Aloo Bhindi Sabzi | How to make Aloo Bhindi Sabzi

Aloo Bhindi Sabzi is one of those simplest side dishes you can make for your working lunch. It’s quick to make and goes so well with rotis. While I have tasted this many times, I never got around making it until I planned this Punjabi Thali sometime back. Since then I have made just this […]

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Dhaba Style Dal Fry

Dhaba Style Dal Fry is a delicious dal made with a mix of dals. When I was planning the Punjabi Thali, I decided I would pick a dal, since I have already shared some couple of Dal Fry, Takda Dal, I had this in my collection of dals, that I have collected over the years. When I was going […]

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Matar Paneer Masala

Matar Paneer Masala is one of the most delicious rich gravy you can make with the season’s best fresh peas and paneer. When I planned for the Punjabi Thali, I thought I must include this gravy as I wanted two paneer dishes and Paneer Butter Masala was for the kids and I felt including peas […]

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Amritsari Aloo | How to make Punjabi Amritsari Aloo

We are starting the third week of BM Mega Marathon, themed on Cooking Carnival. I have picked up 1 Ingredient for all 26 days and the subtheme for this week is going to be Side Dishes / Gravies I initially wanted to do this theme for the fourth week. Somehow the planned dishes for the […]

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Paneer Tikka Recipe 4 | How to make Paneer Tikka

For the final day under BM#48, Say cheese, I had planned to make something with Paneer. However the dish that I had in mind was not fully developed and time was running short and I simply gave up thinking further on it and decided to make this simple, yet delicious Paneer Tikka. I know I […]

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Makki Ki Roti, Sarson Ka Saag, Carrot Halwa from Punjab

My love for all North Indian food started with Khana Khazana a very popular TV show hosted by Sanjeev Kapoor. We got introduced to many cuisines that were unknown to us, and experienced right in our cuisine. As it is wrongly assumed by the others, who think Indian cuisine is all about Punjabi Food, we […]

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K for Kabuli Chana Masala

Channa Masala always reminds me of lazy Sundays and even more relaxed day that follows. There was a time when on waking you can actually sit out and enjoy the serene early morning, with cool breeze touching your cheeks and you fill you don’t want anything else at that moment. Life is perfect and it […]

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A for Aloo Batura

We are starting a special Blogging Marathon this month. When we did our mega Marathon during April, it was fun and no sooner we finished, there was a general wish to do it again. So we all took polls on what we might want to do and everybody settled with a theme to do ABC […]

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