Ever had besan laddoos stuffed in your mouth at weddings, pujas and festivals? From halwa, pooras and pakoras, take your pick from our well known to uniquely regional besan selection.
This recipe is perfect for cooler days. Put it on sookhi roti (khakra); add some chopped onions voila – a tasty winter lunch.
Roasted gram flour paratha with lots of spices in it.
One of the most famous delicacies of Rajasthan. This is traditional yet so versatile. I make it for every party and it is always a hit.
This recipe is our favorite Sunday breakfast. I like eating it with a spicy pickle; you can also make any stuffing and serve it to kids like a dosa.
This is a delightful savoury for all people who love the pungent flavours of garlic.
Everytime i make this dish, people want to know it's recipe. Here it is, folks!
A colourful twist to the regular dhokla .
My mom used to make this sandwich as a teatime snack when we were kids. She used to dip the bread into beasan and fry it.
A perfect snack for rainy evenings and the gossip crowd.
This is a richer variant of the traditional guttey. Mewa(dry fruits) and mawa(khoya) are the main ingredients of this dish.
I added a twist to my recipe and included coconut. My family loves these. And they're easy to make.
This is my sister's recipe and she makes it whenever we visit her. Our kids love this dish and I hope you do too!
If you like the flavour of besan (chickpea flour) in sweets, you will love this halwa. I often make this halwa instead of 'Besan Ladoo' or 'Mysore Pak'. My kids gobble it up even before it has a chance to cool down.
We make this couple of times a week as it’s a good change from regular rotis and healthy option too.
I love Gujarati style kadhi. It is more watery than Punjabi kadhi and I particularly like the sweet-sourness that is typical of Gujarati cooking. This kadhi is great with plain rice or khichdi.
This is an easy recipe to make especially on a cold winter afternoon! I add an ingredient to it which makes it a little more sour if you are using fresh yoghurt!
Plantains grow widely in Kerala. Hence, Plantain Bajji is a common and much loved snack.
Imagine a giant pakora with the heat of a large green chilli, softness of potato mix, calming texture of gram flour and an explosion of spices that make you want one more!
If you are like me and enjoy besan in sweets, then you will love Besan ladoo. What is even better is that they're very easy to make and keep well for many days. Not that they will last that long!
Bright yellow, with or without vegetables, Kadhi is great with roti or plain rice and ghee.