Its a Bihari dish. Its nice to have it with lots of ghee.
Parwal curry is a very common everyday item on a bengali menu. This can be eaten with rice or chapati. There are of course many ways to make it. This is the way it was cooked in our family.
This is a dry curry/subji and can be taken with rice or chapati or any bread. We can even use this for sandwich or chapati roll...
It was saturday and kids like to eat the indian chats like bhel puri, pani puri, sev puri etc. I told them i can make them at home.. they were all so eager to try something new with their regular chats and hence tried this.. This can be taken in the evening with coffee/tea and especially in winter this makes u crazy
This is a real tongue thriller that isn't oily and is healthy because it's grilled. Can be considered as starter, or snack with tea/coffee.
This is a spicy dish of beef liver curry. It is a served with plain rice tortilla, parathas, rice or pulao.
Samosa chat is a great street snack that is a must have on a day out with friends. The chat is creamy, crunchy, sweet and tangy-just perfect as a street snack. Try this out with a cold drink.
This recipe is made with curd, potatoes and other chaat chutneys. Bombay style, always totally delish! This is not complicated at all and makes for a great starter at parties.