Learn how to make a delicious and healthy aloo bhindi sabji (potato and okra vegetable dish) with this easy recipe. Perfect for vegetarians and vegans, this flavorful and aromatic dish is a staple in Indian cuisine.
This is a collection of everyday recipe ideas for breakfast, lunch and dinner for those who prefer healthy and easy cooking at home. It includes Indian vegetarian recipes, Chicken recipes, Dal recipes, Paneer recipes, Rice dishes, Pulao recipes, Egg recipes, healthy recipes for kids, snack recipes and many more.
Everyday Recipe Ideas
Panjabi Lehsuni Tadka Kadhi Pakora Recipe
Looking for a mouthwatering kadhi pakora recipe? Our blog post provides a step-by-step guide to creating this popular Indian dish. Discover the secret to perfectly crispy pakoras in a flavorful yogurt-based curry. Get ready to indulge in a spicy and tangy delight that will leave you craving for more
Kolkata Style Veg Chowmein Recipe
Looking for a delicious and authentic Kolkata style veg chowmein recipe? Look no further! Our recipe is packed with flavor and easy to make at home. Get step-by-step instructions and expert tips to make your chowmein perfect every time. Try it out today!
Green Moong Dal Recipe
Looking for a healthy and delicious Indian recipe? Try our Green Moong Dal recipe! Made with nutritious ingredients and packed with flavor, this dish is perfect for any meal. Learn how to make it now!
How to Make Homemade Mango Frooti – Summer Drinks Recipe
Learn how to make delicious homemade mango frooti with this easy-to-follow recipe guide. Perfect for hot summer days, this refreshing drink is sure to be a hit with family and friends!
Aloo Beans Sabji – Potatoes and Green Beans
This Aloo Beans sabji is a popular Indian side dish with chapatti that comes together real quick. French beans are an all-year-round vegetable that is an excellent source of essential vitamins and minerals, not to mention dietary fibers.
20+ Top Meal Ideas with Bengali Luchi
Bengali Luchi is a traditional Indian unleavened flatbread, which are rolled and deep-fried in ghee or clarified butter. A quintessential part of Bengali party menu, it is often paired with Niramish Aloo Dum, or if someone is feeling indulgent, then Kosha Mangsho or Bengali Mutton Pot Roast.