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Indian flatbread stuffed with lentils, sugar and coconut is called Puran Poli. It's really tasty and can be enjoyed anytime during the day.
Puran Poli (Holi Snacks) - Indian Flatbread Stuffed with Lentils and Coconut
I really enjoy South Indian food and sometimes make Dosa's at home. They are so yum..a bit of work to make batter from scratch but so worth it.
How to Make Dosas at Home
Learn how to prepare Dosa and Idli Batter at home. All you need for the batter is Rice (any kind is fine...don't be stereotypical and go for idli rice only.), Urad Dhal, ..
How to Make Dosa- Idli Batter at Home- Fermented (Healthy) Food ideas
Creamy rice based Indian dessert which is easy to make and liked by all.
A delicious vegetarian version of kofta curry prepared with pumpkin.
One of the best dishes that I love preparing in my slow cooker is Dal Makhani. I cook Lentils in bulk and then fry them as required.
How to Make Dal Makhani in Slow Cooker-Indian Lentils Curry
A traditional Indian snack made nutritious with the addition of protein and calcium-rich ingredients-chick peas and mint, which helps in the development of healthy teeth ..
Chick Pea Tikkis (Protein and Calcium Rich for Pregnancy) by Tarla Dalal
Organize an outdoor lunch-dish up hot bajra rotis and serve with khandeshi dal-they make an amazing pair.
Khandeshi Dal by Tarla Dalal
A traditional mithai that everybody has a reason to likesome for the taste, some for the goodness of doodhi and milk, and some for the warm feeling it instils on a rainy ..
Doodhi Halwa by Tarla Dalal
Traditional sweet prepared with sesame seeds!
Til Ladoo (Sankrati Special)
Til Chikki or gachak is a Sesame Seeds Brittle (Sesame Seeds Candy) made using jaggery, coconut, dry fruit of choice and Sesame Seeds.
How to make Til Chikki- Sesame Brittle (Makar Sakranti Special)
Learn how to make Peanut chikki at home which is a popular Indian snack during winter months and specially during Makar Sakranti.
How to Make Peanut Chikki (Peanut Brittle) - Makar Sakranti Special-Indian Sweets
Til Ladoo (Sesame Seeds Candy) is a popular Indian Sweet enjoyed during winter months especially during festival of Lohri and Makar Sakranti.
How to Make Til Ladoo - Indian Sweets (Lohri Special)
This pungent accompaniment will surely tease your taste-buds.
Pudina Chutney (Mint Chutney) by Tarla Dalal
A classic recipe from a by-gone era that continues to rock the charts! Replace sugar with jaggery in your daily diet wherever possible to get enough iron.
Jaggery Malpuas by Tarla Dalal
A wonderful dessert that can be prepared in minutes. It does not require much advance preparation, and can be whipped up even at short notice.
Rava Sheera by Tarla Dalal
Khaman Dhokla is a Gujarati fast food made with a fermented batter of chickpeas.
Famous Gujarati Instant Snack - Khaman Dhokla
My mommy's not so secret recipe, a blend of red chillies, cumin, pepper, turmeric, ginger and garlic simply ground together with salt and oil.
How to make a Red Masala Paste
This is a classic beverage made during summers. It is sweet sour with a touch of spice. This recipe makes use of mint as well, so it gives a very refreshing feel.
Tangy Sweet Aam Panna for a Refreshing Relief
Gujia is a traditional sweet dish that is made in all North Indian household during festivals, it is an absolute must in Holi but is also prepared in other festivals.
This is my Mom's (and my Mom's Mom to be precise), fish curry recipe. Fish, typically Rohu or any other cat fish is shallow fried and simmered in mustard curry.
Filter coffee is popular in Tamil Nadu and several homes prefer to make this instead of using the instant coffee powder.
Filter Coffee Using Traditional Filter
Created for Green Valley Organics by Pam Anderson, who along with her daughters, blogs at threemanycooks.com.
Chickpea-Chicken Tikka Masala
This is a simple to prepare churma made with ghee, wheat and sugar as the only ingredients. The dish can be made flavorsome and a little nutty by adding almonds and ..
Aate Ka Churma
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