Oreo Milkshake

Cool, creamy and delicious Oreo Milkshake is the perfect blend of vanilla ice cream, chocolate sauce and Oreos!

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Welcome to the wonderful world of milkshakes!

Here, you’ll get the best of everything – ice cream, chocolates and a bunch of other oomph-adding treats!

This Oreo milkshake is the first of the very many milkshakes that I intend to bring to y’all on Foodomania. Milkshakes are what I call the amateur’s dessert.You need ZERO cooking skills to put this together. Not only is it easy, but it is also a universally loved dessert. Instead of serving a store bought ice cream or a piece of cake, why not spare 4 minutes of your time and make this Oreo milkshake for elevated palate pleasure? 🙂

Think of this post less of a recipe and more of an idea to create some stunning milkshakes. They will save you a ton of time!   (more…)

Sabudana Khichdi

Sabudana Khichdi, from the western lands of Maharashtra, is a simple one pot meal dish commonly prepared for breakfasts or during religious festivals. Plump pearl tapioca cooked with ground peanuts and very mild spices can give you that subtle feeling of being infinitely satisfied with something so humble! 🙂

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I’m excited to share a dish I’ve long been enamored with – the Sabudana Khichdi.

Is it THE most healthy dish you could ever make? Probably not. With clarified butter and potatoes and pearl tapioca, you can a good dose of starch and fat (something that healthy food these days seem to lack). However, it is a wholesome dish which would give you everything you need to keep up your energy all day  long.

And did I mention how easy it is to put this together?

Not to mention how simply deliciously chewy this Khichdi is?
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Curry Leaves Powder

With numerous health benefits, this curry leaves powder is an essential addition to your pantry. Made with roasted lentils and curry leaves, this South Indian chutney powder can be eaten with rice, roti, bread or mixed with literally any side dish!

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Today I have for you a chutney powder that has a great rep for being multifaceted.

Besides being a spicy and delicious thing to have with your meals, it is also known to carry a lot of medicinal values.

Originating from the southern regions of India, curry leaves powder with lentils and peppercorn is a healthy recipe with phenomenal benefits like – it helps in stabilizing your blood sugar levels, aids in digestion, prevents skin infections, keeps anemia at bay and best of all – accelerates hair growth! If you dream of a head full of thick and glossy hair, you know what to eat! 😉   (more…)

McAloo Tikki Burger

These McAloo Tikki Burgers are the most loved burgers in India. Crunchy potato patties sandwiched with some Mayo, Onions, Tomato and the softest burger buns ever!

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I’d be lying if I said I don’t dream about McAloo Tikki. Come on. Haven’t you? even writing about it makes me smile with a foolish fondness I reserve for very few people / things in my life. This & this being 2 of them.

Every visit to Mcdonald’s has me ordering the same burger over and over again. One of the many reasons I love Indian food is that it just makes ANY dish taste 10 times better! Well, maybe not. Maybe it is just my preference, but there’s no denying the fact that Indian food is incredibly tasty.

The classic American burger was given a desi twist when McDonald’s came to India – to adhere to the Indian taste preferences. And with this customization, McDonald’s drew millions of Indians out of their homes and into its little eateries – to consume one of their many desi burgers.

While I do thank Mcdonald’s for its genius inventions, I’m also starting to understand the science of cooking food. And as much as I love making my life easier by paying a few bucks for a quick fast food, I know that my body will thank me for every bit of morsel I cook at home – with so much care. Now, we all have to find a trade-off somewhere right?    (more…)