• Breads & Pizzas
  • Butter Kulcha

    After Naan, a plain Butter Kulcha is the most popular and loved Tandoori bread. This recipe doesn’t require yeast and makes lovely, soft & spongy Kulchas!

    Butter Kulcha Recipe | How to make Kulcha at home | Step by step recipe | Foodomania.com

    Here’s a bread fresh from the Tandoor to tickle your taste-buds! Kulchas are easier to make than Naan; but also give you an almost similar texture – spongy, chewy and soft! Requiring no yeast, these flour tortillas (or breads.. whatever you want to call them) are super easy to make and taste delicious with any side dish of your choice.

    Usually cooked in a Tandoor, these breads have a smoky taste that is not hard to replicate at home. Using an iron griddle to partially cook the Kulchas and finishing them off in direct flame, you can get an almost similar texture and taste at home. And they are really quick to cook too!

    The next time you decide to have an Indian feast, go ahead and make these Kulchas – with or without the butter. They are perfect vehicles to scoop up the many delicacies that Indian cuisine boasts of!    (more…)

  • Breads & Pizzas
  • Mooli Paratha

    Hot & Delicious Punjabi Mooli Paratha with step by step pictures. Get a dose of radish in a spiced tortilla form!

    Mooli Paratha Recipe | Indian Radish Tortillas without Stuffing - Punjabi Mooli ke Parathe recipe by Foodomania.com

    I have to admit, radish isn’t one of my most loved vegetables.

    However, I do enjoy radish in a few forms, this paratha being one of them. Mooli is the Hindi name for Radish and this mooli paratha is just a radish flavored tortilla. Simple, spicy and delicious!

    Commonly served for breakfasts in the lands of Punjab, I’ve heard. But that hasn’t stopped any of us from enjoying these hot and soft flat-breads at varying times of the day. This recipe is the epitome of the saying – simplicity is profound. Radish, flour and some common spices found in an Indian’s pantry thrown together and voila! You’ve got yourselves the best recipe for mooli paratha! 🙂    (more…)

  • American
  • Sandwich Bread Loaf

    Learn how to make a classic Sandwich Bread Loaf from scratch with this easy to follow, step-by-step recipe!

    Classic Sandwich Bread Loaf Recipe | How to make basic bread loaf at home from scratch - step by step recipe written by Kavitha Ramaswamy of Foodomania.com

    Look at those bubbles on that bread slice!

    This one just screams – “Eat me, I’m spongy, soft and delicious!”.

    This is probably one of the easiest recipes for a basic soft white sandwich bread you’ll ever come across. The principles of making this bread loaf are simple – good quality ingredients, good kneading, good resting time and a good amount of baking. That’s about it. You could make anytime you want. All you need is a little patience and time to make the best homemade sandwich bread 🙂

    Here’s how to make a delicious loaf of bread at home – from scratch …    (more…)

  • American
  • Oatmeal Dinner Rolls

    Simple recipe for fluffy oatmeal dinner rolls! These soft and flavorful buns pair perfectly with any meal! Rich in fiber and a little protein and omega-3, these rolls should get on your to-bake list right now!

    Oatmeal Dinner Rolls Recipe | Healthy Soft Oats Bread Buns | How to make buns with oatmeal - step by step - Foodomania.com

    First things first. I know you’re thinking “why do these rolls look funny?”

    Let me answer that for ya. A little someone that she was being economical. She thought she was cooking for herself so she decided to make a small batch. But she didn’t have the right pan for placing these rolls in. And what do you know? They decided to rise horizontally rather than vertically! Who is this great person, you ask? Why, you’re looking at her!

    Now that we’ve got the initial awkwardness out of the way, can we get back to business? These rolls are no joke people…! Never have I dared to experiment with yeast . Besides my tried and tested pizza dough, I’ve rarely tried my hand and creating / trying recipes that contain anything but refined flour. But of course, we all try to make healthy choices along the way, don’t we? And Oats – being the wonder cereal that it is – makes for a great binder. These oatmeal dinner rolls contain part refined flour, part oatmeal and the usual – yeast, salt etc. They are low on fat (no butter) and can easily be converted to a vegan recipe by substituting the milk / cream wash with something else.

    And best of all? these dinner rolls work for any meal of the day. And they retain their fluffy texture all day long!   (more…)