‘Kebab’ is everyone’s favorite non-veg snack or starter recipe. This kebab recipe is made from leftover mutton curry and rice. Never let your leftover get waste , you can always prepare some delicious and tempting recipe from leftover food. For this recipe I have used mutton curry and rice (leftovers). Enjoy this kebab recipe as snack with green chutney or ketchup.
Dal Makhani is a traditional north Indian dish. It is a rich and buttery gravy of red kidney beans (rajma) and whole black lentils (urad). Dal makhani can be served with tandoori butter naan or jeera rice. Dal makhani is a main course recipe which can be served for lunch or dinner. Other name for this dish is Maa di daal.
Chicken Omelette recipe is an egg recipe in which stuffing is of marinated chicken cubes. It is an easy and quick recipe. Chicken omelette can be served as a breakfast recipe or as a mid meal option. This will give you a nice change from your usual omelette recipe.
Kurkuri Bhindi / Crispy Okra is a tasty, crunchy and spicy lady finger recipe. Bhindi is hindi name of okra or lady finger. You can serve this dish as a side dish with chapati or dal rice. This recipe is very easy to prepare and can be served for lunch and dinner as well as snack.
Kurkuri Bhindi (Crispy Okra)
Kakdi Koshimbir is a healthy and quick cucumber salad recipe. It is a very popular salad recipe of Maharashtrian cuisine. If you love healthy and delicious salad, this recipe is for you. Other name for this recipe is kakdi khamang or kakdi chi koshimbir. All you need is 15 mins to prepare this salad. Main ingredients required for this salad are cucumber, fresh coconut, roasted peanuts and coriander.
Bathua Raita is a very popular raita recipe of north India. Bathua is also known as Chenopodium. This recipe is simple and easy. In winter bathua is a very easily available green leafy vegetable. For this raita recipe, you need fresh yogurt, bathua, salt and temper raita with few spices. Enjoy this raita/dip with hot parathas.
Aloo Matar Pulao is an easy rice/pulao recipe. It is again a pressure cooker recipe. Market is full of fresh green peas, it is perfect time to prepare matar pulao. In case you are preparing this dish in off-season, use frozen peas. This dish can be prepared without potatoes also.
Aloo Matar Pulao