I love Idlis. Here's a North Indian touch to this classic comfort food from the South. You can use any vegetables you have in the fridge.
Everyone wants this recipe from me. Rice layered with beets and aloo masala make this good looking, delicious and healthy dish. Great for a party or when you want to make a lavish dinner for someone special.
Rice and prawns with kheera, capsicum, sprouts in a vinegar-y, honey dressing. Yum!
Simple Veg Fried rice indian version which does not require any kind of sauce.
Fried rice is a result of the fusion of Bengali and Chinese cuisines. It is light and quite easy to cook. It is great for a quick lunch meal, especially for school kids. It can served with a sweet and sour tomato sauce and chicken fry.
Tawa Pulav is another great way to cook basmati rice and turn your ordinary Indian meal in to an exquisite one. It tastes great by itself.
Soya bean is considered a very healthy ingredient, and this pulav recipe is a great way to encourage your little one to have something filling, nutritious and yummy. Serve with chutney, kababs or curries.
This is a simple rice dish for vegetarians. Enjoy it warm, by itself or with pickle.
A delicious and easy meal to make when fresh tomatoes are widely available. Enjoy it warm.
This recipe can help you can make a steamy rice dish mixed with broccoli and an aroma of green chili. Enjoy.
This is a popular Maharashtrian rice dish, available in many restaurants. It is delicious by itself with raita and salad. It can be served with curries or bhajis.
what can a vegeterian look for ? chicken or dum biryani ?? na na.. I am a veggie and so i decided to go for veg biryani. I generally have less time in the morning and when you need to cook something fast this is the best thing to do.. lets try !
One of the rice dishes which is not too time consuming... fast and tasty !!
This was a recipe which i tried myself for the first time when i was on marathon of cooking in the initial period of my marriage. Most of them who have eaten this in my place have passed good comments. I presume they are not too generous ;-)