Indian Food, Indian Recipes, Recipes for Simple Indian Food ~ Recipe Index

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By Dish Type:

Indian Basics, How to make, Basics for Indian Cooking

Indian Dal Recipes | Vegetarian Indian Recipes with Lentils

Indian Lunch Box Recipes, Lunch Boxes for Work, Lunch Box Special, Lunch Box Series

Sambar, Kootus, Kuzhambu and Rasam Recipes

Side Dish for Chapathi / Roti / Poori / Pulka

Side Dish for Idli / Dosa / Appam | Simple Side Dish for Dosa / Idly | Indian Side Dishes

Paneer Recipes | Easy Paneer Dishes

Payasam Varieties | Payasam Recipes | Kheer Recipes ~ Indian Festival Food

Over 150 Deep Fried Recipes

Over 70 Easy Chutney Recipes | Tiffin Chutneys, Chutneys for Rice, Roti and Chats

Evening Tea Time Snacks

Recipes with Step by Step Pictures

By Occasion:

By Diet Type

Bachelor Cooking
Diabetic Menu
Kid Friendly Dishes

By Cuisine

Indian Cuisines

East Indian Cuisines
North Indian Cuisines
South Indian Cuisines
West Indian Cuisines

By Cooking Method

Indian Microwave Recipes

Indian Non Vegetarian Dishes

Egg Dishes, Chicken – Starters, Gravies and Rice

Mutton Recipes – Starters, Gravies and Rice

Indian Seafood Recipes – Fish and Prawn Recipes

Memories and Miscellaneous

Menu Planner

Misc n Memories

Diabetes and its management

Cooking from Cookbook Challenge

Indian Cooking Challenge

Events Hosted

Sometimes you just need to see for yourself to know how far you have come!
It took me couple of emails that landed in my mailbox asking for similar requests, got me into thinking that maybe my Recipe Index is not being used much. Though I have always been on the outlook to get an automated tool to do this for me, a person who always thinks of creating tools to automate process, finally decided that I like going through the list each time I update the Index.
I won’t say I update the list right away as soon as the post is published, which would actually be great. I do try my best though. On the other hand, I found that creating an Index is an on-going project! Next, on my do to list is to upload pictures in thumbnails for you to enjoy the list. Hope I will do it soon.
Yes, my cookbook work is going on snail pace, but I wanted to track the recipes that I have blogged in both my blogs. Hence spent considerable time in just getting this list out, hoping it would help the many who land in here in the pursuit of Happiness..:)
All the recipes are mostly simple Indian everyday dishes that even a novice would find it easy to handle. If you have tried something and have feedback on it, please do share it with me. I have tried my best to categorise the recipes and always been eager to know which category sounds interesting to my readers.
My quest has always been to learn different cuisines, but also to put my home recipes featuring Rayalaseema Cuisine, including my own interpretation of the South Indian Cuisine on the Road Map. So the majority of the 550 recipes that I have blogged feature these. So “By Cuisine” list is still not updated and lacks lot from the other wonderful cuisines that I want to try.
Anytime in the individual list, clicking on the Back to the Main Index will bring you back to the Main List.
I hope you stay back to enjoy!


  1. I understand it is loads of work, but definitely a very useful one. Will be going thro' and most certainly trying when I find anything different from a recipe I use even if it is only a negligble ingredient. Kudos to you.

  2. Shobha Nagendran said…

    Hi Srivalli,

    I was googling for Andhra Style sambhar powder receipe and reached your blogsite. Must say you have done a wonderful job!

    I am shobha from Bangalore, India. Artist and advertising person.

    Have a great day!

    The Short (dis)Order Cook said…

    I am officially impressed! I could eat for a year with all of these recipes! Thanks for stopping by my blog and leading me here!
    8 July, 2008 6:17 PM
    Rachana Shakyawar said…

    Hi Srivalli,

    You just commented my blog
    "Humming Today"..Thanks so much!

    I sometimes also try my hands in cooking and your blog shall help me surely to make gud South-Indian Cuisine. Thanks so much for your link. I will have a party this wekend for sure..

    Celebrate Life..
    15 July, 2008 6:00 PM
    raaji said…

    thanks srivalli for dropping by… have quite a big list
    15 September, 2008 9:22 PM
    raaji said…

    thanks srivalli for dropping by… have quite a big list
    15 September, 2008 9:22 PM
    ANJALI J. said…

    Wow, Sri.. i just saw this recipe menu of urs.. u have got huge collection here..
    16 October, 2008 12:34 AM
    Adlak's tiny world said…

    WOW SRIVALLI such a wonderful blog u have and so many varieties of food items u got.

    also conducting so many melas it seems. I m new blogger and also want to take part in yr mela. Can u guide me how to post my recipe to yr contest.
    17 October, 2008 7:02 PM

  3. Sorry deleted these comments by mistake!
    Vaishali said…

    Wow, Srivalli. This is a real treasure trove.
    10 April, 2008 9:47 PM
    Srivalli said…

    Vaishali, thank you…glad you went through and found it interesting
    12 April, 2008 12:40 PM
    TBC said…

    Good lord, Srivalli! You have quite a collection of recipes here. It took me some time to just scroll thro' 'em! 😀
    4 June, 2008 4:46 AM

  4. Sharmi said…

    My God Sri, so many recipes. Hats off to you. hoping to see many more during the coming years.
    19 November, 2008 12:46 AM
    Jaya said…

    OMG! such good collection of recipes…Great Going dear..
    hugs and smiles
    21 November, 2008 2:10 PM
    Srivalli said…

    Thanks for dropping by friends!
    13 December, 2008 10:56 PM
    Pallavi said…

    This is wonderful! First time here, but it looks like I'll have to keep coming back to keep track of everything.
    7 January, 2009 2:46 AM
    Anita said…

    Hi Srivalli… as someone has already mentioned this really is a treasure trove :-)… I found out your collection while searching for a spicy chicken biryani recipe which I am planning on trying out today…
    there are so many recipes to try out… am gonna enjoy doing them… thanks for sharing all of these…this is an amazing collection…
    20 February, 2009 7:45 AM
    pss said…

    Yummy! Srivalli! Now I can finally try some of these wonderful preparations in my new kitchen!
    22 April, 2009 9:17 PM
    jeeni said…

    Srivalli, this is cool you have got an excellent collection of recipes…i am completly new to this world of cooking and i find it amazing… its fun to try out new dishes…and it feels great when people say its superb! i am going to try out your recipes..thank you 🙂
    28 April, 2009 6:22 PM

  5. Very comprehensive listing of authentic indian recipes. You could have a different meal every night for a year with all these recipes.