Aloo tikki is one of commonly known name in Northern India. These fried potato patties topped with uniquely made chickpea curry and assorted chutneys offers a mouth watering dish, that is difficult to resist from eating. If you been to North of India or even places like Mumbai, you can notice that this tikki chaat or aloo tikki chaat, being sold by Indian road side hand cart vendors (thela). This aloo tikki chaat recipe is sam as how you will find in Delhi.Continue reading “Aloo Tikki Chaat recipe – Step by Step Guide”
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Dahi Vada Recipe – Dahi Bhalla Recipe
Dahi Vada (दही बड़ा) is a popular Indian snack and is one of my absolute favourite. Its extremely popular in north of India, though known across the India. Most of the lavish celebrations will include dahi vada in it. Here is my recipe of soft dahi vada aka dahi bhalla, which should give you one of the best dahi vada.Continue reading “Dahi Vada Recipe – Dahi Bhalla Recipe”
Palak Paneer Recipe – Step By Step
Palak paneer (पालक पनीर) is a vegetarian dish which originates from the Punjab region of northern part of India. Soft Paneer cubes simmered in not so spicy spinach gravy make this recipe a dish full of nutrients. This palak paneer recipe is an excellent example of nutrition packed meal, thanks to spinach and paneer. Who says veg food does not have proteins?Continue reading “Palak Paneer Recipe – Step By Step”
Palak Kadhi – Spinach Kadhi Recipe
I had some excess yogurt at home and I had bought Spinach to make Palak Paneer, but when I asked my partner if he fancies having palak paneer, he did not sound too excited about it. Immediately I thought I can make “Palak Kadhi / Spinach Kadhi” (पालक की कढ़ी). This palak kadhi recipe offers me to to kill three birds in a go. 1. I can use yogurt, 2. I can use my spinach and lastly it gives me a good meal too.Continue reading “Palak Kadhi – Spinach Kadhi Recipe”
Haldiram Style Mathri
Are you a tea lover or a fab of coffee? I am a genuine tea lover and when it comes to tea, I like snacks with it (normally). One of my tea companion is Mathri. So what is mathri? Its like flaky spiced flour cracker. The crunchy it gets, better it tastes.Continue reading “Haldiram Style Mathri”
Paneer Tikka Parcels
Recently I became active on Instagram and I get to see lot of exciting posts. One thing which caught my attention was the idea of trying out new things which require baking. I thought of baking pizza.
When I decided to bake my pizza, my girl said she wants to eat something different, so I thought let me give a twist to something she loves. She loves Paneer Patties , so this time I decided to make “Paneer Tikka Parcels” (पनीर टिक्का पार्सल), and this was something new for her as well, and I was assured that she will love it.Continue reading “Paneer Tikka Parcels”
Pickled Onion | Sirke Wale Pyaz
When was the last time you visited any Indian restaurant? Did you get served red pickled onion as condiment before your food was served? Red pickled onion or Vinegar Onion or sirke wale pyaz (सिरके वाले प्याज ) is one thing that I ask as first thing in any Indian restaurant and generally I end up dishing that out with green chutney, and pickle, much before even starters are served.Continue reading “Pickled Onion | Sirke Wale Pyaz”
Bedmi Aalo Sabzi
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 potato curry that you can make any time with least of fuss (as they say easy peasy lemon squeezy).Continue reading “Bedmi Aalo Sabzi”
Bedmi Poori Recipe – बेड़मी पूरी
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. Bedai Puri aka 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).Continue reading “Bedmi Poori Recipe – बेड़मी पूरी”
Dry Pea Potato Curry
Dry Pea Potato Curry / Sookhi Matar Aalo Sabji (आलू मटर की सूखी सब्जी) is a dry dish prepared with potatoes and green peas. Loved by all, it is very simple to prepare and goes well with all Indian bread especially poori and chapati. Best part is that it can be made with minimal fuss and in minutes. This pea-potato curry is made with minimum ingredients, and is very good option for picnic or while travelling in train….oh well I do miss those long train journeys of India. Continue reading below for the detailed step by step pictorial recipe of this simple and yet tasty curry.