An easy yet tasty recipe for home made mutton curry. Get good quality mutton, marinate it well and then cook it on medium flame.
Dal Makhani or Urad Daal
Dal Makhani also known as “Maa di Dal” is a very popular Punjabi Daal. This is an easy recipe to make healthy Dal Makhani. The uniqueness of this dal lies in the fact that the more time it is cooked, tastier it is.
Rava Fish Fry
￼ Recipe for Goan style Rawa Fish Fry. It is an easy recipe with a few readily available ingredients.
Bharwa Karela – Stuffed Bitter Gourd
A healthy recipe of Bitter Gourd, made in air fryer.
Chatpati Arbi – Spicy Colocasia roots
￼ A tasty Colocasia root / Arbi recipe, to be served as a dry side dish or to carry in your lunch box. The Gram flour along with dry mango powders cover the relatively neutral in taste taro roots. caraway seeds and asafoetida add a nice flavour and also aid digestion.
Mutton Seekh Kabab
￼Mutton seekh kababs are made of minced mutton and grilled on a skewer. It is starter that kids and adults both love. This is a easy recipe to make seekh kababs at home.
Tariwale Aloo Gobhi – Potato and Cauliflower Gravy
￼Cauliflower and Potato gravy made in mustard oil and flavoured with Panch Phoran from eastern UP and Bihar. Served with hot pooris to cheer up anyone on a rainy day.
Sukha Chicken – Dry Chicken with Indian Spices
Hassle free, easy dry chicken recipe marinated in cashew and curd along with spices and cooked with fried onions. Can be served as a starter or in the main course.
Dry Fruit Chaat or Mewe ki Chaat
Dry Fruit Chaat sounds unique and tastes awesome. I have lived and visited cities like Varanasi, Lucknow , Delhi etc which are known for their variety of chaat. In fact I have not come across many places in Bangalore that serve good chaat. Chaat is a must eat on my visits to Delhi and Lucknow. North Indian Weddings are know for their grandeur and elaborate spread of food. A chaat counter is a must. One of the dishes that is a ” star attraction” nowadays is the dry fruit chaat. Dry fruit chaat with hot chai during the rains is…
Masala Crabs – Spicy Crabs cooked in Kerala Style
Having lived most of my life in North India , non vegetarian food has mostly been Chicken and Mutton. Seafood was restricted to fish and that too fried fish. I was lucky to travel alone, a bit once I joined work, and on my trips I used to experience all the local cuisines. I had crabs for the first time in the US a couple of years back. After that, although I have been eating crabs in India , it is mostly as crab cakes or in mixed sea food pasta , pizza or soup. I got introduced to this…