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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How to make Putnala Podi

Putnala Podi is yet another spice powder from the Andhra Cuisine. There are so many variations in making this podi and each one as tasty as the other. Amma always makes her version of podi and never really ventured to make other kinds as it was just me who had this podi. After marriage, I […]

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Allam Pachadi Andhra Style | Ginger Chutney for Dibba Rotti

Allam Pachadi Andhra Style is a chutney served along with Dibba Rotti. I have previously shared a version of Dibba Rotti and it gets made regularly. This yet another version is again from Amma’s Diary. I was amazed that she had a couple of these recipes and we waited forever to try them out. Off […]

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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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Tomato Pulao with Fried Bread

Tomato Pulao with Fried Bread is one of those dishes from childhood. While I have so many versions of Tomato Pulao, this one is special as I remember Amma making it this way with fried bread pieces garnished on top. Some of the pieces would have steeped inside and you have that soggy deep fried […]

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Dibba Rotti | Dibba Roti Andhra Breakfast

Dibba Roti has become one of our frequent meal to make, especially during Saturday. The recipe I am sharing today from Amma’s dairy that she had noted down many years ago. The other Dibba Rotti is made differently and after the initial introduction, this dish has become our regular. Since I realized that Hubby dear […]

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Ram Ladoo Recipe | Deep Fried Moong Dal Fritters Chat

Ram Ladoo

For the final day of Street Food, I picked up something at the last moment, something I have been seeing around the blogosphere, very differently called the Ram Ladoo, from the streets of Delhi. The first time I had a proper look at it, I was quite skeptical about why this is called a ladoo, […]

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