Chicken 65

This is one of the best chicken appetizer or starter dish to be served in a party. It is a deep fried chicken dish that is very common in many Indian restaurants. Whenever we dine out from Indian restaurants, my younger one always has only one demand “I want Chicken 65”. He is not even…

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Chicken Cutlet-Kerala Style

Here in BYG, today I have a very tasty chicken cutlets for you. This is a perfect appetizer or snack recipe for everyone be it a kid or a grown up. You can enjoy it with ketchup or challas or make it a light meal. If you have burger buns, these cutlets can be enjoyed…

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Beef Ularthiyathu/ Kerala Style Beef fry

I am an ardent fan of beef recipes. I have already shared my beef cutlet and beef puffs recipes. Of all the beef recipes that I tried, this is the one which is very close to my heart. I learned to prepare this dish from my mother. This was one of her staple dish which…

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Homemade Churros

I tasted this Mexican dessert for the first time when we went for snowtubing in Poconos mountains. It was a very cold day and and after playing in snow for hours, it felt like freezing. So we went to the snack bar to get something to warm up. A friend suggested to try these warm…

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Chicken Donuts

It’s snack time again!!! I have been making more snacks at home now a days since the lock down is started. When all are at home, there is more demand for snacking and I too get in to a mood to make more snacks. Usually I am not a great fan of deep fried snacks…

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Broccoli Cauliflower Fritters

This is a very quick and easy to make fritters that is perfect for an afternoon stack. I love these quick to make snacks in the evening. This is a kind of “thattikootu” snack, as not much cooking is involved in it. If it tastes delicious and is packed with nutrients, then I don’t mind…

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Kerala Style Beef Cutlet

Beef Cutlets are always a hit in any gathering. They were one of the main starter dishes on special occasions among the Christian community in Kerala during my childhood days. They used to be served with ‘challas'(thinly sliced onion and green chillies in vinegar). They are always a common presence in the Christmas and Easter…

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