South Asia Food

South Asia Food

  • 13 Recipes
Tandoori Salmon

Tandoori Salmon

Last week I tried Indian food for the first time – and it was delicious. You will need a food processor (although you could probably substitute a blender here), a large sheet pan, tin foil, and a medium sized bowl for the raita
Meat Samosa

Meat Samosa

Eid holiday started hope I can post new recipes next 10 days. I was eagerly waiting for these days. This time I am planing to make some thing new for Eid but I am not sure how it will come
Samosa  /  Crispy Onion Samosa  /  Step By Step Recipe

Samosa / Crispy Onion Samosa / Step By Step Recipe

It is rightly called as the KING  of  Indian  street  food. Onion Samosa. This wonderfully crispy snack does not need any introduction coz of its popularity not only in India but throughout the whole world
Potato & Paneer Stuffed Yeasted Muffins

Potato & Paneer Stuffed Yeasted Muffins

Since i want to go through the experience of packing foods for kids, i chosed this week's theme for blogging marathon as Mess free tiffin box
Pav buns & Pav bhaji with step by step pictorial

Pav buns & Pav bhaji with step by step pictorial

           I want to thanks Radhika of Tickling palates for creating this Lovely oppurtunity to be a part of Blog hop, Which is gong to be a wonderful platform for all food bloggers to know each other and share their opinions and experience
Gul Poli

Gul Poli

The very first Hindu festival in January is Sankranti - also called Pongal, Lohri, Bihu and many other names in various regions around India and also in South East Asia
Laddoo

Laddoo

Ladoos are most famous in India and it is apt for all festivals,occasions. Laddoos are tiny balls fried in oil , soaked in sugar syrup and shaped

Besan Laddoo

(English Version). Besan Laddoo are made from besan (gram flour) with ghee, it's main ingredients. Can mix with mashed cashew nut, pistachio and almonds
Boondi Ladoo

Boondi Ladoo

Ingredients1 cup besana pinch of eno / baking sodaGhee for deep frying ( I used a combination of canola oil and ghee)1 1/2 cups sugar1/2 cup water4 to 5 saffron strands14 to 15 raisins14 to 15 cashews1/4 teaspoon cardamom powder4 cloves1 to 2 drops yellow food color1 to 2 drops red food colorMethodMix the besan and eno together - add enough water to make it into a paste - similar to the consistency of bhajiya/pakoda dough or pancake mixture. Divide the mixture into 2 parts - add the yellow food color to one part and add the red food color to the other part and mix well. 1 to 2 drops yellow food color

Beef Bhuna Bangladesh

(English Version). Bhuna is dried curry Bangladesh, which should be stirred constantly until water dried and spices permeated