Peas Potato Curry ~ Easy Dinner Ideas

Peas Potato Curry

Peas Potato Curry is yet another easy to make side dish for rotis and especially when you are busy to plan much ahead, this is one simple one to make. When Peas are fresh in the season, this is one of the sabzis that is often made. Of course, each time I make it differently […]

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Ulli Karam Dosa with Cheese From Andhra

Ulli Karam Dosa

Ulli Karam Dosa is a delicious Dosa topped with a spicy onion chutney spread. When you are serving to kids, you can make it more interesting by adding cheese. When I was thinking about what to make for U, I remembered the Telugu word Ulli for Onions. I was thinking if I should search for […]

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Chukka Aaku Pachadi | How to make Chukka Aaku Chutney

Chukka Aaku Chutney - Indian Mini Thali

Chukka Aaku Pachadi is a chutney made with Indian Sorrel or Ambat Chukka that can be served with rice. Chukka Aaku is also called as Ambat Chukka or Indian Sorrel. I am not sure exactly about the Indian name. However, it is slightly sour in taste and makes a wonderful greens for making chutney or […]

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Mushroom Pepper Chilli Fry

Mushroom Pepper Fry

Mushroom Pepper Chilli Fry is a dry saute made with button mushroom and all three colored capsicums or Bell Peppers. This dry saute can be enjoyed as such or as a side dish during a meal. I don’t eat Mushroom and that’s one of the reasons why I don’t feature that many Mushroom dishes. However, […]

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Junior Kuppanna Style Chicken Biryani

Junior Kuppanna Style Chicken Biryani

Junior Kuppanna Style Chicken Biryani is an aromatic biryani made with Seeraga Samba Rice along with various spices and herbs. This is an attempt at creating the popular biryani at home. My kids are very fond of the biryani from Junior Kuppanna and we never leave a chance to make something like that at home. […]

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Dal Tadka Restaurant Style

Dal Tadka Restaurant Style

Dal Tadka Restaurant Style is a simple and easy dal made in a restaurant that we can make in minutes in our kitchen and one of the most popular versions of dals. When I picked up North Indian Thali to make at home, I needed a Dal that I had to add. Since I have […]

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Makhmali Paneer | How to make Makhmali Paneer

Makhmali Paneer is a creamy side dish that pairs very well with Rotis, Naans, made with a cream of Melon Seeds and Coconut Milk. A very simple side dish that only requires a handful of ingredients resulting in a rich gravy. Makhmali Paneer was part of my Awadhi Thali or the Mixed North Indian Thali […]

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Podpłomyki ~ Armenian Flatbread

Podpłomyki is an Armenian Flatbread often made without yeast and the simplest flatbread you can make. These are referred as Ormiańskie podpłomyki and can be made on the open fireplaces. In the ancient Slavic Societies, these Podpłomyk was a common food made on stones heated up in a fire. Sometimes in its history, it was […]

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Cascioni Romganoli | How to make Stuffed Cascioni

Cascioni Romganoli from Italy

Cascioni Romganoli is a griddle cooked flatbread stuffed with Swiss Chard, Tomatoes and cheese. Apart from these savoury fillings, one can use sweet fillings like jam or Nutella as well. These are made with the same dough used for making Piadina, a rustic flatbread from Romagna. Since Cascioni Romganoli is a savoury treat, you can […]

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Paneer Schezwan Dry | Spicy Chilli Paneer Szechuan

Paneer Schezwan Dry

Paneer Schezwan Dry is an Indo Chinese Stir Fried Dish, adapted from the Szechuan cuisine. Indo Chinese is a popular cuisine in India, and this dish is a spicy lip smacking starter and makes a meal by itself. Sichuan cuisine, Szechwan cuisine, or Szechuan cuisine is a style of Chinese cuisine originating from Sichuan Province […]

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Sprouted Moong Makhani ~ Side dish for Rotis

Sprouted Moong Makhani

Sprouted Moong Makhani is a rich and easy dish to make as a side dish for your rotis. We mostly make this for dinner when we have moong sprouts on hand. We frequently make moong sprouts and use it in various dishes as salads, as parathas and then this rich makhani gravy. If you are […]

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