This nutty and chocolaty pizza is perfect for kids, and kindles awake the childishness in adults too! Made quickly and easily with a spread of Nutella and a topping of finely chopped nuts, the Chocolate Pizza has an exotic hazelnut flavour, which intensifies upon baking, making it impossible to resist!
Preparation Time: 5 mins. Cooking Time: Nil. Makes 4 pizzas.
Baking Time: 30 to 35 minutes Baking Temperature: 180° C (360°F)
The Arabs call these sprouts ‘the father of all foods’! Sprouts are fortified with good amounts of nutrients making it a super healthy food. This sandwich cuts down on the second slice of bread, as it is an open sandwich. Colorful peppers, olives, sprouts, tomato and cheese baked on a footlong make it an extremely tasty meal!
Preparation Time: 15 mins Cooking Time: 9 mins Makes 4 open sandwiches
An innovative but time-consuming snack that is well worth the extra trouble! use whole wheat pizza bases and a range of exciting but low calorie toppings to create this colourful pizza. Remember not to indulge in it too often, however tempting it may look and taste! make it a special treat.
Preparation Time: 25 mins
Cooking Time: 15 mins Makes 16 slices
I often create new recipes with what is left in the refrigerator. Many of these creations work and my family lets me know when they don’t. This is one of the recipes that got a hearty nod. It provides adequate amounts of calcium, vitamin C and fibre. Sprouting the pulses increases their nutrient content and also makes them easier to digest as compared to whole unsprouted pulses.
Soya Khaman Dhokla brings a healthy twist to the traditional favourite by combining soya flour with the gram flour used to make the batter. This peps up the iron content of this desi snack. Remember that the consistency of the batter and perfection in tempering are two keys to the success of any dhokla, so pay attention to these aspects.
Preparation Time: 5 mins
Cooking Time: 10 mins Makes 15 pieces
Mango, the King of Fruits has many followers world over. Punjab is no different. Punjabis love mangoes and have mango-based recipes in almost every course of the meal, right from the signature Aam ka Achaar made with raw mangoes to delicious, cool Mango Lassi made with juicy ripe ones. The mango pulp imparts a rich golden colour as well as an irresistible aroma and flavour to the drink. When mangoes are not in season, frozen pulp can be used instead.