Aloo chaat or alu chaat is the name of a street food.
First wash the potato and peel them and cut into small cubes. Then heat ghee in a pan and once the ghee is hot, add potatoes and fry until they are slightly browned. Keep stirring in between. Mix cumin powder, amchoor powder, Muskaan Chaat Powder, chilli powder and salt in a bowl. Add this spice mixture over the fried potatoes and mix gently. Squeeze lemon juice on top and sprinkle fresh coriander. Serve hot.
Muskaan Chaat Masala adds perfect flavours to your aloo Chaat.
Chole bhature, is a dish from the Punjab region of the Indian subcontinent.
In a pan add oil, bay leaf, cinnamon, cumin seeds, cloves, whole pepper corns, green and black cardamom. After it gets brown add chopped onions and saute it. Now add chopped ginger and garlic. Followed by turmeric, chili powder, coriander powder, Muskaan chole powder, cumin powder, asafoetida and salt, fry the ingredients together well.For de glazing the pan add a little water.Now add the chole (soaked overnight and pressure cooked) to the masala. After stirring well add tomatoes, little sugar and salt to the chole. Now add ajwain, chopped green chilies and water for the base.To get the color in the chole, add a tea bag to the masala.Simmer the chole gently for an hour and cover it. Add lime juice and a dollop of butter to it.Garnish the chole with coriander and butter and serve them hot with bhaturas.
Prepare the bhaturas:
Knead the whole wheat flour, maida and salt together with adequate amount of water. Sprinkle the yeast on top. Leave it for 2-3 hours for the yeast to work. Divide it into equal portions. Roll out in an oval or round shape. Deep fry till golden brown, like a puri. Serve.
Enjoy your breakfast or evening snacks with tasty, yummy chole bature added with muskaan chole masala
Chicken Masala is an authentic Punjabi dish.First, heat oil and add cumin seeds,when they splutter, add onion mixture and sauté over high heat till light brown. Add the tomatoes, and sauté till fat separates. Add the garam masala, salt, turmeric, coriander powder, Muskaan Chicken Powder and the red pepper and mix well. Keeping the heat high, add the chicken pieces and turn around till they are completely coated with the mixture. Add 1/2 cup water, bring to a boil. Lower the heat and cook covered till chicken is cooked through and is soft and tender. Serve hot garnished with the cream and coriander leaves. Muskaan Chicken Masala adds tangy, spicy flavour to your chicken masala
Jal-jeera, or jaljira, is an Indian beverage. It is flavored with a spice mix known as jal-jeera powder. In Hindi, "jal" means water and "jeera" means cumin.
First Take water in the glasses, then add Muskaan jaljeera to the water. Then Stir thoroughly, when done, arrange the glasses on the clean and dry counters. Also, put the 2-4 ice cubes in the glasses. Serve immediately.