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

Chicken Curry- Dhaba Style

Oh this divine chicken curry is spicy, hot, aromatic made with ground spices, onions, tomatoes along with few more ingredients are just perfect for lunch or dinner & taste good with chapati, paratha, steamed or zeera(cumin) rice. This type of curry is usually served at Dhaba’s  in Northern region of India. Dhaba’s are usually roadside… Continue reading Chicken Curry- Dhaba Style

Aloo Tamatar Ki Sabzi/ Potato Tomato Curry-Indian Style (No Onion, No Garlic)

Aloo tamatar ki sabzi is made in many ways & everyone has their own take on this curry. This curry recipe which I am sharing today is normally made in Northern part of India  on occasions like marriage, puja, any small occasions or even as a regular meal curry & served along with pooris, parathas… Continue reading Aloo Tamatar Ki Sabzi/ Potato Tomato Curry-Indian Style (No Onion, No Garlic)

Boondi Ki Kadhi/ Crunchy Chickpea Puffs in Spicy n Tangy Yogurt Curry (No Onion, No Garlic)

Boondi kadhi is delicious, vibrant looking tangy, yogurt curry with boondi along with the seasoning of curry leaves, cumin & fenugreek seeds, dry red chili and few other dry spices. This curry is quick to make as compared to Kadhi Pakoda/Gram Flour Dumplings in Yogurt Gravy (No Onion, No Garlic). It taste best when paired with… Continue reading Boondi Ki Kadhi/ Crunchy Chickpea Puffs in Spicy n Tangy Yogurt Curry (No Onion, No Garlic)

Arahar ki Dal/ Yellow Split Peas-Classic Indian Lentil Curry

Arahar dal (split pigeon peas) is one of the most popular Indian dals served at home and also one of the most comfort food at my home as well :). In cooking there is no ” one right” way to cook or flavor each dish. Each family has their own way to cook dishes using… Continue reading Arahar ki Dal/ Yellow Split Peas-Classic Indian Lentil Curry

Yellow Thai Curry with Vegetables

I love Thai curry may it be green, red or yellow and esp when it has a lot of veggies as it adds to the taste and crunching to the curry. While selecting veggies prefer most mild tasting vegetables as they will work well with this curry. I have decided to use carrots, baby corn,… Continue reading Yellow Thai Curry with Vegetables

Egg Fried Rice (Indo-Chinese)

Egg fried rice is a popular Indo-Chinese dish and a great hit with kids and adults as well ;). This dish is super easy, quick and healthy. Egg fried rice goes well with some side dish like Manchurian, chili paneer or chili chicken. I use a lot of veggies while making this dish like capsicum,… Continue reading Egg Fried Rice (Indo-Chinese)

Kamal Kakdi Aloo ki Sabzi/Lotus Stem & Potato Curry (No Onion, No Garlic)

Kamal kakdi aloo ki sabzi is a lip smacking brownish-yellowish curry made with crisp and fibrous lotus stem along with potatoes. The juicy slices of lotus stem are pressure cooked along with few Indian spices till soft and taste best with hot chapatis or zeera rice. I have so many childhood memories associated with this… Continue reading Kamal Kakdi Aloo ki Sabzi/Lotus Stem & Potato Curry (No Onion, No Garlic)

Kadhi Pakoda/Gram Flour Dumplings in Yogurt Gravy (No Onion, No Garlic)

Kadhi is our all time favorite dish and everyone in the family simply love this delicious combo of kadhi-rice. This dish is made with deep-fried gram flour (besan) fritters, which are simmered in slightly spicy and sour yogurt gravy tempered with ghee/clarified butter, cumin seeds, methi along with nice aroma of coriander & curry leaves.… Continue reading Kadhi Pakoda/Gram Flour Dumplings in Yogurt Gravy (No Onion, No Garlic)

Puliyogare/Tamarind Rice

So here I am again with one of the famous rice recipe from Southern India. Tamarind rice is also known as Pulihora is tangy, mild spicy, flavorful rice tempered with roasted peanuts, lentils and few other ingredients. This rice dish is a staple of all South Indian festivals and also most often served as a… Continue reading Puliyogare/Tamarind Rice

Palak Aloo Curry/ Spicy Pureed Spinach with Potatoes

I have half box of palak leaves left which we get from Costco and it was getting expire after a day and I was wondering how to utilize it as I was our of paneer/cottage cheese as well ;), then I remembered my maternal grandmother used to make delicious palak aloo gravy. I tried her… Continue reading Palak Aloo Curry/ Spicy Pureed Spinach with Potatoes