Onion Curry Recipe

In most of the Indian curries, we use onions as an important base ingredient for flavor and taste. But have you thought of using them as a main ingredient for the vegetable dish?

For those who don’t know, you can surely make use of onions to prepare the Onion Curry.

If you’re bored with other vegetables, I think you must try out this curry recipe. It’s a great alternative to our Indian veg. curries.

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White Pulao Recipe

Whenever there is a rice or oil related commercial on TV, you’ll notice that they often display White Pulao along with several other dishes.

Well, the color combination of rice and vegetables looks so fresh and beautiful that you just can’t resist the temptation. You gotta have this Pulao in such advertisements. It’s almost a norm in ads world these days!

Coming back to the kitchen, White Pulao or sometimes known as Plain Pulao is a completely vegetarian dish. However, you may also prepare it with Non-Veg. food items as per your taste.

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Shevayachi Kheer Recipe

Shevayachi Kheer is a very simple and easy to make Maharashtrian/Goan delicacy. It’s generally made with the combination of Vermicelli noodles and full-fat milk.

It is also known as Sheer Khurma, Seviya Kheer, Dudh Shemai and Semiya Payasam in different languages and regions of India.

For those who don’t know, Shevayachi Kheer roughly translates to Kheer made of Shevaya i.e. Vermicelli.

In most Hindu communities, it’s prepared as Prasad/Prasadam during auspicious festivals like Ganesh Chaturthi, Navratri and Vrat fasts. Muslim communities also savor Sheer Khurma during the holy month of Ramadan and Eid celebrations. It’s truly a symbol of unity in our diverse culture.

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Kadhi Chawal Recipe

Punjabi food culture is known for its spicy curries in all over the world. Nowadays, you won’t find many Indian restaurants serving authentic regional food without Punjabi touch.

That’s how this culture has influenced our traditional food in the modern era!

Having said that, Punjabi people don’t actually eat such food all the time. They also enjoy less spicy food in their daily lives.

And one such delicacy is Kadhi Chawal!

This combination of Kadhi (an Indian term for curry; not to be confused with vegetable curries) and Chawal (steamed rice) has been a great alternative to Dal Chawal, Sambar & Rice and similar dishes prepared in other parts of India.

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Karela Fry Recipe

Bitter Gourd (Karela) is one of those veggies that make people turn their heads away. This is also an important reason why you won’t see it on most of Indian restaurants’ menu.

There are some Karela recipes, though, that you can try and enjoy at your home, but I don’t think it’s possible to prepare them on regular basis.

For instance, Bharwan Karela takes a lot of time and requires unhealthy ingredients to reduce the bitterness.

So today, I’m going to share a simple and easy to make Karela Fry recipe.

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Best Vegetable Chopper in India

Do I even need a vegetable chopper in my kitchen?

I’m sure you must have asked the above question to yourself on numerous occasions.

Well, it can be a very useful kitchen tool, especially if you’re not well-versed with knife skills. It also helps in saving your time during busy kitchen hours.

Many professional chefs use such tools to get perfect results each time. Otherwise, it’d be difficult to replicate same shapes, patterns and designs for large scale preparations.

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25 Different Types of Parathas for Vegetarians

Many Indian food joints serve different types of stuffed parathas to fulfill the demand of each customer. And even though the preparation method of these parathas is very simple and common, you will never find same taste in two different varieties.

Talking about the varieties of parathas, I think we should be thankful to the person who’s invented the method of stuffing such delicious ingredients in bland dough balls.

This simple trick has made foodies like me go crazy for the stuffed parathas, which has also helped dhabas and thelas in bringing more innovative parathas to the serving tables.

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Malvani Fish Curry Recipe

When you’re travelling from Mumbai-Goa highway, there is one thing you should definitely try out for lunch or dinner i.e. Malvani Fish Curry.

You will find several restaurants serving this delicious curry with different varieties of fish found in local sea water.

If you don’t like restaurant food, you can simply halt at someone’s place to enjoy this non-vegetarian curry dish. The residents of this region know how to cook the perfect Malvani curry, and you’ll never be disappointed by their fresh fish preparations.

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Awale ka Murabba Recipe

Awale ka Murabba is a typical Indian dish that comes under the category of preservable foods. Usually, it is enjoyed with Thali dishes in lunch, but you can also serve with simple Roti or Chapati.

For those who don’t know, Awala is known as Amla in many parts of this country. It is also called as Indian Gooseberry in Asian markets across the world.

If you want to make Amla Murabba at home, get ripened Gooseberries from the market. These berries will have slightly less sour taste, which will help you reduce sugar quantity in the recipe.

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How to make Tandoori Roti in Electric Tandoor

Tandoori food has a long history in India’s traditional cuisines, and it goes well beyond thousands of years in the past.

Although it would be difficult to say who brought this technique in our food culture, Mughals did play a vital role in transforming Indian food. Kebabs, Tikkas and Rotis would have been very difficult to make without the proper use of Tandoor pots.

I could be wrong in these assumptions, but it’s quite fascinating to imagine the evolution of our cooking methods in past centuries.

In today’s era, we’re still innovating these methods with new tools like Airfryers, Electric Tandoors, Gas Tandoors, Ovens, etc. And I’m sure this food evolution will continue to take place even after next thousand years.

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