Alfredo Pasta is a creamy comforting easy to make for family dinners. When you are running out of ideas on what to make for a quick dinner, this pasta recipe is the best and most simple to make.
The Best Poori recipe you can get to make crispy and a poori that stays puffed up for a long time.
Yellow Puri is a spicy poori made with wheat flour and besan. This is easy to make poor that you can make for any meal served with a side dish of your choice.
Cheese Masala Pav is a delicious pav topped with bhaji loaded with cheese and melted for a sinful treat anytime. This is one of the popular street foods of Mumbai.
Xacuti Aloo Stuffed Poori is a fusion poori made using the popular Goan Xacuti Curry masala stuffed and deep-fried.
Wheat Jowar Methi Poori is a deep fried Indian poori made with wheat flour and jowar flour with the goodness of fenugreek leaves.
Vadappam is a deep fried Rice poori from Karnataka made with rice flour, flavoured with cumin seeds and salt. This is traditionally served for breakfast with onion or coconut chutney.
Kuthiraivali Paniyaram is a traditional breakfast dish made with Barnyard Millet batter. This is a healthy dish as we don't use rice in making this dish.
Ajwain Puri is a deep fried puffed Indian bread flavoured with carom seeds. These are cripsy delicious pooris served with side dishes like Amritsari Aloo or Chana Masala and Boondi Raita to make it a complete meal.
Dahibara Aloo Dum, the soul food of Cuttack, Odisha. Dahi bara, made in Odia Style is served with a serving of aloo dum and guguni along with other chat toppings. It makes a perfect meal for anytime.
Kodava Thalia Puttu is an authentic recipe from Coorg. This is a steamed Rice Coconut Cake made with a batter made using rice and coconut milk fermented overnight.
Goan Sweet Buns are breakfast dish served in Goa made with maida that is fermented overnight. These are cumin flavoured and tastes excellent after fermentation.
Amritsari Aloo Kulcha is one of the most popular versions of kulchas made from the tow of Amritsar, Punjabi. The old lanes and streets of Amritsar is famous for its breads and the different dishes sold there. One would obviously not miss out to enjoy this combination of Amritsari Kulche with Chhole!
Methi Na Dhebra or Gujarati Methi Na Dhebra is an Indian flatbread made with pearl millet with fresh fenugreek leaves and spices. This is a staple gujarati dish and loved by all. Dhebra has a good shelf life as it is cooked with ghee in amount. This bread is also one that they carry while traveling.
Bihari Chana Dal Puri Recipe is a traditional Bihari style poori that is stuffed with chana dal cooked in spices. This Bengal gram dal stuffed puris are made of wheat flour stuffed with chana and deep fried.
Bengali Dhakai Paratha is a century old delicacy and is a traditional Bengali Paratha. It is a flaky layered deep fried poori made with all purpose flour having a hollow center in the middle.
Banarasi Kachori is a deep fried poori from the state of Utter Pradesh, popularly available in Banaras. These pooris are famous on the streets of Banaras and are easy to make.
Coriander Laccha Paratha is an Indian flatbread floavoured with coriander leaves spiced with green chilies and whole spices like Ajwain and Kalonji. This is a pleated and rolled out bread which turns out flaky after cooking.
Poha Idli is an instant breakfast dish that you can make for your busy mornings. If you are fond of Idlis, then this variety is something you surely must try.