One of the iconic street food dishes from Delhi, the capital city of India, this Matar Kulche recipe will surely win your heart. Absolutely delicious, spicy and brings back the memories of enjoying it from a street-side vendor. The dried peas or matar, as we call it in Hindi, are soaked for a couple of hours before cooking them till soft and mushy. Next, all you have to do is mix all the spices and chopped veggies to get the perfect Delhi street style matar kulcha recipe.
Bengali Mutton Keema Aloo Matar Recipe
This Keema Aloo Matar recipe in Bengali style is perhaps one of the most repeated recipes on our weekend menu. It is relatively quick, easy and requires only few pantry-staple ingredients which most of the Indian kitchens have. In the end, you get a delicious mutton keema recipe cooked with potatoes cut in cubes and season’s fresh peas.
Potage St. Germain | Fresh Pea Soup Recipe
Potage St. Germain is a french green pea soup which has season’s fresh peas along with a couple of other vegetables and a base of Bechamel sauce, which makes it creamy, hearty and delicious. Here, I have modified the way of making this green pea soup by cooking the vegetables in a pressure cooker and then bringing everything together in a pot.
Shobji Diye Arhar Dal – Toor Dal Recipe with Vegetable
This Toor Dal recipe with seasonal vegetables is a hearty and delicious stew which includes the goodness of lentils and veggies in one dish. Whatever bits and bobs of veggies you have in your vegetable basket, you can combine them into this delicious split pigeon pea curried stew, that can be served with rice or any other flatbread of your choice.
Koraishutir Kochuri Recipe | Bengali Style Peas Kachori
This koraishutir kochuri recipe in Bengali style is a winter special dish, where a spicy filling of peas is filled and stuffed inside the dough before rolling them into deep-fried flatbreads known as kochuri or kachoris. Often paired with spicy potato curry called aloo dum or cholar dal, it makes an indulgent meal fit for the king.