Kashmiri red chilli powder
The Kashmiri chilli is smaller in size, it is less pungent and gives a very bright colour to the food. It is available in all super markets under different brands. It can be used in recipes like pav bhaji, aloo fry or even tava pulao.
Indian Snacks using chilli powder
Snacks should be spicy and chatpata to bring back the mood. Snacks can actually make you fresh for the day, as you eat your comfort food. Try these snack recipe and you will surely enjoy.
1. Bread Pakora a very famous Mumbai Street Food, quick evening snack and Indian breakfast which is famous and widely eaten all over India
2. Aloo Tikki a relatively simple version that you can prepare with readymade spice powders.
3. Paneer Tikka Roll a famous street food that comes from Kolkata and West Bengal.
4. Pasta in Tomato Sauce pasta combined with homemade fresh tomato pulp, tomato ketchup, herbs and spring onions. This is so delicious that it retains its strong aroma and flavour.
5. Masala Cheese Toast a scrumptious toast with a masaledar veggie topping that reminds you of all-time favourites like Samosa and Veg Puffs.
Guajarati recipes using chilli powder
Guajarati likes less spicy, but they enjoy their dals, farsaans and sabzi to be a little spicier at times. Here are specialty of Guajarati recipes, try it and you will know. why the food is so delicious .
1. Khatta Dhokla a soft and fluffy steamed snack from the Gujarati repertoire. This all-time favourite is enjoyed as a starter, as a tea-time snack, or even for breakfast.
2. Mixed Dal Handvo every Gujarati household has their own way of making handvo and here we have shared our version of Gujarati handvo.
3. Gujarati Dal a characteristic sweet and sour taste, this traditional dal recipe is quite reflective of Gujarati culture and uses the typical ingredients and spices.
4. Dal Dhokli a perfect combination of spiced whole wheat flour dhoklis simmered in Gujarati dal.
5. Ragda Patties introduction to the food-lover. For the rest of you, it’s a yummy dish of potato patties, stuffed with spiced safed vatana, and drowned in a tongue-tickling gravy.