This is my closest approximation to one of my favourite dishes when I eat out. I hope you will like it.
Kulambu is a tamililan spicy stew-like preparation. The main flavours are from tamarind and jaggery or sugar. This is a delicious kulambu using boiled eggs. You can easily use fish or crab instead of the eggs.
Aviyal is a South Indian delicacy, a hugely popular vegetarian dish that we make for festivals and auspicious events. Almost every household makes a different style of aviyal inspite of the same ingredients – vegetables, curd, coconut and spices. My mother’s from Andhra and this is her recipe. Hope you’ll like it as much as we do.
This is a relatively easy paratha to make and tastes good with curd.
From Amritsar to Chennai, this recipe for ever popular Chhole goes great with rice, naan, bhature or even aloo tikkis! Slather on some imli chutney and they're great even in sandwiches!
There is nothing like a hot Mooli paratha on a cold winter day! It is a treat that is relished by all!
This is one of my favourite street foods that is quite easy to make. You can make the papdi a day ahead and store in an airtight container so that they stay crisp. This is a very popular starter dish for a party.
Originally a dish from Punjab, but I don’t know of anyone who does not make or like Aloo paratha. The recipe varies from house to house, but this is the way my mother makes it. I hope you enjoy it as much as we do.
Besan is found in most Marwari dishes. Here's a besan stuffing you can use to make anything. This is a spicy version with green chillies stuffed with besan masala.
This is a richer variant of the traditional guttey. Mewa(dry fruits) and mawa(khoya) are the main ingredients of this dish.