This post is quite special to me !! I am guest posting for a very dear Friend Priya who blogs at PriyaKitchenette with an amazing Protien Rich Meat Analog Recipe – Soya Chunks Cutlet.
Traditionally Falafel are adopted from Arabic cuisine and are made with Chickpeas. They are served on their own with Hummus and Tahini Sauce but we do enjoy them with Green Chutney and some Ketchup too.
Hara Bhara Kebab, also known as Green kebab is loaded with goodness of Spinach, Peas and Green Pepper, tossed in essential spices.
Imagine dunking the hot crispy flaky Potato and Peas Samosa in Coriander Chutney and Red Chutney. And when it’s healthy and made in Airfryer !! Absolutely Guiltfree isn’t it !! Just ditch your takeaway for the day and make them at home. Isn’t it exciting!!
Masala Crispbread is an easy and instant appetiser that can be enjoyed before a meal or even as a quick snack. Crispbread is topped up with a salad mix of chopped cucumber,tomatoes, onions,coriander leaves with a good fat pinch of Spiced Powders.
Most Indian Restaurants out here in the UK, would serve a stack of Papads along with a variety of chutneys. These chutneys are often considered as an exotic side and appeal quite difficult to make.It is normally Coriander chutney, Red Chutney and Mango Relish. If the color of the chutney is light green and very mildly spiced then they are mixed with yogurt. Some of the local joints serve an Onion Relish too. Every restaurant has their signature chutneys to give the guests a pleasant welcome in their every visit.