Tuesday, 3 October 2017

Dhaba Style Paneer Masala Recipe

0 comments Posted by Veena Karanth at 00:15:00
I am pretty sure that most of you might have visited and tasted the food on the dhabas that are located on the highways or on the outskirts of the town. The gravies and curries that are served in the dhabas have a unique taste which remind us of a rustic punjabi khana. This paneer curry goes on well with plain chapathis, puris, rotis or kulchas. Here, in this gravy, one of the special feature is that we use besan to thicken the gravy which gives an awesome taste. I have already published some of the paneer recipies in my previous posts and this paneer curry is an addition to the list.


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Monday, 17 July 2017

Bhindi Do Pyaza / Sauteed Okra Recipe.

0 comments Posted by Veena Karanth at 12:12:00
Bhindi Do Pyaza is authentically a punjabi side dish which goes on well with chapathi, roti, naan and so on. Here, in this recipe, as the name itself suggests we use bhindi twice the quantity of onions. I have already published some of the okra recipes like bhindi sambar, sauteed bhindi and so on. Ladies finger is one of the best vegetables for the diabetic people since it is rich in fiber and iron. When this vegetable is chopped, it tends to be very sticky and so it is very necessary to boil it along with tamarind paste or amchur powder .


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Monday, 3 April 2017

Ragi Mudde Recipe / Ragi Balls Recipe / Finger Millet Balls.

0 comments Posted by Veena Karanth at 13:46:00
Ragi Mudde Recipe is an evergreen recipe in every household dish in Bangalore and near by areas. These localities cannot even imagine their lunch and dinner without this ragi mudde. These ragi balls, had once gained a national wide recognition when our ex prime minister Deve gowda had his power in the centre government. Finger millet flour ( ragi flour ) is the main ingredient in the preparation of this ragi ball. Obviously this finger millet ball is dark brown in colour which may not have that attractive catchy looks but on the other hand,  this mudde is highly rich is in calcium and is loaded with high fiber content.The  most fascinating part of this dish is that unlike other meals where you will have to masticate the food particles for digestion but for these ragi balls all you have to do is just swallow the food. You can eat this ragi sankati, as it is known in Andhra and ragi kali in tamil, along with Bassaru, Masoppu or any other sambar prepared out of leafy vegetable..


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Thursday, 16 March 2017

Pad Thai Noodles Recipe.

0 comments Posted by Veena Karanth at 13:14:00
Pad thai noodles are flat rice noodles which is very spicy and is an aromatic thai cuisine. Whoever so is interested in spicy and fiery food will surely love this awesome street style phad thai noodles recipe. The preparation is quite simple and taste is unique. Here, for this restaurant style thai noodles we mix boiled rice noodles with colourful bell peppers, spice it up with soya sauce and chilli flakes and enrich it by adding paneer ( cottage cheese ). The dish looks very colorful and attractive and I am sure you can go ahead with this hotel style thai recipe to satiate your guests appetite.


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Tuesday, 14 March 2017

Raw Mango Rice / Mavinkai Chitranna Recipe

0 comments Posted by Veena Karanth at 14:00:00
Mavinkai chitranna is a common favourite rice dish amongst South Indians during the summer season. This raw mango rice recipe is almost similar to that of lemon rice but the tantalising aroma of mangoes is awesome in mango rice. Here, in this karnataka style mango rice we mix grated raw mangoes with some seasoning and mix it with the boiled rice. The recipe is quite easy and it can be prepared in a nick of time. This mango rice chitranna is prepared during festival days too. Mangoes are rich in vitamin c and it would be wise to incorporate it in our day to day use.


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