No Onion No Garlic Tomato Chutney

No Onion Tomato Chutney

No Onion No Garlic Tomato Chutney is an easy chutney made as a side dish for dosas and idlis and is very quick to make. This comes handy when you are short of onions. During recent times when the onions prices were soaring high, we decided to make some no onion dishes and one of […]

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Indori Poha | How to make Poha with Jeeravan Masala

Indori Poha

Indori Poha is a filling breakfast from Indore and is popular street food, normally served with hot Jalebi on the side. This poha is different from other versions as it has Jeeravan Masala sprinkled on it. When it came to I in the A to Z Indian Breakfast Dishes, I wanted to make Idiyappam. Since […]

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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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Edada or Idada | How to make Safed Dhokla

Edada

Edada or Idada is a delicious Dhokla dish from Gujarat and it is also called Safed Dhokla. This is a fermented breakfast dish that can be easily done with a little planning ahead. Just like the Idlis of South, these white or Safed Dhoklas are steamed and make a wonderful breakfast dish. When it was […]

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Fara | How to make Chawal Ke Fare

Fara

Fara or Chawal Ke Fare is quick to make breakfast dish from Chhattisgarh made with just three ingredients like rice flour, salt, and oil. These make a healthy option for breakfast. These Faras are more like Ammani Kozhukattai made during Ganesh Chaturthi with just bare minimum ingredients. I made with just 1/2 cup of rice […]

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Doodhi na Muthiya ~ A to Z Indian Breakfast Dishes

Doodhi Na Muthiya

Doodhi na Muthiya is a traditional Gujarati breakfast dish made with a combination of flours, bottle gourd and spices for a perfect breakfast or snack for any time that can be served as dinner as well. I have previously made Lauki Nu Muthia with a different combination of flours and vegetables. So while searching for […]

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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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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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Aloo Beerakaya Masala Kura

Aloo Beerakaya Masala Kura

Aloo Beerakaya Masala Kura is one of those easy dishes you can make as a side dish for biryanis or pulaos. The nutty coconut and cashew take care of the combination and yes, of course, you can make it for Rotis as well. If you wonder if the coconut and cashew will make this very […]

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