I make this dish on days I have the craving for something really really spicy.
You'll find this spicy dish at every wedding feast in the Marwar region of Rajasthan.
This is one of the favourites during festivals and feast. I love it for the special taste given by the curd and pepper combo.
An easy to prepare and tasty, spicy mushroom curry which is perfect with steamed rice or roti
This is the type of Sambar made in most places of malabar. This is different from other methods of sambar preparation due to the added flavour of roasted coconut in it.
Don't have anything in the pantry besides onions? Try this!! It goes very well with bajra ki roti.
Baby Corn Masala is very yummy and does not require much time to get cooked. The foodies will surely love it...!!
Broccoli is not very common in India, but now increasingly available in the city super markets. Here is a broccoli preparation using coconut and the kerala style of preparing food. I love it!!!
This snack along with hot tea is a hot favourite during rainy seasons. I have brunched on it many a times during college days. It was the most in-demand snack of our college canteen. If you like potatoes, you will only be asking for more Bonda.
This is a non-spicy, dry veg. dish where the highlight is the taste of jackfruit. So, this is a must-try for all the jackfruit lovers. Usually eaten with steamed rice and curry.
These soft french beans are a great addition to veg dishes and meat platters alike. Only use the most tender, baby French beans for this dish.
Tasteful and healthy, ginger, cardamom, and sweet potatoes will fill your house with a delightful autumn fragrance.
Give your usual chutneys a break and try this American-style sauce. It is inspired by what one finds on the table in America's many Mexican and Tex-Mex restaurants. You can use this as a table sauce, and spices can be adjusted to taste. Try it on burgers, tacos, barbecued meats and vegetables - the possibilities are endless!
Boiled carrots mashed with dalchini, jeera, honey and other spices from North Africa. Great on top of bread or with veggies as a healthy and light dip.
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
If you are planning for a diet or want to have something healthy in the noon or at dinner and fill your stomach, this is the best what you can try.
This is made of greens and lentils blended together to give you tasty and healthy meal for the day.
This is a typical everyday dish, and is a favorite to shukti(uncooked dry fish) fans. However, many people do not like the strong smell of the uncooked dry fish, but I LOVE shutki, so I had to share this recipe I have collected recently from my friend, Bina :)
Aar Fish with Eggplant is an everyday curry that my family often has for lunch and dinner. It is served with plain rice and is quite easy to make.
I tried out the potol kofta for the first time as I was taking the recipe from my mother. It is quite strange my mother never prepared it before, maybe because it does have some intricate steps. However, I would say, the dish is worth the effort because it tastes great, especially if you are a meat fan. The koftas are usually served with plain pulao or fried rice, and is cooked on special occasions.
Korolla, or Bitter Gourd is not very popular amongst kids as it is quite bitter. However, it is considered to be VERY healthy, and adults, especially parents and grandparents love to have korolla every now and then. This dish is cooked in such a way so that the bitterness is reduced to a minimum, and tastes great with the fish egg. The dish is usually eaten with plain white rice.