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Paneer Parcha Sabzi Recipe | Indian Main Course – Restaurant Style Indian Recipes

Hey Foodies,

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!


Recipe below!



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!

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Bread Pulao Recipe – Bread Upma – Indian Snack | Kids Lunch Box Recipes

Hey Foodies,

Bread Pulao, or Bread Upma is one dish that we’ve been eating as a lunch since years.. You must be remembering, there was either one or two days in a week(or alternate), when you got something special in the lunch box as a kid.. My mom still does that for me..


And what used to be in those special days? Something experimental, or our subtle and amusing Bread Pulao, Poha and so on.. Fond memories isn’t it?


Let’s make some Bread Pulao this time around for the Kids Lunch Box Series 🙂

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  • Bread Slices - 6 (Chopped into 1" pieces)
  • Onions - 2
  • Tomatoes - 2
  • Green Chili - 1
  • Coriander - 2 tbsp
  • Oil - 1 tbsp
  • Tomato Ketchup - 2 tbsp {or tomato puree}
  • Salt - To taste
  • Sugar - 1 tsp
  • Red chili powder - ½ tsp
  • Mustard Seeds - ½ Tsp
  1. Start by heating up a pan with a tablespoon of oil. Add the mustard seeds, after they splutter add the chopped green chili and onions.
  2. Cook the onions, once they start getting golden add the chopped tomatoes, salt to taste and cook until it is mushy.
  3. Add some chopped coriander leaves, red chili powder and ketchup mix and cook for a minute. Add a tsp of sugar and stir.. Then add the cubed bread slices. Mix it all well together, add some more coriander and serve or pack in lunch box! Enjoy!
Curry Leaves can be added in the tempering.

Just remember, loading the bread pulao with bhujia…. Total bliss! I want to enjoy again, so let me go.. That’s all for today!


Thanks 🙂

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Nepali Sadeko Aloo Recipe (Marinated Roasted Potatoes)

Hie Friends,

Few Days Back on My Navratri Satvik Spread Day 4. There was this Nepali Sadeko Aloo.. Afaik, Sadeko means Marinated! So its Marinated Roasted Potatoes..

Navratri Satvik Spread Day 4. All Dishes!
Navratri Satvik Spread Day 4. All Dishes!

This is so delicious and versatile.. Like you can have this just as a starter or any time snack, or with rice/roti.. Anytime in the day.. They usually prefer eating this with roasted poha(aloo ko achar ani chuda). Aloo ko achar is a little different thing. But i ate this with Chuda.. 🙂

I got a email for the recipe of this, so here it is!


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Nepali Sadeko Aloo Recipe (Marinated Roasted Potatoes)
  • Potatoes - 4 (Cubed)
  • Yogurt - 1 Tbsp (or as required)
  • Chili powder - ½ Tsp
  • Coriander Powder - 1 Tsp
  • Salt - To Taste
  • Turmeric - ¼ Tsp
  • Mustard Oil - 2 Tbsp
  • Cumin - ½ Tsp
  • Crushed Coriander - 1 Tsp
  • Chili Flakes - ½ Tsp (Optional)
  1. In a Bowl, add in salt, coriander powder, chili powder, turmeric, yogurt. Mix well. It should be of coating consistency. So that potatoes coat the marination.
  2. Add the potatoes. Mix well and let them rest for 10-15 mins(optional).
  3. In a pan, add mustard oil. Once it smokes, switch off the flame and let it get little cool. Then add in cumin, crushed coriander. After they sizzle add in chili flakes and then potatoes(straight away!). Cover and cook in slow flame until they're tender, stirring once in while.
  4. After they are tender, remove the cover and let them get crisp and brown!
  5. Enjoy!
You can adjust the quantity of spices as you prefer!

Isn’t that easy? What are you waiting for? Make and enjoy!

Until Next time, Take Care.


Have a great time!

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