After a long week of festivity and over indulgence of sweets and mouthwatering dishes, it’s time to mellow down and eat something healthy which is packed with nutrients. Today’s recipe is just that, we are making Veg Soya Kheema or Queema, the key ingredients used is obviously Soya. If you want to give it an authentic kheema feel then you have got to use Soya granules. Soak the soya until soft and then cook them in a thick tomato and onion gravy, enhance the flavor by using homemade masala, add to the richness by adding paneer and then use little bit of more butter or ghee…totally optional. Slow cooked Veg Soya Kheema is ready to be served. Do try this recipe and enjoy!
If you’ve been to Amritsar then you must have seen in every nook and corner a dhaba or a eating joint, which serves Plain and stuffed Kulcha. Amritsar is no doubt the food heaven that serves all and any kind of Indian breads, from plain to stuffed, you name it and you’ll get it. Today we are focusing on one of the many plain stuffed bread that is stuffed Amritsari Aloo Kulcha. The dough is made with flour and baking powder, kneaded to a soft dough and then laminated and layered with butter or ghee, this steps gives the kulcha it’s layers and texture. Stuffed perfectly with seasoned potatoes stuffing, and then cooked on a tava over directly flame until soft and crispy. Served with Pindi Chole or just plain curd and pickles. Do try.
Indian curries are worldwide famous. Almost every country in the world has Indian restaurants cropping up by the day. But somewhere in the entire hustle bustle the authentic taste of all signature dishes is lost. So if you are looking to get the authentic dhaba style paneer recipe, then let’s get back to the basic and begin from here, today’s recipe is of Paneer Masala. Soft marinated paneer, tossed and slightly warmed, slow cooked with aromatic blend of spices in rich tomato based gravy. Try making this dhaba style paneer dish and bring back the Magic.
Anyone who is living in India is well aware of the famous Indo-Chinese dish called as Gobi Manchurian. This is a dish which caters to our Indian palate and also allows our vegetarian friends to enjoy Indo Chinese cuisine at its best. This is a simplistic different take on the regular Manchurian dishes, goodness of the crispy deep fried cauliflower florets tossed in light soya and red chilli sauce gravy, thickened just enough to coat that each and every juicy gobi florets and served hot with a slight sprinkle of fresh spring onions green. Yummy to the core. Let’s quickly make this insanely delicious dish at your upcoming party..full on restaurant style.
Who ever said making Lasagna is a tedious process and time consuming…I guess they are right, but i would also like to say that once you see this video you at least won’t fret and make an honest attempt. The uniqueness of this recipe is absolutely nothing is store bought even the lasagna sheets are homemade. Learn the trick and technique to make the pasta sheets, make soft dough with simple staple with flour, salt and oil. Make the filling with fresh vegetables and Italian spices. Assemble the lasagna with layers of marinara and white sauce, pasta sheets and veggie and loads of cheese. Cook until the lasagna is soft from inside and crispy and cheesy from the outside.
Looking to make something tasty and quick for your kids, then here is a kid friendly recipe which will always be a big hit with kids. Stuffed Macaroni pasta, homemade veggie sauce stuffed in macaroni shells, and tossed with homemade pasta sauce. Lightly flavored and packs a punch. Whether tossed or stuffed, pasta makes a healthy family meal and it’s quick to make. So there is no need to slave away in the kitchen, make this pasta and enjoy a happy meal with your kids and family.
India is so diverse and so is the Indian Cuisine, where ever you choose to go every region has its own unique food and even unique preparation technique. Today we bring you something flaky, something crispy and something super tasty it’s none other than authentic Lachha Paratha it’s also widely known as Warqi Parotta. This Indian flaky bread is multi layered, made with flour and pan fried with loads of ghee. This particular recipe comes with a twist of pudina or mint flavour. Lets begin!!!
Are you looking for some comfort food during the long cold winter nights or are you just in a mood for something soupy? Here is a recipe of a hearty noodle soup Thuppa or Thukpa as commonly known in some region, inspired from the region of Sikkim and Nepal and now is eaten in many parts of India. This noodle soup is a one pot wholesome meal; the soup is mildly spiced with Indian masala and is served with boiled plain noodles. Let’s cook up a storm and begin!
Litti chokha is a traditional delicacy mainly eaten in Bihar. It is a dough ball made up of whole wheat flour and stuffed with roasted sattu or commonly known as chickpea flour, mixed with herbs and spices and then roasted over coal. Served with garlic chutney and chokha which is a potato filling, made with fresh herbs and spices. This dish is often confused with a commonly know dish called Baati, but it is a completely different dish in terms of taste, texture and preparation. Litti chokha is a complete meal as you can serve this at lunch and dinner. Very easy to make and mouthwatering to eat. Do try making it.
Today’s recipe is an easy to adapt to whatever you and your family like, be it pasta, lasagna sheets or Noodle. Yes you heard it right, we are making Noodles Lasagna. However strange it may sound, but trust me every household has noodles in their kitchen pantry, then why just restrict it to making Chinese cuisine. Make a delicious vegetable filling with your choice of veggies then toss in some spicy pasta sauce. Then build layers of al dente noodles, vegetable filling and cheese. Cover the pan and cook it over the stove and there you have it…Vegetable Lasagna made from scratch. Twisted version that actually tastes like REAL lasagna! ?. This recipe does not disappoint! The kids will LOVE it too!