Bitter gourd in your vegetable basket -- does it sound like a turn off? Let Vicky help you fall in love with this usually despised vegetable. Sliced karelas stuffed with an aromatic filling, rolled in spices and pan fried.
If you feel bore with eating same sabzi everyday then try making koftas for a change. If these koftas are prepared with jackfruit, they'll taste more scrumptious. So, come let's make jackfruit koftas today.
Malai Kofta is a very tasty dish to relish, and it gets much better with Palak gravy. Prepare Kofta on a special occasion or if you have any guests coming, they will love this Malai Kofta with Palak gravy. So let us prepare this dish.
It's the winter season and if we get to eat Sarson ka Saag with Makke ki Roti then the feeling is just out of the world. Mustard Saag is now available in the market so get some for home. Today we will prepare Sarson ka saag.
Cashew nuts and raisins stuffed soft malai kofta and that to with cashew nuts, curd and cream gravy sound too delicious. You would love eating it even if you don’t feel hungry. Whenever you have a special occasion at your place make this mughlai malai kofta curry and surely everybody will find it tasty.
Chilly potato has become one of the most liked Chinese recipes. Kids like this recipe very much. Chilly potato can be made in two ways .i.e. with gravy or without gravy. If you prefer eating spicy food then dry or chilly potato without gravy will be your choice.
Paneer palak methi dry sabzi is a delicious recipe prepared with fresh Spinach saag, Fenugreek leaves and paneer. This tantalizing sabzi is full of minerals and proteins. If you'll prepare this sabzi with minimum spices then it'll taste even more scrumptious.
We eat vegetables and pulses almost everyday. We cook Dahi Besan Kadhi sometimes for a change in the menu. Kadhi can be made in different ways. But Pakoda Kadhi is most popular of all and is commonly made in North India. Today we will make Besan Pakoda Kadhi Recipe that you can serve with hot chapatis, paranthas, naan or rice.
You must be familiar with the taste of Sarso Ka Saag, but have you ever tried Chana ka Saag at home? You can eat Channa Saag with makka roti or wheat flour roti or bajra flour roti in winters.
Channa Saag is made with the green leaves of Channa. When the channa plant grown up, before the on set of the flower the leaves are cut from the top. These leaves are used to make Channa Bhaji and this procedure is also necessary to benefit the plant so that it flourishes well.
Dal (Pulses) are a common recipe made in homes on daily basis. They are rich in protein and Arhar Dal(lentil) is mostly found in Northern part of India, also known as Tuvar Dal or Toor Dal. We can prepare Arhar Dal in many ways. Always keep in mind few things while cooking any Dal. The Dal should not be either overcooked or undercooked, you should be able to see the each Pulse separately. Come today we'll cook Arhar Dal for the Lunch.
Gobi manchurian indo- Chinese recipe is one of the most liked recipes. Prepare it dry or with gravy, or serve it as a side dish or as snack, you will surely like this recipe incorporated with Indian spices. Let’s prepare manchurian with gravy.
Lentils(Dal) are an important source for proteins. If you make different lentils everyday then they will seem much more delicious. Whole Masoor Lentis is very tasty, so let us make it for tonight's dinner.
We have prepared Kalonji or Stuffed Bitter gourd earlier but this time we will prepare Karela Kalonji in a different way. Bitter gourds will be boiled and different spices will be added to them. This method helps in making Bitter Gourd light and soft.
Bitter Gourd has a bitter taste still we like it a lot, it is prepared in a way that its bitter taste converts into a unique flavour. If you do not prefer Bitter Gourd because of its taste, then you will surely like the boiled ones. This is because boiled Bitter Gourds are not excessively bitter while curd and poppy seeds give them a good taste and flavour.