These super-tasty muthias made of nachni, methi and wheat flour pack a lot of good health and energy into their little forms. They make a very satiating snack, which provides the body with enough fibre, iron and calcium. Serve these Nachni Methi Muthias immediately, or else they will harden as there is no oil in the dough. You will really relish having this with a cup of hot chaai.
Khakhras are a handy jar snack. They give wonderful company to a cup of hot tea , silence your tummy whenever a sudden hunger pang strikes, and can be carried around in your handbag to snack on, anytime you are peckish.
Khakhra, a famous gujrati snack is made from whole wheat flour, salt, oil and water. The dough is rolled out and cooked on a tava with pressure applied till crisp. Khakhra is healthy, quick to make and goes with curds, chutney, jeeralo and methya keri sambhar. Basically khakhra is a crispy version of roti.
The pungent smell of garlic transforms into a really tantalising aroma when baked with cheese on bun or bread. No wonder cheese garlic bun is such a popular accompaniment world over. Savour it fresh off the oven with a cup of hot soup.
A glass of panha is nothing short of exhilarating. It is cool and exciting, sweet and sour, and all in all perfect. Made from boiled raw mangoes and flavoured with cardamom and saffron, this cooling summer drink supposedly protects the body from dehydration. The best part is that the squash can be prepared in advance and stocked in the refrigerator, so you can whip up a glassful whenever you feel like.
Crunchy croutons have the power to transform a normal soup or salad into an exciting treat! Loved by kids and adults alike, croutons are also easy to make at home. All you need are a few slices of bread and some oil for deep-frying.