Paratha, Ramadan Special, Snacks, Veg

Punjabi Chole Masala Instant Bhature Recipe

iqoption minimo Happy Monday ! Today’s recipe is ‘Punjabi Chole Masala Instant Bhature’.  Chole bhature is a very popular dish of north India. Every Indian restaurant here in India serves chole bhature. Chole bhature is a delicious dish in which chickpeas are cooked with indian spices and it is served with fluffy deep-fried leavened bread. In this… Read More Punjabi Chole Masala Instant Bhature Recipe

Masala Powder

Punjabi Chole Masala Powder Recipe

follow link Hi everyone ! Today we are preparing ‘Punjabi Chole Masala Powder’ recipe.  This masala powder is used in preparing chole masala recipes. It is a blend of selected roasted spices which are then used in preparation of chickpeas masala. This is again a recipe of my mother and she cooks delicious punjabi chole from this… Read More Punjabi Chole Masala Powder Recipe

Paneer, Pasta, Ramadan Special, Snacks

Paneer Macaroni Pakodi (Cottage cheese pasta pakori)

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Non Veg

White Chicken Recipe (Chicken in white gravy)

traiding212 Today’s recipe is ‘White Chicken (chicken in white gravy)’. In this recipe chicken is cooked with white pepper powder and very little amount of red chilli powder. It is a delicious curry which is very mild. Serve it with chapati/ roomali roti/paratha/plain rice.  Try this new taste of chicken which is cooked in curd and… Read More White Chicken Recipe (Chicken in white gravy)

Curry, South Indian Dishes, Veg

Hyderabadi Bagara Baingan (Spicy Aubergine Curry)

go here Today’s recipe is ‘Hyderabadi Bagara Baingan’. It is a delicious and a very popular south-indian dish. In Hyderabad this dish is served as a side dish along with Hyderabadi Biryani. You can also serve it with roti/chapati/plain rice/paratha.  This recipe which I am sharing today is again my mother’s recipe.