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.
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.
Khasta Goja or flaky Bengali sweets where layers of pastry dough are cut into small pieces and deep-fried till beautifully golden brown before dipping in syrup. This goja misti is often made on special occasions and festivals for its long shelf life and quite easy procedure. All you need is some flour, shortening like ghee and oil to fry before dipping them in simple sugar syrup.
Sweet Boondi or Mishti Bonde is a very popular Indian sweet where small fritters made with chickpea flour is dunked in sugar syrup. It is vegan (if not fried in ghee or clarified butter), gluten-free, dairy-free, nuts-free Indian sweet dish, very popular during Indian weddings and festivals.
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.
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.