Kalmi Vada | How to make Rajasthani Chana Dal Vada

Kalmi Vada

Rajasthani Kalmi Vada is a typical tea time snack which is deep fried chana dal vada with onions, spices and served with green chutney, and tea. This snack is double fried by cutting the regular circular vada and ends up being oblong or long sticks. This is same as the South Indian Masala Vadai, except […]

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Mulai Keerai Masala Vadai

Mulai Keerai Masala Vadai

Mulai Keerai Masala Vadai is an addictive Masala Vada made with chana dal and greens. This is a popular evening snack in Tamil Nadu. I am not sure about other places, I have only seen it in Madras. So my knowledge of this snack being available elsewhere is zero. I have seen it being sold […]

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Sabudana Vada | How to make Sago Vada

Sabudana Vada

Sabudana Vada is a popular deep fried Maharashtrian snack made with Sago and Potato and spices. This makes an interesting evening snack or you could serve it for breakfast. However, if you ask me I would never make it for breakfast as this vada is quite heavy and oily. Sabudana or Sago is a common […]

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Cabbage Vada | How to make Cabbage Vadai

Cabbage Vada

This Cabbage Vada is a version of regular vada made with a mixed lentil batter, spiced with other ingredients and makes a wonderful evening snack. When I had decided on making Vada Recipes for this week, I wanted to pick up something easy to make, yet different as I was doing a tougher theme on […]

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Zafrani Kofta Coconut Pulao

Zafrani Kofta Coconut Pulao

Zafrani Kofta Coconut Pulao is a layered pulao with vegetable kofta and browned onions. This surely makes a wonderful dish for a weekend special lunch. Its been a wonderful month long cooking for the Biryani / Pulao/ Khichdi Festival. I started cooking only by March and I wasn’t sure if I will be able to […]

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Chak Angouba | Manipuri Vegetable Pulao

Chak Angouba

Chak Angouba is the Manipuri Style of Vegetable Pulao that uses mixed vegetables and simple spices. This Veg Pulao is their staple food and prefers to use black rice than normal white rice. Chak Angouba uses herbs like Chives, though you can use spring onions to substitute. If you are going to use the regular […]

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Amritsari Wadi ki Biryani

Amritsari Wadi ki Biryani

Amritsari Wadi ki Biryani is a spicy biryani made with spices along with Wadi or Wadiyan. These wadis are sun dried lentil dumplings from the state of Punjabi. When I was preparing the list, I remembered that I had bookmarked some recipes from Vaishali and on checking, I decided to make this Amritsari Wadi Biryani. […]

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Aloo Palak Poori | How to make Potato Spinach Poori

Aloo Palak Poori

Aloo Palak Poori is a deep fried Indian Flatbread that has the spinach puree and potato blended with spices to the dough and kneaded, deep fried as pooris. I love all stuffed pooris and masalas blended to the dough and these make delicious pooris that can be packed for lunch. This aloo palak poori can […]

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Cauliflower Aloo Stuffed Paratha

Cauliflower Aloo Stuffed Paratha

Cauliflower Aloo Stuffed Paratha is an easy stuffed Indian Flatbread that is an ideal dish to pack for your Kids Lunch Box. Konda likes to carry parathas for her lunch box and I decided to stuff the parathas with grated Cauliflower and Aloo with spicy masala so that I could simply pack curds and pickle […]

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Hariyali Paratha | Methi Multi Grain Thepla from Gujarat

Hariyali Paratha

Hariyali Paratha is a healthy gluten free version of thepla, with the goodness of greens and the spices added makes it a filling and satisfying meal anytime. I was planning to make either a roti or a poori with complete greens, however, when I had checked my recipe index, I realized I have made all […]

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