Vegetable Pulav

Veg Pulav-Spiced Rice with mix veggies  A foolproof-quick recipe. You will always achieve a great result.  Ingredients 1 cup of long grain basmati rice. 1 medium sized carrot (diced) ½ cup of diced cauliflower ½ cup of green peas 1 small potato diced 1 large onion, thinly sliced ½ inch ginger finely chopped(optional). 1 ½…

Kaashifal ki Sabji-Pumpkin Bhaji

Kashifal Ki Sabji Kashifal -the sweet golden pumpkins of India are of two types, first being raw and second fully ripe,  both types of kashifal are prepared  exactly by same method. The dish doesn’t require water as it will release a lot of moisture.  But if you are looking for a soft texture like my…

Mater Paneer

Mater Paneer or Paneer with fresh peas Paneer Masala is one of the most easy and simplest Recipe made from paneer. The recipe can have many variations like what you will find in my post of Chandni Paneer or Cashew based paneer masaala and many more. Fresh peas are seasonal to the recipe and it…

Daal Tadka

Dal tadka is a yellow dal cooked with onion, tomato, ginger, garlic and flavored with generous amount of tempered ghee and spices. Any Indian Meal is incomplete without this mouth watering preparation of daal. A standard Indian Thali comprises of Daal, Sabji (green vegetable), rice, yoghurt, pickle and chapatti.  This recipe of dal tadka is…

Turnip Kofta Curry

Longing to get back with recipes but can’t find enough time to manage everything. My classes along with family and blogging too. Trying to stretch and fit in all, but sometimes things take a back seat and its my recipe posts that gets the last place (sadly…) . But now its front seat again and…

Naan Bread with Chandni Paneer

Originally posted on Indian Vegetarian Cooking:
Masala Base with onions, whole spices, cashew and coconut milk With every dish I cook in our cooking sessions I emphasize on learning the base sauces.? Indian cooking has never been taught in Culinary Schools, it is taught by our families confined to the home kitchens, hence it has…

Sarson Kaa Saag

The favorite dish of Winters is Sarson Ka Saag, at least in Northern India where Mustard grows abundantly in winters. It is a crop that gives us the aromatic seed of Black Mustard and our native seed oil –Mustard Oil / Sarson Ka Tail. But it is not only that it is popular for, it…

Gunjia Making Ceremony

Our Annual Family Tradition for making these beautiful #gunjiya (puffrd pastries) However simple it looks, it has extreme difficulty level. Especially the category of pastry dough that my Dad agrees upon (super tight texture) has extreme difficulty in rolling🙌😅😉. According to him, if you make loose dough then it’s easy to roll but the end…