Friday, February 10, 2017

Halwa Poori and Aalo chana bhaji | How Desi celebrate Valentine | Breakfast/brunch recipe by morEwish




So all you see out there, girls are excited about the valentine day doing everything to look gorgeous. It is a perfect day and goal is to achieve awesome looks. Excited for chocolates and red roses, all dressed up, Red lipstick, high heels...  and Oh those red Facebook heart statuses...

I say dont forget best breakfast over this weekend, Halwa Poori with aaloo Chana tarkari..



I am not Anti-Valentine or even a pro valentine but apparently in Pakistan/India, Valentine’s Day is like a national holiday. Ok, not really but close to. And the best part is that everyone young and old, single or married is included in the celebration. So 80+ year old grandparents get calls from their grandchildren wishing them Happy Valentine’s Day! I am wondering what thoughts are going through the head of Nani Jan when her granddaughter calls her and wishes her! Kindergarten children also receive little cards with cute little bees buzzing around saying “Beeee mine” — anyone else thinks this is carrying things too far?

Having said that the weekday breakfast struggle is real, but the weekend is the time to unwind and take the time to make something you really want. And at-home brunch means no waiting in line, as many poori's as your heart desires, and, best of all, eating in your pajamas. So i though to share this recipe today...

We have Aaloo Chana Bhaji, Halwa and very quick and perfect poorian!


Video Tutorial:




For Aaloo Chana bhaji's ingredients... click Here

and For Halwa Click Here!

Have fun, enjoy your weekend and let me know how it turned out with you please.

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