Wednesday, 22 February 2017

Veg Fried Rice Recipe - Hotel Style.

0 comments Posted by Veena Karanth at 18:09:00
Veg Fried Recipe is an  Indo - Chinese Recipe which is quite yummy and scrumptious. I am pretty sure that people who love Chinese food would surely like this fried rice recipe. Here, rice is the main ingredient and it is mixed with crunchy vegetables, seasoned with Chinese sauces to make it more delectable and spicy. In restaurants, jeera rice is apparently more commonly used for fried rice but I have also seen some ladies using basmathi rice for fried rice recipes. I have also shown you the recipe of schezwan fried rice recipe previously which is even more spicier.


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Friday, 17 February 2017

Rajma Curry Recipe / Rajma Masala

0 comments Posted by Veena Karanth at 21:02:00
Rajma Curry ( Rajmah curry ) is one of the most famous punjabi side dishes which is mostly eaten along with rice and I am pretty sure that most of you have heard about rajma chawal in which rice is served along with the same curry ( Rajma Curry ) which I am publishing today. It goes on well with chapathi and naan too.
All rajma recipes consume a lot of time to get cooked, so, it requires a bit of planning and time management. Here, in this recipe, we mix boiled rajma along with tomato puree, onions and spice it up with favourable flavors. Rajma curry recipes are usually satiating and very nutritious, so, it can be rightly called as one pot meal recipe.
Well, here goes the recipe.


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Thursday, 9 February 2017

Rice Kheer / Payasam / Paal payasam Recipe.

0 comments Posted by Veena Karanth at 23:52:00
Rice Payasam or rice kheer is one of the famous South Indian recipes prepared during festivals and, more over, this paal payasam is a mandatory dessert during the devi pooja occasions. We prepare it during  the navarathri festival and the taste is mind blowing.  Here we mix boiled basmathi rice along with milk and sugar and garnish it with saffron and top it with dry fruits. We South Indians name this sweet prepared out of rice as kheer or payasam while the North Indians have their own version of rice kheer where they coarsely grind rice into powder and then boil it along with the milk. Taste differs and so does the procedure too. As of now I will be showing you the South Indian version, but I will come up with the North Indian version in the near future.

Rice Kheer

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Wednesday, 8 February 2017

Red Velvet Cake Recipe

0 comments Posted by Veena Karanth at 01:27:00
Today I am publishing this enticing and velvety red velvet cake  recipe which is in great demand during birthdays and on valentine day. The cake looks deep red in colour mainly due to the red colouring agent which is used as one of the ingredients in the recipe but you can even use beet root juice and avoid the colouring agent. Even though both the ingredients such as cocoa and vanilla flavour are used in this recipe, you cannot name it as a chocolate cake or as a vanilla cake but rightly name it as the red velvet cake mainly due to the colour component. Traditionally, we use cream cheese frosting for this red velvet cake recipe but you can replace it with butter frosting too. So why delay, lets proceed with the procedure.


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Tuesday, 31 January 2017

Capsicum Pakoda / Bajji Recipe.

0 comments Posted by Veena Karanth at 11:18:00
Capsicum Pakoda or otherwise well known as capsicum bajji is one of the oldest but the spiciest fritter recipe which is preferred on any rainy day. Here, in this recipe capsicum is dipped in chick flour batter and then deep fried. It is one of the best capsicum recipes and can be done very quickly when you have unexpected guests. The procedure of the recipe is more or less same as that of onion pakoda but I have given a small twist to the recipe. I have already published some of the recipes of capsicum like capsicum masala, tawa pulav and this is an addition to the list.


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