Grilled Paneer Bhurji Sandwich

Paneer bhurji sandwich is healthy protein rich recipe and is super quick to serve in breakfast or as snacks. I have shared the recipe of paneer bhurji in my previous blog post, check here Paneer Bhurji/ Scrambled Indian Cottage Cheese. This sandwich is the best way to use leftover bhurji or you can make stuffed paratha’s… Continue reading Grilled Paneer Bhurji Sandwich

Paneer Bhurji/ Scrambled Indian Cottage Cheese

Paneer bhurji is healthy, vibrant looking dish goes well with with roti, naan, paratha’s or even with toast and can be served for breakfast, lunch or dinner. This recipe is a dry version of paneer, made with crumbled paneer along with few Indian spices and require very few ingredients. I usually cook this extra so… Continue reading Paneer Bhurji/ Scrambled Indian Cottage Cheese

Sprouted Moong Dal Salad

Sprouted moong dal ( green gram lentil) salad is a tasty, healthy salad recipe packed with nutrients and low in calories. This salad can be served in breakfast or along with lunch or dinner. Though it is said that raw sprouted form is much more nutritious than the cooked version, but we make both the… Continue reading Sprouted Moong Dal Salad

Tomato Rice

Popular South Indian style rice preparation is super quick to make. It is made using very minimal ingredients yet palatable. This flavored rice has a tang from the tomatoes, aroma of curry leaves and crunch of dal. This is a one pot hearty meal that can be enjoyed with curd/ raita, papad, pickle and can… Continue reading Tomato Rice

Tandoori Chiken(Oven Baked)

Tandoori chicken is one of our most favorite dish esp over the weekend along with chilled beer 😉. My husband loves this dish and I love cooking this for him. The flavor infusion and the lovely crust from the marinade is sensational. Indian tandoori chicken is actually very easy to make at home in the oven.… Continue reading Tandoori Chiken(Oven Baked)

Palak Murgh/Spinach & Chicken Curry

Palak murgh/chicken curry is a delicious yet healthy recipe in which chicken is added to the silky-smooth spinach purée along with few Indian spices. This curry combines all the benefits of spinach(rich in vitamins, minerals, protein & low-fat) & deliciousness of juicy chicken. You can substitute the chicken with paneer/tofu or potato to make a… Continue reading Palak Murgh/Spinach & Chicken Curry

Gatte Ki Sabzi/Chickpea Flour Dumplings In Yogurt Curry

Gatte ki sabzi is a traditional dish from the state of Rajasthan, India. In this curry, gatte/chickpea flour dumplings are boiled and then simmered in a yogurt based tangy curry. This is flavorful & vibrant looking dish, taste well with chapati or steamed rice. I love trying traditional Indian recipes from different states and like… Continue reading Gatte Ki Sabzi/Chickpea Flour Dumplings In Yogurt Curry