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A meal without Rice is no meal

Rice is one such ingredient which is highly versatile, belongs to almost every cuisine and can be cooked in as many ways, as a starter, entree or a dessert. How many of us know that there are more than 40,000 varieties of rice? Also, rice is considered fortunate and as a symbol of fertility in many cultures.
“Rice is the best, the most nutritive and unquestionably the most widespread staple in the world.”
So, how many experiments have you done with this chef’s favorite
friend? None yet, than it’s never too late! Savegenie has brought some of the best rice recipes from across the world.

Mauritian Chicken Fried Rice
We do not think this dish needs much introduction to the Mauritian people. Among the most ordered food in any restaurant, it is prepared in a variety of ways but typically Mauritian fried rice is prepared with a mix of chicken and veggies (frozen). Serve piping hot with some tomato salsa and chilli paste.

Joll of Rice
This popular Nigerian meal will make you jovial like it does to the Africans. Basmati rice is prepared and mixed with tomato stew and seasonings giving a tangy taste to our food buds. Fried beef, assorted meat or chicken can be used as toppings which give rice a characteristic orange colour from the mixture.

Chicken and Rice Casserole with Spinach and Shiitakes Recipe
There cannot be anything more American than a Casserole! Regular brown rice or any wild rice can be used to make this spectacular baked dish. To make it more exotic, chicken and rice, a vintage combination can be brightened with fresh spinach and variety of mushrooms to make it a perfect dish for a family supper.

Glorified Rice
Roses are Red, Violets are Blue. You will be sweet, if you will have this dish too! This Glorified Rice is a dessert salad, basically a rice pudding with crushed pineapple, whipped cream and maraschino cherries. It’s a great dish to dazzle at a garden party.

Caramelized Onion Risotto
This Italian origin dish is a hearty, warming rice dish with the flavours of saffron, parmesan cheese & butter, topped with caramelized onions. Everyone loves the creamy flavour of this alluring dish. But the secret behind this creamy texture is the presence of high amount of starch in risotto. It is an elegant wine cooked celebration-worthy dish which will taste awesome when cooked with an Italian variety of rice.


Seafood Paella
This Spanish rice dish paella, takes its name from the pan it is cooked in and is also a national dish of Spain. Its peculiar flavour is because of the use of ingredients like paella rice, prawns saffron and olive oil making it a healthy choice too.

These were the little secret about rice dishes of different locations and all are delicious in taste.

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DIY Beauty Tips

Everyone loves a good DIY beauty tips! Since, winters are pedalling their way in; most of us must be looking for routine skincare without exposing ourselves to chemicals. Any beauty products contain dozens of harmful chemicals, which is not advisable for our skin. Fortunately there are ample of alternatives to these chemical based products. Savegenie will suggest some easy DIY beauty tips which we bet you will definitely try!

Homemade Body Wash
Amidst our busy routine one thing we could swap out with something natural is body wash. To prepare this we only need a grated soap bar, 12 cups of water & 2tbsp glycerine. Bring water to a boil, add soap and whisk properly. After sometime, add glycerine and allow it to set for 24 hours. Depending on what type of soap we buy, we can easily make our own customized body wash. So which one are you making?

Moisturizing Lotion Bars
Well this winter we will not think about dry skin because will stay moisturized with DIY lotion bars which will nourish our skin. Made with cocoa butter, coconut oil, beeswax, essential oils, mix all the ingredients in a glass jar except essential oils and place the jar in saucepan with a little water on it. Combine the elements for 10-15 minutes and let them rest. Now add essential oils and your lotion bar is ready use.

Dry Shampoo
This DIY dry shampoo is a great way to keep hair look, smell and feel exceptional for days between washes. Our granny use to make shampoo like this only. All we need is a few essential oils, lavender, rosemary, peppermint & arrowroot powder. Put all the essentials in a food processor & combine well till it becomes powdery. Store it in a dry place and use on oily parts of hair and you are ready to rock the party.

Customized Face Wash
It’s simple foaming face wash recipe which can be customized for all skin types. For basic recipe, we just need three ingredients & water. Take half a cup of any unscented soap, 2 tbsp skin enhancer (aloe vera gel or jojoba oil) & approx 30 drops of essential oil. Stir well and add a cup of distilled water and our organic face wash are ready to soothe and shine our skin.

Lip Gloss
If you want to adopt some change from those artificial colors & fragrances of commercial lip glosses then make your own gloss! All we need is beeswax, shea butter, coconut/ jojoba/ almond oil, castor oil & essential oil, pigment like beet root powder. Repeat the process of lotion bars and at the end add pigment. Enjoy natural lip gloss to have luscious lips.

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Simple Things We Can Do Everyday to Be Healthier

When it comes to our health, extensive life changes become a little difficult to execute and harder to sustain. The key to lifelong good health can be called as lifestyle medicine by making simple changes in diet, exercise and stress management.

So if you are looking to switch up, be healthier, slimmer, and stronger than you have been; Savegenie suggest some easy to follow life hacks which will help accomplish our health goals.


Eat colors for your health
Life is not a platter but your food is definitely! Give your food a colourful texture with different colour veggies & fruits to enjoy the benefits. Eat white colour veggies to strengthen the immune system, red to improve heart & blood health, orange to prevent cancer, green to purify with detoxification, yellow to fortify skin elasticity and purple to increase longevity.


Make a habit of drinking Herbal Teas
Nowadays varieties of tea are available. If we talk specifically about herbal tea then there is a herbal tea for everything. ‘Green tea’ is an excellent energy – boosting alternative to coffee whereas ‘chamomile’ helps us to go to sleep with ‘peppermint tea’ helping to aid digestion. So choose your favourite tea and start sipping.


Upset with Dry Skin, Eat Avocados
If you bothered by dry skin, the solution is very simple. All you need to do is incorporate avocados in your daily diet. They are rich in mono-unsaturated fat and vitamin-E, both of which promote healthy skin. Try them on salads and sandwiches and even in smoothies!


Looking for a natural mood booster, smell an orange
Smelling an orange a day, will keep you cheerful all day. YES!! It is proved that the essential oils of orange help boost mood and alertness and also reduces the anxiety level. However, if fresh fruit is not available, we may also buy some bottled oil and dab a drop on each wrist or can also massage into the temples.


Choose a smaller plate
Well this may sound a bit childish but it’s a fact. Science has proved that the plate we choose to eat from influences how much we put on it. This may reduce the calorie content upto 20 percent. Isn’t it interesting that size of our plate will decide how much healthy we are! Try once!


Sleeping Sickness, Try aromatherapy
Feeling insomniac, unable to take your beauty slee, all you need to do is put a tissue with a few drops of lavender oil inside your pillowcase before bed. This easy aromatherapy trick will help sleep deeply and peacefully.


20/20/20 rule for your eyes only
Nowadays we all know T20 cricket but now we have a 20/20/20 rule for eyes also. You read it right! Follow this simple “20” rule and make your eyes relaxed. After every 20 minutes, just take a 20 second break and let your eyes wander over something in distance at 20 feet.

8 Love yourself

Love yourself and be healthy
“Love yourself and life will love you back”. We all heard this quote somewhere in our lives. But this actually works. Practise a little self-love and exfoliate your body with sea salt and olive oil scrub. It’s an easy to make DIY body scrub to regenerate your skin and make you shine all day.


“Health and cheerfulness naturally beget each other.”

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Street Food we thought were Mauritian but are actually not

A one-stop destination for a food lover to relish combination of native African, Chinese, French and Indian cuisine is Mauritius. A likable discovery that a visitor to Mauritius makes apart from white sandy beaches is the abundant street food.

We all will be surprised to know that these delectable snacks despite being favourite of all the Mauritians are actually local of other countries.  Savegenie explored list of some of our preferred street food which are not of Mauritian origin:


Dhal Puri
It is known as the national street food of Mauritius. Loved by almost every Mauritian, how many of us know that this street food originates from the Caribbean’s Indian population. Interestingly though, this street delicacy is a uniquely Caribbean twist on an Indian food.


Gateau Piment
Don’t they look delicious? All crispy and ready for us to eat them. This popular Mauritian snack, great for pre-dinner grains with a drink is actually a native of Mexico, popularly known as chilli cakes. Taste of these fritters can be enjoyed maximum when served hot.


Haleem Soup
This hot sizzling soup has been making our palate richer since ages. However, it is a stew popular in other countries as well. Its origin lies in the popular Arabian dish known as Harees which dates back to the 10th century.


Dumpling or Boulette
Similar to Chinese dumplings but differentiated by origin, drizzled with spring onions and chilli paste, Boulette or say dumplings has a German origin, came from the word dampf-ling and dish Dampfnudel.


The beautiful tempting shades and the rich and irresistible aroma of this historical cuisine still work their magic on our senses. Tracing the origins of Biryani, this dish belongs to Persia where it was referred as Birian in Farsi.


Samosas are a perfect snack to take with us as we travel through many attractions of Mauritius. These small pastry snacks that have a variety of fillings varying from potatoes to cheese, chicken or fish are also known as Sambossa and originate from the Middle East.

These dishes are originated from different places except Mauritius but we love to eat them. So Enjoy!

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Tips to make simple home-made food look exotic

Ever wondered how the exotic looking restaurant food can be replicated at home with ease. Good looking food tempts all the senses, not just the palate which helps the body produce more fluids that aid in nutrient absorption.Savegenie has brought some simple techniques to make the home food more appealing and enticing.



  • We always observe those exotic looking sauces complex design on foodplates. Don’t get amused we can make these design by our simple plasticsqueeze bottle – the same one we see filled with ketchup at the road side burger joints. So, next time whenever any of us see those complex designs just don’t get amused, we can make our own with a simple squeeze bottle.
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  • We all love to eat desserts post meal in restaurants. These desserts are moretempting because of its alluring design which we see on the dessert plate.Those beautiful swirls are actually not difficult and can easily be made througha toothpick. Just drag a simple wooden toothpick through rings or lines of sauce and your magnificent looking plate is ready.
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  • We all are amused with sliced fruits and vegetables in different style toperfection. But don’t carry misconception that chefs cut those by hands. Itsmandoline (handy tools usually of a flat frame with adjustable blades forcreating evenly thin slices of fruits & vegetables) can do that for us without any hassle.
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  • Everyone is fan of those elegant, food network worthy-stacks. To make them,simply buy a metal ring and design your own lavish food stacks. Fill the ringwith, say, mashed potatoes, tamp it down, and slip off the ring. Pile the rest ofthe food like colorful vegetables carefully on the top and food stack is ready to gobble down.
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  • We always wonder that how these chefs never fail to please us with theirfood. The secret are few things in their kitchen which is must – Shallots, butterand fresh herbs like parsley. If we use to these to garnish plate it will add colorto the dish.
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  • On plate we observe combination of crunchy food with soft food. This texturecontrast is a good way to draw the eye. To quickly add some crunch to a dish,try topping it with some crushed, roasted walnuts, almonds. A piece of cheeseor whipped cream can add a soft, creamy texture to dishes.
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  • Last but not the least, start with brightly colored, well – cooked food. Layer thefood and play with contrasting colors and textures to increase its visualappeal.

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Ugadi – Remembering the Divine

Ugadi comes again this year on 8th of April, it is the day that Lord Brahma, the Hindu god of creation, initiated creation and set into play the forces of universe. Ugadi marks the first day of the new year. It marks an auspicious time to begin new ventures, set personal goals for self – improvement and reconnect with the divine through prayers and mantras.

Ugadi means..
New Life
New Hope
New Aspirations
New Beginning
Let’s make each day Ugadi!

Celebration happens by decorating the doorways with mango leaves and special dishes like the Ugadi Pachhadi which mixes six flavors that represent six feelings of life experiences that we encounter in our lives. The ingredients include jaggery to represent sweetness, bitter neem for sadness, hot chillies for anger, green mango for surprise, and tart tamarind for sourness.


Savegenie have brought a Ugadi special meal box for our followers to relish this festival with these palatable dishes.


Poornam Boorelu / Sugeelu

This is one such dish which is loved by people who are fond of sweets as well as by those who like to munch. To give it an authentic taste, toor dal is used in the filling, while many use chana dal also which serves the same purpose. Outer covering is again made up of lots of variations like urad dal, maida batter and rice-urad mixture. Deep fry the balls and you are ready to munch on!!


Kandi Unta Majjiga Pulusu / Steam Toor Dal Dumplings in Yogurt Gravy

This is one of the healthy yet delectable dishes as the dumplings are steamed and no frying is involved. The tanginess from the yogurt based gravy is a great compliment to the protein packed steamed toor dal dumplings. We can have the steamed dumplings as it is as a snack or eat them in the yogurt gravy with rice.



Vangibath is a popular household preparation at the time of Ugadi. It is also believed that eating this dish on New Year’s Eve brings good luck. It is traditionally made of dry roast chana dal, urad dal, red chillies, cinnamon. This can be stored in an air tight container for 3-4 months.


Foxtail Millet Kheer

This delicious kheer that tastes like it has been made in heaven is easy to make. Various millets can be used to cook this. It can also be a nice healthy alternative to the boring oats and we could also include them in our daily diet. We could also add ground coconut-poppy seed mixture to make the kheer rich.

“May this Ugadi bring you the utmost in peace and prosperity.
May lights triumph over darkness.
May peace transcend the earth.”
Happy Ugadi

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Coffee is all the goodness of life in a cup

“Among the numerous luxuries of the table…coffee may be considered as one of the most valuable. It excites cheerfulness without intoxication; and the pleasing flow of spirits which it occasions…is never followed by sadness, languor or debility.” Stated by Benjamin Franklin.
There really can’t be anyone in this world who has never tried coffee. It is among those drinks which have the mystical power to lure almost anyone with its aroma. Just a sip and we are mesmerized. Another sip and we feel adrenaline gushing into our body and a desire to have more flashes into our mind.


The consumption of coffee goes back to centuries. Coffee grows on trees. The coffee trees can grow upto 30 feet tall. Have we ever wondered that the coffee beans which make our drink are actually a seed inside of a bright red berry. A cup of coffee in the morning may pack more than just an energy boost.

Coffee is not a beverage… It’s a moment of pleasure.

Whether we know that there are two types of coffee beans, Arabica and Robusta. These two beans are used more than any other variety of beans, either in their pure form or in coffee blends.



Taste is stronger and harsher
Caffenie is 1.7~4.0%
30% of world’s coffee is Robusta
Relatively cheaper
Sweeter, More mild in taste
Caffenie is 0.8~1.4% only
70% of world’s coffee is Arabica
More expensive


How many of us are an espresso fan? Well, we all are! How many shots can you gulp down in one go? Or should say have we ever measured the number of coffee beans we consume in a single espresso shot? Well its 40 !! Yes it right. It takes 40 coffee beans to make an espresso shot. So next time, doesn’t just count the shots, count the number of beans and boast it around! So Coffee Beans are very Precious.

Coffee can be pretty amazing for our brain, our skin and our body. Lets explore few reasons one should wake up and smell the coffee…


• Improve energy levels and make you Smarter
Having a Black coffee increases adrenaline levels in blood. Adrenaline is our body fight or flight hormone which helps to give more energy. Caffeine absorbed in blood, travels to brain leading to improved mental alertness.

• Coffee can help you burn Fat
Caffeine is one of the few natural substances that have actually proven to support fat burning. So whoever wants to have flat belly can start drinking coffee.


• Coffee is great for our liver (especially if we drink alcohol)
Consuming coffee seems to have some protective benefits against alcoholic diseases. Those who drink at least one cup of coffee a day were 20 percent less to develop liver diseases.


• Coffee could reduce our chances of getting skin cancer
Women who drink three or more cups of coffee a day are much less likely to develop skin cancer than those who don’t.


• Coffee make us more intelligent 
We usually drink coffee when we are sleep deprived, right? Well, that much-needed thrust not only keeps us awake, it makes us sharper. It’s just that when we take caffeine, pretty much anything we will measure will improve: reaction time, vigilance, logical reasoning – most of these complex functions we associate with intelligence.

• Coffee, a wonder drink for our stomach 
Caffeine stimulates and increases the production of stomach acid which helps digestion. Coffee after dinner makes sense!


• Coffee may help you live longer
Coffee drinkers should be happy as Coffee contains lot of antioxidants and protects from lot of diseases therefore it lowers the risk of death.


Coffee is quoted as
“Black as the devil, hot as hell, pure as an angel, sweet as love.”

Just enjoy every sip !! You can order variety of coffee online by downloading our Android App on playstore ‘’

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The Golden Wonder Herb

Guess which is a single herb which is bright yellow in colour and does wonders on human body. It works as antioxidant, supports joint health, detoxifies the body, protects the cardiovascular system, controls inflammation, balance hormones and does many more things.

This Golden Wonder Herb is referred to as ‘Turmeric’traditionally known as “Indian saffron”. It comes from the root of the Curcuma Longa plant & has a tough brown skin & a deep orange flesh.


Turmeric is native to Indonesia & Southern India, where it has been harvested for more than 5,000 years and has served an important role in many traditional cultures including Ayurveda. It has been gaining huge popularity in Westdue to recent research that has proven its therapeutic properties.

Health Benefits


  •  Relief for arthritis patients–Turmeric’s combination of antioxidant & anti-inflammatory effects provides relief to people with joint disease when they use the spice . It is comparable in its effects to anti-inflammatory medicines that person takes over long term.



  • Cancer prevention – Turmeric’s antioxidant actions protect body cells from free radical damage & formation of cancer cells. It also helps the body to destroy mutated cancer cells, so they cannot spread through the body. Frequent use of turmeric lowers rate of breast, prostate, lung, and colon cancer & childhood leukaemia.



  • Detoxifying body- It increases the level of detoxifying enzymes in liver & thus boosts up detoxification system in body.



  • Protects your heart– It prevents the oxidation of cholesterol& formation of plaque which helps in reducing the progression of heart disease & diabetes.

Alzheimer’s disease


  • Protection against Alzheimer’s disease – It’santioxidative action helps in cleaning up the plagues which are characteristic of Alzheimer’s disease. It affords protection against neurodegenerative diseases.



  • Home remedy for IBD (inflammatory bowel disease) – It provides an inexpensive, natural & effective treatment for IBD patients avoiding the use of medicines.


  • For face pack – It helps in getting rid of acne without using chemicals. It can be added along with gram flour and curd paste and can be applied on the face.



Where to Store

It should be kept in a tightly sealed container in a cool, dark & dry place. Fresh turmeric rhizome should be kept in refrigerator.


Tips to Use

You can sprinkle it on salad orcan use it in curries. You can also cook it with rice giving rice a yellow tinge.
Since turmeric has a deep colour which can easily stain we recommend wearing kitchen gloves while handling. Also the stained area should be washed with soap & water.


Turmeric has a peppery, warm & bitter flavor&mild fragrance. It is reminiscent of orange & ginger however it is not just a spice which adds flavour to the food but also acts as a miraculous medicine which serves multiple purpose.
You can avail the benefit of this wonderful spice by downloading our Android App on Playstore ‘’.

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A pie without ‘Cheese’ is like a ‘Kiss’ without a ‘Squeeze’

‘A slice of pie without cheese is like a kiss without a squeeze’ – Stephen King. We say ‘Cheese’ before clicking a photograph to get the perfect smile on our face. Cheese is associated with romance, happiness and togetherness.

Savegenie believes we should unravel the mystery and provide some interesting tips to our followers to create a truly magical moment of togetherness with lovely Cheese.

Cheese is derived from milk and it comes in over 2,000 varieties of flavours, textures and forms. It comprises proteins and fat from milk of cows, buffalo, goats or sheep. The flavour and textures depends on the origin of the milk (including animal’s diet), butterfat content, bacteria present, processing style, aging time and herbs / spices used.

Popular Varieties:
Cheddar cheese: This originated in Cheddar village in England. This is firm, cow’s milk cheese that ranges in flavour from mild to sharp and in colour from a natural white to orange. It varies in flavour depending on the length of aging and their origin. The optimal aging is between 3 to 5 years.

Parmesan Cheese:It is made from unpasteurized cow’s milk with origins in Italy. Cheese made from cow’s grazing on fresh grass and hay only qualifies to be Parmesan cheese. It is hard, gritty texture and is fruity and nutty in taste. It is mostly used in pasta, soup and risotto preparation.

Cream cheese:It is fresh type of cheese and is not aged hence has a lower shelf life. The flavour is subtle, fresh and sweet with a light tangy taste. It is made by adding cream to cow’s milk which gives it richness and white colour. It is smooth and spreads easily at room temperate.

Goat cheese: It comes in a variety of forms, although the most common is a soft, easily spread cheese with a distinct tangy flavour, sometimes strong caused by specific hormones. Goats have hard digestive systems and eat many bitter plants than cows causing distinct flavours.

Swiss cheese: It is generic name for variety of cheeses prepared in Switzerland. It is made from cow’s milk and has sweet and nutty light flavour. It is known for being glossy, light or pale yellow and having large holes which is caused by carbon dioxide released during the process of maturation.

Blue cheese : This is made of cow’s, sheep’s or goats milk with Penicillium cultures added so that the cheese has blue, blue-gray or blue-green spots and has a distinct smell with sharp and salty flavours. It can be eaten directly or can be melted over foods.

Serving & Storage Tips



  • Unpasteurized cheese with a range of flavors should not be sliced before consumption to avoid loss of flavour and aroma.
  • It should be stored in conditions where it matures. Hard, semi-hard and semi-soft cheeses are stored in the temperatures from around 8 – 13 C.
  • It should be wrapped in the waxed paper and place it in a loose-fitting food-bag to avoid loss of humidity and maintain air circulation (cling film to be avoided).
  • Cold cheeses should be taken out of the fridge one to two hours before serving and should be cut in one fluid motion.
  • It should not be stored with other strong-smelling foods. As cheese breathes it will absorb other aromas and may get spoilt.

Perfect MatchCheese & Wine
Both cheese and wine are natural products which can be consumed together. As a rule, the fresher / whiter the cheese the fruitier / crisper the wine should be. Both foods that can be enjoyed in their ‘raw’ state without much preparation.

The choice of Cheese and Wine are normally based on individual tastes however keep in mind the following principles:

  • A smooth, fatty cheese goes well with a smooth, oily wine.
  • Sweet wine contrasts well with a high acidity cheese.
  • White wines go better with more cheeses than red wines.
  • Red wines – fruity, light ones are better match than the other red varieties.
  • Dry, fresh red wines pair better with soft goat cheeses.
  • Try regional combination, the cheese and wine from the same region.

Team Savegenie brings you variety of cheese and wine and much more which can be home delivered within 3 hours. Use Savegenie promo code ‘Geniecheese’ for availing Rs. 50 OFF* by downloading our app on Playstore ‘’

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Maha Shivratri – Fasting Recipes

Maha Shivaratri is a Hindu festival celebrated every year in reverence of the God Shiva. It is the day Shiva married to the Goddess Parvati. This day marks the convergence of Shiva and Shakti. It is celebrated by offering of Bael leaves and milk to Shiva and all day fasting.
Since most of the people have fast Savegenie has brought some nice fasting receipes which can be enjoyed by everyone.


1.Sabudana Vada : Vada’s will make a perfect dish for family

  • 1 ½ cups of Sago (sabudana)
  • 3 medium Potatoes boiled and mashed
  • 1 cup roasted peanuts coarsely ground
  • 3 green chillies finely chopped
  • 2 tbsp fresh coriander leaves chopped
  • 1 tpsp lemon juice
  • Salt to taste
  • Oil to deep fry


  • Soak the sabudana for minimum two hours with adequate water to cover it. Drain off excess water. Mix together sabudana, potatoes, peanuts, green chillies, coriander leaves, lemon juice and salt.
  • Mix thoroughly. Divide into sixteen lemon sized balls, flatten between palms of your hands. Heat sufficient oil in a kadai and deep fry vadas in hot oil till golden brown.
  • Drain on absorbent paper. Serve hot with chutney of your choice.


2.Faraali Pahadi Tikka : This paneer tikka – all time favourite

  • ½ cup fresh hung curd
  • 1 ½ cups chopped mint leaves
  • 1 cup chopped coriander leaves
  • 2 tbsp chopped green chillies
  • 2 tsp cumin seeds
  • 2 tsp lemon juice
  • Rock salt to taste
  • These ingredients are mixed together in a smooth green paste

Other Ingredients

  • 2 cups paneer cut in 1” cubes
  • 1 cup boiled and peeled baby potatoes cut into halves
  • 1 cup sweet potato peeled, cut into 1” slices and parboiled
  • 1 cup purple yam (kand) peeled, cut into 1” slices and parboiled
  • 1 tbsp oil


  • Place one piece each of the paneer, purple yam, sweet potato and baby potato halves onto a toothpick. Repeat with the remaining ingredients to make more tikkas.
  • Apply the green marinade evenly on the paneer and the vegetables and keep aside for 15 to 20 minutes.
  • Heat a non-stick tava (griddle) and cook the tikkas on a medium flame, using oil, till the paneer and vegetables are light brown in colour from all sides.
  • Serve it hot.


3.Coconut ladoos
: Ladoos will melt in your mouth

  • 5 cups desiccated coconut (unsweetened)
  • ⅔ cup sugar
  • ½ cup water
  • 3-4 cardamoms powder


  • Mix the sugar with water and keep it on low flame to cook. Continue to cook till you get one thread consistency in the sugar solution.
  • Switch off the flame and mix the dessicated coconut and cardamom powder to the solution.
  • Quickly stir and make small balls from the mixture. If the mixture becomes cold put it again on flame to warm and then make ladoos.
  • Serve the coconut ladoos

4.Virgin Pina Colada:  Colada will refresh your mood

  • 2 to 2.25 cups chopped pineapples
  • 4 to 6 ice cubes
  • ¾ cup thick coconut milk – 200 ml
  • 2 to 3 tbsp sugar
  • few pineapple wedges for garnish


  • Take the pineapple wedges, ice cubes and sugar in a blender. Blend to get a smooth puree.
  • Add coconut milk and few more ice cubes and blend to make it smooth.
  • Pour Pina Colada in glasses and serve with pineapple wedges and mint on top.

5.Sweet Potato Chocolate Cake:  Cake everyone will love
Dry Ingredients

  • 1+1/2cupsall purpose flour
  • 2tbspcorn flour
  • 1tsp baking powder
  • 1/2tsp baking soda
  • 1/2cup cocoa powder
  • 1/4tsp salt

Wet ingredients:

  • 1/2cup mashedsweet potato
  • 1tsp vanilla extract
  • 3/4cup sugar
  • 1/2cup oil
  • 1/2cup yogurt


  • Preheat the oven to 350F. Grease a round pan and keep it aside.
  • Mix all the dry ingredients together and keep aside.
  • Mix all the wet ingredients together in a bowl.
  • Make a well in the centre of the dry ingredients and then add the wet ingredients and mix gently with a spatula.
  • Pour this batter to baking trayand bake for 25-30minutes. Allow to cool and cake is ready to serve.


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