Step by step recipe of “Egg fried rice” – It is a quick recipe based on eggs and boiled rice. These egg fried rice are ready in 30 mins, even when you are using fresh boiled rice. Of course you can use any left over rice too to make this Chinese based rice. Egg fried rice can also be made from boiled eggs, however in this recipe I have used raw eggs. This recipe is surprisingly simple and easy, and in case you looking for dinner ideas, you must try this out on one of those lazy evenings. You can amend this recipe with a few ingredients here and there to suit your taste and availability of ingredients.
“Lachha paratha (लच्छा पराठा) or layered paratha, or Layered Indian flat bread” is a another commonly known form of Indian bread found across all over northern part of India. The method of making lachha paratha is very similar to Malabar paratha or Parotta which is very famous dish in southern india, it only differs in the main ingredient with the Parotta, difference being, in parotta recipe requires usage of all purpose flour/Maida instead of whole wheat flour used for lachha paratha. This paratha is made by making pleats of a plain rolled paratha and again rolling it. Though it take little more time in making compared to normal paratha but is definitely a great choice as this paratha is quite crispy and delicious. Read on for step by step detailed recipe of making laccha paratha at home with ease.
When it comes to indian food, Poori aka Puri (puffed indian bread) is something that anyone can relate to and is as common as fish and chips in UK. If for once you can forget counting your calories, then this is one thing which is easy to make, absolutely fulfilling and heart contenting. I have earlier shared Bedmi Puri, and Spinach Puri, now sharing another simple variant of Puri. This Aalo Puri (आलू पूरी) is made with stuffing of Aalo (Potato) and hence the name Aalo Ke Poori. I must add that this is full of Carbs, hence surely not something to eat on daily basis, but a perfect dish (which goes on its own) for weekend brunch or those long train journeys in India. Keep reading for the step by step pictorial recipe of Aalo Ke Puri. As they say best memories are made with food, next time you have a guest for brunch try this recipe 🙂
Call it Bedmi Aalo Sabzi, or Aalo tamatar raseele sabzi or Potato tomato gravy curry, it means more or less the same. This is one recipe which does not have any garlic, or onion so its perfect for anyone who wishes to eat “Satvik” food (as they say pure). When you will try this recipe, you will realise it is so easy to get amazing flavours with out onion or garlic. It is absolutely fascinating how just two plain things like Potato and Tomato give such an amazing taste when cooked with spices.
It gets its name mainly from Bedmi Puri, as its a perfect accompaniment to that. It is one such curry that you can make any time with least of fuss (as they say easy peasy lemon squeezy).
Bedmi Puri once known only in Agra, Mathura and Aligarh area of India is now much more popular and can be found in larger northern part of India. Bedmi Puri, is a popular Indian street food, which is wheat flour based bread stuffed with spiced lentils and served normally with a spicy potato curry (Aalo ke raseele sabzi).
Bedmi Puri also popularly known as bedmi aloo, bedmi kachori, urad dal kachori, bedami or bedmi puri aloo sabzi.
“Vegetable Manchurian“ is nothing but vegetable dumplings prepared in an Indo-Chinese style. This recipe of mine is gravy based, but you can try non-gravy version too, in case you are not a big fan of this soupy version. These are made of dumplings made of carrot, cabbage and capsicum primarily. If you having the dry version, then it is a great starter and when you making this gravy one, it is fabulous as main course. You can serve it with rice or noodles and certainly an instant hit with your guests.