Today let’s make Tandoori Soya Chaap Tikka. A delicious vegetarian take on the tandoori chicken tikka. This versatile dish can be served as a starter; it’s made with soya pieces marinated in a heavy marinade of rich spices, cream and butter. The uniqueness of this recipe is you can prepare this dish in tandoori style without using a tandoor. You can cook it directly over high heat and still get the same street style taste which we all crave for.
Momos are a street specialty in North and the North East of India. Yes and it has a good fan following around the world as well. But friends, no dish is complete in India if it does not have the masaledar and chatpata Indian tandoori touch. So if you’ve always loved momos and are looking for something unique then this is the recipe for you. Soft vegetable momos, fried and then tossed in tandoori marinade, skewered and then grilled, the best part of the recipe is you can also smoke the momos and simply cook it in a pan. This is a fresh take on India’s one of most popular street foods Momo’s.
Let go green today at breakfast, I mean let’s make a gluten free and healthier version of the dosa. A signatory breakfast from the region of Andhra Pradesh the ever so famousPesarattu Dosa or whole Green Gram / Sabut Moong Dosa, The uniqueness of this dosa is, it’s made with green moong dal, which does not need any fermentation and is quick to make. This dosa is most commonly eaten at breakfast and because you do not have to ferment the batter, we can soak the grain, grind it and prepare quickly. Crispy Pesarattu Dosa filled with your choice of filling and served with allam chutney and korma. Sounds delicious, perfect way to begin your day. Let’s start!
Want to try a Vegetarian Biryani of some different style Here is an easy recipe for Kabuli Chana Biryani prepared in one pot. It is a unique biryani recipe with a blend of rice and pulses, cooked together along with aromatic spices and fresh herbs. Kabuli Chana is commonly used to make Chole, but this time let’s make a one pot hearty meal with Kabuli Chana.
If you are overloaded with the festive food and looking forward to making something light and easy on the stomach. Then what’s better dish than making mushrooms, here is a delicious mushroom masala Indian gravy dish with awesome flavors. Mushrooms cooked in rich, thick, creamy gravy, with onions, cashews and aromatic masala and spices. A semi dry lightly spiced Indian gravy which is perfect accompaniment for steamed rice or Indian bread varieties. Off to making Mushroom Masala a true Indian gravy dish.
When we talk about comfort food in India, I bet it will be Rajma Chawal, hands down. It is a delicious Indian recipe served as a Main. Available in most of the restaurants, households and dhabas in North India. Tender soft red kidney beans cooked in onion and tomatoes base gravy and array of spices. Slow simmered and cooked with love and care. Very popular hearty rustic meals with a rich gravy.
Shahi Paneer recipe is one of the popular paneer dishes ever made. It’s treated as a royal dish as the name suggests. Made with cubes of paneer lightly cooked in mildly spiced rich gravy of onions, tomatoes, aromatic spices and dry fruits. Its deep yellow colour and silky texture will surely build up your appetite and make you wanting for more.
Paneer Parcha, a dish close to paneer pasanda though quite different.
This restaurant style paneer recipe, is a perfect one to dish out to serve with rotis, parathas, naans, steamed rice, pulao, basically any side dish.
A mild flavored rich birista-cashew-yogurt based gravy along with a slice of paneer which has been sandwiched with veggies and grilled. Try it out now!
Step 1: Add Plain flour to a mixing bowl.
Little high on the fats, but this paneer parcha tastes divine. Much better than the one I tasted at the restaurant. Why not try this and share a virtual treat with me? That’s all for today, keep cooking & stay fantastic!
Deepawali or Diwali, the brightest festival of the year is here and this time around, we’ve curated two recipes for you to stir up, serve & impress your guests!
The best part? Both of these recipes are damn easy to make and are as scrumptious to the palate.. Why delay? Let’s get started.
Puri Chaat, a distance cousin of Raj Kachori. Easier to make, easier to impress your guests. I mean literally who can say no to a chaat. I can’t. Ofcourse, I’m a chatora. 😛
A crisp puri with bubbling hot vatana, ice cold sweet yogurt, tangy tamarind chutney, zingy coriander chutney, spices, sev, onions is this.
That’s easy ain’t it? Make it & Enjoy 🙂
This recipe was inspired by my relative Manisha Bhabhi, her mom makes a slight different version of this. She calls it Bhar ke Puri and she recently started blogging at www.foodnspoons.com. She shared her mom’s recipe for Bhar ke Puri with me years back, and since then I’ve been making it every now and then with different variations and it comes out great all the time 🙂 Check out her version here.
That’s all for today, one more diwali special recipe to come very soon! 🙂
We’ve made a few tandoori recipes earlier, but in our very own tandoor/charcoal bbq/grill at home.. It’s time to make some tandoori flavor paneer tikka in tawa or over stove top..
Paneer, peppers & onions marinated in a charred tomato & spices marinate then cooked in a skillet..
,A dish to impress anyone with, and extremely easy to make.. what else from a recipe we desire for? Let’s get cooking 🙂
Now time for the text recipe 🙂
Soft & Juicy Cubes of Paneer, coated in a rich smoky marinate and cooked in a tawa.. I & my family simply loved the dish, and din’t miss anything in this Paneer Tikka.. So make it, & share how you liked it. That’s all for today, Thanks 🙂