Lemon Chicken Curry Recipe
Whenever I hear the words “Lemon Chicken”, I automatically think of the character - Debra Barone from Everybody Loves Raymond. Inspired by this dish, I have created my own delicious, Indian curry version of “Debra’s Lemon Chicken”. This flavorful dish is a great addition to any Indian meal.
Paneer Tikka Masala Recipe
Paneer Tikka Masala is a very well known Punjabi dish found on almost every Indian restaurant menu. It is such an easy recipe, you can make it at home anytime you wish. Paneer is a mild cheese with a firm texture. It is a non-melting cheese which makes it perfect for cooking so try this dish soon.
Beetroot Saar Recipe
A “saar” is a typical Maharashtrian soup usually made with a dal or lentil base. It has a more broth-like consistency. A saar is usually served as part of a complete meal rather than as a separate course. My Beetroot Saar is delicious, flavorful & has a gorgeous color to boot. Do try it soon :-)
Dali chi Bhaji Recipe
Dali chi Bhaji or usal (Stir Fried Moong Dal) is a tasty & easy to prepare dish that’s packed with protein. This healthy Maharashtrian recipe can be eaten for breakfast, as a tea time snack or as a part of any delicious Indian meal. This dish is pure vegetarian, vegan, low carb & gluten free too.
Naralachi Vadi Recipe
My Naralachi Vadi or Naralachi Burfi (Indian Coconut Fudge) is simple to make, moist & full of delicious yummy coconutty goodness. if you are a big coconut fan – then this is the perfect recipe for you. Eating coconut is also good for your health (in moderation, of course), so try this recipe soon!
Mirch ka Salan Recipe
Mirch ka Salan is a delicious vegetarian dish from the South Indian city of Hyderabad, located in the state of Andhra Pradesh. “Mirch” is the Hindi word for spicy chili pepper. Traditionally, this dish is spicy - but feel free to make it using your favorite chili peppers or even bell peppers.
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