Do your kids keep cribbing for tasty evening bites?
Woke up in the middle of the night craving to have something nice but super quick?
We all are tired of the same old recipes. Here is a compilation of mouth-watering snacks which will be ready in a few minutes. Less efforts, less time, great taste and a new delicacy.
5 quick and easy recipes to try at home:
Salsamole: Quick and easy recipes
Prepare your home-made salsamole by adding a half cup of salsa to two smashed avocados with two tablespoons of lime juice, chopped cilantro, and salt to taste. Serve it with tortilla chips.
It is a wonderful combination of flavours; I personally like jalapeno as an add-on to it.
Mango salsa scoops: Quick and easy recipes
This is a seasonal luxury that your guests will admire you for.
Toss one-fourth cup diced red onion with one cup diced mango and black beans. Add two tablespoons of chopped pickled jalapenos and the liquid from the jar. Complement with lime juice and chopped cilantro. Season it with salt. Your little treats are ready to be served in tortilla scoops.
Rolls and wraps have been loved since ages, serving both purposes; tasty and healthy.
For bean roll-ups, on a flour tortilla, spread bean dip. Top it with shredded cheddar and roll it up. Use vegetable oil to brush over and bake in the oven for 10 minutes at 400 degrees F. Either add salsa along with the spread or serve it later with the roll-up.
With ice-cream sandwiches and so many experiments with the layering saltines, a crunchy and sweet combination has got around its popularity.
To prepare a crackerwich, spread peanut butter on the saltines. Top it with thin strawberry or any of your favourite fruit slices. Add honey and add the final layer of another saltine.
Banana chips originated from Kerala and found its way through the nation into everyone’s hearts.
For these authentic banana chips, begin with slicing a banana into 1/8-inch-thick rounds and lay it on a greased baking sheet. Bake these slices at 200 degrees F until golden for about 2 to 3 hours. Later, let it harden at room temperature.
Before you bake, sprinkle Maggi masala all over the chips. Hush! It’s my secret ingredient.
Also, read: http://stylingupmylife.com/2019/08/04/mutton-korma-recipe-step-by-step-bengali-style-foodicted-fellow/
If you too are a frequent reader of restaurant reviews, you would know the favourite trick the market has adopted, experiment with the existing best. Maggi is one of their favourite picks too.
Maggi is like the evergreen Anil Kapoor in food. You can never go wrong with it. It is tasty, quick and the first thing that gets stocked in the kitchen.
Yet, I wouldn’t suggest you keep hogging on the same Maggi recipe you prepared years ago. Read these Maggi recipes, a jewel I found on the internet today.
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Disclaimer: The guest post has been contributed by Mr Prathamesh Sinkar, the proud owner of Ur Point of Food. He is liable for the credibility of all the information provided in the blog post.