India curries normally have various vegetables, legumes, meat, paneer, etc. Mixed veg is one curry where you can use host of vegetables and paneer in one single curry. If there is one curry which I love any day, it has to be mixed veg curry. What I like in this recipe is that, I can use any spare vegetable in the house and dish up a yummy curry. This mixed vegetable curry is my safe bet when I am cooking for any vegetarian.Continue reading “Mixed veg Curry – Mix Vegetable recipe”
No surprises in guessing that I love chickpeas. Chickpea features in my menu very so often, mostly as traditional Indian chickpea curry or in hummus or part of salad. I also love roasted aubergines too. I was making the traditional bharta one day, I wondered why not do a fusion of these aubergine (eggplant) with chickpeas. Here is fusion recipe and I call it aubergine with chickpea curry.Continue reading “Aubergine Chickpea Curry – Stepwise (Video) Recipe”
Have you ever had lobia or black eyed beans? Lobia curry is predominant in north part of India and also known in pockets on Maharashtra. In the lobia curry, black eyed beans are cooked along with onion and tomato gravy. Talking of healthy and deliciousness together can be challenge sometimes. This lobia curry recipe here is solution for the weekday challenge of eating healthy and tasty.Continue reading “Lobia Curry Recipe – Black Eyed bean Curry – How to make Lobia”
Missi roti, a multi-flour Indian flat bread is primarily a punjabi speciality. You will find this missi roti mostly in north-india dhabas. It is normally made using tandoor or clay-oven. Here in this recipe of missi roti, I am showing how you can make delicious missi roti at home with tava. Spat a generous dose of butter or ghee on it before serving and heaven is here.Continue reading “Missi Roti Recipe – Step By Step (Plus Video)”
What do you do with purple cabbage? Well, first thing, do you like purple cabbage? I was not familiar with purple (also called red) cabbage till 2010. I had since used this purple cabbage in salad, and sautéed along in stir fry. This time around, I am sharing purple cabbage manchurian recipe. This take the taste and deliciousness of normal cabbage to next level.
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Gosht, what images does this word brings in your mind? Traditionally gosht is referred to as goat or mutton, but have been interchangeably used for lamb meat too. I have heard that people who love meat, love lamb meat more than any other meat. Bhuna gosht or bhuna mutton is one such meat dish which is loved by meat lovers.Continue reading “Bhuna Gosht – Step by Step Recipe”