Roti Noodles ~ Easy Evening Snack

Roti Noodles

Roti Noodles is a wonderful way to get kids to eat rotis and to use up leftover rotis in a better way. Cook these roti noodles in Indo Chinese style and kids will love it I decided to make some fusion dishes for Day 3 of Thalis & Platters, where for week 1, I am […]

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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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Paneer Butter Masala Recipe

Paneer Butter Masala - Side Dish for Roti

Paneer Butter Masala is a creamy onion tomato based rich gravy with paneer in it. This is surely one of the most popular paneer dishes and one can never have enough recipes for it. During the initial days of this lockdown, certain ingredients were not available. We had to cook with what we had on […]

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Litti Chokha ~ A to Z Indian Breakfast Dishes

Litti From Bihar

Litti Chokha is a complete meal on its own originated from the Indian State of Bihar. Littis are wheat balls stuffed with Sattu that is flavored with other spices and is cooked in different ways. The Littis are dough balls, stuffed with Sattu or Roasted chana dal powder, mixed with pickle masala and other spices. […]

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Peanut Garlic Podi ~ Andhra Special Karam Pallila podi

Peanut Garlic Podi

Peanut Garlic Podi, an Andhra special chutney powder made with roasted peanuts, red chili powder, and garlic. This is a versatile powder that can be served with many tiffin dishes. This spicy podi is also called in different names like peanut podi, peanut chutney powder, peanut gunpowder, groundnut chutney powder, rayalaseema palli podi, Peanut Karam […]

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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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Moong Dal Makhani

Moong Dal Makhani

WhMoong Dal Makhani is a creamy dal made with Whole Moong and very simple to make. While Dal Makhani uses Urad dal, in this version we use Moong dal and the process is much easier to complete. We frequently soak the Moong for sprouting and at times even when we have excess sprouted Moong, we […]

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Vada Pulusu | How to make Masala Vada Curry Andhra Style

Masala Vada Curry Andhra Style

Vada Pulusu or the Masala Vada Curry Andhra Style is an interesting gravy made with masala vadas in a tangy gravy. First of all, this gravy might have come up to use the leftover masala vadas. However, in our place, we never have leftover masala vadas, so it is always prepared with fresh vadas. The […]

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Peanut Kara Pulusu ~ Tangy Side Dish for Rice

Peanut Kara Pulusu

Peanut Kara Pulusu is a tangy gravy served with steamed rice and is a delicious dish made with boiled peanuts. The crunchy peanuts make a nice add on to the gravy when eaten with rice. Pulusu is a tangy gravy made with tamarind base in Andhra mostly spiced with red chili powder and coriander, unlike […]

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Veg Makhanwala Recipe | How to make Vegetable Makhani

Vegetable Makhani

Veg Makhanwala is a creamy rich gravy made with the roasted ingredients and full of vegetables that makes a delicious side dish for Naans or Rotis. Vegetable Makhanwala or Vegetable Makhani as it is also referred to as is quite easy to make if you plan ahead with ingredients to make this dish. My Paneer […]

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