Parsi Style Masoor Daal

The other dish that I made with Vaghareli Khichri was this Masoor dal, parsi style. I made Tareli Vengna ni pori as a side as well. Though Hubby Dear didn’t like the Brinjal much, I enjoyed it and the over all experience of serving all these three dishes was good.  Though I had planned some more elaborate […]

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Vaghareli Khichri | Parsi Khichri

For the final day of cooking under Parsi Cuisine, I am sharing their style of making Khichri. I had made all these dishes for lunch and was planning on sharing together. However I ended up sharing it separately. This was our vegetarian lunch and Hubby dear loved the Khichri.  Though the method sort of looked […]

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Khamiri Roti, Dal Makhani from Uttar Pradesh

When it came to Uttar Pradesh, I was again debating what to choose from. I already seem to have made some that belong to this rich cuisine. This state has two very rich cuisines, Awadhi cuisine and Mughlai cuisine. Both as one can see, has such rich and popular dishes belonging to it. The dum […]

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Dhansak ~ a dal mismash!

With the rain lashing out on the window sill, the occasional speeding vehicles racing away, the only other sound I can hear right now, is my own keys notes and the ceiling fan. Not really an ideal way to pass a Saturday night right. But then Dhansak has kept me awake. You wonder what it […]

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Sindhi Dal, Aloo Took ~ Sindhi Meal with Dal and Aloo Tuk

We are starting the third week of Blogging Marathon Edition 28. I decided to take up Sindi dishes and thought long and hard on the dishes I should be making. I decided against the regular ones and wanted to try some really difficult ones. I also decided to refer my cookbooks rather than the online […]

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Masoor Dal Tadka | Tarka Daal Fry with Masoor Dal

For the second day of cooking under 30 mins meal, I wanted to make something with Masoor dal. When I was first introduced to this dal a decade back, I was first taken in by its colour, then by the fact that after being cooked that beautiful colour is lost. My initial reaction was that […]

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Mixed Dal Kabab | Indian Lentil Kebab

For the second day of Kebabs, I have a mixed dal that ended up so wonderful. Since I am planning on attempting at all methods of cooking a kebab, today is a deep fried kabab and it works out perfectly fine as a starter. I am still fervently searching for new recipes rather than the usual […]

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