Green Peas Kachori

Green Peas Kachori with step by step instructions

Multigrain Peas Kachori Recipe by Foodomania.com

I made Peas Kachori! That’s something I thought I’d never say.

I always thought Kachori involved a lot of labor (which is not all that wrong) and was difficult. Well guess what? After making tonnes and tonnes of bread recipes, Kachori seems like a walk in the park! Not to mention, spicier and tastier than any pizza or calzone I’ve ever made.    (more…)

Thenkuzhal

Thenkuzhal murukku –  a classic South Indian deep-fried snack usually prepared around festivals.

Iyengar Tamilian Thenkuzhal Murukku Recipe with Step by Step pictures by foodomania.com

I have fond memories of eating the thenkuzhal dough year after year during Diwali. Yeah, I’m a dough-eater. Don’t judge, okay? Sometimes, dough tastes amazing! And so does the end dish of the dough.

We make this snack about once or twice a year during festivals (most commonly during Diwali). We would make it more often, but the lengthy process often stops us from making the extra effort more frequently. Once in a while though – I urge you to try this snack – for this is a great one to have in your culinary repertoire.  (more…)

Vada Pav inspired Bread Rolls

Vada Pav in the form of a Bread Roll!

Vada Pav inspired Honeycomb Bread Rolls Recipe with step by step tutorial by Foodomania.com

This is a Vada Pav in the form of a bread roll! Can it get any cuter than that?

I have an intense love for this dish and I often end up bonding with people over our mutual love for Vada Pav. I’m yet to meet someone who doesn’t like this dish. What can go wrong, really? A flavored potato fritter served with some soft rolls.

For Vada Pav isn’t just food – it is an experience!    (more…)

Cheesy Pesto Pull-Apart Bread Loaf

Looks like Pull-Apart Bread and tastes like cheesy Garlic & Pesto Bread!

Cheesy Garlic Pull-Apart Bread Loaf Recipe | Step-by-step pictures | pull apart bread by Foodomania.com

I racked my brains for a smart introduction to this Pull-Apart Bread Loaf. And then I thought – why bother? One look at the pictures and you wouldn’t care what I thought about this recipe because you’ve already fallen in love with it!

I’m right, right? I didn’t expect to end up with such an amazingly spongy and delicious bread loaf that came apart so easily. It is fun eating a pull-apart bread. You don’t have to cut it up. Each piece tears off easily – and hence the name.     (more…)