Andhra Style Chicken Gravy with Step By Step Pictures

Andhra Style Chicken Gravy

Andhra Style Chicken Gravy is a spicy gravy made with chicken, coconut milk and a variety of spices. This gravy tastes equally good with both with ghee rice or chapathi. Over the years, we have prepared different versions of Chicken gravies. Each reflecting the moods and habits of the person eating that period. There are […]

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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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Mutton Biryani with Step by Step Pictures

Mutton Biryani - Weekend Special

Seeraga Samba Mutton Biryani is yet another version of Mutton Biryani using the fragrant short grain Rice popular in Tamil Nadu. In this version, a variety of whole spices and herbs are used to make this one pot meal. I have another version of Mutton Biryani using Seeraga Samba Rice made in different ways, using […]

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Rajasthani Moong Ki Dal

Rajasthani Dal

Rajasthani Moong Ki Dal is one of the simplest dal that is very light and so very easy to cook. This makes a wonderful side dish when you plan a feast featuring Rajasthani Khanna. While simple Moong Ki Dal / Pesarapappu Kura is very commonly made at home, when Vaishali suggested I make this for […]

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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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Chettinad Sauteed Sweet Potato

Chettinad Sauteed Sweet Potato

Chettinad Sauteed Sweet Potato is a dry stir fry made with boiled sweet potatoes in a mix of spices that make it get to just snack on or as a side dish. Sweet Potatoes are delicious just boiled. We mostly enjoy it as such, though during growing up I remember mixing sugar and enjoying as […]

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Easy Brinjal Curry | How to make Vankaya Kura

Brinjal Curry

Brinjal Curry makes a lovely side dish for a mild biryani or a pulao. This easy Brinjal curry is made with just handful of ingredients that works out very easy to make this Brinjal Curry in no time. While packing lunch boxes, during the weekdays, the important factor is always about how quickly you can […]

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Besan Wali Bhindi | How to make Stuffed Lady’s Finger

Besan Waali Bhindi

Besan Wali Bhindi is a stuffed Lady’s Finger with Besan and spices prepared little spicy to pair with Dal and Rice. This stuffed Bhindi makes a delicious side dish with Roti or Rice. I made this Besan Wali Bhindi for my Rajasthani thali a little more spicy than expected as I was pairing it with […]

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Paneer Gatta | How to make Paneer Gatta Sabzi

Paneer Gatta Sabji

Paneer Gatta is a twist on the popular Gatte ki Subzi from the Rajasthani Cuisines. In this gravy, paneer is added along with besan that makes it rich and extra soft. So this dal and paneer dumplings are steamed or fried and served in a yoghurt sauce. Traditionally this gatte ki sabzi is prepared with […]

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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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Dhal Puri | How to make Dhalpuri Roti

Dhal Puri

Dhalpuri roti is an Indian Inspired flatbread from Trinidad and Tobago. This flatbread is stuffed with seasoned ground split peas. Dhal Puri can be eaten as such or with a chutney. Though this is called a puri, it’s pan cooked paratha. I came across roti when I was reading on Trinidad for regular BM and […]

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