This Bandhakopir Tarkari, also known as Bandhakopir Dalna is a winter season’s cult classic Bengali veggie side dish. Bandhakopi or cabbage is finely sliced and then stir-fried with a couple of potatoes, grated ginger and spices. This niramish bandhakopi dalna tarkari is vegetarian and gluten-free.
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We all love Chole Bhaturey or Chickpea Curry from the nearby street food joint. In North India, it is almost worshiped as the ‘King of all Breakfasts’! How about making this national comfort food of Chana Masala recipe at home? It is actually easier than imagined! Here I have shared way of cooking Chana Masala in 2 ways! ‘Coz you never know what you crave for, right? So, bookmark this recipe and try it whenever you crave for some Indian restaurant style Chana Masala
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This Stir-fried Okra or fried Bhindi recipe is a simple yet delicious vegan side-dish recipe which pairs well with hot-off-the-griddle chapatis or Indian Rotis. Bhindi or Okra is a very popular summer vegetable in India and hugely preferred by those who prefer vegetarian meals.
Punjabi style Chana Dal recipe is a perfect spicy side dish to go with Naans or Chapatis for a hearty weekday meal. It is absolutely easy to put together and the ingredients for this recipe is pretty much pantry staple. This Channa Dal is mildly spicy but comes with a garlicky tadka (tempering) of fried cashew and foxnuts which adds to the oomph of this dish.
This Mint Coriander Chutney Dip or Green Chutney as we like to call is like ‘man friday’ of all meals. It instantly jazzes up any boring meal with lip-smacking deliciousness. All you need is a bunch of fresh mint leaves and coriander leaves (or cilantro) and some basic spices to make this no-cook green chutney sauce.