Tofu Mix Vegetable

Lets get our taste buds to tofu. It may seem like Paneer (Cottage Cheese) once cooked but there's much difference in the nutritional value. I will not say which one is better, both are good depending on the type of nutrition you are planned with or what you are consuming in your day. Paneer has … Continue reading Tofu Mix Vegetable

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Langar Wali Dal / Punjabi Maa Chhole Ki Dal

It's Sunday and I bring to you what is prepared in GuruDwaras/ Mega Kitchens of India. It's the traditional curry which has been served for years in our GuruDwaras. We all Indians love this and enjoy the fragrance it has, the way it soothes our taste buds. However, I have prepared this in the shortest way … Continue reading Langar Wali Dal / Punjabi Maa Chhole Ki Dal

Dhuli Moong Dal / Husked Green Gram

It's time to reveal Indian food, home cooked food. This is what we all Indians have as one of our meals; Dhuli Moong dal (husked green gram). There can be various dishes which can be prepared from just moong daal; moong dal halwa, moong dal Barfi, etc. Here is the secret what I have learned … Continue reading Dhuli Moong Dal / Husked Green Gram

Home Style Rajma Curry / Red Beans Curry

Rajma is the most loved dish in North India eaten along with rice. This is probably my favorite and signature dish which I can eat all the time. I enjoy making Rajma regardless of that it takes bit more time in order to get the correct flavor and taste which is most like mostly in … Continue reading Home Style Rajma Curry / Red Beans Curry

Chicken Masala

Chicken masala is a perfect dish to have on friday lunch/ dinner if you are thinking of having something spicy. I did already prepare chicken masala, however, this one is with bones in it. Get some chicken and you are ready to go mad with chicken masala. All you need is lot of onions, tomatoes … Continue reading Chicken Masala

Boneless Chicken Masala

Chicken masala is a perfect dish to have on friday lunch/ dinner if you are thinking of having something spicy. And today its friday! TGIF! Get some boneless chicken and you are ready to go mad with chicken masala. All you need is lot of onions, tomatoes and spices (slurp!)  Have some imagination in your … Continue reading Boneless Chicken Masala

Beetroot Pulav

Rice is the most used ingredient in South India. There are many varieties which can be prepared with rice, be it rice bath, lemon rice, masala bath, pulao. Personally, i don't like rice much. However, if it comes to creating something different, I would love to prepare it. I am good to go with pulao … Continue reading Beetroot Pulav

Overloaded Surprise Pizza

Here is another feast for pizza lovers. One of my another creation from a wheat base pizza. This one is best for eggetarians who don't like to each non-veg. except for eggs. This is a feast for egg lovers. This one contains shallow fried potato chips, veggies and eggs and loads of cheese 😛 The … Continue reading Overloaded Surprise Pizza

Gondal Chicken

Recipe Credits: Gondal chicken was recently explored by chefs Ranveer Brar and Gautam Mehrishi exploring the India’s royal cuisine in Gujarat. This was recently broadcasted on one of the shows on Living Foodz. Overall Cooking Time: 10 minutes INGREDIENTS Chicken 500 gm Tomatoes 4 Nos. Cilantro Green chili 6 Nos. Bay leaves 4 Nos. Cinnamon 2 … Continue reading Gondal Chicken

Rajma Keema (Mashed Red Beans)

INGREDIENTS Rajma boiled (150 gm) Onion 1 No. Tomato 1 No. Green chilies 3 Nos. Cilantro/ Corriander leaves Vegetable oil Spices (salt, red chili powder, Corriander powder, garam masala, heeng) PREPARATION Grind onion, tomato and green chilies. Bring cooker to heat. Add 3 tbsp of vegetable oil. Now add onion tomato paste. Let it cook for … Continue reading Rajma Keema (Mashed Red Beans)