Spinach Tomato Omelette (Eggless) – This Omelette is an East Indian/South Asian based pancake but it’s not sweet …it’s got a savory spicy taste and it’s made from Besan (Gram Flour).

Tortilla Veggie Samosa – Here’s a very easy recipe to make vegetable samosas. If not sure how to wrap a samosa not problem make it with Tortillas. Works and taste great. Enjoy !

Cheesy Veggie Rice Balls – These deep fried and stuffed rice balls are absolutely must make. Simple and easy steps mix, roll, coat and fry. Done!

Methi Kela na Bhajiya – A very popular and tasty Gujarati snack called Mehti Kela na Bhajiya, Fenugreek leaves & Banana Fritter or also known as Khalwa. These tasty treats have a very rare combination of mildly-bitter methi leaves (fenugreek) and pleasantly sweet ripe bananas. These mouthwatering Methi Kela na Bhajiya are light and fluffy from the inside and have a very nice dark golden texture on the outside.

Methi Palak Pakora | Fenugreek Leaves & Spinach Fritters (with the added touch of Fresh Green Garlic and Leftover Rice) – Methi Palak Pakora is one of those yummy Indian snacks that are an absolute must try. The combination of Methi (fenugreek leaves), Palak (spinach) and fresh Green Garlic is to good and too health.

Moong Dal Dhokla -A very nice traditional Gujarati savory breakfast or tea time snack, Moong Dal Dhokla (Yellow Split Gram Dal Savory Cake) This Moong Dal Dhokla is a non-traditional, no fermentation, soft spongy, savory steamed cake, infused with sugar lemon water,garnished with tempered mustard seeds, sesame seeds, green chili and freshly chopped coriander (cilantro).

Double Cheese Toasted Coriander Chutney Sandwich – The perfect sandwich for breakfast, lunch or dinner made with goodness of healthy choice multi grain bread, with four different super delicious cheese slices, Pepper Jack Monterey Jack with Jalapeño Peppers, Mild Cheddar, Swiss cheese and Colby Jack Ripen Cheese. Freshly made coriander (cilantro) Chutney with freshly sliced tomatoes, cucumbers and red onions seasoned with salt & pepper and toasted till nice and golden brown.

Corn Flour Spinach Onion Pakora are sinfully delicious little fritters made in a combination of corn flour, besan (gram flour), spinach, onion and flavored up with a combination of dried spices and deep fried till nice and golden brown.

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