Monday, 22 December 2014

Product Review: Paper Boat's Ready-to-serve Iced Tea Line

Who does not like to receive a gift?? Especially during this festive season...If the gift is suspiciously delicious, you will just love it!!

Wait wait...No more suspense, let me reveal the story of suspiciously delicious gift..
 Yes, it was a box from Paper boat with their newly launched flavourful Ready-to serve Iced tea line. When I have been asked to write a review about their newly launched iced tea line, I did not think twice before saying yes because I am a big fan of flavoured teas. It was really my pleasure to receive such a lovely and nicely packed gift. When I opened the box, more surprise was waiting for me. I was touched to see their packing and excited to taste the flavourful iced tea line.

There were two flavours inside - Ginger Lemon Tea and Tulsi Tea. I like both the flavours. 

These are iced tea line, so I kept them in refrigerator to get little chilled. Now its time for tasting...
Ginger Lemon Iced Tea
First, I tried my personal favourite Ginger Lemon Tea and they were right. According to their claim I could realize that it is brewed properly otherwise it is quite impossible to get the real flavour of tea. I have tasted other packed tea drinks where I could not make out the flavour of ginger or lemon. HOwever, both the flavours are prominent in Paper Boat's Ginger Lemon Tea. 

Tulsi Tea

I like tulsi tea but not a great fan of it. When I tasted Paper Boat's tulsi tea, it changed my perception. It is equally good in taste just like ginger-lemon tea. Tulsi tea also has the flavour of lemon which makes a big difference in taste compared to other packed tulsi tea drinks available in market. 

Overall, it was great experience and happy to see a ready-to-serve iced tea line which fulfilled my expectation level. It would be a great product during summer. If you forget to put it in refrigerator, no worries you can serve with ice cubes. As their tag line says 'tune to go on a journey', you can easily carry them in a trip and enjoy it totally. If you are a tea-lover, I would suggest you to taste Paper Boat's flavourful Ices Tea Line and I am sure you will love it. These teas are now available across major super markets!

Sunday, 21 December 2014

Aloo Tikki Chaat

Aloo tikki chaat was one of my favourite dish during my school days and  I often used to request my mom to prepare this. My mom 's recipe  of aloo tikki chaat is little different from the usual recipe. This recipe is quite similar of samosa chaat or kachori chaat. Recently I posted recipe of simple snack aloo tikki, this is the continuation of that post. After long time, I prepared this aloo tikki chaat and really enjoyed this. For aloo tikki chaat we will require aloo tikkis, white pea curry or ghugni and ingredients to make the chaat. You can prepare the ghugni one day before and store it in refrigerator. Or I can say you can use the leftover ghugni to make aloo tikki chaat :).

Aloo Tikki Chaat (Servings 2)

Aloo Tikki - 6
White Pea Curry or Ghugni - 1 bowl
Curd - 1/2 cup
Coriander Leaves - chopped, a handful
Green Chilli - chopped, 2 teaspoon
Roasted Cumin Powder - 2 teaspoon
Black Salt - 2 teaspoon
Onion - chopped, 1/2 cup (optional)
Red Chilli Powder - 1 teaspoon
Tamarind Pulp - 2 tablespoon (Or you can use tamarind dates chutney)
Sev - 1/2 cup


Prepare white pea curry (click the link). Prepare aloo tikkis (click the link). Now for assembling take two plates and keep 3 aloo tikkis in each plate. Add white pea curry on top of the tikkis. Next add beaten curd and tamarind pulp. Now sprinkle all the dry spices (black salt, red chilli powder, roasted cumin powder) and add chopped coriander leaves and green chilli. You can also add chopped onion and finally add sev and serve the chatpata snack. 

Sending this to: Babi's Recipes Giveaway

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