Lasooni Moong Dal Tadka

Lasooni Moong Dal

Lasooni Moong Dal Tadka is a garlicky dal made with moong dal and is mildly spiced. This can be served with pooris or rotis and is very quick to make. In the current cooking agenda that I have until April, I have too many pooris or rotis to make. So one of the frequent side […]

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Avarekalu Akki Rotti ~ A to Z Indian Breakfast Dishes

Averakaya Akki Rotti

Avarekalu Akki Rotti is an Indian Flatbread made with rice flour, along with Hyacinth beans and other ingredients. It makes a healthy delicious breakfast dish. We are starting the final week of BM#108, where I will be sharing AtoZ Indian Breakfast Dishes. For the month of Jan, it is going to be A, B, and […]

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Creamy Paneer Curry ~ Side Dish for Parotta

Creamy Paneer Curry

Creamy Paneer Curry is a creamy gravy that is an apt side dish for parotta. With rich creamy sauce, the paneer adds on to the taste and makes a great dish. While we make Paneer Butter Masala at least once a week, sometimes we decide we must alter the dish and try something different. During […]

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Beerakaya Thokku Pachadi | Ridge Gourd Skin Chutney

Beerakaya Thokku Pachadi

Beerakaya Thokku Pachadi is a delicious chutney made with the peel of the Ridge Gourd vegetable, very popular in Andhra Cuisine and it makes a wonderful side dish. Probably this Andhra Beerakaya Thokku Pachadi or Ridge Gourd Skin Chutney is one of the most popular chutneys of the cuisine and we make the best use […]

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Homemade Mumbai Style Sandwich Masala

Sandwich Masala

This sandwich masala is a special spice powder used to sprinkle over Mumbai Special Sandwiches. This spice powder gives it a special kick that takes the taste to a whole new level. I have read enough about the popular sandwiches that are sold in the Mumbai roadside and this masala powder seems to be the […]

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Carrot Pesarapappu Kura ~ Easy Side Dish for Roti

Carrot Pesarapappu Kura

Carrot Pesarapappu Kura is one of the simplest and easiest side dishes you can make for a comforting dinner served for Rotis. Simple moong dal with slightly sweetish carrots in it makes a typical comfort food for us. When Amma made this sometime back, I suddenly remembered that it’s been a while since we made […]

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Bhejetebil Chop | How to make Bengali Vegetable Chop

Bhejetebil Chop

Bhejetebil Chop or the Bengali Vegetable Chop is a quintessential dish from the Bengals. This is a deep fried vegetable cutlet that makes a sinful dish to be served during evening tea! While I don’t drink tea or make elaborate dishes for tea time, during weekends it is a custom to nibble or munch on […]

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Kalmi Vada | How to make Rajasthani Chana Dal Vada

Kalmi Vada

Rajasthani Kalmi Vada is a typical tea time snack which is deep fried chana dal vada with onions, spices and served with green chutney, and tea. This snack is double fried by cutting the regular circular vada and ends up being oblong or long sticks. This is same as the South Indian Masala Vadai, except […]

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