Quick Evening Snack Story (Lunch+Dinner = Linner!.? IDK.!)

Hello There.! How are you doing? Had a good day I hope.!  I have a story for you I hope you enjoy it.

One Day I was really hungry and it was past the tea time and an hour or two before dinner time so I decided to cook up something quick and easy and yummy for me to gobble down and calm my dinosaur-noise-making-tummy.

So I decided to make some yumm yumm Egg Bhurji for which I got

  • oil
  • 1 egg
  • 1 medium size Onion and I chopped it finely.
  • and 1 tomato I chopped it nice and small as well
  • also salt to taste
  • then got my spice box which had red chilly powder, Turmeric powder which I needed to add.
  • of course garam masala powder
  • plus some mint, coriander, spring onion(only if you have it at hand)


  • I got my pan and added some oil
  • Then I added the onion and Saute it till it was lovely golden brown
  • then added the red chilly powder(depending on how hot can you eat) and pinch of turmeric powder and garam masala powder
  • When it was cooked perfectly I added the tomato and let it cook
  • As the masala was done I cracked egg in and mixed it and let it cook for like 2 mins more.


And Voila. Done.! I then garnished it with spring onion and ate it all up with some lovely bread.

The End!

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Mango drinks(at least one of them is!)

Hello there! How are you doing?? Having a good day? So in today’s post I’ll share two versions of mango that I love and enjoy the most in summer.

Aam Panna

Aam Panna:


  • Raw mango 250 grm
  • Jaggery (add double of the raw mango pulp we’ll get after boiling it) 100 gr,
  • Roasted cumin powder 1/2 tspn
  • salt to taste
  • Rock salt tiny pinch
  • water

How To:

  • wash the mangoes and cut the top part and boil them till it softens
  • separate the pulp in a bowl
  • now add jaggery, roasted cumin powder, salt. rock salt and mix everything well
  • take a spoonful for a glass cold add water in that and stir well
  • you can add some roasted cumin powder and tiny mint leaves and enjoy!



  • Mango 2 big size
  • Sugar 3 tablespoon(still depends on the taste you prefer)
  • Water/Milk (it’s optional)

How to:

  • Peel and dice the mango in medium size cubs.
  • add all the ingridients in food processor and blend
  • put in refrigerator for at least half an hour.
  • Serve it wit puri (Not my photo) or chapati.

Hope you enjoy. Wish you all lovelies a great day. Loads of love. Take care of yourselves.

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Happy Mother’s Day.. ! <3

Clicked this right after buying them from flower shop.
The Women’s Board celebrated Mother’s Day in Church. They gave roses to all Mothers.!
Meat(Mutton) Masala Curry
Raita =)
Happy Mother’s Day
One more Photo in Church

Dahi Vada Chaat Recipe

Hello there! It’s finally here. The recipe.! Sorry it took quite long. But now I’ve done it. If you try it do share with me.


  • Phudina leaves (Mint) 100g
  • 50g coriender
  • 3 green chilly
  • salt
  • lemon juice
  • water


mix all the ingredients in food processor and add in little water and make a nice paste. if you need more water than add it but don’t let the chutney get too watery.(Or it won’t taste that good)


  • 100 g khajoor (Dates)
  • 100 g amli (Tamarind)
  • Gud (Jaggery, If you don’t find it where you live, use brown sugar or muscovado sugar)
  • salt
  • water
  • coriander seed powder
  • cumin seed powder
  • 1 pinch red chilli powder


  • Take two bowls put in the dates and tamarind in each soak it in hot water for an hour and half.
  • Take out the seeds.
  • Put Dates, Tamarind, Jaggery, water in food processor and make a paste.
  • Now Tamarind has fibers so you’ll have to seperate the paste with a muslin cloth/fabric.
  • Add little water to the paste.
  • Now add in salt, red chili powder, coriander seed powder, cumin seed powder to your taste. And mix well.


  • Yogurt/curd – 500 gm
  • salt to taste
  • sugar 2  table sp.


Beat the curd. Add salt and sugar. And mix it.

Now put both the chutney and yogurt mixture in refrigerator.


  • urad dal(Split Black gram) -250 g
  • oil for frying
  • salt to taste
  • green chilly 2 to 3 seed
  • 500ml Warm water/buttermilk(to soak the vadas in)
  • ghee(purified butter)/oil -1/2  tea sp. for tadka(tempering)
  • cumin ¼  tea sp.
  • chat masala
  • red chilly powder
  • roasted cumin powder
  • Coriander leaves


  • Soak udad dal over night, & drain water.
  • add salt & chopped green chilly and make smooth paste in food processor.
  • Now transfer it into a bowl and beat it well for like 15-20 mins.(Let the air get in the mixture)
  • make small sized balls, deep fry them on medium flame until they’re light brown.
  • Take them out and soak them in warm water or butter milk for 10 mins.
  • After 10 mins squeeze the water out and put them in a plates in which you gonna serve.
  • Tempering:
    1. Take a pan and add ghee/oil.
    2. Add the cumin seeds let it crackle.
  • Poor the tadka on vadas.
  • now add in the fudina & khjoor amli chutney, yogurt mixture, chat masala, roasted cumin powder, red chilly powder and Coriander leaves

Ok, It does seem complex and long recipe. But you can always use the chutneys with other chats as well. And the taste is worth the effort.

Dahi vada


Hey there!

How are you doing? Hope you are having nice day there. So my internet was down and I hated posting from phone because it takes ages. So finally I’m here with a post on my Saturday dinner.

Dahi vada is south Indian chaat dish in which deep fried vadas are soaked in water and later served with thick dahi, different kind of chatnis, chili powder, chat powder,etc. It tastes yummy.

I’ll make a post on detailed recipe about it. For now I just have this quick post.

Loads of love, take good care of yourselves.