Category Archives: Indian Recipe Tips

Kathirikai rasavangi recipe, brinjal rasavangi

Kathirikai rasavangi or brinjal rasavangi recipe with chana dal and fresh ground spice mix makes it really flavourful and delicious. Same recipe can be adapted to other vegetables like poosanikai. I have posted poosanikai rasavangi which my father in law shared what he remembered. Mom’s version was different which I remembered and have been asking her n number of times and forget. I wanted to try her version but since I wanted to try it out with brinjal, out of laziness kept postponing. Brinjal is not a […]

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South Indian paruppu recipe

Simple south Indian paruppu recipe, a mandatory simple dal which is part of south Indian menu on festival days, elaborate south Indian lunch, had with nei (ghee). How many of you love the paruppu with generous nei (ghee/ clarified butter) we eat as a part of south Indian lunch? It is super simple that I never thought I will post as recipe, that much simple. But have got many request to post it as it’s not known by other region people. This is super simple recipe that […]

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Raw mango chutney recipe, Sweet, sour, spicy

Mango chutney recipe to go with paratha, papad, sandwiches. Spicy, sweet, sour and salty with flavourful spices added. Step by step pictures post. I love the mango chutney they serve with papad in some north Indian restaurants, though I have not tasted many, just few times. But majorly, I had a doubt about it it was good or gone stale. May be the vinegar in the chutney was the one bothering me. I wanted to try it out at home. Since it’s mango season now, I thought […]

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Indo-Chinese food fest

Indo-Chinese food fest Prakriti Kandel April 10, 2019 With five outlets all over the Kathmandu, Bawarchi is popular for its Indian food. But lesser known is the Tangra Chinese cuisine that the restaurant also offers. At the Tangra Chinese fest in Bawarchi at Baber Mahal, you can now go Indo-Chinese in style. The Tangra region in East Kolkata was famous for its Chinese migrant settlement since the British days. Tangra‚Äôs cuisine thus evolved to become an amalgamation of Indian and Chinese taste, much like Pernakan is an […]

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Garlic pickle recipe, poondu oorugai

Garlic pickle recipe with lemon, spice powder and very less oil. Super easy procedure with full video, stepwise pictures. Just need 5 days to get ready and goes well with curd rice. My mom in law told me this recipe 3 years back, which I typed in a notepad and kept. But somehow not convinced to try. I have not tried garlic pickle at all earlier. Big no for store bought pickles, except for a very south Indian stylish lemon pickle if I see, I pick for […]

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8 South Indian breakfast dishes that are bad for you

8 South Indian breakfast dishes that are bad for you [br][br] Bengaluru: India is a land of diverse cultures each having their own set of myriad cuisines. South Indian food such as dosa and idli have long been popular as a weekend breakfast option for many in the country. Light, low on calories and delicious, these dishes are also touted to be quite healthy. However, that may not be quite true. According to fitness experts, having rice-based dishes as the first meal of the day is an […]

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Five Famous & Mouthwatering Desi Dishes

Five Famous & Mouthwatering Desi Dishes Five Famous & Mouthwatering Desi Dishes Five Famous & Mouthwatering Desi Dishes 0 Disclaimer: This Blog might make our readers hungry and drool. India is a land of Spices and rich Ingredients infused with love. Each and every state has its own speciality. You can come across lip-smacking dishes Fromany part of the country be it North, South, East and West. Indian Cuisine has made a name for itself all over the world, crossing borders and spreading love through its food. […]

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Indian Cooking Unfolded

Love Indian food but feel it’s too daunting to recreate at home? Those complex authentic flavors! Those dozens of spice blends! The long prep time! Fear not. Award-winning cooking teacher Raghavan Iyer puts the breeze and ease into Indian cooking. Taking a heavily illustrated, step-by-step approach, he introduces cooks to one of the world’s most popular cuisines. With his natural charm and enthusiasm, Raghavan begins each chapter by explaining the recipe choices, what techniques are included, and a suggested order in which to approach the recipes. The […]

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