Vegetable Dum Biryani

Preparing dum biryani at home may sound quite overwhelming. It is definitely more time taking than your regular pulao and other kinds of rice, but it is totally worth the time you spend making it. If made with the right balance of ingredients and spices, your biryani will taste amazing, bursting with flavors.

Mushroom Pulao

Mushrooms and rice go really well together. You can add various other vegetables like green beans, carrots, cauliflower, etc. to make a different version of your own. I usually don’t like to keep a fixed recipe. Most of the times I add ingredients according to my taste buds at that point of time. That wayContinue reading “Mushroom Pulao”

Brinjal Fry in Thick Tomato Sauce

The subtle flavor that comes from the brinjal fry combined with a thick tangy tomato sauce just makes this dish so flavorsome and tasty. It does require quite a bit of preparation just like any other Indian curry, but it is just worth the time spent. Nevertheless, it is easy to make and tastes bestContinue reading “Brinjal Fry in Thick Tomato Sauce”

Corn on the cob and Green Bell-Pepper in Cashew Nut Gravy

This is a delicious and creamy dish which is so enjoyable to have. I say enjoyable only because you are bound to use your hands for this. We all know eating with hands is the best way to really connect with food. Biting into the corn on the cob and sucking the juice out fromContinue reading “Corn on the cob and Green Bell-Pepper in Cashew Nut Gravy”

Burnt Ginger Garlic Vegetable Fried Rice

When it comes to cooking delicious food, always make sure never to compromise on good quality ingredients. Try your best to find the the best possible quality available. There are so many different kinds of rice. If you want each cooked grain of rice separate from one another, it is important to use rice ofContinue reading “Burnt Ginger Garlic Vegetable Fried Rice”

Basic Paneer Kofta Curry

A few of my lovely readers have been insisting me to prepare Indian dishes for my blog. One of my friends mentioned she was looking for some good kofta curry recipe. I suggested I’d make the dish and post it here. A little bit of preparation time is required for making the koftas. Once you’reContinue reading “Basic Paneer Kofta Curry”

Easy Hard-Shell Tacos with Papadums/Papad

I love hard shell tacos. The crunchiness, juiciness – the combination with all the cheese and the fresh veggies…. It is like a circus going on in your mouth! 😉 Without doubt it is a messy and fun snack to devour. It has been quite a while since I’ve been meaning to make this delightfulContinue reading “Easy Hard-Shell Tacos with Papadums/Papad”

Black Chickpea (kala chana) Paranthas

A few years ago, I had these paranthas for the first time at my aunt’s house. They were really delicious and thought to myself; I had to make them for sure when I get back home. I did try them out and was liked by all. 🙂 Recently, this recipe came to my mind andContinue reading “Black Chickpea (kala chana) Paranthas”

Lazy Creamy Potatoes- Indian Style

Now, why would I name this dish lazy? I could have simply called it Dahi Aaloo (Potatoes cooked with curd) or something like that. It was only after I assembled my ingredients and got down to chopping, I realized I barely had anything to chop for this dish. No peeling and dicing potatoes! Very littleContinue reading “Lazy Creamy Potatoes- Indian Style”

Chaat Masala at Home

Chaat Masala, is basically a combination of a variety of spices, giving it a sweet, salty, tangy taste. WOW! Imagine such a burst of flavors in your mouth!! Mmmm… Dry Mango Powder and Black Salt are the key ingredients responsible for the zingy taste, (Chatpata– as we call it here in India) that pushes youContinue reading “Chaat Masala at Home”