Want to bake your own bread? Choose seasonal ingredients, make healthy and economical breads. Plus, bread making can be a great family activity.
A classic African dish which can be served as an accompaniment to dishes such as Egusi Soup, a rich spicy soup. Traditionally this dish is eaten communally with your hands. A small amount is rolled in the hand, then dipped into the soup before being eaten.
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.
Everybody I know loves this recipe! It makes two loaves so you can freeze one!
Eggy bread is always popular for breakfast or brunch on the weekends, plus it's something the whole family can enjoy! But if you prefer these for dessert instead, give them a light sprinkle of icing sugar and serve with vanilla ice cream.
A great way to get your kids a tasty, healthy snack. Fruit, whole wheat bread, nut butter, this dish covers it all!
This moist, healthy bread makes a high-energy breakfast or tea time snack.
This is a quick sandwich you can fix for yourself especially if you have leftover boiled potato. Being a vegetarian, I make it for myself at least once a week!
This is a quick sandwich you can make especially quickly if you have boiled potatoes in the fridge. Being vegetarian, I make it for myself at least once a week!
This is one of my favourite sandwiches which I often have for lunch! You can make it the night before and it stays good!
This is my dad’s favorite paratha. He likes to eat it by putting lots of ghee on it. I do too!
Roasted gram flour paratha with lots of spices in it.
This roti tastes great with garlic chutney, but if you have a sweet tooth eating this roti with gur (jaggery) is an amazing combo.
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 once again a classic Punjabi recipe that is a winner accompanied with sarson ka saag. There is nothing like sarson ka saag with makke ki roti on a cold winter afternoon! It is a little difficult to make but over the years I have finally learnt it! You may get disheartened trying to roll it with a rolling pin but believe me with a little bit of patience and effort anyone can make it!
This basic mango bread uses milk powder instead of eggs. You can even use any leftover baby formula powder in its place. This bread is delicious when served hot out of the oven, but can be kept for 2 to 3 days.
This is my son's anytime favourite. Three days out of five, he takes this to school for lunch.
This is a high fibre chapati from north Karnataka. Great with dal, raita, curries or just on its own. Jowar is easily available all over the country.
We love gobi parathas, but the traditional way of making them is such a hassle. I came up with an easy way that doesn't compromise on taste. Hope you'll like it too.
It is a delicious twist on regular paratha. I like it with "dalmoth," a sour and spicy bhujiya, but you can make it with any kind of bhujiya you like.