Mahjouba | How to make Algerian Crêpes

Mahjouba - Algerian Crêpes

Mahjouba are Algerian Crêpes, that are thick flaky flatbreads stuffed with a tomato based filling, a very popular street snack from Algeria. Though these Mahjouba are called as Algerian crepes, its actually a dough based flatbread made with just fine semolina and sometimes with a mix of fine semolina and all purpose flour. Flatbreads are […]

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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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Easy No Tomato Vegetable Biryani in Pressure Cooker

Vegetable Biryani

This Easy No Tomato Vegetable Biryani is the easiest one you can make for packing for your lunch or as a party dish. The first time we made, we used all the vegetables, it was still good as I need not worry about removing the onions from the kids lunch box. Everybody loved it and […]

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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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Chinese Steamed Bao Buns with Roasted Paneer and Vegetables

Chinese Steamed Buns

Chinese Steamed Bao Buns with Roasted Paneer and Vegetables is a delicious buns steamed in a regular steamer and makes a great meal or snack in between. These buns are so versatile that you can stuff anything in between and enjoy. While checking for steamed dishes that can work out as a meal, I came […]

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Microwave Upma | How to make Upma in a Mug

Microwave Tomato Upma

Microwave Upma is the fastest way to have your breakfast and it tastes just as great as it is cooked on a stovetop. Enjoy this easy and quick one now by making your traditional upma in a microwave. This week I had picked up to make 1 dish in different appliances. I even thought of […]

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Baked Semolina Cake | Baked Upma in Muffin Tin

Baked Upma

Baked Upma is an attempt at baking regular South Indian Upma in an Oven. This Semolina cake is easy to serve as its baked in a Muffin Tin. I have a fancy of making different dishes in a Muffin Tin and in the process think of vague things to do. However, today’s dish is almost […]

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Seeraga Samba Mutton Biryani

Seeraga Samba Mutton Biryani

Seeraga Samba Mutton Biryani is a popular Mutton Biryani in South, especially in Tamil Nadu. Tamil Nadu is famous for the Dindigul Thalappakattu Biryani, Ambur Biryani. The aroma and the goodness of these biryanis come from using the famous Seeraga Samba Rice, popularly used in making biryanis in Tamil Nadu. This biryani is Amma’s signature […]

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Gongura Pulihora | Andhra Style Red Sorrel Leaves Rice

Red Sorrel Leaves Rice

Gongura Pulihora is an Andhra special spicy mixed rice prepared with red sorrel leaves with spices. This is very quick and easy to make Pulihora. Andhra is famous for its gongura pachadi, which we make in couple of different methods. I have a Gongura Podi, Gongura Pappu, I have even made a fried rice with […]

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Tiffin Sambar for Idlis ~ Step By Step Pictures

Tiffin Sambar

Tiffin Sambar for Idlis is a flavoursome Sambar made with Yellow Moong dal and a dash of Toor Dal. I have another version of Moong Dal Sambar that gets served as Tiffin Sambar at home. However, I have added green chillies along with the toor dal to give some change to the tiffin sambar. This […]

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Tomato Karam Dosa ~ 101 Dosa Varieties!

Tomato Karam Dosa

Tomato Karam Dosa or Spread for Dosa is one of the staple topping thats commonly done in my inlaw’s place. Whenever we visit my SIL, we always end up enjoying this combination for one of the breakfasts and it being Athamma’s signature dishes, I really wonder how I missed making it to share here! When […]

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