Tikkar Roti | How to make Rajasthani Tikkar Paratha

Rajasthani Tikkar aur Sabji Thali

Tikkar Roti or the Rajasthani Tikkar Paratha is a flatbread made with equal portion of Maize flour and Wheat flour. It is then spiced with spices and vegetables. These make a delicious snack or tiffin for any meal. The maize meal or the flour that is slightly coarse and yellow in colour is used to […]

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Amritsari Aloo Kulcha | How to make Stuffed Aloo Kulcha

Punjabi Amritsari Kulcha Thali

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! I already have […]

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Bihari Chana Dal Puri Recipe

Bihari Chana Dal Puri Thali

Bihari Chana Dal Puri Recipe is a traditional Bihari style poori stuffed with chana dal cooked in spices. This Bengal gram dal stuffed puris are made of wheat flour stuffed with chana and deep fried. Traditionally one serves these dal puri with rice kheer for breakfast. Since I was planning on making a thali I […]

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Prawns Curry | How to make Prawns Gravy

Prawns Gravy

Prawns Gravy / Prawns curry is a side dish made with spices cooked in onion tomato base. This gravy pairs very well with pooris and chapatis. Prawns is available only during a certain season and we mostly make it as gravy as everybody likes it with Poori. However, its again a case of one of […]

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Rontose | Konkani Rice Poori ~ A to Z Indian Pooris

Rontose

Rontose is a deep fried Rice Bread made for a leisure weekend special breakfast. This popular Konkani delicacy is served with Dalithoy, a dal made with Toor and Potato. These Rontose is also called as Rontoso or Rontus or just Rontos. The side dish served with these Rice Pooris is a dal made with Toor […]

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Moong Dal Poori ~ A to Z Indian Pooris

Moong Dal Poori

Moong Dal Poori is a deep fried Indian Bread made with a ground moong dal along with spices to make a spicy and fuss free bread. This can be enjoyed as such or with any side dish. Making pooris with stuffing blended in it is very easy as you don’t have to worry about the […]

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Elumichai Poori | Lemon Poori ~ A to Z Indian Pooris

Elumiccai Poori

Elumichai Poori is an adapted version of the Nimmu Paratha from the Parathe wali Gali of Chandni Chowk, Delhi. These parathas are stuffed with Lemon flavoured masala and fried. While making the list for my A to Z Indian Pooris, my E was blank and I kept wondering what I should make. I suddenly remembered […]

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Dudyache Wade | Spicy Pumpkin Poori ~ A to Z Indian Pooris

Dudyache Wade

Dudyache Wade are Pumpkin Pooris made both as sweet and spicy versions. Fresh Pumpkin puree is used in the dough to make these delicious pooris. When I was searching for pooris starting with D, I came across Dudyache Wade from Raksha and she had made it as sweet pooris. These are much like the Mangalore […]

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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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Yellow Moong Dal Dosa ~ 101 Dosa Varieties!

Yellow Moong Dal Dosa

Split Yellow Moong Dal Dosa is yet another way of using the nutritious moong for our breakfast or dinner. This No Ferment, quick dosa is an ideal dish to make for an easy dinner. We use pesara pappu quite frequently in our cooking as its easy to digest and quick to cook. Going by the […]

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Watanyachi Khichadi | Pathare Prabhu Peas Pulao

Watanyachi Khichadi

Watanyachi Khichadi is a peas pulao from the Pathare Prabhu cuisine using their typical sambar powder. This rice dish is more of a pulao than a Khichadi. By Khichdi, we have concluded that the rice dish has to have a lentil and the final cooked texture is gooey. So it was a surprise when I […]

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