Using up leftovers 😋
I had a piece of Tandoori Chicken leftover from last night. We always have a bit of Roast Chicken leftover, don’t we ? & if you don’t, then make a little extra next time, just so that you can try this recipe, for a quick snack the next day.
I decided to shred the chicken & make a spicy Sandwich with it.
So on a slice of fresh white sandwich bread, I slathered some Mayonnaise, & piled the shredded chicken on it.
On another slice I spread some spicy green chutney, & onion slices, with a generous squeeze of lemon.You could also add a cheese slice to make it yummier.
I grilled the sandwich with a small dollop of butter on top, till golden and crisp.
The spicy chutney, and tandoori chicken, with the creamy mayonnaise tasted SO good !
Next time I’m gonna save a piece or two of chicken, just to make this sandwich the next day 😜
* You can roll up the same ingredients in a Chapati, instead of using Bread. Cook till golden brown, with a dollop of butter, on a frying pan. *
Imagine the saltiness of generously slathered creamy peanut butter against the sweetness of banana and the crunchy texture of homemade granola packed with Almonds, Walnuts & Cranberries !
That was my breakfast today 😍
You don’t need to slave in the kitchen for hours, neither skip breakfast bcoz you don’t have time to cook.
I just slit a banana lengthwise, slathered some creamy peanut butter on it, & genrously sprinkled my favourite homemade granola packed full of the goodness of Oats, Almonds, Walnuts, & Cranberries.
There you have it, a complete breakfast full of all the essential nutrients to start your day, ready in under 5 minutes, without any cooking at all !
Can anything be easier than that ?
Just use a little imagination ! Experiment a little.
Stock up your groceries smartly. 😎
Morning rush, no time to cook, but don’t wanna skip breakfast ?
This quick, healthy & delish smoothie is good enough to keep you satiated till lunchtime.
Just blend together –
● half cup Granola
● 10-15 black grapes
● 1 banana
● half cup yogurt
You’ll never have to skip breakfast again 😃
Few days ago I made a banana walnut loaf using over-ripe bananas, that I somehow wanted to finish off. Thats when a friend gave me a recipe for this sweet paratha. Now honestly, I had never thought of using bananas to make parathas, so I was quite curious about the taste.
And guess what…. I never thought overripe bananas would make such wonderful easy recipes ! I loved it !
I modified the recipe slightly, as I didn’t want to use sugar, or make the paratha too sweet.
So this is my version of the banana paratha – • 2 over-ripe bananas • big pinch of Cardamom powder
• big pinch of Salt
• 1 tsp Jaggery (I just wanted a hint of sweetness, but you can add more if you want your paratha Sweeter) • 1 tsp Ghee • Wheat Flour (as much as the banana paste can hold, and make a soft yet firm ‘chapati’ like dough) ● Blend cardamom powder , jaggery and bananas to a fine paste.
● Knead a soft yet firm dough by adding little wheat flour at a time, to the banana mixture. Add Salt and Ghee while kneading. ● Roll out Parathas, and cook on a griddle till golden and crisp on the edges. Use few drops of ghee on the sides while cooking. Serve hot
This simple and nutritious breakfast is so tasty, you’ll want to make it again & again
This savoury pancake / dosa is very easy to make and can be eaten any time of the day.
All you need is a little planning in advance, to soak the Rice & Dal overnight. Once you have the batter ready, making breakfast/dinner is just a matter of minutes.
Rice – 1 cup
Moong Dal – 1/2 cup
Whole Moong beans (with green outer skin)- 1/2 cup
Ginger – 1 inch pc
Green Chillies – 2 nos (or as required)
Salt – to taste
Ghee / Oil – few tsps.
* Wash and soak Rice, Moong Dal and Whole Moong in water, overnight. (You could also use only whole Moong Beans with green skin which are more nutritious than skinless Dal.
* After soaking overnight, drain out excess water and coarsely grind the mixture into a thick paste.
* Add Ginger, Green Chillies and Salt to taste while grinding the mixture.
* Add little water if necessary, to adjust consistency. The mixture should have a thick but pouring consistency like Dosa batter.
* Cover and keep aside for few hours, so the mixture ferments slightly.
* With a ladle, spoon out and spread the mixture evenly like a dosa, on a non stick pan.
* Spread few drops of Ghee/Oil on the sides, and cook on medium heat, with a lid on for 2-3 mins.
* Flip the dosa and cook further for 2-3 mins till lighlty golden and crisp on the edges.
* Serve hot with Coriander Chutney/Ketchup
# You can also add any other Dal or Beans of your choice.
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Transform bread, eggs and milk into an indulgent brunch dish, with this easy to make French Toast. Want to make it more interesting ? Jazz it up with a sweet, tangy Peach n Plum Compote.
Sounds yumm ?!
Here’s how you can make it –
French toast is an easy breakfast dish. Slices of bread are simply dipped in a mixture of beaten eggs and milk, and then fried in butter, until the outsides turn a nice golden brown with crisp edges, and the bread stays soft and fluffy inside.
There is no set measurement for this recipe.
- In a bowl, whisk together eggs and few teaspoons of milk.
- Add a pinch of salt, vanilla extract (optional) and a pinch of ground cinnamon, and mix well.
- Dip sliced bread in this egg mixture and let both sides of the bread soak up the mixture nicely.
- In a fry pan, heat a little butter, and shallow fry these soaked bread slices on medium heat, until golden brown.
- Transfer to a plate.
Peach & Plum Compote –
- In a pot of boiling water, add couple of peaches and plums. Let them cook for few minutes till their skins start peeling off. Transfer to a bowl with chilled water, take off the skins, and chop into bite sized chunks. (You can skip this step, if using canned peaches)
- In a saucepan, heat some butter and sugar, add a stick of cinnamon and few cloves, along with the chunks of fruit.
- Cook the fruit till its soft and the sugar is syrupy, and the mixture in infused with the spices.
- Allow to cool for few minutes and then pour over prepared French Toast. (tastes even better with a dollop of whipped cream on the side
This compote can be stored in a jar and refrigerated. Keeps well for a 8-10 days.
Fruits like Strawberries, Pineapples, Raspberries, or Apples can also be used instead of Peaches / Plums.
Try this simple and delicious recipe for your lazy Sunday brunch.
Perfect breakfast in bed, to woo that special someone *just saying* 😉