Nov 162014
 
Fried Rice - Indian style

Fried rice is probably the one recipe I prepare atleast once a week. I find the reason behind it is because it goes along with pretty much any curry on the side – Indian or Chinese. Today we had it for lunch and I served it along with Gobi (Cauliflower) Manchurian. This recipe of fried rice is typically what we [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]

Nov 062014
 
Peas Pulao recipe - mutter pulao

Pulao is such a versatile food that we can modify it depending on whatever ingredients we have. Vegetable pulao, palak pulao, methi pulao, rajma pulao etc. Pulao makes a perfect lunch-box meal and also best suits for a busy day. Today I am posting my peas pulao that I often prepare for my husband’s box. I make a simple version in [Read more]

Oct 312014
 
Dum Aloo (Potatoes cooked in creamy sauce)

Here comes another aloo/potato delicacy – Dum Aloo. This is a very famous Indian curry made with boiled baby potatoes that are cooked slowly in a thick and creamy curd-based sauce/gravy. Everyone has their own version to this, some prepare using tomato-based sauce and others use onion-tomato based gravy etc. I do something that is a combination of both as [Read more]

Oct 292014
 
Subway-Inspired Corn and peas Frankie/Kathi Rolls

I have previously posted a recipe for Frankie/Kathi rolls with mexican filling, where I used refried beans and coleslaw. Today, I am sharing a quicker version to it where there are 2 fillings – one is the Subway-style corn-peas in sour cream/curd and another is a typical bell pepper/capsicum and onion tangy curry. Add a pinch of chat masala and [Read more]