Bisi Bele Bhath

Bisi bele Bhath : A traditional Karnataka dish made of rice, tuvar daal(lentil), vegetables and variety of spices! It’s a wholesome meal on its own. Recently we saw “Raja, Rasoi aur Anya Kahaniyaan” on Netflix. One of the episodes was on the food originated from Mysore palace, Karnataka. According to the show bisi bele bhath…

Dal Fry

Dal fry is a very popular dish to be served in all the Indian restaurants across the world. What is Dal fry? Basically its a Indian lentil soup. There are different ways you can make Dal fry.  Traditionally, Dal fry is made with mixture of various dals/lentils like toovar dal, chana dal, urad dal, yellow…

Paneer Bhurji

Paneer Bhurji is a very simple yet very tasty dish. Usually its served with roti or parathas. You can probably make it similar way, you are making egg bhurji if you eat eggs. I made a tiny bit variation to that recipe.  I like to put tri-colored peppers for colorful look and for crunch factor…

Aloo Bhatura

Aloo Bhatura Have you tried these soft, fluffy and delicious Aloo bhaturas? You must try it if you haven’t. In my family, we prefer aloo bhaturas over regular bhaturas. They are easy to make and no need to rest the dough. The best part of this aloo bhatura is that they do not get chewy…

Chole Bhature

Chole Bhature Who doesn’t like Chole Bhature? We love this staple dish from Punjab. It’s usually the breakfast or snack dish in Punjab but it’s a complete meal on its own and I can eat it as any meal of the day. I’m always ready for some delicious choles. My all time favorite chole is…

Dum Aloo

Ingredients: 15-20 very small baby potatoes Onion – 2 medium size or 1 cup finely chopped Tomatoes – 3 big and juicy ones Ginger-garlic paste – 1 tsp Salt as required Cashew nuts – 7-8 Oil for shallow frying potatoes  Spice Powder Kashmiri red chilies (6) Ginger powder (1/2 tbsp) Fennel (saunf) (1 tbsp) Coriander…