This Chilli Paneer recipe is quick and easy to make, and perfect for parties and quick weeknight dinners! Serve it with fried rice and you will have a delicious Indo- Chinese flavor inspired meal in few minutes. We, at India, love paneer and anything loaded with Indo-Chinese flavors. Chilli Paneer is the perfect combination of these two crowd charming favorites. After all, who doesn’t like a delicious bowl of chilli paneer for snacks or for dinner tucked inside the crispy paratha? Ohh yes! The chili paneer makes an excellent stuffing for the quick weeknight chapati/paratha wraps. And that is probably one of my favorite ways to use the leftover chili paneer.
This Egg Curry is simple, quick to prepare and requires few basic ingredients. It is an everyday comfort food. On certain busy weekdays, the manageable egg curry and the paratha to accompany the spicy, soupy gravy masala sounds like a nice idea. Egg Curry is on our weekly menu whenever we are short of vegetables/lentils/chicken or there is nothing planned for the dinner. I like to call such dinners as egg curry night. When there is nothing fancy on the menu just the everyday egg curry with crisp, flaky paratha. For me, the plain, steamed basmati rice is also a good choice of side dish to be served with egg curry.
Kadhi Pakora is an ultimate definition of homemade comfort food. The simple and unique flavors of this Indian curry never fail to impress. There are different versions of prepared across India. Every regional cuisine has its own take and twist to the Kadhi Recipe. Punjabi Kadhi Pakora is one such regional kadhi recipe influenced by the flavors of Punjabi Cuisine. But whatever be the Kadhi Pakorae recipe Kadhi Pakora has always been the most popular Indian dishes. Served with the steamed rice, jeera pulao or chapati Kadhi Pakora is one of the best gluten free curries recipe.
Baby Potato Curry is one of easiest and delicious potato curry recipes. Does it win your heart over even more if I tell you it takes less than 30 minutes to make? You can call it a cheat dum-aloo as well. The taste and the gravy are very similar to that of dum aloo sans any cream or tomato. If you are a serious potato lover than I am sure you would love this baby potato curry. Do we love potatoes? We – as a family is for sure a potato lover. And that explains delightful, unique potato recipes on the blog such as – Pahadi Aloo Paani, Bombay Potatoes, and Aloo Ke Gutke.
Many communities in India follow a strict no onion no garlic diet regime. The reason for following this particular diet regime is mainly religious but nowadays many people avoid onion and garlic due to certain health related issues. It is not an easy task to plan an everyday menu without using the two key flavor ingredients – onion and garlic. As most of the Indian Curries revolve around the paste of onion and garlic. Even for tempering the side dishes onion and garlic are the most commonly used herbs. It is challenging to think about a delicious food without onion and garlic but not impossible.
We are sharing with you 10 No Onion No Garlic Recipes that can be prepared on a routine basis and are so good in taste. These curries and side dishes are easy to prepare, full of flavors and far from boring. I am sure these no onion no garlic recipes will add a lot of variety to your everyday menu.
Matar Paneer is the ultimate comfort food. It is one of those Indian curries than can be devoured during any time of the year. And for the nation that is obsessed with local cottage cheese aka paneer, matar paneer is one of the most loved curries. It compliments all kinds of Indian bread – flat, deep-fried, baked and almost all variety of rice dishes. This Matar Paneer Recipe is definitely worth bookmarking as it is super quick to prepare. Why? Because it’s done in the pressure cooker.
In India, food is an integral part of our culture. In fact, it is our second religion. And we make sure that we practice it seriously. Three full meals a day is the food ritual that we usually follow in our routine life. These full meals are the combination of curries, seasonal vegetables, dairy, protein and of course the desserts. For many, this seems like a hell lot of food, but this is our everyday meal, cooked with love and affection by the ladies of the house. And like many others, this is the story of my Indian plate too. It is full of flavors, colors and above all tales to tell. The tales about those bold curries, the stories of seasonal vegetables and the various farm elements on the plate. It is not that simple to decode the story of an Indian plate.
When we talk about one-pot rice meals, lemon rice is one of our favorite ones. Needless, to say we have been introduced to this delicious rice casserole during our stay in South India. And ever since then, it is a regular repeat in our weekly lunch menu and in his office lunchbox. I don’t even bother to learn the right way to serve lemon rice. For the love of a good elumichai sadam, I can enjoy it during any hour of the day with a bowl of chilled raita. If I am not too lazy, will serve quick potato roast with the lemon rice. Else, for me, it is good to go on its own.