Category Archives: Indian Recipe Tips

My Indian Kitchen

Swayampurna (Swayam) Mishra feeds her audience’s desire for authentic Indian flavors with meals inspired by her Indian heritage and her mother’s cooking—with a collection of curated recipes that are exceptionally easy and palatable for beginners. Home chefs love her easy approach to Indian cuisine, which affords them the opportunity to spice things up in the kitchen without the hassle. Creator of the popular blog La Petit Chef, Swayam keeps her food philosophy simple, “fun, fast and fabulous.” This book embodies Swayam’s outlook on cuisine and invites audiences […]

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The New Indian Slow Cooker

The newest book in Ten Speed’s best-selling slow cooker series, featuring more than 60 fix-it-and-forget-it recipes for Indian favorites. The rich and complex flavors of classic Indian dishes like Lamb Biryani, Palak Paneer, and chicken in a creamy tomato-butter sauce can take hours to develop through such techniques as extended braising and low simmering. In The New Indian Slow Cooker, veteran cooking teacher and chef Neela Paniz revolutionizes the long, slow approach to making Indian cuisine by rethinking its traditional recipes for the slow cooker. She showcases […]

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Parangikai puli kuzhambu, yellow pumpkin vatha kuzhambu

Parangikai puli kuzhambu, is the very perfectly balanced kuzhambu I would say. It lends slight sweet taste to the kuzhambu and balances all the tastes well. I generally like my vatha kuzhambu with a tiny amount of jaggery, which won’t be prominently tasting in the gravy, but just added to balance the tastes. Mom always adds a little every single time. We skip adding jaggery if we are making parangikai/ yellow pumpkin/ manjal poosani kuzhambu. Coconut is not added in the regular vatha kuzhambu amma makes. Not […]

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Guide to the famous foods of Delhi

Guide to the famous foods of Delhi Take out / take-away A guide to the most famous foods of Delhi, plus best restaurants, street food, and food tours DELHI IS KNOWN as the food capital of India. The city is famous for a variety of foods, dishes, and restaurants. You can’t miss trying the famous Delhi foods when you’re visiting. This guide covers restaurants in New Delhi, street foods, sweet foods, and some recommended Delhi food walks. I’ve lived in Delhi on-and-off for 13 years, and spent […]

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Rasam with fresh ground rasam powder

Rasam with fresh ground rasam powder, flavour from the ingredients we grind for the rasam makes it unique, special and spicy. Full video post. Got this recipe from a reader friend Pavithra Vijayaraghavan. She sent me the picture of her mom’s handwritten note which has been noted down as ‘Cook Veeraraghavan’s Rasam‘. She told the rasam powder is the key. It’s true, it was very unique flavor from the regular rasam I make. Super spicy and flavourful too. Simple ingredients. Thanks a lot for sharing the recipe […]

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Kappa kizhangu vadai, kappa vada, tapioca vada

Kappa vada recipe with easy procedure and simplest ingredients. Using small onion in the kappa kizhangu vadai adds flavour. Full video recipe. Everyone loves tapioca in my mom in law family. Tapioca is known in various names in tamil. Kuchi kilangu (kizhangu), kappa kizhangu, maravalli kizhangu. They have it boiled with salt as such. How much ever we make, it will be emptied in no time. I am neither a fan, not a hater. Whenever we get to see good quality kappa kizhangu, we buy. Vj enjoys […]

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Indian food and film festival to begin in Saudi

Indian food and film festival to begin in Saudi Indian food and film festival to begin in Saudi Wed, Apr 24 2019 08:03:21 AM Riyadh, Apr 24 (IANS): The Consulate General of India, in association with the Saudi Indian Business Network (SIBN), is organising an Indian Food and Film Festival in Jeddah. The two-day event will kick off on Thursday evening on the consulate premises on Prince Muhammad Bin Abdulaziz (Tahliah) Street. Mir Gazanfar Ali Zaki, General Secretary of SIBN, said that the fourth edition of the […]

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Indian Pressure Cooker Recipes

Learn how to become a great chef in the kitchen and impress your guests, friends, and family with tasty Indian Instant Pot recipes! This ultimate Indian cuisine cookbook is here to give you useful information as well as step-by-step instructions on how to cook perfect Indian meals using your pressure cooker. The Indian Instant Pot Offers: Basics of the most common Indian dishes and Indian foods Everything you need to know about Indian spices The benefits of the instant pot when cooking Indian food Easy, authentic recipes […]

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Jackfruit Seed Surnoli / Bikanda Surnoli

Jackfruit Seed Surnoli / Bikanda Surnoli Jackfruit Seed Surnoli / Bikanda Surnoli Surnoli is an Indian Pancake or Dosa Variety popular in Konkani Community, the Saraswat Cuisine . They are gluten free and vegan dosas that are thick, puffy, resemble an Uttapam but have more perforated holes that make it extremely spongy and light to eat. Surnolis are generally sweet in taste, with the presence of Gud or Jaggery but I have made a savoury version using dried and cooked Jackfruit Seeds or Bikand in Konkani – […]

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Mullangi poriyal recipe, radish poriyal

Mullangi poriyal recipe, radish prepared in poriyal form as an accompaniment for south Indian lunch. Tastes like cabbage poriyal. Stepwise pictures post. Mullangi is always made into sambar at home. We get large size radish here in Singapore, I used to buy it and make sambar, mooli paratha. Nowadays I get Indian small sized radish itself (white). So I buy just few for sambar and finish it off. I recently got this recipe from my reader friend Chithra Balasubramaniam. As soon as I went through the recipe, […]

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