Rice pakoras or rice fritters…a delicious and easy to make tea time snack and a great way to use your leftover rice.
Easy and delicious cutlets made from poha…serve it as a starter or as a tea time snack…its sure to be loved and enjoyed. Poha cutlet is pretty versatile to prepare.. can be prepared with any filling u have in your fridge, even with your leftover vegetable.
Tawa pulao…a popular street food from mumbai…. boiled rice tossed with veggies and pav bhaji masala and sauteed in butter. Tawa pulao is pretty quick and easy to cook dish, you can use your leftover rice too to prepare this.
One of the most popular, easy and a quick to prepare dish of southern India…also a good way to use up the leftover rice..its a spicy, lemony, aromatic pulao with enough crunch from the roasted peanuts..
Noodles fritters or noodles cutlets, quick and easy cutlets that can be done with readily available ingredients in your kitchen and your leftover noodles. Its again a best way to use your leftover. You may use hakka noodles, veg noodles or any Chinese noodles from your last night dinner.
Chicken bread roll sandwich. A delicious and filling sub sandwich, another good way to use up your leftover grilled, fried or tikka chicken.
Leftover aloo sabzki ke cutlets, a good way of using letfover aloo ki sabzi. Serve this cutlets as a teatime snack or as a starter in your meal, all will love it.
Left-over Mix-Veg Cutlets is a great way to use your vegetable. It is quick and easy and tasty too
Potato balls is a quick way to turn your any aloo ki sabzi into a tasty snack.
Cheesy rice fritters makes a wonderful tea time snack, and will be loved by adults and kids alike.
Instant Fried Idli is an easy and tasty recipe and a great makeover for your left over idlis.
A very yummy and easy way to use your left over shammis. Shami kabab snacker will be loved by all.
Quick chilli Chicken is a easy and a great makeover of any left over chicken. You can use chicken from any leftover gravy, or can use leftover from roasted or fried chicken.