Showing posts from April, 2019

How to make chocolate spring roll

Chocolate is one of the most popular food types and flavors in the world, and many foodstuffs involving chocolate exist, particularly dessert, including cakes, pudding, chocolate brownies etc. I also try to make many items from chocolate like muffins, cake, brownies etc, so in this series, I tried to make chocolate spring roll and it came out very yummy and it liked by every member of my family especially like by my 8-year-old son, so you called them kids favourite also. The most important thing it is very easy to make and made with only two ingredients. Ingredients for chocolate spring roll Maida-1/2 cup Ghee -2tbsp Salt a pinch Raw chocolate/cooking chocolate - 12 medium pieces Oil for frying For the sealing paste for spring roll Maida - 4 tbsp Water - 3-5 tbsp For dough Sift the flour into a bowl and add the ghee. Mix with your fingers, till it resembles breadcrumbs. Add a little water at a time, while kneading it into a stiff dough To assemble the chocolate

How to make Gujiya/घर पर कैसे बनाएं गुझिया

Pedakiya in Bihar or Gujiya in the north is very famous sweet in Bihar which is made especially during teej. But my mother makes every year during Holi and we eagerly wait a year for this delicious sweet. Gujiya or pedakiya is made with khoya or mawa, dry fruits and sugar. Since childhood, we see that our mother made khoya at home so I also try to make khoya at home every year. Gujiya or pedakiya are of two types with chasani or without chasani. Here I make gujiya or Pedakiya without Chasani because my Husband liked it most. Ingredients for Gujiya other Pedakiya For the dough Refined Flour or Maida - 2 cup Ghee - 5-6 tbsp Water to knead For the filling Khoya or Mawa(homemade) - 250gm Sugar - 1cup Desiccated coconut- 125gm Raisins - 2-3 tbsp Cardamon powder - 1tbsp Roasted Suji (optional) -2-3 tbsp For Frying the gujiya or pedakiya Ghee for deep frying How to make gujiya or pedakiya To make the filling Crumble or grate the khoya

How to make Suji nampakpare

Suji namakpare is the healthier option of maida as it contains more fibre, and gives energy. It also helps to regulate weight loss and is good for strong bones. Suji is also good for the heart and good for overall body function. Ingredients for Suji Namakpare Suji - 3 cup Ghee - 5-6 tbsp Kalonji Salt as per taste Chat Masala - 2 Tsp Red Chilli Powder - 1tsp Kala Namak - 1tsp Amchoor powder - 1tsp Water for Kneading How To Make Suji Namakpare For Dough In a mixer grinder grind suji into a fine flour. Sift the flour into a bowl and add the ghee. Mix with your fingers, till it resembles breadcrumbs  Now add salt, chaat masala, red chilli powder, Kala namak, amchoor powder. Add water and knead into the soft dough Leave the dough at least for 30 minutes so suji can absorb water and the dough become soft. For making Namakpare After 30 minutes, knead the dough again and if the dough is too hard then add little water and make the dough just like puri dou