chiwda

South indian mixture recipe – Diwali snack / savoury recipes

Last year , I had posted a chiwda/mixture recipe which is mostly made in Maharashtra. I find it easier to make that and have been making that almost every year during diwali. This time I asked my grandmother for diwali snacks and sweets suggestions. Among the sweets , she suggested boondi ladoo as she had taught me last year to make them. But I still dont feel confident about making them. She then asked me to try badusha. I have never made that , so I decided to make a small amount of it as it sounded a little simple…

 

How to make Bhujiya sandwich- easy indian bread recipes – Kids food recipes

A friend from Delhi once told me that her daughters makes this easy sandwich whenever they feel like munching on something in the afternoon. I then recalled having this when I was young , but I dont exactly remember when was that.A vague memory- from a friend’s lunch box, though not sure. This is one sandwich which goes well with your tea. Most of the times, we have bread for breakfast. If I have the time or during holidays, I try to make some yummy sandwiches.I got a packet of Haldirams bhujiya and decided to make this for brunch during…

 

Maharashtrian style Chiwda recipe with poha(flaked rice) and murmura(puffed rice) – Diwali snack recipes

When we were in Maharashtra,people used to make huge boxes of chiwda for diwali . They were many variations of chiwda made. It used to be exclusively with puffed rice or just flaked rice. Other ingredients were excluded or added according to their choice. I am not too fond of this snack, but neither can I stop polishing off the bowl if served to me. Its a quite addictive tea time snack. I especially love the poona variety which is made out potatos or even the Nashik ones which is a spicy flaked rice mixture. When I was in India…