Jeera Rice | How to make Jeera Pulao

Jeera Rice

Jeera Rice is one of those staple rice dishes I end up cooking very frequently. While this is very much like the ghee rice, including different whole spices makes this different each time you make. Packing Kids lunch box is one of the most tiring tasks I do every week. When it was only Konda’s […]

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Til Khoya Chakli | Sesame Brittle

Til Khoya Chakli is a winter sweet made during the Lohri in North. I was planning on making a burfi and kept procrastinating until the last moment. Then suddenly realised I might as well make a brittle after remembering my recent caramel making. So it turned out to be Sesame Brittle. I love brittles and […]

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Simla Mirch Aloo Gobi Sabzi ~ Side Dish for Rotis

Simla Mirch Aloo Gobi Sabzi is a simple and easy to make the side dish for roti. With the winter setting, we get fresh cauliflower and capsicums. I know these days all the vegetables are available through the season. However, I have always associated cauliflower with winter. We have carts that sell huge fresh cauliflowers […]

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Punjabi Aloo Ki Sabzi aur Puri

We are starting the fourth week of BM # 68 Mega Marathon themed on Cooking Carnival and I am doing 1 ingredient 26 days. I also ended up having a subtheme with the main ingredient Potato and for this week, I will be focusing on Breakfast dishes. The dish can either be a gravy or […]

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Shahi Paneer Masala

For the second day of Smooth Gravies, I have a Shahi Paneer Masala. You know I can’t complete this series without a paneer in tow right. This is a gravy I cooked as I went on when kids asked for a new version of their favorite paneer. I started without an idea on how differently […]

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Sonth ki Chutney ~ Chutney for Chat

Sonth ki Chutney is a tangy delicious chutney served along with Fried Palak ki Chaat. When I decided to make Fried Palak Ki Chaat, I had to make the Sonth Chutney. I enjoy making all the Imli Chutney, Hara chutney for the Chats and mostly make in huge batch so that I could make a […]

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Chole Kulcha | How to make Chole Kulche ~ Delhi Street Food

We are starting the last week of BM#62, with Street food as the theme. I love Street food and especially the chaats. Even though I love street food, I haven’t actually indulged in those much. My exposure has confined to the tours we have taken and not in my own city.  Street food literally refers […]

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Palak Paneer without Tomato ~ No Tomato Recipes

I have a phobia or rather a setback, in that I can’t imagine a gravy without onions or tomatoes. when I sat thinking about it, I realized that I do make those gojjus that are typical of Andhra cuisine where either tomatoes are not added or sometimes onions are not added. Apart from that, if […]

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