Banarasi Tamatar Ki Chaat

Banarasi Tamatar Chaat

Banarasi Tamatar Ki Chaat is a tangy lip smacking chaat that is popular in the city of Banaras. You can find this one only in this city and is surely something you must try. This chat is a spicy preparation where tomatoes are mixed with grated ginger, green chilies and spices with the addition of […]

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Bhedawi Puri | How to make Rajasthani Bhedawi Poori

Bhedawi Puri

Bhedawi Puri is a Rajasthani puri made with a dough made of all purpose flour and kalonji. It has a stuffing prepared with urad dal and whole spices. The final deep fried bread tastes out of the world and you can serve it with some easy side dishes for a complete meal. When I decided […]

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Besan Ki Poori | How to make Spicy Besan Poori

Besan Ki Poori aur Sabzi Nasta Thali

Besan Ki Poori is a gram flour deep fried bread made with a mix of besan and wheat flour and spiced with the masala. These make a good dish on its own without any side dish. For the next Indian Flatbread, I decided to make this Besan Ki Poori. I already have a Besan Masala […]

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Bedmi Poori ~ Punjabi Style Puri Recipe

Punjabi Bedmi Puri

Bedmi Poori the Punjabi Style Puri Recipe is made with urad dal paste along with spices and masalas for a delicious Sunday Breakfast. The side dishes served with it makes a complete meal. I have already many different Bedmi Pooris shared, this recipe different from the rest, and I adapted mine from here. I had […]

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Brinjal Curry ~ Easy Side Dish for Biryani

Brinjal Curry

Brinjal Curry is an Easy Side Dish for Biryani that can be done very quickly. Biryanis always are served with some raita and gravy on the side and this dish is very apt for it. First of all, when we make Biryanis, we always end up making something on the side as well. So you […]

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Gummadikaya Pulusu ~ Vegetarian Lunch Thali

Gummadikaya Pulusu

Gummadikaya Pulusu is the next one featured in the Vegetarian Lunch Thali. This Pulusu is a tangy, slightly sweetish gravy that pairs well with steamed rice. We mostly make pumpkin as gojju or thick gravy. And there are occasions when we want to make something extra too. And there are occasions when the dishes we […]

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Mumbai Masala Aloo Cheese Sandwich

Mumbai Masala Aloo Sandwich

Mumbai Masala Aloo Cheese Sandwich is popular street food from the city of Mumbai. Special Sandwich Masala is sprinkled over these sandwiches that makes it more delicious. When I decided to make a Sandwich platter, I decided to go with what Vaishali had shared a while ago for one of the BMs. I made the […]

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Uppu Huli Dosa ~ AtoZ Indian Breakfast Dishes

Uppu Huli Dosa - Spicy Dosa - Udupi Recipe

Uppu Huli Dosa is a Spicy Dosa from the cuisine of Udupi. Whole spices are ground along with rice to make the batter. The dosa turns out to be spicy that you can serve it with just ghee or coconut chutney. The best part is that this batter doesn’t require fermentation at all. If you […]

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Seyal Pav ~ A to Z Indian Breakfast Dishes

Seyal Pav

Seyal Pav is a delicious and easy breakfast dish made with a day’s old pav bun in an onion tomato gravy. This is a popular Sindhi Breakfast that works out best with leftover pav and for a quick dish. Just as we have Bread Upma, where the bread slices are tossed in onion and tomato […]

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Rava Paniyaram ~ A to Z Indian Breakfast Dishes

Rava Paniyaram

Rava Paniyaram is an instant breakfast dish you can make with Rava or Sooji in the Paniyaram Pan. This instant rave appe is very easy to make and is versatile. This only takes about 10 minutes to get prepared and another 10 mins to cook. Serve this with coconut chutney for a delicious combination. This […]

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