Jan 082015
 
Cabbage Kofta Curry - with a healthy twist

‘Kofta’ in any form makes me drool!! 😀 I have mentioned several times that any curry in the form of dumplings or patties becomes my favorite instantly. You can check out some of my kofta recipes here – Restaurant style Malai Kofta, Aloo Kofta. Today, I share with you a healthier form of kofta using cabbage. The traditional cabbage koftas are [Read more]

Jan 052015
 
Oats-stuffed Mirchi(Green Chili) Curry - Guest Post for Aruna Panangipally of Aharam

‘Oats’ is a very healthy food that has a good amount of fibre and helps in digestion. I normally prefer oats in my dinner as it keeps the body light and energetic the next morning. When I was thinking what to guest post for Aruna of Aharam, I had some oats at home and so I sent her this recipe [Read more]

Dec 152014
 
Aloo(Potato)-Onion Curry for Indian Poori/Roti

Yesterday, I shared the recipe for making Indian Pooris/puffed bread served with a simple Potato/aloo curry. So, as mentioned in that post, today I am sharing my recipe for the curry. This is a very basic and easy curry to make with no masala powders or spices added. All the flavor comes from the ginger and green chili that is [Read more]

Nov 272014
 
Cauliflower (Gobi) Tikka Masala - Restaurant style

Cauliflower is a favorite in our home. Both me and my husband enjoy it with pretty much anything, either rotis or any rice. There are different styles and forms in which cauliflower can be cooked. In my blog, I have already shared recipes for Tandoori Cauliflower, Gobi 65 and Gobi Manchurian.  Today, I am sharing a recipe that I personally order the most [Read more]

Nov 102014
 
Majjiga Pulusu/Spiced-Yogurt Stew

Majjiga Pulusu is a famous South-Indian stew made with beaten sour-curd/buttermilk. There are different versions to this. In my family itself, there are 2 versions – My mother’s and my mother-in-law’s 🙂 My mom makes a very mildly flavored one while my mom-in-law makes it with coconut paste and any leafy vegetable. Today, I am sharing my mom’s version of [Read more]