Laal Maas Recipe

Traditional Rajasthani Laal Maas Recipe

Laal Maas Recipe – Red meat curry from the land of Royals, Rajasthan, this laal maas is one such dish that will immediately rank high up in any non-vegetarian lover. This curry has taste on the spicier side and is reddish in color. This red color comes from unique Mathania chillies. Garlic, cardamon, mustard oil and other spices along with meat, gives it a distinct likeable taste.

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Mint Lachha Paratha Recipe

Mint Lachha Paratha – Pudina Paratha

Mint Lachha Paratha Recipe – The crispy, peeling and flaky Indian flat bread with layers and consisting of mint flavour champion on any dinning table. Indian flatbread is delicious on its own right, however when its made in the layers and shallow fried, the flavours elevate even further. This layered lachha paratha has dried (or can use fresh mint too), hence also referred as pudina lachha paratha.

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Whole Masoor Dal – Brown Lentils Recipe

It’s no secret that lentils are your friend, as these are great source of natural protein. Whole masoor dal also known as sabut masoor dal or brown lentils is comfort and simple food. Pair up this dal along with rice, roti, quinoa or even as soup, and you still get the same delicious taste. This masoor dal recipe is vegan (as long as not adding ghee), as well as you can make it gluten free too. This masoor dal (or brown lentils) recipe is simple and easy to follow.

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Best Kadai Paneer Recipe (Plus Video)

For paneer lovers, Kadai (Kadahi) Paneer (कडाही पनीर) probably will be in top 5 paneer dishes. Kadai paneer recipe is a common north-indian dish recipe, its origin is debated, and is unclear. In any case, it tastes delicious, hence just enjoy 🙂 Kadai paneer is the combination of paneer, onion and colourful bell peppers, in a with spicy tomato based gravy and aromatic spices. Some people also call it Kadai Paneer Masala.

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Makhani Soya Chaap Recipe – Soya Chaap Butter Masala

Love makhni flavours? Bored of usual butter paneer or butter chicken? Or simply can not eat paneer or chicken due to dietary requirements? You have your grounds covered with this “makhni soya chaap“, great buttery flavours, however its vegan. This butter soya chaap contains butter, and cream, hence if you are vegan, swap with vegan butter and cream. This is a soya makhani chaap is a vegetarian recipe, with amazing north-indian flavours, and can be made at home with minimal expertise.

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Rajma Masala Recipe – Kidney Beans Curry

Rajma Curry or Red kidney beans Masala – Rajma does not need any introduction for an Indian household. Likewise Kidney beans is widely known term in west too. Having said that Rajma has not been so popular as Chole (Chick Pea) or Samosa in west. Objective of my recipe here is to familiarise this to my audience in west as well as for the from Indian subcontinent to suggest how to make restaurant style authentic punjabi rajma masala. This recipe is suitable for Vegans and is gluten free (If you ignore Asafoetida or use GF version of it).

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Mixed veg Curry – Mix Vegetable recipe

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.

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Aubergine Chickpea Curry – Stepwise (Video) Recipe

Chickpea Aubergine Curry 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.

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Lobia Curry Recipe – Black Eyed Bean Curry – How To Make Lobia

Have you ever had lobia or black eyed beans? This curry is predominant in north part of India and also known in pockets on Maharashtra. In this 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.

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