Saroj’s Kitchen: #4 Mix Veg Daliya |Power packed, immunity building, broken wheat porridge | Easy to make Breakfast recipe

Broken wheat or Daliya is believed to be one of the most nutritious meal options. Mix Vegetable Daliya (porridge) can be eaten as breakfast or as a full meal. This recipe uses homemade ghee and thus keeps you away from the harmful effects of processed oil. At the end of this recipe, you will get a variation that will delight your family & kids.

Saroj’s Kitchen: #3 Pithor| Easy to Make, Delicious Rajasthani Chai-time Snack | Mother’s Day Special

On the occasion of Mother's Day, I am featuring this recipe that signifies the beautiful bond that my husband, Amarkant Jain shares with his mother.  There are several recipes for Rajasthani Pithor or Pithod on YouTube. However, you won't find this one anywhere. This one is a rare recipe passed on from generation to generation, Saroj Mom's mother (my Nani Saas) used to make it in a huge kadai for her 9 kids, in-laws, husband and everyone at home. Naaniji's mom and her mom used to make it too. When you read this recipe, know that you are taking a leaf out of history. 

Saroj’s Kitchen: #2 Secret to perfectly boiled potatoes | Cooking Tips

One of the common problems that one faces in the kitchen is, boiling potatoes to perfection. Many of our readers share that they either overcook or undercook the potatoes and some even said that the potato tears at the skin. Here are Saroj Mom's expert tips to boil potatoes perfectly:

Saroj’s Kitchen: #1 Stuffed Chilly Pakodas| Yummy and easy Indian snack in 6 steps

To beat the cold wave, we decided to begin this series with everyone's favourite dish. You can serve this dish as a starter or a snack. It's easy to assemble and make. Do try it and let us know how it turned out. For a North Indian, Pakodas are like Manna from heaven! Chai and crisp Pakodas are a favourite tea-time snack. During a sudden visit by guests, mom can put together a plate of piping hot pakodas in no time. Most of the ingredients are easily available at any Indian home. If you are reading this post from a location out of India, then you can procure these ingredients from any Indian superstore in your neighborhood.

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