Garlic Potato Stuffed Poori ~ A to Z Indian Pooris

Garlic Potato Stuffed Poori

Garlic Potato Stuffed Poori or Lasun Aloo Poori is a stuffed poori with spicy potato made with garlic and spices. For the next alphabet in the A to Z Indian Pooris series, I had to do G and the choices were so less. I had to pick something with G, which meant Green Garlic, Gobi […]

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Mutton Roast ~ Andhra Style

Mutton Roast

This Mutton Roast Andhra Style is a delicious roast made with a ground spices and makes an excellent dish to enjoy your meal. As there is an evidence that chicken is fed more unwanted feed, we have been getting more mutton for the kids. So all the previously made mutton dishes are getting done again. […]

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Andhra Style Chicken Ghee Roast

Andhra Style Chicken Ghee Roast

Andhra Style Chicken Ghee Roast is a delicious starter that you can make for a weekend meal or as a starter for your parties. The spicy version of this roast is balanced by the ghee that’s added and overall with cashew nuts added this dry starter makes an excellent dish for your parties. Amma normally […]

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Andhra Style Mutton Curry ~ Step By Step Pictures

Mutton Gravy

A spicy Andhra Style Mutton curry that can be served along with steamed rice, biryani or with parathas for a delicious weekend lunch! This Mutton Curry Andhra Style is made in a spicy onion tomato gravy with Indian spices and is quite easy to make as well. We normally make this gravy for the weekend […]

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Choliya Poori ~ A to Z Indian Pooris

Choliya Poori

Choliya Poori is made with fresh chickpea mixed with spices and deep fried as pooris. These are so delicious and can be enjoyed as such! Green Chickpea puri can be enjoyed for brunch or dinner with your favorite side dish. When it came to the alphabet C, I had a choice of picking Coorgi Puris, […]

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How to make Palak Paneer ~ Easy Side Dish for Chapathi

Punjabi Palak Paneer

Palak Paneer is a delicious gravy side dish for chapati that can be done very quickly with Spinach and Indian Cottage Cheese and is a hit with kids. The only greens that my boys eat is Spinach and we make sure we make palak paneer at least once in 15 days. Amma already has her […]

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Nei Meen Varuval

Nei Meen Varuval

Nei Meen Varuval is a typical fish fry made with the fish variety called as the Nei Meen. With simple spices and roasting the fish, it makes a wonderful starter or a side dish for rice. We only buy Vanjaram Meen and sometimes Shankara for gravy. So when there was another variety that will taste […]

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Andhra Chicken Fry | How to make Kodi Vepudu

Kodi Vepudu

Kodi Vepudu or Andhra Style Chicken Fry is easy to make and quick one to fix on your busy weekend lunch. This uses your pantry essentials and doesn’t call for elaborate ingredients. This easy fry was something that my cousin shared with us when she visited us and we were talking about how she makes […]

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Microwave No Oil Kothimbir Vadi

Microwave No Oil Kothimbir Vadi

Zero Oil Maharashtrian Kothimbir Vadi is a guilt free savory snack made with besan, coriander leaves and spices. These can be cooked under 5 minutes and make a filling snack. For the Day 4, week 4 of mandatory recipes of BM#104 Sweets & Snacks, it’s Kothimbir Vadi from Maharashtra. While I do have quite a […]

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Pyaz ki Kachori | How to make Onion Kachori

Pyaz ki Kachori

Pyaz Ki kachori is a deep fried kachori stuffed with onions cooked in a spice mix. These are a popular snack from Rajasthan. When you check out the snacks from Rajasthan, Pyaz ki Kachori tops the list and I had to make these. While I remember I took to make the Kasta Kachori many years […]

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Matar Ki Kachori | How to make Matar Kachori

Matar Kachori

Matar Kachori is a flaky kachori stuffed with spiced matar masala. The flaky outer shell makes this an excellent snack to enjoy during Tea Time. The next snack from Rajasthan is the matar kachori where the fresh peas is ground and cooked with spices to make a spicy filling inside the flaky outer maida shell. […]

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