Egg Curry

Spicy Egg Curry – a popular Indian curry which is best enjoyed with plain rice or Indian breads like paratha and roti.

Eggs are something that I do not cook very often in my kitchen, yet I always have a large box of it in my refrigerator. That’s because I use eggs all the time in baking so obviously I need a keep a big stock of it at home all the time. Also, sometimes we eat boiled eggs but that’s mostly it. Other than that, I hardly cook with eggs. Hubby isn’t a fan and...

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Tofu Tikka Masala

Tofu Tikka Masala is a delicious vegetarian curry which is so good with rice, naan or any bread of your choice! Gluten-free!

[Thanks all for your good wishes for my mom, I really appreciate it.]

Are you a tofu fan? I have already told you guys that I am definitely not one. I mean it’s fine, I don’t mind it but I don’t love it. I think this is the problem with most Indians. We are so used to the taste and flavor of...

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Aloo Matar

Easy Aloo Matar – spicy potato and green peas curry. Best enjoyed with plain rice or any Indian bread.

More often that not, the easiest recipes fail to make it to the blog. At least that’s true for all my Indian recipes. So today for a change I thought of sharing with you guys a very simple Indian curry recipe. This is the type of curry that’s made in Indian households everyday, at least in North India. The curries you eat in Indian restaurants,...

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Chana Saag

Easy and Vegan Chana Saag – Spinach and Chickpeas cooked with onion, tomatoes & spices makes a comforting meal. Serve it with rice or any bread of your choice.

You know sometimes it happen that you eat something you love so much that then you don’t want to eat it again for the next few days. Happens with you? Like I told you guys, I went to this food conference last weekend and seriously there was so much food, especially desserts! We had waffles for breakfast, fruit tarts for lunch and...

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Dubki Wale Aloo

Spicy potato curry made with potatoes and nothing much really! Dubki Wale Aloo are best served with khasta kachori or with Indian breads like paratha and poori!

This weekend was pretty interesting. If you follow me on twitter and Instagram then you might be aware that I attended my first ever food blogger conference this weekend in Salt Lake City! It was quite an experience to say the least. There were hundreds of bloggers from all around the country, lots of great speakers and tons of food. It was great to...

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Rajasthani Dal Bati

Dal Bati -a traditional dish from the state of Rajasthan in India. Hard wheat balls are baked and then eaten a spicy mix of lentils. It’s topped with lots of ghee which makes it extremely flavorful.

India has a very rich culture, that is of course well known all over the world. However I think how rich and diverse our food is not really known. Indian food in the west is synonyms with curry and naan. And that actually is just a fraction of our food. Each state in India has it’s...

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Beetroot Kofta Curry

Want to eat something different for dinner? Then try this Beetroot Kofta Curry! Vegetarian beetroot dumplings served on top of a creamy tomato curry. Great with naan or rice!

How much is too much when it comes to kitchen utensils, appliances and gadgets? I guess this is a difficult question to answer especially when you are a food blogger. If you are a food blogger, then probably it’s never too much. I can’t even begin to list all that I have from pots to juicers to blenders to food processors to...

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Methi Malai Paneer

Want to try something different with paneer? Then try this creamy Methi Malai Paneer. It is a wonderful mix of paneer with fresh fenugreek leaves and tastes great with any Indian bread!

Considering how much Indians love paneer, it’s obvious there are tons of paneer recipes. Some tried and tested, some old favorites while some very modern and innovative. Doesn’t matter which category the dish belongs to, as long as there’s paneer in there trust Indians to gobble it all...

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Spinach Dal

Simple Spinach Dal is healthy, wholesome, vegan and good for you. Serve it with steamed rice for a total comfort meal!

I am really happy today, like really happy and the reason is that it’s not raining in Seattle! Oh my god, I am so fed up with this rain, like it has been raining non-stop. Day, night, evening, weekday or weekend – everyday and every time, non-stop rain. I like rain but this much I cannot tolerate. In Delhi, whenever it used to rain, I used to really happy. In fact we would wait...

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Gatte Ki Sabzi

An traditional dish from the state of Rajasthan – chickpea flour dumplings are boiled and then simmered in a yogurt based tangy curry. Gatte ki sabzi tastes great with roti or plain rice! A great alternative for those days when you have no veggies in your refrigerator.

I love sharing traditional Indian recipes on my blog. In fact I would like to share more of these since this is the kind of food I make and eat every day but as much as I would like, this does not always happen. With...

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Zucchini Chana Dal

Zucchini cooked with chana dal, onion, tomatoes & fresh ginger makes a flavorful dish. This dal is great with roti or with rice. Healthy & vegan!

When I was little, mom would often make Chanal Dal (Split Garbanzo Beans) with Lauki (bottle gourd). Lentils (or dals as we call them) are a part of everyday Indian diet so we ate some or the other lentil every day. Chana dal was made not everyday since it’s little heavy on the stomach compared to other dals like toor/arhar or moong....

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Matar Nimona

Most of us have fond memories of food from our childhood. Food has this magical ability to bring back wonderful memories. Matar Nimona reminds me of winters and fresh sweet green peas [green peas=matar in Hindi]. When we were kids, me and my sister would go to grandma’s village every year. Whenever we went there during winters, we would eat lot of matar ka nimona. It is a dish made out of green peas and it’s made in the states of Uttar Pradesh and Bihar in India during winter months. The reason why it’s made only during...

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