Wondering how to cook Rajma in Instant Pot? Don’t worry I have you covered with this step-by-step detailed kashmiri rajma recipe using Instant Pot or Nutricook Smart Pot Eko. Both of these electronic pressure cookers are equally good in converting pressure cooker Indian recipes for smarter cooking. This Instant pot rajma comes together without standing for long hours while stirring the pot. All you need to do is saute and prepare the gravy, dump in the soaked kidney beans or rajma and let the electric pressure cooker do its job.
This niramish mochar ghonto is a classic Bengali recipe where the banana flower or banana blossom is peeled and cooked into a dry stir-fry. This mochar tarkari is served with rice and is consumed at the beginning of the meal. Mocha r ghonto is a Bengali niramish tarkari, i.e. it is a no onion and garlic dish. Hence, a completely vegetarian side dish from Bengali cuisine.
This easy paneer manchurian recipe is a keeper of a recipe if you are a fan of Indo-Chinese cuisine, as well as Paneer. Here, fried pieces of paneer are batter fried and then tossed in a thick, sweet & sour gravy. This paneer manchurian dry recipe is perfect for snacking with drinks or to be served as a side to fried rice or noodles and a gravy side dish.
This Kumro Bhaate, also known as ‘kumro bhorta’ is a simple Bengali side dish where kumro or pumpkin is cooked till soft and tender and then mashed with a couple of ingredients. This kumro bhate recipe is mostly served with rice for a lunch meal and is consumed at the beginning of the meal.
Kanchkolar Khosa’r Ghonto or Kanchkola’r Khosa Bata is a unique Bengali side dish where the peels of green banana or plantain are smashed and cooked into a pate. This is mildly spicy and is usually served with rice. This kanchkolar khosa bata recipe is an excellent example of how Bengali cuisine often turns discards and wastes into a delicacy.
This chana dal parantha recipe is yet another amazing Indian stuffed parantha recipe that has a spicy filling of cooked chana dal or Bengal gram. It is one of those quick breakfast recipes which pack a punch. Chana dal or Bengal gram, as we know, is extremely nutritious and is an excellent source of plant-based protein.
This Ol Bhaate, also known as ‘ol makha’ is a simple Bengali side dish where elephant foot yam or suran is cooked till soft and tender and then mashed with couple of ingredients. This oal bhate recipe is mostly served with the rice for a lunch meal, and is consumed in the beginning of the meal. Like most of the Bengali daily cooking recipes, it is simple, hassle-free and easy to digest recipe.