Sunday, 19 July 2015
Today I am posting paneer korma and I am sure all the paneer lovers will have fun in trying this exquisite and creamy paneer recipe. The success of any paneer recipe mainly lies in the texture of paneer so you should be aware of the quality of the paneer while adding to any recipe. Here, in this recipe we prepare a rich gravy using cashew, poppy seeds, coconut and mix paneer along with other spicy masalas. I can assure you that this korma goes on well with Puris, naan and so it holds a special place in the menu.
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Tuesday, 14 July 2015
I have already published akki rotti recipe in one of my previous blog posts and this recipe which I am publishing today is stuffed akki rotti which is slightly different from the previous one. Here, we prepare dough made from rice flour and later stuff it inside a dough prepared from maida ( all purpose flour ). This is an excellent breakfast recipe and goes on well with garlic or coconut chutney but I usually prefer garlic chutney for this stuffed akki rotti. The process is a bit messy but once it is prepared, it tastes awesome.
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Tuesday, 7 July 2015
This dosa batter is prepared out of mixing urad dal and semolina and hence it is named as urad - semolina or rava dosa. Here, fermentation is not necessary for the dosa batter, so you can do it whenever it is required. It tastes best when it is hot and can be relished along with coconut chutney. I have already published in one of my previous blog posts about urad and ragi dosa and so in this recipe we replace Ragi with rava.
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Sunday, 28 June 2015
Channa Biryani is one of the healthiest and sumptuous Biryanis that can be eaten along with simple raita or any other north Indian curry. It can be served as one pot - meal during lazy sundays. Channa ( chickpeas }is rich in proteins and a low carbohydrate cereal, hence it can be consumed by health conscious and diabetic people. Here, we use rice of basmati variety and mix it with Channa and Biryani masala.
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Wednesday, 17 June 2015
Kushmanda Halwa is an excellent and yummy sweet dish which reminds of bottle gourd halwa because of its exclusive taste. Here, the pumpkin is grated finely and mixed with ghee and sugar. In a way, the taste closely resembles Agra Peta.
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