On every possible occassion we make Sheera. Be it a Birthday ..a pooja or any auspicious day, Sheera is made. Sheera is a dessert made with semolina (rava) slow cooked in ghee, milk, banana and flavoured with cardamom. Loved by everyone so it is made in larger quantities. So now what do we do of the leftover, after it is relished? My anwer is I make Sanjoree that is simply stuff it in a paratha like we make the Aaloo paratha. Simple, quick and with a twist of health, here is my take on Sanjoree.
Whole wheat flour or the flour which I use is a mix of whole wheat, soyabean, fenugreek and flaxseeds 2 cups. Salt to taste. Ghee for frying and Sheera. Recipe posted earlier. (Can just google it Nainasrecipes Sheera)
Knead the flour with water not to tight. Divide into small lemon size portions. Roll small and thin chapatis, stuff the Sheera, cover it with another rolled chapati. Press it gently and place it on a hot iron or any non stick griddle. Slow roast the paratha drizzling ghee till it turns golden.
Enjoy hot. This is also and excellent option for our little ones break box.
Methi Tikkis ultimate healthy snacks especially when its made in the Air fryer.
Methi (fenugreek leaves) 1 bunch grinded into a thick paste. Whole wheat flour 2bowls. Chick pea flour 1 bowl. Brown bread 2/3 slices. Turmeric 1 tsp, chilli powder 1 tsp, coriander cumin powder 1 tsp, chat masala 1/2 tsp, ginger garlic paste 1 tsp, salt to taste and oil to brush the tops of the tikkis 1 tabsp.
In a bowl take the methi paste. Add the flour and all the spices. Knead well and make small tikkis. Pat it into small flattened balls. Grease the air fryer and place the tikkis in the fryer. On 200 degrees air fry it for 12 – 14 mins. Crispy healthy snacks ready in minutes. Serve hot with mint chutney and ketchup.
whole mung chillas are one of the best option to enjoy while one wants to cut down on carbs, during the weight loss program. It is one of the healthiest option to include in your diet.
Whole mung soaked overnite and sprouted, green chillies 3, ginger paste 1 tsp, turmeric powder 1/2 tsp, cumin seeds powder 1 tsp, salt to taste and oil 1 tabsp.
Grind all the above mixture with some water to make it into a runny batter. On a nonstick flat pan make small pancakes (Chillas) drizzling few drops of oil.