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North Indian Gravies

Palak paneer(cottage cheese in spinach gravy)

Palak means spinach and paneer means cottage cheese.This is a popular North Indian dish and is famous all over the globe.As kids we were exposed to very few North Indian dishes out of it, this was one of them or can say only dish.This used to be my both the sisters favourite dish.Palak has a rich source of iron and ... Read More »

Paneer tawa masala

Paneer tawa masala is cottage cheese in tomato based gravy with aromatic spices.This is a Punjabi delicacy.I adapted this recipe from Tarla dalal which I had bookmarked few days back.I made slight changes in the recipe as per my needs.This dish tasted very nice and I had prepared Paan polo as the accompaniment  and we also had it with Aapam ... Read More »

Palakachi patal bhaji

Palakachi patal bhaji is a Maharastrian dish and I had bookmarked this  recipe sometime back when my FB friend P had posted in a food group.She had given the link of Chakali where most of the  traditional Maharastrian dishes can be found under one roof. Vaidehi bhave of  Chakali has a great collection of Maharastrian dishes.Since my hub S and me love ... Read More »

Green peas kurma

Green peas  kurma is one of  my Amma’s signature dish.This is such a tasty kurma,a must try dish.Few days back when I visited Amma’s place she had prepared this Kurma and I had shot pictures so that I could share it in the space.You may prepare this kurma using only green peas or with a combination of vegetables of your ... Read More »

Methi pitla

I was just going through my recipes books yesterday  and found this recipe of Pitla in Tarla Dalal s book  and found  very tempting.I had tasted spring onion pitla several times prepared by my bhabhi S. Pitla or zunka is a popular Maharastrian dish.Goes well with bajra or jowar roti.I love Maharastrian food very much. Methi is fenugreek leaves which has lot ... Read More »

Pumpkin koftha

Pumpkin koftha,an interesting curry prepared for the theme fest in a food group.My dear friend Nuts shared this  recipe with me and it really turned awesome.Pumpkin is the  most popular field crop cultivated around the world and has many nutritious benefits too.It is a rich source of vitamins and minerals.It also protects against many cancers.We,Konkani’s even consume its bud,flowers,leaves and ... Read More »

Tangy babycorn and paneer masala

This recipe I had to prepare in a Fb food group for my dear friend Aparans day as per her wish.We were given the  option of three simple recipes out of which we had to prepare only two.This is one among the two.As the name goes this dish was tangy and finger licking.Even my Amma liked it.Please visit her blog ... Read More »

Dahi kadi with palak bhajias

Dahi kadi with palak bhajias is a yogurt based gravy. Dahi means curds and palak means spinach.I adapted this recipe from my super chef friend Nutans blog.For more details on the recipe please check this blog.I found  this recipe few days back and was so tempted at the view,lost my sleep until I prepared it yesterday.It is indeed salivating.My kids too enjoyed this dish.This is ... Read More »

Malai koftha

Malai koftha is a rich and creamy North Indian gravy. It is a Mughlai dish with loads of dry fruits..Malai means cream and koftha means cottage cheese dumplings . Koftha’s can be prepared both, veg or non veg.It goes well with roti,paratha or any rice dishes.I love Mughlai dishes.So for those who love the Mughlai food , this is one of the ... Read More »

Shahi dingri paneer

Dingri is a kind  of mushroom cultivated in Punjab from October to March.There are different kinds of mushrooms cultivated in India and dingri is one among them.Mushrooms have a lot of  medical benefits.Some of the mushrooms are not edible,so it is advised to consume certified mushrooms.At our place my kids like mushrooms in any form.The mushroom used in my recipe here is ... Read More »