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Make delicious dahi kabab recipe step by step

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    About the recipe    Dahi kababs recipe also known as dahi ke kabab are quite a common kind of vegetarian kebabs eaten in Northern India. These are made of hung curd, paneer, flour and basic spice powders. These are mostly found on the North Indian restaurant menus and are loved by many for their soft mouth melting interior texture while they are crisp from outside. These are quite rich in taste and texture so these are great to make on occasions like when you have guests home or for festive meals. Dahi kabab are best served as an appetizer with green chutney or mint kebab chutney. Kebabs are usually shallow fried, grilled or pan fried. However dahi kabab are not good to pan fry as they turn too soft & do not cook well from inside. They taste delicious even when grilled in oven. The key to making the best dahi ke kabab is to use fresh curd that is not sour tasting. If dahi has even a slight sour flavor it will ruin the entire dish. Also using paneer & hung curd that has no d

Make delicious dahi kabab recipe step by step

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    About the recipe    Dahi kababs recipe also known as dahi ke kabab are quite a common kind of vegetarian kebabs eaten in Northern India. These are made of hung curd, paneer, flour and basic spice powders. These are mostly found on the North Indian restaurant menus and are loved by many for their soft mouth melting interior texture while they are crisp from outside. These are quite rich in taste and texture so these are great to make on occasions like when you have guests home or for festive meals. Dahi kabab are best served as an appetizer with green chutney or mint kebab chutney. Kebabs are usually shallow fried, grilled or pan fried. However dahi kabab are not good to pan fry as they turn too soft & do not cook well from inside. They taste delicious even when grilled in oven. The key to making the best dahi ke kabab is to use fresh curd that is not sour tasting. If dahi has even a slight sour flavor it will ruin the entire dish. Also using paneer & hung curd that has no d

make crispy and tasty aloo tikki

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  About the recipe    Simple spiced potato patties to enjoy as a snack. Aloo tikki is a popular Snack across India made using mashed potatoes, spice powders and other basic ingredients. There are two ways aloo tikki is made, one is by stuffing chana dal and the other one is a simple patty which can be done very quickly if boiled potatoes are ready. The recipe shared here in this post yields crispy aloo tikki that do not absorb much oil and taste delicious. I have made these thin, you can make them however you like thick or thin, large or small all to suit your taste or convenience. The thin and flat ones turn crisp and taste exceptionally good since the mixture from inside gets cooked completely and they do not turn soggy. You can deep fry, shallow fry or pan fry them, the taste of the pan fry tikkis differs. These crispy fried snack are good to enjoy hot with mint chutney or with green chutney. However they can also be had with a cup of black tea or coffee or can be served in burgers

Make spicy and crispy paneer pakoda recipe

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About the recipe    Quick pakoda recipe using Paneer, Indian cottage cheese, chickpea flour and spices. Paneer pakoda can be made when you have sudden guests home or want to make something instantly for your family.  These also go as a very good  starter or snack for kids’ parties. As it requires no chopping or any other kind of preparation work they are very very quick to make. Paneer pakora can be served with green chutney or can be had as it is with your evening cup of tea. I made these along with garlic red chili chutney sometime back on a weekend for the evening snack. Usually for pakora recipes, there is no rice flour used. But I have used here just to make them crispy. You can skip it if you do not have. Recipe type: Snack Cuisine: Indian Yield / Serves: 3 to 4   What Ingredients it Requires ?   200 grams paneer cut to desired sizes: ¼ tsp red chili powder ½ tsp chaat masala ½ tsp garam masala Oil for deep frying For pakora batter: ½ cup besan 2 tbsps rice flour or corn flour (t