all been guilty of having those untimely hunger pangs? Either during the
evening when dinner time is a bit far and lunch has settled in. But the ongoing
pandemic has left us unsure about ordering in our favourite snacks.
mean that you cannot have all the delicious food that you get in a restaurant –
yes, you read that right!
You can make
your favourite snacks at home.
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always welcome. Isn’t it? Let’s take a look at the recipe for Tomato Basil
Toast shared by nutrition consultant Shivika Gandhi on her Instagram page,
pasta sauce 1 tablespoon
· Spread pasta pizza sauce on the
· Keep cheese slice on it.
· Top your bread with sliced tomatoes
· Grill the toast for 2-3 minutes.
· Once grilled, sprinkle some Italian
herb seasoning or oregano on the toast.
powder 1/8 teaspoon
powder ¼ teaspoon
A pinch of
A pinch of
carrots 2 tablespoons
walnuts 1 tablespoon
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· Use a microwave-safe mug and add all
the dry ingredients —flour, cinnamon powder, nutmeg powder, baking powder along
· Mix them properly and add refined oil
along with milk and mix.
· Add the star ingredient —grated
· For a nutty flavour, add walnuts. Mix
to combine everything and then place the mug in a microwave for 1 minute.
· Now, add cream cheese and honey to
it. Spread it on the cake.
Corn paneer samosa
recipe straight out from Chef Sanjeev Kapoor’s kitchen.
boiled ½ cup
paneer ½ cup
onion, finely chopped 1
chilies, finely chopped 2
capsicum, finely chopped 1
coriander 2 tablespoons
processed cheese ½ cup
chili flakes 2 tablespoons
for deep frying
· In a bowl, mix all the ingredients.
Then add salt and red chili flakes and mix.
· Fill samosa patti with the mixture
stick the edges with the slurry.
· Deep fry in oil.