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Breakfast till dinner, thinking beyond simple and making this quarantine Mother’s Day special!

“A mother is someone who can take the place of all others but whose place no one else can take.” It’s undeniably a fact of life, that each one us can relate to. Her love is unconditional and the relationship is one of its kind, which can never be compared. Mother’s Day is around the corner and we’re sure that you might have built a castle of surprises for your favourite woman, even in these times of lockdown and quarantine! Here’s the deal – it’s just time to think beyond simple and make the best out of the food resources you have in access at home. Let her know that she was, is and will always be special, no matter what the situation is! 

 We’ve got some unique recipes which will make you express that love and gratitude in the most delish way. The list entails the recipes right from dusk to dawn, from which you can choose the best suitable recipe as per your current circumstance and ingredients availability. Or we would say, go ahead and plan the menu for the whole day with this list. Your mother deserves this kind of pampering, without an iota of doubt! Don that apron and get ready to go on a cooking marathon to treat the lovely lady in the most delightful way. 


  1. Breakfast: Oats Idli 

The best part of the day is rising with the sun and surprise, isn’t it? So, let your mother open her eyes to this treat with this creative recipe. Idli is an evergreen marvel loved by all. So, we gave it a nutritious twist with oats and turned it into tasty savoury cakes. Coconut chutney makes it all the more awesome!


  1. Mid-Day Snack: Amrakhand

Every day is magnificent when mangoes gleam your meal with their sun-kissed hue. And we picked the ‘king of fruits’ to make an irresistible treat that your mother will surely give her heart away to. Amrakhand, a refreshing dessert with aam, dahi and a crunch of dry fruits is definitely going to woo her. Afterall, this day is all about love, fondness and sweet things!


  1. Lunch: Paneer Methi Makhni

We all have grown up with maa ke haath ka khana and now is the opportunity to give her back that much-deserved love. As we believe that when words fall short, food becomes symbolic of love. This recipe is super special, paneer and methi doing their wonders in a rich, creamy gravy; just enough to get tears of happiness in your mother’s eyes!


  1. High Tea: Cheesy Corn Balls

The evening is a beautiful sweet spot between the sunny day and the starry night. It opens a gateway to throw in some surprises when the day has yet not finished. These extremely delicious corn balls get prepared in no time making one go nom nom! Yes, your mom will embrace you in her arms for this, and the warmth of her hug will be divine than ever.


  1. Dinner: Chicken Changezi

Who doesn’t love surprises and a treat out? We all do, right! Even when your mom nurtures the house turning it into a home, loving the entire family from all her heart. She does deserves a day off and we too can go out of the way, once a while, to make her feel special. This recipe comes into the picture in making your plan all set, with its mildly spiced, yummy gravy bringing restaurant style flavours at home.

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MasterChef Sanjeev Kapoor

Chef Sanjeev Kapoor is the most celebrated face of Indian cuisine. He is Chef extraordinaire, runs a successful TV Channel FoodFood, hosted Khana Khazana cookery show on television for more than 17 years, author of 150+ best selling cookbooks, restaurateur and winner of several culinary awards. He is living his dream of making Indian cuisine the number one in the world and empowering women through power of cooking to become self sufficient. His recipe portal is a complete cookery manual with a compendium of more than 10,000 tried & tested recipes, videos, articles, tips & trivia and a wealth of information on the art and craft of cooking in both English and Hindi.