MENU
Prawn Koliwada -Amchi Mumbai spicy fried Prawns

Prawn Koliwada -Amchi Mumbai spicy fried Prawns by Sonali Pradhan

Prawn Koliwada is a spicy Fried Prawn dish, relished as a starter in restaurants , can also be a star appetizer of your party. In contrary to the popular belief that this dish originated on the Konkan coast, it is actually a dish originated in the Sion fishing village, or koliwada in Mumbai by a north Indian immigrant from Punjab.…

1 vote
7382 views
Christmas Cookies-Kulkuls

Christmas Cookies-Kulkuls by Paul Anderson Lumen

Christmas Sweets in India

1 vote
6436 views
Amritsari Fish- A popular street food of Punjab

Amritsari Fish- A popular street food of Punjab by Sonali Pradhan

Amritsari Fish, a delicacy originated from Amritsar, Punjab is also a popular street food sold in the streets corner of Amritsar. This is an easy fried fish dish cooked in minutes with the readily available ingredients from your kitchen. Serve this as an appetizer for your cocktail party or side dish for your main course. I prepared…

1 vote
4741 views
Easy Vegetable Manchurian

Easy Vegetable Manchurian by sanjeeta kk

A regular weekend treat for my kids, vegetable Manchurian is healthy and filling at the same time. Though a bit time consuming and laborious, but for sure is worth an effort. The vegetable balls can also be steamed and added to the gravy to avoid excess oil, the real taste is in the fried version.

1 vote
2250 views
Kesari (Semolina Indian Sweet)

Kesari (Semolina Indian Sweet) by Navaneetham Krishnan

Fragrances of ghee, nutmeg and saffron, pleasurable to the tastebuds.

1 vote
3825 views
Curry leaves Valakkai Poriyal (Plantain Chips)

Curry leaves Valakkai Poriyal (Plantain Chips) by Navaneetham Krishnan

A lovely crispy-crunchy accompaniment for rice or snacking.

1 vote
1989 views
Stuffed Bitter Gourd Fry

Stuffed Bitter Gourd Fry by Paul Anderson Lumen

Something Different

1 vote
2893 views
How to Make Perfect Puri/Poori

How to Make Perfect Puri/Poori by Hina Gujral

How to make perfect Puri is no secret mantra, all it requires is bit of practice. Puri or Poori is renowned Indian puffed bread. These plump, spherical deep-fried breads are native of Indian sub-continent. The culinary tour of the by-lanes of old cities is never considered complete without enjoying Puri dipped in piping hot bold…

1 vote
2111 views
Aamras Puri

Aamras Puri by pshinde2109

Aamras Puri is very demanding in Maharashtra.Summer occasions are celebrated with Aamras and puri or puran poli.Alphonso mango is very special from Maharashtra and is used for Aamras.

1 vote
2290 views
Samosa

Samosa by Aparna Anurag

2 votes
2783 views
Vegetable Pakora

Vegetable Pakora by Aparna Anurag

Pakoras are created by taking one or two ingredients and dipping them in a batter of gram flour and then deep-frying them. When onions, on their own, are prepared in the same way, they are known as onionbhaji. A version of pakora made with wheat flour, salt, and tiny bits of potato or onion (optional) is called noon bariya (nūn=salt)…

1 vote
1787 views
Fried Masala Brinjal

Fried Masala Brinjal by Navaneetham Krishnan

fried round bite sizes; juicy and tender inside and packed with quite a crunch outside.

1 vote
1136 views
Pudina/Mint Chutney

Pudina/Mint Chutney by Navaneetham Krishnan

mint leaves for the cool fresh taste, yoghurt for the natural tinge and that bit of spiciness from dried red chilies.

1 vote
1598 views
Eggplant Stir Fried With Curry Leaves & Saffron

Eggplant Stir Fried With Curry Leaves & Saffron by Navaneetham Krishnan

tender eggplant pieces enhanced with saffron, chilies and ginger, also scented with curry leaves and cumin seeds.

1 vote
1804 views
Gluten Free Masoor Dal Cutlet Recipe

Gluten Free Masoor Dal Cutlet Recipe by Hina Gujral

Gluten Free Masoor Dal Cutlet Recipe is a satiating party appetizer or teatime snack with crisp exterior and soft kebab like texture underneath. The term cutlet defines a flat croquette of minced meat, nuts, or pulses, typically covered in breadcrumbs and shaped like a veal chop. There are no second thoughts about cutlet being not…

1 vote
1252 views