This Corn Cheese Cocktail Samosa By Chef Saransh Goila Is Made Of Papad; Take A Look.

Have you ever taken two different delicious food items and combined them to make an even better dish? Well, if you haven’t, chef Saransh Goila shows you how to do it. Papad and samosas are two different items that you relish while having different meals. But Saransh Goila has turned papad into lip-smacking samosas! Difficult to imagine? He prepared corn cheese cocktail samosas using papad. He demonstrated the entire process in an Instagram video. In the caption, Saransh Goila wrote, “We tried a corn cheese cocktail samosa by using papad like a samosa patti.” (Also read:Hold On! Have You Heard Of A ‘No Bun Burger’? Try This Recipe By Celebrity Chef Saransh Goila) He added, “A very important step is to dork the papad with a knife or a fork, else it’ll be soft and soggy because of the steam created while frying!” Here’s what Saransh Goila used for his papad cocktail samosa: 1) Six papad For the filling: 1) Paneer 100 g 2) Corn (blanched) 100 g 3) Cheese 100 g 4) Green Chilli – 2 5) Onion chopped – 1 6) Coriander 2 tbsp 7) Salt 2 tbsp Procedure 1) First divide each papad into half. Now, dork the papad (very important). 2) Fold each and every semi-circle (of papad) into the shape of cones. Keep them aside. 3) Now, take paneer, corn (blanched), cheese, green chili, chopped onion, coriander and salt and mix them all together. This is for the filling. 4) Then, take the papad cones and fill them with the stuffing you prepared. Basically, stuff the samosas and seal. 5) Deep fry on medium flame. Papad cocktail samosas are ready! Take a look at the video: Being a foodie, is there anything more satisfying than sipping a glass of sumptuous lassi? Nothing beats a glass full of fresh lassi. Some time ago, Saransh Goila shared an easy malai lassi recipe on Instagram. The best part is that you can make this lassi with ingredients easily available at home. Saransh Goila added crushed ice in a big glass and topped it with curd or malai. He then added sugar and a few drops of rose water and mixed the ingredients well. And with that, Malai lassi was ready! Read more about it here. Coming back to his papad cocktail samosas, next time whenever you crave a snack, do give it a try.

3 Delicious Sundal Recipes: A Quick, Nutritious South Indian Snack To Enjoy With Tea

South Indian cuisine has a myriad of dishes that offers a new taste in every meal. From drinks to snacks and to the main dish, there is no end to what all we can cook in just a few minutes. Plus, with the flavours of mustard, curry leaves, crunchy dal, coconut and peanuts, every south Indian meal becomes heavenly and we can’t help but indulge in this matrimony of spices. While we all have had enjoyed various south Indian snacks and main course dishes, here we bring you a new recipe of yet another delicious snack from down south – sundal, a popular snack that can be made using just a few ingredients. (Also Read:Looking To Make An Easy Dessert? Try Ney Appam Recipe – A Speciality From South India) Sundal can be cooked with various legumes, including kidney beans, chickpeas, green gram, black-eyed peas, and other ingredients. After preparing a legume base, this snack is tempered with spices, urad and chana dal, to give it a kick in flavour. At the end, sundal is garnished with grated coconut that compliments it perfectly. So, for you to indulge in the goodness of sundal, today we bring you three sundal recipes that you can quickly whip up and enjoy with your tea! (Also Read:How To Make Lemon Rice – A Wholesome And Yummy Dish From South India)Here Are 3 Sundal Recipes | Easy Sundal Recipes1. Chana Dal Sundal This sundal recipe is the most popular. It is made using chickpeas and loaded with nutrients and flavours. In this dish, boiled chana is mixed with subtle masalas, dal, curry leaves, and coconut that amps up its taste. This dish can be made in just a few minutes. For the full recipe of chana dal sundal, click here.2. Peanut Sundal Peanut Sundal can said to be peanut chaat with mustard, curry leaves, and grated coconut. A bite into this snack and it will directly remind you of the coastal areas of south India. This dish is a famous tea time snack that is also served as Navratri Prasad during festivities. See the full recipe here.3. Rajma Sundal If you have leftover rajma from last night, then the rajma sundal is a must-try. Rajma is a common ingredient in Indian cooking. This legume can easily be found in markets or in stores and has tons of benefits to it. All you need is basic home ingredients, and this snack will be ready in just 10 minutes. Find the full recipe here. Make these three delicious sundal recipes and enjoy them with your tea! Let us know in the comments below which one did you like the best.

Want To Experiment With Pani Puri? Here’s A Recipe That Has A Pineapple Twist

There’s barely anything that can compete with the fanfare around Indian street food. Among these street food items, pani puri always stays on top of the popularity charts. The crunchy ball of puris filled with a sour-spicy filling is a mouth-watering delight for many. Call it pani puri, golgappa, phuchka or gupchup, the different names tie together a single craving for fun street food. But did you ever think of experimenting with this much-loved food? Chef Saransh Goila has come up with his own pani puri recipe. And it has got a fruity twist that you won’t regret. Saransh is showing us a way to give a pineapple punch to the regular pani puri dip. The regular ‘pani’ is made with mint, chilli powder and spices mixed in water. But the pineapple pani puri uses the fruit’s juice as its base. The ingredients are quite unique but nonetheless yummy. (Also Read:Chef Saransh Goila Tells Us The Secret To Chopping Onions Without Crying)Here are the ingredients that you need to make pineapple pani puri: 1 pineapple 20 curry leaves (dry roasted) 1 tsp cumin (dry roasted) 1 star anise (dry roasted) 2 tbsp sugar 1 tbsp ginger (chopped) 2 green chillies (chopped) 1 glass water 1 tsp black salt 1 tsp black pepper (crushed) 1/2 tsp chaat masala 1/2 tsp salt Ice cubes Boondi PuriHow to make pineapple pani puri? The crispy puris for this recipe will be the same as the regular ones. But the pani will receive a major makeover. Take a big pineapple and chop it into cubes. Add these pieces to a blender. Add the dry roasted curry leaves, cumin and star anise in the blender. On top of this, add sugar, ginger and chillies. Blend them once. Then, add a glass of water and blend the mixture. After blending, strain the mixture. Pour the juice into a large mixing bowl. We aren’t done yet. (Also Read:Hold On! Have You Heard Of A ‘No Bun Burger’? Try This Recipe By Celebrity Chef Saransh Goila) Make this pani spicier by adding black salt, crushed black pepper, chaat masala and salt to taste. Add a cool twist to this recipe by dropping ice cubes into the mixing bowl. Add boondi and mix them well. Dip your puris and relish this sweet-sour-spicy pani puri. Here is the recipe video: So, would you like to go for this recipe where the age-old pani puri gets a twist? Let us know.