Apple jam

Today I made apple jam on demand of my little champ. He likes it very much…



Grated Apple: 1 bowl (You can use any color apple)

Sugar: 3/4 bowl or as per your choice

Lemon Juice: 2 tablespoons

Salt: one pinch or as per your choice


  1. Put a pan on gas, then add grated apple and cook it for 10-15 minutes on medium flame.
  2. Add sugar and stir continuously for 15-20 minutes or till it becomes thick and changes color or separates from sides of the pan.
  3. Put the gas off and add lemon juice, then mix it properly.
  4. Cool it, then fill in the air tight jar and keep it in fridge.

If you want to keep it outside, then add citric acid ½ teaspoon instead of lemon juice.

Now it is ready to serve with puri, parantha, khakhra bread etc.




Kaccha Aaa Panna

Today, I made kaccha aam panna (raw mango juice) which is a favorite of my family members and friends, and it also beats the summer heat.Kaccha Aam Panna


Kaccha Aam: 2 pieces

Fresh Mint leaves: 12-15 or dry mint powder

Crushed Sugar: 1/2 bowl or as per taste

Ice cubes or crushed ice: 1 bowl

Spices: Salt: 1/2 teaspoon

Black salt: 1/2 teaspoon

Roasted Cummins seeds powder: 1/2 teaspoon


  1. Boil Kaccha Aam in pressure cooker and take two whistles then put the gas off. Cool it for 10-15 minutes.
  1. Take out boiled kaccha aam and peel it.
  1. Take out the pulp in bowl and add 2-3 glasses of water, sugar and mint leaves then blend it with hand blender or in mixer.
  1. Add all spices to the above and mix it properly and then add ice in it.

Now Aam panna is ready to serve.





Leftover Roti Special: Nachos with Mango Salsa!!

My daughter ( who is currently visiting me) decided to skip dinner yesterday, as a result I had leftover rotis in my kitchen. In the morning, she asked me to cook something tasty from it which she had not tried before. So I started thinking what can I make?

She loves mango, so I decided to surprise her with this yummy appetizer – Leftover Roti Nachos with Mango Salsa.

Wasn’t she surprised? Her surprised look combined with the big bright smile after eating it was a memory I will cherish forever.

Needless to say my mother’s day gift has already been given to me 🙂 🙂



Leftover Roti : 4 Rotis

Chopped Mango: ½ bowl

Chopped Onion: ½ bowl

Chopped Tomato: ½ bowl

Chopped Mint: 2 tbsp

Chopped Coriander: 2 tbsp

Chopped Green Chili: 1 tsp

Olive Oil: 1tsp

Lemon Juice: 1 tbsp

Spices (As per taste): Black Salt, Chaat Masala, Chili Flakes, Black Pepper

Leftover Roti Nachos Recipe:

  1. Cut rotis in rectangular shaped or triangle shaped pieces.
  2. Take a deep pan and deep fry cut roti pieces in vegetable oil on medium flame till they turn pinkish in color.
  3. After frying, let the fried pieces cool down.

Mango Salsa Recipe:

  1. Mix all the ingredients except roits together and add spices to it. Mix it well.
  2. Serve leftover roti nachos with this yummy mango salsa.

Enjoy this lovely dish with your family!!