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.
This baby potato or choto alur dom is a grand recipe in its own ways. On one side it is a simple recipe that calls for absolutely pantry staple ingredients, yet this choto alur dom only seldom makes an appearance on the everyday menu. The preparation of these baby potatoes may look elaborate, but in the end, it is absolutely delightful to have these curried small potatoes served with luchis or porotas.
This is a discussion post where I will be listing out the tips & tricks on how to make homemade yogurt using fresh milk
This fresh Methi Paratha recipe is a celebration of fresh fenugreek leaves which flood the farmer’s market in winters. My easy and soft methi ka paratha recipe is a dump-knead-roll-fry kind of recipe. Simply mix everything and knead it into a tight dough before rolling and frying the paranthas. Piping hot methi saag paranthas with a hot cup of tea are what I want for a comforting lunch in the bone-chilling winters of North India.
Aloo Methi is a simple vegetarian Indian side dish where fresh fenugreek leaves are stir-fried with potatoes and mild spices. Also popularly known as aloo methi sabji, this is usually served with some dal and chapattis or rice. This simple aloo methi recipe is a vegan, gluten-free, nuts & dairy-free dish which incorporates the nutritional benefits of season’s fresh methi leaves or fenugreek leaves.
This Masoor Dal Pulao is an excellent plant-based one-pot dish for those who are looking for vegan and gluten-free rice dishes. Here, red lentils have been cooked with some basmati rice and veggies to give you a wholesome meatless rice meal. To make life easier, I am sharing the masoor pulao recipe – the instant pot version.
Pindi Chole or Pindi Chana Masala is a dry preparation made using chickpeas or garbanzo beans. Hailing from the area in and around Rawalpindi, a city in erstwhile Punjab in undivided India now in Pakistan, this pindi chole recipe is somewhat a speciality of this region. It is dark brown in colour, with no or very little gravy and is often served with bhature or kulchas.