Today’s recipe is ‘Moong Dal Stuffed Karela’. If you are a fan of karela/bitter gourd and looking for a new version of its recipe, this one is for you. This dish can be served as a side dish with chapati or paratha. For Moong Dal Stuffed Karela recipe, you will require – Karela/bitter gourd, moong… Read More Moong Dal Stuffed Karela | Stuffed Bitter gourd
Today’s recipe is Uttapam. Uttapam is a thick dosa-like South Indian dish. It is crisp and thick like a pancake. It is a very popular dish for breakfast in our country. You can even pack it in your kid’s lunchbox. For Uttapam, you will require – Rice rava, black gram skinned / urad dal, fenugreek… Read More Uttapam | How to make uttapam step by step method
Today’s recipe is ‘Lamb Pulao’. Who doesn’t like Pulao? It is one of my favourite rice dish. This pulao as the name suggests is prepared from lamb meat. This is my mother’s recipe, which is very simple and delicious. When planning a large spread of non veg, do add this pulao recipe in it.
Today’s recipe is ‘Laal Masoor Dal Samosa’. This recipe was taught to me by my Maasi (Maternal Aunt), this is her version of dal samosa stuffing. For her recipe, she prepares roomali roti as the outer coating of samosa, which I simplified by using samosa patti. Prepare these samosas as a starter or tea-time snack… Read More Laal Masoor Dal Samosa | How to make masoor samosa
Today’s recipe is ‘Stuffed Bread Balls’. It is a snack recipe, in which potato filling is stuffed inside bread coating. These balls are crispy from outside and soft from inside. If you make it in shape of rolls, you will get bread rolls. Serve these balls hot with ketchup or green chutney. You can even… Read More Stuffed Bread Balls | How to make stuffed bread balls
Today’s post is ‘Rajasthani Karonde ki Sabji’. Let me first introduce you all to Karonde, it is a berry type of fruit which grows on a shrub commonly flourishes in regions of high temperature. Karonde is a very beautiful purple-green or pink-green fruit. You will start seeing this fruit in the market from July to… Read More Rajasthani Karonde ki Sabji | How to make karonda sabji
Today’s recipe is ‘Palak Pakora’. It is a crisp spinach fritters recipe which tastes delicious along with tea/coffee. Pakoras are my favourite snack during monsoon and rainy season. Serve it with ketchup or chutney or fried green chillies. These pakoras are a tastier way to introduce green leafy vegetables in your kid’s diet. Serve it as… Read More Palak Pakora | Spinach Fritters Recipe