk heat on medium flame by stirring in between for about 15 mins
Now add oats & Stir well.
Now Add sugar & cardamom powder and stir well to make sure there are no lumps.
Keep it on low flame for one minute.
Garnish with almonds and raisins.
Serve hot or u can freeze it also have chilled kheer which will be more tastier
In south medu vada is a popular snack or breakfast dish which is usually served with coconu chutney and sambhar You can have it with tomato sauce also… In this recipe i have made vada using oats which is very healthy recipe ..Oats vada is like Healthy Donut because it’s made from Oats
1 cup Oats ( quakers oats)
1/2 cup Urad dhal
1/2 cup Onion, chopped
1 Green chilli, chopped
1 tsp Ginger, finely chopped
1 tsp fennel seeds
Salt to taste Oil- to fry
First Soak the urad dal in water about two hours and grind them as coarse paste without water, if its too hard to grind,just sprinkle some water
In a mixing bowl add oats, salt, ginger, , curry leaves, onion, and cumin seeds to the paste
Mix well with hand if you fell the mixture is dry sprinkle some water.
Take a pan pour oil and heat it
Now take a small ball from the mixture, flatten them in your palms make a hot in middle and gently put them in hot oil.
Deep fry this in medium flame till it become golden & crispy.
Every mom want to give healthy food to her kid.. But kids dont like to eat food properly.. So i tried this healthy ladoo which is a very healthy and delicious snack prepared with oats &sesame . Its prepared without any oil or ghee…. It can be given to kids as an after school snacks or can be packed in their snack box. You can also take these when travelling.and it also help to prevent constipation. They are delicious and easy to make!!
So Today let us see how to make Oats Sesame Laddu step by step…. Its my favourite ….
1 cup Oats ( i have used quakers oats)
1 cup Sesame seeds
1.25 cup Jaggery
a pinch of Cardamom powder
Dry roast oats separately until nice aroma wafts out. Allow it to cool
Dry roast sesame separately until lightly golden .Let it cool
Now take oats and powder it in a blender and add sesame seeds and powder it
Add half of the jaggery and blend well then add the other hald jaggery now blend and mix it well
Now take in a bowl and rolls it to balls
Yummy healthy oats sesame ladoo is ready to have ..
Store in a tight container
Bottle Guard i know many of us escape when we hear this vegetable name .. Its good for health and has more nutritious value.Bottle gourd is extremely popular for reducing high blood pressure and keeping your heart healthy I use to make dudhi muthiya for dinner .. My kids love it so i cook in the morning and send in their school lunch too. Its very healthy and i am damm sure if u make it ur kids too will love it ..
‘Muthia’ comes from Western part of India … mostly eaten in Gujarat and Rajasthan .. It can be eaten as breakfast, as a ‘tea time’ snack or for lunch or for dinner…
So it can be enjoyed at any time..
1 cup Grated Dudhi ( Bottle Gourd)
1 cup steamed rice
1 cup wheat flour
2 tsp Oil
2 tsp Mustard seeds
1 tsp jeera
1 tsp urad dal
1 tsp grated garlic
1 pinch of Asafoetida (Hing)
2 tsp red chilli powder (based on ur taste how spicy u like to eat )
1 tsp daniya powder
1/2 tsp haldi powder
2 green chilli
7-8 curry leaves
Salt to taste
Water to knead the dough and for steaming the Muthias
1)Peel the skin of the Dudhi and grate it. Squeeze out all water from the Dudhi
2)Take a big plate add one cup wheat flour, dudhi,
and add one cup of steam rice.. mix it then add 1 tsp chilli posder, 1/2 dhaniya powder and 1/4 haldi powder, little salt and oil
Mix the ingredients well if needed add little water and make a dough keep aside for 5 min
3) Apply some oil to both your palms, and start making cylindrical shapes out of the dough, by taking small portions of the dough at a time like this
4)Now take a big kadai add water,let it boil then add muthias to them, close it with a big lid and cook for 20 min. To know if the Muthias are done, prick it with a fork or a knife or a tooth pick and see if it comes out dry. If not cook it more.
5)Once all the Muthias are cooked,take out allow it to cool and cut small round pieces of each cylinder
6)Now take a pan add Asafoetida (Hing),Urad daal,jeera,Mustard seeds one by one .. then add garlic , green chilly and curry leaves fry it.. now add the remaining dry masalas fry add lemon and add the muthias and mix well frt it for 5 mins
7)The hot muthias is ready to serve. Garnish it with coriander leaves and serve it with Khadi or chutney or ketchup…
My family enjoy and it and its my fav now its ur turn to try it enjoy it..
Any doubt i am always here to solve it
Hey all lovely mothers,
Are u soo confused what to pack in ur kids lunch… try this .. sure ur kiddo will love this healthy yummy pav bhaji….as my daughter love it so much ….
Pav Baji is a favourite fast food dish in India… Pav is bun & Bhaji is mixed vegetable.. My kids love it very much especially when they take it for school. Pav bhaji is very healthy and its available in street food all over India but i love to prepare at home & all my family members love it… Here are the simple and easy step by step way to prepare pav bhaji at home !!!!
Potatoes 4 medium
Tomatoes 4 medium
Onions 2 medium
Garlic 8-10 cloves
Beans 1 cup
Green capsicum 1 medium
Fresh coriander leaves 1/4 cup
Green peas shelled 1/4 cup
Oil 3 tablespoons
Asafoetida 1/4 tsp
Red chilli powder 1 tsp
Tumeric powder 1/4 tsp
Salt to taste
Pav bhaji masala 1 1/2 tablespoons
Butter 3 tablespoons
1) Wash, peel and roughly chop fine all the vegetables(carrot,beans,beetroot,capsicum) & potato (as we have to cut in 2 pieces)… Add the vegetables to a pressure cooker with a glass of water and salt to taste.Cook for up to 3 whistles.
2) When the pressure is gone, let it cool before grinding to a puree. and take the potatoes peel it and smash it like this and keep aside….
3)Finely chop onion,tomato & garlic keep it ready
4)In a kadhai just melt butter add as asafoetida ,garlic & fry. Now add onions and saute till dark brown.Add tomatoes &some peas and cook till the oil separates.
5)Add the turmeric powder, chilli powder, pav bhaji masala, salt and cook for 2 to 3 minutes.
6)Now add smashed vegetables and potatoes and mash thoroughly &add some water and allow to cook for 5 to 10 mins…
7)I get fresh pav readymade from outside… Slice each pav into 2 horizontally.
8)Apply a little butter to each side
9)Heat a large tava and cook the pav on both sides till the pieces are lightly browned.
10)Now garnish the bhaji with coriander leaves, remaining butter and serve hot with pav & chopped onion and lemon..