I call this my emergency marinade - just garlic and soy sauce with olive oil. I put the measures in tablespoons as this is the easiest way to do it.
This is a yummy dal. For variation, add coconut milk towards the end of cooking. Freezes well.
This is an easy dal to make on a vegetarian night. It tastes good with rice and is my favourite Indian food! I look forward to my Tuesdays dal chawaal nights!
This is my favourite family recipe! My kids don't eat channa daal so I cheat and mush up the entire contents in a mxie or with a hand blender so they don't know the difference! I make a whole pressure cooker of it and take it to work as a soup. It tastes good with either rice or roti as well.
This is my dad’s favorite paratha. He likes to eat it by putting lots of ghee on it. I do too!
This is once again a classic Punjabi recipe that is a winner accompanied with sarson ka saag. There is nothing like sarson ka saag with makke ki roti on a cold winter afternoon! It is a little difficult to make but over the years I have finally learnt it! You may get disheartened trying to roll it with a rolling pin but believe me with a little bit of patience and effort anyone can make it!
The non-vegetarian's version of stuffed green chillies. Goat meat is more prolific than chicken in Rajasthan.
An easy to prepare and tasty, spicy mushroom curry which is perfect with steamed rice or roti
A savoury snack among Rajasthanis. This is best had with your daily evening cup of tea.
My favourite mathri that I want to share with you. You will find this in my pantry any day.
This is recipe is so unique! The use of atta to make a curry is quite amazing. Guests at my parties are always amazed when I cook this one.
This desserts originates from Rajasthan (North India). There is a lot of frying in Ghee as well as dry roasting involved in this dish. You should have two heavy bottom pans, one for dry roasting, and the other of Ghee frying.
A delectable Rajasthani summer dish that tastes better and better with each serving! I like to add a dash of time juice to my bowl.
This curry stands out as onions are seldom used as the main ingredient in any curry. The roasted taste of onion with the sourness of tamarid gives this curry its unique flavour.
Lemon rice is popular in the whole of south India. It is eaten as is or in combination with chutney, achar or pappad.
Peanut chutney powder is called Shenga Hindi in North Karnataka. You can sprinkle this powder on curries, rice or dosas.
Sweet Tortilla... is a simple, healthy and delicious food. Especially for those who loves to have sweet dishes.
It is very easy to prepare especially for the beginners...
This is a tasty preparation popular in Tamilnadu. Easy to make, without compromising on taste and very filling too.
A nice refreshing drink....be it hot summer or cold winter.