Samosa Food recipes 

Samosa

Samosa are fried dumplings popular almost in whole Asia. We made them in Poland, stuffed with meat, baked, not fried, according to the Uzbek recipe under the name of “samsa”. In India samosa is the most available snack stuffed with vegetables – most often potatoes with the dal. In Tamil Nadu they are tiny – maybe 5cm each, stuffed with fried... Read More
Omlet ala pizza Food recipes 

Omlet ala pizza

As I wanted to make something like pizza and as my father wanted egg breakfast I took this oportunity to do my favorite thing – cooking. Preparation: Peel and cut vegetables in small pieces. Put on pan oil or ghee and add vegetables on a small medium flame and stir every minute. Put eggs into a small pot and add... Read More
Roti – fried breads Food recipes 

Roti – fried breads

When 8 eggs bought from the store land unexpectedly on the ground … … our neighbor said she would show how to make roti. This is a kind of bread fried in oil. Sometimes with egg, sometimes not. My roti made according to the instructions of the neighbor pleases me the most. She recommends eating it with vegetable curry. We, of course, prefer with... Read More
Ankurit chana Food Food recipes 

Ankurit chana

Chana is an Indian name for chickpeas. Ankuri Chana is chickpea sprouts or a North Indian salad made from them. In the picture Ankuri Chana sold in Gorakhpur from a trolley, given on a leaf and eaten with a leaf – yes, the big leaf that protrudes from my salad is a “spoon”. Chick soak three days earlier, leave at room temperature. Notes:... Read More
Puri – popular crispy bread Food recipes 

Puri – popular crispy bread

 Puri is a popular crispy bread known in India, although it is also a traditional Nepali dish. It is a bread made of whole wheat flour, usually eaten with Potato Curry (Aaloo ko tarkari). Recipe for 20 pieces: Preparation: Mix flour and salt in a bowl and add water little by little to dough while kneading. Add 1 spoon of... Read More
Gajar Halva – Carrot Halva Food recipes 

Gajar Halva – Carrot Halva

Gajar means carrot in Hindi, Bangla and Nepali. This is a very unique dessert, very simple to prepare, popular in all of northern India and Nepal. We got to know it in West Bengal. Indians say that it is impossible to not add ghee to halva, as it will not have the proper aroma. Cardamon is added only by some Indians, many do... Read More