Today’s recipe is ‘Egg Curry’. This recipe can be served as a main course dish for lunch/dinner. Enjoy it with steamed rice or chapatis. It is a simple dish in which fried and boiled eggs are cooked in smooth curry of onion, ginger garlic and tomato.
Today’s recipe is ‘Tomato Onion Chutney’. I love every dish which is made of tomato 😀 . If not stopped by blogger inside me, I would love to add tomato in every dish prepared by me 😛 . Let’s get back to today’s recipe 😀 , this chutney is usually served with south-indian dishes like dosa and utappam. You can also enjoy it with parathas and snacks.
Tomato Onion Chutney
Today’s recipe is ‘Pyaz ki Bhajiya’. As Ramadan is almost here, get ready for iftar time. Pyaz pakori is one of the most common dish on the iftar table during Ramadan. It is very easy to prepare recipe, and takes only half an hour to prepare it. You can enjoy it during tea-time or as a snack. Serve it with chutney of your choice or ketchup.
Pyaz ki bhajiya
Today’s recipe is ‘Shahi Tukra’. As the name suggests, it is really a very rich dessert recipe. You can prepare it for large gatherings at home or any festive occasion. Other name for this dish is double ka meetha. In this recipe you can use bread slices or toast. It is basically a bread pudding, in which bread slices are fried in ghee then dip in the milk and flavoured sugar syrup.
Today’s recipe is ‘Boondi Ki Sabzi ‘. It is tasty dry tangy side dish recipe. Try this recipe with hot chapati or paratha during lunch or dinner. You can also carry it in your lunch box, as it is dry dish. It is easy and quick recipe, you can prepare it when in hurry.
Boondi ki Sabzi
Today’s recipe is Paneer Kofta . It is my mother’s recipe and tastes so delicious that I can’t even explain it to you 😀 . This one is one of the easiest recipe of kofta, and I totally recommend it to you. This kofta recipe can be served as main course dish for lunch and dinner. Enjoy it with hot chapati, naan, paratha or jeera rice.
Today’s recipe is Mushroom Do Pyaza . This dish can be served as dinner or lunch side dish. Do pyaza recipes are recipes in which amount of onions are double the amount of main vegetable. For example in this case, we are adding onions twice the amount of mushrooms. It is a dry recipe, which can be enjoyed with hot chapati or naan.
Mushroom Do Pyaza