Mamra Na Laddu | Murmura Laddu | Puffed Rice Balls

I love Laddu :)A traditional treat that has withstood the test of time, Mamra Na Laddu, with its wonderful crunch and puffy texture is loved across generations!
Light yet satiating, this tasty laddus is also easy to prepare, with minimal ingredients.

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Gujarati Patra | Alu Vadi | Steamed Colacasia Leaves Pinwheels

This dish is little hard to make, however believe me will make you go crazy after eating it. Ras paatra is a traditional Gujarati recipe and being a Gujarati girl  i love it and i have learned it from my Grandmaa. You can make Ras Paatra with many variations in it. But this recipe emerged from Kathiyavad in Gujarat and I am sure people who stays away from Kathiyavad will definately like this recipe. I hope you enjoy making this delicacy as much as I have enjoyed sharing this family favourite. 🙂

Patra is sure to take your taste buds on a roller coaster ride! It is sweet, spicy and salty—all at the same time. Here, nutritious and tasty colocasia leaves are stuffed with a spicy mixture.

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Beetroot Tikki

I love the color drama that Beetroots have. Not only are they fun to work with but are healthy for you as well and am always looking for ways to incorporate them into our everyday meals. These Beetroot Tikkis are always a hit in our homes. One of my friend Wendy is on diet and i want her to eat healthy and enjoy these lovely bites of health. Without any doubt i know this recipe would go on roll for sure !

I hope my efforts for you would really work ! Wendy here you go. Happy Cooking ! 🙂
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Rawa Tikki

Low in effort, low in calories– replace starchy potatoes with semolina in this tasty tikki and stuff it with a spicy green peas filling that’s high in vitamins and fibre.It’s crunchy on the outside and spicy inside. This can be served as a starter or you can make a smaller version of the Tikki for any kind of parties. Continue reading “Rawa Tikki”