Imagine this: You've been attacked by sudden hunger only to be left staring at empty refrigerator shelves and kitchen cabinets. Now, that's the time you might need our help as we've got you 10 super easy recipes that anyone can make in just 15 minutes. No fancy ingredients and no complicated techniques, yet each of these recipes exhibit pure deliciousness. Whether you're short on time or just too lazy to cook or simply too hungry to wait, these quick bites
will come in handy always. 1. Nutella CakeUser Recipe by Nishtha Asrani
Isn't a gooey chocolatey cake the best way to satisfy your hunger? This one is made in a microwave and will be ready in less than 15 minutes.
(Also read: 10 Best Cake Recipes
Making a cake in a microwave is so easy. 2. Bread UpmaUser Recipe by Plavaneeta Borah
Have a loaf of fresh bread lying around? Turn it into a delicious snack with chopped onions, beans and carrots and roasted peanuts for crunch.
Turn simple bread slices into a delicious snack.3. Broccoli with AlmondsRecipe by Shibshankar Dey, Mystic Yoga Cafe, Kolkata
Hungry but don't want to ruin your diet plans? Toss some fresh broccoli florets with garlic, almonds and some butter for flavour.
Broccoli is rich in Vitamin C.4. Raw Mango SaladRecipe by Chef Veena Arora, The Imperial, New Delhi
Here's a tangy and delicious salad to whip up on a busy weeknight. You just need a handful of simple ingredients.
A famous Thai dish. 5. Namkeen SaboodanaRecipe by Chef Niru Gupta
Rustle up this namkeen saboodana
for a light evening snack or even a light lunch. Add a bunch of curry leaves and tangy amchoor
to lift up the flavours.
(Also read: How to Cook with Sabudana
Sabudana is full of energy and carbohydrates.6. Fresh Fruit DessertRecipe by Chef Vaishalee Luthra Jolly
A very simple dessert to impress everyone. Just bring in all the delicious seasonal fruits with yogurt and a drop of honey. Healthy yet sinful.
A dessert that is healthy and tasty too. 7. Sweet Corn Chaat
Chef Prem Kumar Pogakula, The Imperial, New Delhi
A wholesome and filling snack made with sweet corns, onions, tomatoes, crunchy peanuts and chaat masala.
A filling 4 P.M. snack.8. Croque MonsieurRecipe by Chef Vicky Ratnani
Eggs, ham and bread come together to make one of the most delicious comfort foods.
9. Garlic and Egg Fried RiceRecipe by Chef Vicky Ratnani 'Croque' means crunchy and 'Monsieur' means mister
Pressed for time? Whip up this garlic and egg fried rice that can be served as quick meal.
Eggs are great anytime of the day.10. Quick QuesadillaUser Recipe by Chef Payal Khandekar
Hungry at midnight and have leftover rotis
? Just stuff them with your favourite fillings and cook on the tawa
to make a desi
and easy version of your favourite Mexican quesadillas.
Mexican quesadillas in a desi avatar.
So, you don't need to worry the next time hunger strikes and you're home alone.
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