Cabbage Kofta | Chana Cabbage Koftas in Gravy

It seem like a long time since I made something from our cookbooks. Today’s recipe is again from Amma’s dairy that she had written a long time ago and was saying we should make it sometime. I always love kofta recipes and with cabbage it seems like a perfect dish to make for Chapatis. The […]

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Mixed Vegetable Manchurian | How to make Manchurian Balls

For the second day of making Combo Dishes, I ended up making Fried Rice with Manchurian Balls. I am not sure what made me assume I hadn’t done a mixed vegetable Manchurian. But I ended up thinking I haven’t and went full on making plans for it. Sometime back I had even asked Vaishali about […]

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Aloo Paneer Kofta Curry Recipe ~ Weekend Cooking!

Last weekend when I made the Tomato Pulao in microwave, I was thinking what should be done as the side dish for the pulao. Hubby dear doesn’t like just Onion raitha being served along with the pulaos as they hardly ever spicy. So a spicy gravy is what he expects most times. Normally with the […]

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Plantain Paneer Kofta Curry!

When I think of Crow, I always remember couple of incidents. First, as I have already mentioned, when Konda was about 2 to 3 years old, a Crow would always come in the mornings and keep crowing for her. It used to fly away only after she goes and shoos it away. Many years later, […]

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Plantain or Raw Banana Kofta Curry ~ Curry Mela!

The morning was quite chill and it only had me snuggling against the twins again. I was already late and I had to get things ready for Konda. She was leaving early to school as she is participating in a program, where she is the angel. Amma bought her a grown more than a year […]

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Peas Kofta Curry

Peas are such interesting things to find in a pulao. Though the season brings in lot of the fresh ones, I somehow don’t like to bite on a fresh one. It gives feeling of kacha which somehow doesn’t go well with taste for me. So I always preferred dried ones. Best of these would be […]

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