Ghugni | Bihari Style Peas Potato Gravy

When I was doing the Mega BM on Indian Regional Cuisine, for B I had so many dishes short listed with the help of my Bihari colleague. However as I was doing a series on Indian Bread, I had to drop out quite a few of them. Many got bookmarked and left for posterity.However when […]

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Urulai Gobi Korma | Aloo Gobi Subzi

There are times that call for quick dishes. And one must plan in such a way to present the same dish in a different way. This is what I have learnt when it was time for quick dishes to make, with the same ingredients and yet please the folks to assume its a new one. […]

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Kaju Curry | How to make Vegetable Kaju curry

For the second day of cooking from bookmarked recipes, I have yet another one from Amma. Kaju Curry is quite a popular and much sought out gravy in the restaurants. Since I do not like cashew nuts, I have never ordered this myself. However I have seen my cousins always ordering this and enjoying, while […]

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Bedmi Chana Ki Sabzi | How to make Bedmi Chana Ki Sabzi

Since my menu already had one Aloo Subzi, plus the fact that I had soaked Kabuli chana, the subzi changed into Bedmi Chana Ki Sabzi. Now don’t ask if such recipe actually exists, it does now!I regularly make it a point to add Amla to our Chana for added benefits, you can ignore if you […]

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Aloo Sabzi | How to make Aloo Sabzi for Poori

Aloo Sabzi Recipe For Poori or Chapati is a basic sabzi recipe made with diced potatoes and an easy dish to prepare with basic ingredients available at home. This version of Aloo Sabzi can be served with stuffed pooris or regular pooris and parathas as well. Learn how to make Aloo Ki Sabzi with these […]

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Aloo Mutter Masala | How to make Punjabi Aloo Matar Gravy

Aloo Mattar Masala

Aloo Mutter Masala is a delicious gravy dish mostly prepared for Rotis and Pooris. However I was once attempted to make these for Appam after a chance eating of this served with Appam. Tantalizing aroma was sneaking out of the hot box that was laid on the table. When I peeped in, saw some rich […]

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