Aloo Posto with Tomatoes

Aloo Posto is a famous Bengali side dish and is often served with lunch or dinner meals. The poppy seeds add a distinct flavor to the preparation and makes it a daily favorite. This is a variation of one of my previous Aloo Posto recipes which includes tomatoes to give it a delectable taste! A... Continue Reading →

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Paneer Malai Kofta Curry 

Malai kofta curry is essentially deep fried paneer dumplings with a creamy smooth tomato based gravy. It's a loved vegetarian main course recipe in India. Tastes great with Pulao, Naan, Roti or kulcha! There are different variations to this recipe but the below recipe lends a perfect rich taste! Try it for yourself and do... Continue Reading →

Mix Veg with Cucumber

Mix veg is extremely common in all Indian kitchens. Whether you are at home or ordering food at a restaurant, a mix vegetable dish is essential to go with rice or roti. Usually the vegetables used in mix veg include potatoes, beans, peas, cauliflower and carrots but I have added a bit of twist to... Continue Reading →

Khurma Shakkar Para

Khurma as known in the North Indian states is also known as Shakkar Para in many parts of India. It is a perfect for sweer lovers as it is essenntially a sugar coated munchie! Khurna is popularly a deep fried snack often found in small rectangular pieces or in a triangular shape. I have given... Continue Reading →

Dahi Kachori Chaat

I start drooling as soon as I hear the word "Chaat". The creamy Yogurt, the mint and tamarind chutney imparts a delectable flavor to most fried foods. Whenever you have leftover Kachoris at home try out this Dahi Kachori Chaat recipe to lure your taste buds! Click on the links for additional recipes of Kachoris,... Continue Reading →

Dahi Samosa Chaat 

Festive season means lot of leftover snacks and sweets. But if you love Chaats then you can use any leftover Samosas or Singaras to make Dahi Samosa Chaat. Well if you want you can use homemade Samosas too! Try out this mouthwatering recipe!! Click on the links for additional recipes of Mint and tamarind chutney.... Continue Reading →

Kettle Mukhot Diya Pitha 

I owe this recipe credits to my Mother in law! She makes the most soft and delicious Pithas. This pitha is also known as Tekeli Pitha. Basically these Pithas are steamed Rice cakes steamed in a Kettle or an earthen pot from where it has derived it's name from. Native to Assam this Pitha is... Continue Reading →

Khasta Moong Dal Kachori

Kachoris whether stuffed with daal or onions are relished by all. It's an ideal accompaniment to your evening cup of tea or coffee. However we find it laborious to make it at home and always purchase from the nearest Sweet shop. It's an art to make crispy kachori's.Often Kachoris turn out soggy and unappealing. This... Continue Reading →

Sabudana Vadas 

Sabudana vadas often known as Sago Vadas or Tapioca Fries are ideal family snacks which can also be consumed during Navaratri or Janmastami fasts. However in that case avoid the onion and replace common salt with Sendha Namak (rock salt). These vadas are soft from inside and crispy outside, just too good to resist. Try... Continue Reading →

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