Today’s recipe is ‘Methi Matar Malai’. It is a popular north dish which you will find in almost all north Indian restaurants. This recipe is delicious and very rich as its gravy is made from malai (heavy cream) and cashew nut paste. It can be served as a main course dish for special occasions. Winter is the perfect time to enjoy this dish, as during winters you will get fenugreek leaves and green peas easily in the market. Serve it with naan or hot chapati or lachha paratha.
Methi Matar Malai
Today’s recipe is another winter speciality of Rajasthan ‘Haldi ki Sabzi’. It is made from fresh whole raw turmeric, which looks almost like ginger. Turmeric is warm in nature, that’s is why this very healthy dish for the winter season. There are many benefits of turmeric as we know, so do try preparing this recipe at home. Turmeric has many digestive, anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant benefits.
Haldi ki Sabzi
Today’s recipe is ‘Amla Murabba’. It is winter and vegetable markets are full of amla these days. They are one of my favourite fruit since my childhood. During my school days, my mother used to soak amla in salt water for two-three days, that was my favourite. If you love amla, like me, do try this sweet version of amla. You can add amla in your kid’s diet through this recipe. Amla murabba really goes well with hot parathas/dal rice.
Today’s recipe is ‘Rajma Masala’. Rajma is a very popular and favorite curry of north India, which is made of red kidney beans. Rajma chawal is one of the famous food combination of Indian cuisine. Other than rice, it goes well with all Indian chapati/naan/paratha varieties. It can be enjoyed as a main course dish for lunch and dinner. Rajma is a healthy bean which is full of protein.
Today’s recipe is ‘Rajasthani Pitod ki Sabji’. It is a popular traditional dish from Rajasthan. The speciality of Rajasthani cuisine is that you will get many options when you ran out of vegetables at home. You will find many dishes from this cuisine in which main ingredients are besan (gram flour) and dahi (curd). If you love dishes prepared from gram flour which is tangy and spicy in taste, I am sure you will love this dish too. You can enjoy pitod ki sabji with chapati/parathas during lunch and dinner as a main course dish.
Rajasthani pitod ki sabji
Today’s recipe is ‘Aloo Ka Bharta’. It is a very easy recipe of Indian mashed potatoes, which are prepared by cooking few spices and vegetables with boiled potatoes. Aloo bharta can be served along with hot chapati/parathas as a side dish. It can be enjoyed during lunch or dinner.
Aloo ka Bharta