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.
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!
This is one of my favourite childhood foods to eat. It tastes good with rice or roti!
This is a delicious smooth and sultry Punjabi speciality which is a little time consuming so I don't make it too often but I love it!!
This recipe for Gajar halwa uses a pressure cooker to cook the carrots. This saves a lot of time, and the end result is very delicious.
This is a perfect one-dish meal, cooked in a pressure cooker. I especially like it on a cold day when I feel like something to warm me up. Or when I have a sore throat and need something soothing.
Lemon rice is popular in the whole of south India. It is eaten as is or in combination with chutney, achar or pappad.
This is the traditional way tendli vegetable was prepared in Goa or the konkan region. It is an everyday vegetable dish that would be eaten with bread or chappatis.
Sabudana vada is a deep fried snack which can be prepared for any occasion and also as a snack with coffee. I love sabudana (sago) a filling carbohydrate. We can prepare upma, vada, kichidi, sweet with sago.
Huruli saaru (horse gram) sambar is very good for strengthening legs, especially for kids and athletes. The sambar made with this is so tasty and need to be taken with combination of huruli usli and rice. Try and let me know if you were able to run few kms more after having this :-)