Monthly Archive: June 2015

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Gatte ki sabzi

Share107Pin299TweetYum1+12409 Shares Hello friends, I bet all of you had wonderful summery weekend. Finally it’s Monday and after two days of relaxing I am all pumped up to start a whole new week !! 😉 So what’s cookin??  It’s no onion no garlic Gatte ki sabzi also referred to as...

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Pithi wala Paratha

Share12Pin453TweetYum1+11467 Shares Peethi or Pithi wala paratha is a lentil stuffed flat-bread which is yummy and extremely delicious. Pithi or peethi is a urad dal mixture sauteed with onions, gram flour, spices and later stuffed in wheat flour and rolled out like parathas. A versatile mixture that...

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Paneer Paratha

SharePin76TweetYum28+1104 Shares Start your day off right with a healthy and nutritious breakfast and should never be missed. I had read somewhere that BREAKFAST means break the fast meaning ‘break your overnight fast’. It’s so true. After a goodnight sleep body is craving for something healthy in...

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Ram Ladoo recipe

Share43Pin11.6KTweetYum16+1411.7K SharesScrumptious and delicious Ram Ladoo recipe is an all time favorite tea time snack. This insanely crispy and crunchy moong dal fritters are topped with shredded radish, tangy chutneys and ready to eat. A gluten-free and vegan recipe! Hello, Delhi bellies…. here comes the popular street food...

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Kakori Kebab recipe

Share15Pin1.2KTweetYum+121.2K Shares Whether be kebabs or biryanis Mughlai cuisine takes a special place in my house. Today I bring you one of the famous Mughlai Kebab – Kakori Kebab recipe. Kakori is a term used to describe the most softest kebabs in the world. In fact...

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Stuffed Aloo Tikki

Share107Pin311TweetYum1+13422 Shares Rains..rains and more rains.. when the weather is such what can you crave for – yummy STREET FOOD and that too homemade. So I am headed to my kitchen to prepare one the most popular street food of India- Stuffed Aloo tikki ♥....

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Aam ka achar – Mango Pickle

Share16Pin101TweetYum1+11119 Shares Summer is here and so are the raw mangoes. Markets are flooded with green raw mangoes and a perfect time to put in some homemade Aam ka achar – Mango pickle. Every year when I get ready to prepare this achar, it takes me...

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Paneer Tikka Masala

Share5Pin999TweetYum36+131.0K Shares What can I say about this dish, the name says it all – Paneer Tikka Masala. Marinated Paneer cubes along with veggies are grilled till toasty and then sauteed in onion-tomato based cream sauce, yum!! Tweak up the recipe by giving a smoky taste to...

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Keema Samosa

Share16Pin391TweetYum1+13411 Shares Rains and samosas…. delicious combination. Can never say no to samosas. Had Phyllo sheets on hand so prepared a flavor-licious recipe – Chicken Keema Samosa. Minced chicken sauteed in spices then wrapped in pastry sheets and baked to perfection!! Prepared both the non- veg...

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Bread Poha

Share7Pin270TweetYum29+12308 Shares With very little time on hand each morning is like running a marathon- packing everyone’s lunch box, sending them to school/office and feeding them a healthy and a well balanced nutritious meal. This is my morning routine and I bet you all are in the same boat....

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Eggless Crumble Cake

Share22Pin700TweetYum13+13738 Shares Everyday coffee cake that can be enjoyed at any time of the day! Easy to make and prepared with always available -on-hand pantry ingredients. Eggless Crumble Cake, a simple and tender cake with toppings of cinnamon,walnuts and brown sugar – super moist, and totally addicting recipe! Cinnamon on...

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Baghare Baingan

Share16Pin801TweetYum18+12837 Shares A specialty of Hyderabadi Cuisine – Baghare baingan. Baghar means tadka/tempering and baigan is referred to as eggplants meaning “Eggplants cooked with a tadka”. Baby eggplants/baingan are cooked in cashew – coconut gravy and flavored with tangy spices. This dish is pretty close to the traditional Hyderabadi...

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Mess -free kulfi

SharePin2TweetYum+12 Shares Enjoy Kulfi, ice creams or popsicle mess free. Place a cupcake liner underneath your dessert to avoid drippings. All drippings will fall in the cupcake liner and once done toss everything in the trash. Voila.. no more sticky hands 🙂  

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Bharwan Bhindi – Stuffed Okra

Share11Pin742TweetYum1+11755 Shares Bhindi also referred to as Okra is my family’s favorite vegetable – whether be kurkuri bhindi or baked bhindi, it’s their all time favorite. They can relish bhindi at any hour, just roll it in warm rotis and its their most preferred meal. Undeniably tasty and delicious...

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Dal Tadka

Share6Pin116TweetYum13+11136 Shares At Indian restaurants dal tadka or dal fry is a commonly ordered lentil. Simple yet loaded with flavor this dal is delicious and a staple part of Indian day-to day meal. Yellow Moong Dal is boiled and cooked with onion, tomatoes and aromatic spices that adds a very...