Fodnicha Bhaat | How to make Phodnicha Bhaat

Fodnicha Bhaat

Fodnicha Bhaat or Phodnicha Bhaat as it is also called is a simple dish you can make with leftover rice. This is a perfect one to carry for Lunch box as well. Since rice is eaten in a majority on a daily basis, there is always a possibility of excess on hand. That’s when you […]

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Cholia Chawal | How to make Green Chana Pulao

Chholia Chawal

Cholia Chawal is an easy pulao made with fresh green chickpea or chana. The rice can be quickly done with simple spices and makes a wonderful lunch box dish. Cholia or Fresh Chana are available only during the winter season in Northern states. I haven’t seen these fresh green ones in our place. We do […]

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Achari Chana Vegetable Pulao

Achari Chana Vegetable Pulao

Achari Chana Vegetable Pulao is an interesting one pot meal that can be done quickly in a pressure cooker. This pulao is made with Pickle masala along with chickpea and mixed vegetables. We are starting the April Mega BM where is the theme is Biryani / Pulao/ Khichdi and we are doing to do nonstop […]

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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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Vankaya Senagalu Kura

Vankaya Senagalu Kura

Vankaya Senagalu Kura is a simple and easy side dish to make for rotis. The combination of black chana with brinjal tastes excellent. All you would need to plan ahead is to remember soaking the chana ahead. Most times I plan ahead to make chana Pulao or some gravy and so chana is always stocked […]

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Mushroom Potato Curry

Mushroom Potato Curry

Mushroom Potato Curry is a semi dry side that works very well to be served with hot rotis. The dish gets done very quickly and only needs basic spice powders. You must have noticed I hardly post any Mushroom recipes, that’s because I don’t eat Mushroom. Of course, I share nonveg because I have people […]

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Vankaya Batani Kura | How to make Brinjal Peas Curry

Brinjal Peas Curry

Vankaya Batani Kura is one of those simplest curries that get done for dinner most weekdays at home. This used to be our favorite and frequent curries done and served with rotis on a busy weekday and you only have about 40 mins on hand to make dinner. Brinjal is Daddy’s favorite vegetable and Amma […]

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Sukhi Subzi Roll | How to make Roll with Mixed Vegetables

Sukhi Subzi Roll

Sukhi Subzi Roll can be done with an everyday vegetable side dish with your regular wheat rotis. These rolls can be packed for office lunch as well as the filling is dry. I regularly make Aloo Cauliflower Sukki Subzi. This time when I decided to make some rolls, I wanted it to be different and […]

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Creamy Rajma Aloo Masala

Creamy Rajma Aloo Masala with Roti

Creamy Rajma Aloo Masala is simple and quick side dish you can make for Chapathis. With regular Indian spices, you can make this quick. Continuing in my theme of showcasing everyday meals for Lunch or Dinner, for the final day I have a creamy Rajma Masala that I made with small Rajma Variety along with […]

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How to make Maharashtrian Amti

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Maharashtrian Amti is comforting dal spiced with the cuisine’s special Goda masala. You can serve this dal with rice or roti as well. When I picked up Maharashtrian Thali to make, I completely forgot that I haven’t made their popular Amti yet. I always thought I had already done it. So when I was planning […]

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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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