Indian food is full of flavours and no secret that it offers so much of variety that if you decide to eat a new dish every day, you won’t get chance to repeat same dish in years to come. Today am sharing this thing called Kachori (कचौरी), which is basically a flour based flat bread with stuffing in it and deep fried. The stuffing can be of numerous things, though its normally potatoes or lentils (dal). Speaking of lentils, normally moong is used, however in my recipe I have used Urad dal.
Are you a mum like me? Do you have young kids? One of the biggest challenge that you may have faced (as much as I do), is cooking food. Normally if you making any Indian curry, making the curry paste takes half of the time in cooking. There are numerous ready to make curry pastes available in market and its always a lingering thought that are these curry pastes as good as these sound?
Keto diet is probably one of the most popular diet plan used by many these days. I heard about Ketogenic diet about 4 years, however it was only recently that one of my follower asked me to give her a Keto recipe. She wished for a keto recipe with indian twist. So, here I am with this “Keto Chicken Korma”.
Few days ago I got Spinach from local grocery store and was thinking I was make my usual “Palak Paneer” or Spinach Poori, but then one of those nights I felt why not try something different this time and checked if I have any eggs lying around. Yes, I did see a few eggs and I quickly got into action. That’s how my “Spinach Egg Curry” idea originated.
If you are a non-vegetarian, what is your favourite meat? I am myself a vegetarian, but have heard from people who eat non-veg food that once they eat lamb / mutton, they prefer it over chicken.
My partner is non-veg food lover and I love helping him with his recipes. So he wanted to eat “Chettinad Mutton Curry” last week and here I was with him guiding his way through the recipe 🙂 Continue reading “Chettinad Lamb Mutton Curry Recipe”
Beetroot is one healthy vegetable, and I learnt about it long back, however I always wondered how to bring it to best use. I normally use beetroot in salad, and juice. I have also used beetroot in soups, pickles and smoothies. This time around I am sharing something new, this is “beetroot paneer”. It is evident that a majority of people love paneer hence I decided to create this rich gravy based curry.