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Bundi Ki Sabji

It is a quick recipe. Ideal when unexpected guests drop in our home for a meal, my mom make this recipe. Bundi ki sabzi is an amazing variation to a typical mixed vegetable recipe. My mom makes different type of recipes and she use simple ingredients in her recipe. The recipes are simple and amazing. […]

South Indian Idli

Idli is a savory cake of south Indian origin popular throughout India. The cakes are usually two to three inches in diameter and are made by steaming a batter consisting of fermented black lentils (de-husked) and rice. The fermentation process breaks down the starches so that they are more readily metabolized by the body. Idli […]

Keema Kofta Curry

Kheema Kofta curry is prepared with minced meat or kheema that is blended with herbs like coriander and fresh mint leaves, Indian spices and made into small lemon sized balls which are cooked in a paste of fried onions, poppy seeds and dried coconut. It is a Moglai and Sindhi recipe. Kheema Kofta is a […]

Mango Chilli Chicken

This Thai recipe for Mango Chicken tastes like a deep-fried dish, but is much easier to make plus lower in calories and fat. This chicken dish from the Red Hot Chilli Cookbook combines the sweetness of mango with traditional Indian spices. Chili-Mango Chicken is probably better than the restaurant dishes. This is half Thai and […]

Oriya Pakhala

Pakhala is an Oriya term for an Indian food consisting of cooked rice washed or little fermented in water. The liquid part is known as Torani. It is popular in Orissa, Bengal, Assam, Jharkhand and Chhattisgarh. It is a traditional Oriya dish, prepared with rice, curd, cucumber, Cumin seeds, Fried onions and mint leaves. It […]

Kache Kele Ki Sabji(Raw Banana Curry)

Kele Ki Sabzi is a popular vrat recipe. Today is the first navaratra. Ladies take fast during navaratra. After evening we make different type of fast or brata recipes. This is one of them. It is very easy to make. This recipe is very famous Navratri recipe in north India. Ingredients: 2 raw bananas 2 […]

Konkani Shrimp Pickle

Most of the people who eat non-veg, they love sea foods and there are many delicacies sea food recipes for them. This Konkani Shrimp Pickle yesterday especially for my husband who loves prawns. In Konkani Recipes its name is SungTa kholu. Though this item does not taste like pickle, it is sour, salty and spicy […]

Thai Green Curry

The name “green” curry derives from the color of the dish. Green curries tend to be as hot as red curries, both being hotter than phanang/padang curries. Thai people use a special Green curry paste for this recipe. You can make this paste, other wise you can get it from grocery store.   The green curry […]

Paneer Do Pyaza

Paneer do pyaza is an appealing paneer dish with luscious paneer or cottage cheese cubes cooked in a rich and creamy onion based gravy. This is vegetarian adaption of the popular non vegetarian dish, Chicken Do Pyaza.. Paneer Do Pyaza is wonderful served with the traditional meal of rice/roti, dal, and raita or as a […]

Spinach Kofta Curry

Spinach is highly nutritious and kids run away from it. It’s wise to feed them all the nutritious vegetables in different form. It is a Mughlai style recipe. Most traditional Mughlai food preparations include the use of curds and cream to produce rich creamy gravy. Spinach Kofta is one such rich Mughalai dish where koftas […]