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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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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Batia Roti ~ A to Z Indian Breakfast Dishes

Batia Roti

Batia Roti is a common breakfast dish in Rajasthan which has onions and spices in it and makes a delicious flatbread to be eaten anytime. I came across this Batia Roti in an online google book that was about dishes from Rajasthan. Batia Roti is a common breakfast in Rajasthan as Lachedar parathas are in […]

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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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Paneer Capsicum Masala

Paneer Capsicum Masala

Paneer Capsicum Masala is a rich creamy sauce made with roasted capsicum along with other ingredients topped with paneer. This gravy makes a fantastic variation to your regular Paneer Masala as it has the spicy capsicum blended as a sauce. Finally, when we first made it, I felt kids will not like it. Furthermore, surprisingly […]

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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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Potato Salna | How to make Easy Salna Recipe

Easy Potato Salna

Potato Salna is a delicious gravy served with Parottas in Tamil Nadu. Its made with ground spicy masala and can have vegetables added or served plain as well. Salna is a thin spicy gravy made with the roasted and ground masala paste. It is served with parottas where the parottas are shredded and this thin gravy […]

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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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