Hola from my part of the world!!!!!

It’s been a week since I shared a new recipe.Hmm.. been busy at work.I have many recipes yet to be shared with all wonderful people who encourage me. Today’s theme is PANCAKES and I will sharing an easy and yummy recipe which will be loved by everyone!!!

pancake (or hotcakegriddlecake, or flapjack) is a flat cake, often thin and round, prepared from a starch-based batter that may contain eggs, milk and butter and cooked on a hot surface such as a griddle or frying pan, often frying with oil or butter.Most of the recipes have eggs. I was inspired by Korean Potato Pancakes also known as Gamja-jeon. I have done some variation to suit our tastebuds. My boys just went gaga over these yummy pancakes. It is filling and perfect for breakfast too. I don’t have a sweet tooth so chose to make a savoury Pancake for this week’s theme.

My Contribution for 117th #Foodiemonday #Bloghop theme #PANCAKES is this yummy Multigrain Potato Pancake.

Recipe for Multigrain Potato Pancake:


For Pancakes:

2 Medium Size Potatoes peeled and grated

1 Tbsp Multigrain Powder (A mix of quinoa, greengram, flaxseeds and bajra)

1/4 Tsp Potato Starch

Salt to Taste

1/4 Cup finely Chopped Spring Onions

1 Green Chilli finely Chopped

For the Sauce:

2 Tbsp Soya Sauce

1 Tsp finely chopped white Onion

1 Tsp finely chopped Spring Onions

1/4 Tsp Sesame (Roasted slightly)

Add Chilli to adjust your Spice levels

4 Tbsp Oil(1 tsp oil for each pancake)


Take a wide bottom bowl. Mix all the ingredients of Pancake. Heat a skillet. Add oil. Then spread the potato mixture as per your desired thickness. Once the bottom turns golden brown flip the side and cook until the other side also turns golden brown.Once done remove and transfer the pancake to a plate.Repeat the process for the balance potato mixture.

For the Sauce:

Mix all the ingredients for the sauce and serve with hot pancakes.






Hello from my part of the world!!!!!!!!!

School holidays are over and my boys are back to school from today. Celebrating the last day of their holidays with an unusual Ambode recipe from my hometown. I have tweaked in a little by adding multigrain powder  and banana blossom that makes the amobode more crispy ,crunchy and tasty.

Our 99th #Foodiemonday #Bloghop theme is #Flowerrecipes and my contribution to this wonderful theme is Multigrain Banana Blossom Ambode .



2 Cups Channa dal / Split Chickpeas

1 Cup Banana Blossom florets  cleaned and chopped

2 Green Chillies

2 Red Chillies

1.5 Tsp Jeera / Cumin seeds

1/4 Tsp Hing / Asafoetida

3/4 Cup finely chopped Coriander

1 Tbsp  Fresh Ginger finely chopped

Salt to Taste

2 Tbsp Multigrain Powder ( refer to notes)

Salt to taste

Oil for frying


Soak channa dal for about 2.5 to 3 hours.

Remove the tough reddish leaves  and florets of the banana blossom one by one.Beneath these leaves there is a row of delicate yellow-tipped florets that can be removed and immediately soaked in butter milk  to avoid discoloration and bitterness.The florets are part of a tedious cleaning process.Pluck the matchstick-shaped pistil and soak the cleaned florets in butter milk again.

Grind and make a fine paste of Coriander ,jeera ,ginger ,green chilli and red chillies .Tranfer this mixture to a wide bowl. Now Coarsely grind channa dal and add it to the chilli coriander mixture. Now add hing, salt , multigrain powder , chopped florets and mix well. Add a tbsp of sizzling hot oil and mix well. Take a small quantity of mixture ,shape it into a round flat patty and deep fry until both the sides are golden brown.

Serve with any chutney or sauce of your choice. I enjoyed them with curd rice.



Notes :

  1. Clean the florets properly and ensure to remove the pistil. Immediately soak the cleaned florets in butter milk to avoid discoloration and bitterness.
  2. The  multigrain powder mix consists of Green gram ,Jowar, Flaxseed ,Bajra  all roasted and coarsely ground)




Multigrain and Mix Veggie Patty Burger(Vegetarian)


Hola Everyone !!!

Today is Eid and a public holiday for us.A relaxing day for me after a long time.Making some Burgers on kids demand today.

Many of us like fast food (i am not a fast food fan though) and Burgers fall in that category. There are many fast food giants serving variety of burgers. Have you ever wondered how it is made ? what goes into it? I am sure many of us have would have given a thought at some point of time. Being a vegetarian, i have less options which infact  is a blessing in disguise for me.

I always prefer to bake the buns and make patties at home ,assemble and then serve yummy and healthy burgers to my family.Today i am sharing a very easy recipe to make Multigrain and mix veggie burger patty. My kids don’t complain to have veggies when it is presented as a patty. I have used Store bought eggless  whole wheat buns today . I could not bake buns this time as i had guests during the weekend.

Today is monday and my contribution for the 57th #Foodiemonday  #Bloghop theme #BurgerFillings is this yummy Multigrain and Mix Veggie Patty Burger

Recipe for Multigrain and Mix Veggie Burger:

Ingredients for Patty:

(Makes 10 Patties)

1 Cup Green Peas coarsely ground

1 Cup Corn Kernels coarsely ground

4 Potatoes boiled , peeled and mashed

1 Cup Shitake Mushrooms (fresh)finely chopped

1.5 Tbsp Multigrain Powder( I have a mix of roasted flaxseed powder,roasted chia seeds powder,jowar roasted and powdered, green gram roasted and powdered)

1/2 Cup Besan / Gram Flour (Freshly ground sun dried channa dal)

1 Tsp Chaat Masala

1 Tsp Red Chilli Powder

Salt to Taste

1 Tsp Sriracha Sauce

2 Tbsp Olive oil


Take a wide bottom pan. Mash the potatoes nicely .Ensure there are no lumps. Mix all the ingredients listed above .Take a small portion of the mixture and shape it into round patties about 1/2 inch to 1 inch thick.Heat the pan. Add 1.2 tsp oil and shallow fry the patties .Ensure both the sides turn brown.Once done keep them aside.

Ingredients for assembling the Burger:

Whole wheat Buns

Bell peppers red,yellow and green

Sliced Tomatoes

Cheese Slices

Sauce( i have mixed chilli sauce, sriracha sauce and added some chopped bell peppers)

Honey Mustard Sauce

Sunflower Seeds

Baby Lettuce


Method to assemble the Burger:

Take a whole wheat bun and slice it into half. You may toast it if you like. I have lightly toasted the buns.Place a baby lettuce, then a patty.Add a cheese slice and place another patty.Add some colored bell peppers ,sunflower seeds and tomato slices.Drizzle some bell pepper sauce mixture and honey mustard. Place the other half of the bun on the top.

Serve immediately!!!!

PS:You can also bake the patties in case you don’t want to shallow fry.