Heart-warming dishes in the monsoon season

 Heart-warming dishes in the monsoon season When the rainy season comes, the heart opens like everything else. When the sweet smell of the...

 Heart-warming dishes in the monsoon season

When the rainy season comes, the heart opens like everything else. When the sweet smell of the soil rises, the feeling of belonging to this land increases. To enjoy this season, the heart wants to go out and eat a variety of favorite dishes. Unnecessary leaving the house should be avoided as much as possible with caution due to corona virus.

In such cases, the favorite dishes can be ordered from the restaurant or can be prepared at home. The women of our country are considered to be experts in cooking. She knows how to prepare the best food at home and sets the table in front of her family.

The rainy season has its own customs and its own traditional delicacies. Most of these fritters, samosas, kachoori, halwa puri, basin bread, mustard greens, sweet tikis, gonje and french fries are specially made.

These are the dishes that are usually loved to eat while in the rainy season they are considered to be the most delicious. The whole family sits together and enjoys the weather and the dishes.

In a saucepan, chop the potatoes and chicken into small pieces. Add salt and pepper and cook with milk until it is dry while the potatoes and chicken are melted. Now mix this mixture well and add small pieces of eggs and mix well. Place the mixture on a samosa strip and make samosas. Heat oil in a pan and add samosas and fry till golden brown. Serve with tamarind or yogurt sauce.

Peel a squash, grate it and squeeze the juice. Now heat a quarter cup of oil in a pan, add curry leaves, cumin and rye and fry. Add salt, red pepper, turmeric and tamarind pulp and fry a little. Then add potatoes, chaat spices and green chillies, mix and take off. Now take it out of the dish and serve it with chopped papri and dal seo.

To make samosas, put flour, salt, celery and ghee in a bowl, knead with water and cover and leave for 30 minutes. Then make its branches and cut each branch into two pieces in the middle.

For the filling, prepare the filling by mixing boiled potatoes, chopped green chillies, chopped green coriander, chopped red chillies, chaat masala and salt. Then fold each piece like a filling samosa. Now fry these samosas in hot oil on low heat until golden.

To make a lick, put two samosas in a plate. Press each samosa gently until it breaks. Add boiled gram and a little yogurt. Then sprinkle red chilli and chaat masala on it. Then spread green coriander sauce and tamarind sauce. Finally add chopped onions and garnish with applesauce.



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