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North Indian Gravies

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 »

Dum aaloo

Dum aaloo is a classic  North Indian dish prepared with baby potatoes with rich tomato based gravy.It is best served with rotis. Recipe adapted from: Nita Mehta Ingredients: Baby potatoes-20 Onions-3 Ginger-1/2” Water melon seeds(magaz)-3tbsp Cashews-12 Tomatoes-3 Garam masala powder-1tsp Kashmiri chilly powder-1tsp Coriander powder-1 tsp Rice flour -4tsp Ghee-3tbsp Coriander  leaves-to garnish Salt – to taste Sugar-a pinch Method: ... Read More »

Sarson Da Saag

Sarson da saag is best served with Makki di roti.Sarson means mustard leaves.This is a typical Punjabi dish.Makki di roti and sarson da saag is mostly prepared during winter. Ingredients: Sarson (mustard leaves)-1kg Spinach-250gms Turnips-2 peeled and chopped(optional) Garlic-3-4flakes Ginger-2” piece Greenchilli-1 Salt-to taste Makki ka atta (maize flour)-2tbsp Jaggery powder-1 ½ tsp Temper: Ghee-3tbsp Green chillies-2 finely chopped Ginger-1” ... Read More »

Kadai Paneer

 Kadai means Indian wok and paneer means Indian cheese.Kadai paneer is a spicy dish with rich tomato  based gravy.Paneer is made from milk and it is a good source of calcium.Most of the kids and adults  love it. Ingredients: Paneer-200grams Onion-1 (paste this) Ginger garlic paste-2tsp Tomato puree -2 tomatoes Coriander powder-1tsp Turmeric powder-1/4tsp Cumin powder-1/4tsp Garam masala powder-1/4 tsp ... Read More »