The Indian cuisine has a wide variety of regional cuisines native to India. These cuisines use locally available spices, herbs, vegetables and fruits. Indian food is also heavily influenced by religious and cultural choices and traditions. North Indian like Punjabi, Gujarati, Bengali, South Indian are the most popular names of cuisines. But when you go deeper into these regions, you will find more interesting ones like Mughlai, Awadhi, Chettinad, Goan, Marathi, Pahadi and more. Find these and many more collections of quick and easy regional Indian Recipes and start cooking right away.

Bhuna Murgh Recipe

Bhuna Murgh is a dry chicken curry smeared in tomato base with fresh fragrance of ginger, garlic and bhuna masala and the Indian spices and is a popular takeaway favourites.  Serve Bhuna Murgh along with Garlic Naan for a weekend night dinner. If you like this recipe, you can also try other Chicken recipes such as Chicken Mapas Recipe Paprika Chicken Skewers Recipe Arabian Chicken Mandi Recipe

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Aloo Dal Pakoras Recipe

Pakoras are popular tea time snacks in India. There are so many varieties of Pakoras and this recipe of Aloo Dal Pakora is famous in North India, especially in the Hill Stations where a bowl of pakoras and steaming hot chai is irresistible. These pakoras are rich in proteins as the pakora batter comprises of soaked moong dal/moong beans. Once the soaked moong dal is ground, they are used as the outer coating for the prepared potato filling.  A perfect monsoon snack recipe! Serve Aloo Dal Pakoras ...

Al Rogan Josh Recipe (Kashmiri Pumpkin In Red Gravy)

Al Rogan Josh is a delicious flavourful pumpkin curry that comes from Kashmir origin. It is the veg version of the signature dish of Kashmir, where the name is derived from Persian words in which Rogan means oil and Josh mean Intense heat. Kashmiri Al Rogan Josh is an integral part of the lavish spread in Kashmiri Pandit homes.  Serve Al Rogan Josh along with Steamed rice and Kachumber salad for a perfect weekday dinner. If you like this recipe, you can also try other Kashmiri recipe such ...

Konkani Style Vengaya Sagle Recipe (Eggplant and Drumstick Curry Recipe)

Konkani Style Vengaya Sagle Recipe (Eggplant and Drumstick Curry Recipe) is a very famous dish among the Konkani’s. “Sagle” in konkan means anything that is made with ground masala like coconut, coriander seeds and urad dal.  It has a very spicy and sweet flavor to it.  You can add any choice of your vegetable to this dish, keeping the ground masala constant. Serve the Konkani Style Vengaya Sagle Recipe (Eggplant and Drumstick Curry Recipe) along with Goan Chana Ros Recipe (White ...

Meghalaya Style Do O Kalai Recipe (Chicken In Black Lentils)

Do O Kalai Recipe (Chicken With Black Lentils) is a simple yet delicious chicken curry from Garo and Khasi mountainous regions of Meghalaya. The cooking here is very healthy using minimal or or not using oil at all. Instead, the chicken skin and fats are used to impart taste to the dish. Here I have used cooking soda to soften the chicken and make it dissolve its flavours in to the gravy. But locally, soda like "khar" is used which is completely homemade and not chemically obtained, unlike soda. ...

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Chicken Momos Recipe (Delicious Steamed Chicken Dumplings)

Chicken Momos Recipe (Delicious Steamed Chicken Dumplings) are a North East recipe and very popular in Tibet as well. Since this recipe is a steamed dimsum recipe, it is a healthy high protein recipe with tender chicken. Serve Chicken Momos Recipe (Delicious Steamed Chicken Dumplings) along with sauces, Hot and Spicy Chicken Curry Noodles Recipe and Vegetable Clear Soup with Lemon Grass Recipe. Here are various chicken recipes that you will also love Dry Fry Keema Balls (Spicy Chicken Keema Balls) ...

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Mizoram Inspired Veg Sawhchiar Recipe (Rice Pilaf With Kashmiri Red Chillies, Bay Leaf and Paneer)

Mizoram Veg Sawhchiar Recipe is the rice pilaf recipe which is made with only vegetarian ingredients, which is a twist to the traditional Mizoram recipe of Sawhchiar which uses majorly non vegetarian ingredients like chicken or pork. In this recipe, I have kept the traditional ingredients like lettuce, spinach, black pepper and cardamom but have also added paneer & bay leaf for added flavour and vigour to the dish. You can serve Mizoram Inspired Veg Sawhchiar Recipe along with Palak ...

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Assamese Narasingh Masor Jhol Recipe (Fish In Curry Leaves Gravy)

Assamese Narasingh Masor Jhol Recipe (Fish In Curry Leaves Gravy) is an authentic fish recipe from Assam in North East India. It consists of small whole river fishes or halved sardines or carps are cooked in a gravy made from curry leaves. Curry leaves is called as "Noro-singho" in Assamese. The fish curries in Assam do not use a lot of spices (unlike Bengali curries) and hence retains the natural flavour of the fish. Serve Assamese Narasingh Masor Jhol Recipe (Fish In Curry Leaves Gravy) along ...

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Gurellu Chutney Podi Recipe (Niger Seeds Chutney Recipe)

Uchellu or Gurellu Chutney Podi/Karale or Khurasni Chutney powder/Niger Seeds powder, one of a family of dry chutneys that are very popular in North Karnataka and Maharashtrian homes. A scoop of this flavourful chutney can liven up even the simplest of meals. Its tasty, spicy and full of flavours. Serve Gurellu Chutney Podi along with Steamed Rice and Mixed Vegetable Sambar for a weekday meal. If you like this recipe, you can also try other Podi recipes such as Godhi Chutney Podi Recipe Andhra ...

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Matki Chi Usal Recipe (Spicy Green Moong Sprouted Salad Recipe)

Matki Chi Usal Recipe (Spicy Green Moong Sprouted Salad Recipe) is one staple food in most of the Maharashtrian households as it is very easy to make and very nutritious as well. All you need is to just sprout the moong lentil one day in advance and keep them.  It is tossed with some basic Indian spice and then finished with some crushed dry red chilli and grated coconut. Serve the Matki Chi Usal Recipe (Spicy Green Moong Sprouted Salad Recipe) along with Phulkas and Kachumber salad for a weekday ...

Oats Uttapam topped with Paneer Recipe

Oats Uttapam topped with Paneer Recipe  is made with the instant dosa mix powder so the dish is super simple and quick to make. Uttapam are very famous in south India especially in Tamil Nadu, they from their staple breakfast in the morning. They are nothing but thick pancakes made with dosa batter and topped up with different savory toppings. In this recipe we have topped it with some India cheese which is nothing but fresh paneer and some vegetables to add to the crunch. Serve the Oats Uttapam ...

Arunachal Style Kharzi Rice Recipe

Arunachal pradesh, the land of seven sister states is occupied by various tribes.They each have a unique method of cooking. Some tribes use fermented cheese in their cooking which is very common for monpa tribes of Arunachal. Kharzi Rice is a dish from the monpa tribes, which is very tasty. Serve Kharzi hot with Mooli Raita. Other recipes that you can try are: Spinach Rice Recipe Thakkali Sadam Recipe (Spicy Tomato Rice) Spiced Rajma Pulao Recipe (Spiced Kidney Bean Rice)

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Konkani Style Sol Kadhi Recipe (Kokum flavored Coconut Curry Recipe)

Konkani Style Sol Kadhi Recipe (Kokum flavored Coconut Curry Recipe) is an authentic delicacy in Goa. As many of the local people relish this as a refreshing drink. It can also be served as a curry with your everyday meals. Kokum is the essential ingredient used in this dish, which is an Indian Fruit. The fruit is dried in the sun till it loses it moisture and then used in many of their local dishes. This is what yields the slight pinkish color because of its dark purple tinge. Serve the Konkani ...

Andhra Style Karivepaku Pachadi Recipe (Curry Leaf Chutney Recipe)

Andhra Style Karivepaku Pachadi Recipe (Curry Leaf Chutney Recipe) is an innovative version of creating a chutney from an herb that we always use it for tempering. Curry leaf is a kind of herb which is often removed or take out when it is added to the dish but it contains good amount nutrients in them. It has a pleasant aroma and also filled with health benefits. It helps to cure diarrhea, gastro normal problems and is very essential for diabetic patients. These leaves are also believed to fight ...

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Mizoram Special Koat Pitha Recipe (Banana Fritters)

Mizoram Koat Pitha is a fritter dish made with rice flour and banana which is similar to the Kerala Unniyappam which is fried on a kuzhi Paniyaram Pan. The flavours come together wonderfully to make a great dish with a crisp exterior and soft interiors.  In the North East it is widely consumed as a delicious dessert on almost all the special occasions. Serve Koat Pitha as a delicious dessert after light meal of Sana Thongpa and  Tan Ngan, or as an evening tea time snack ...

Spicy Moong Dal Ki Goli Recipe

Spicy Moong Dal Ki Goli Recipe is a very famous, authentic recipe from Uttar Pradesh. These are spicy dumplings made from a thick batter of overnight soaked moong dal. Various spices provide a unique experience when the mix of flavours splash on tongue. Apt to be had with evening tea, Spicy Moong Dal Ki Goli Recipe are simply delicious. Take a look at more snack recipes to try during tea time Foxtail Millet Uppu Kozhukattai Recipe Mangalorean Style Biscuit Roti Recipe Rajasthani Makki ...

Assamese Style Mohura Pitha Recipe(Sweet Rice Dumplings Recipe)

Rice Dumplings or Pithas rules in the eastern states of India. The process is mostly steaming. Food prepared in steaming process with zero oil is considerably better in taste. You will be amazed to find the varieties of Pithas, an odiya family relish on a festive day. They are like Podo Pitha, Kakara Pitha, Monda Pitha and Chakuli Pitha. The festival of Bihu in Assam is more on celebrating the art of making Pithas. Til Pitha, Mohura Pitha, sunga pitha, takeli pitha where rice is being the main ingredient. Believe ...

Mangalorean Style Bendekayi Huli Koddel Recipe (Ladies finger Dal without Coconut Recipe)

Mangalorean Style Bendekayi Huli Koddel Recipe (Ladies finger Dal without Coconut Recipe) is a variation to the authentic recipe made in the households of Mangalore. Usually in most of the mangalorean dishes, the addition of coconut is always a must but in this recipe we have cut down coconut and created a dal which has Bendekayi otherwise called as ladies finger. Serve the Mangalorean Style Bendekayi Huli Koddel Recipe (Ladies finger Dal without Coconut Recipe) along with steam rice or Phulka.  If ...

Pui Shaager Chorchori Recipe (Mixed vegetables with Malabar Spinach)

Pui Shaager Chorchori is a traditional vegetable side dish from my mom's kitchen. In Bengali Chorchori means a combination of vegetables. Pui Shaager Chorchori is a combination of vegetables like Malabar Spinach, potatoes, pumpkin, radish and eggplant, all cooked well in panch phoran masala. This recipes usually uses mustard oil which gives it a distinct yet flavourful taste. If Malabar spinach is not available, one can make do with the regular spinach as well. The vegetables come together to make ...

Togarikalu Akki Recipe (Karnataka Style Rice Rava Upma with Fresh Pigeon Peas)

Togarikalu Akki Recipe is a very popular recipe from the state of Karnataka. The fresh pigeon peas are available in abundance during the start of the year and makes it into everyday cooking in a regular kannadiga household. Fresh pigeon peas or tuvar is a great source of proteins, apart from it also has ample vitamin and minerals to take care of our daily needs. It has equally large amount of potassium and folates, making it a super food for lowering blood pressure and for expecting mothers.  Togarikalu ...

Kashmiri Rajma Gogji Recipe

Kashmiri cuisine is characterised by the pungent flavour due to the use of mustard oil and whole garam masalas. It is rich and flavourful without including much spices. Although it mainly consists of meat dishes, it has a handful of vegetarian dishes which are cooked with unique spices. Kashmiri Rajma Gogji Recipe is one of them. Kashmiri rajma is very different from the normal rajma, it has deep red colour, it is tiny and also adds a beautiful nutty taste to the dish. This recipe is simple to make. ...

Karnataka Style Bonda Soup Recipe ( Urad dal Fritters in Spicy Dal Soup Recipe)

Karnataka Style Bonda Soup Recipe ( Urad dal Fritters in Spicy Dal Soup Recipe) is a favourite dish among all the kannadigas and especially in Mysore. The dish consists of crispy urad dal fritter dipped in a hot thin based dal soup. The fritter is usually fried in a deep frying oil but in this recipe we have made it healthy by pan frying it on the kuzhi paniyaram pan to make it super healthy for your morning breakfast. Serve the Karnataka Style Bonda Soup Recipe ( Urad dal Fritters in Spicy Dal ...

Karotkhabi Kanghou Recipe (Manipuri style Bitter Gourd & Potato Stir Fry)

Karotkhabi Kanghou is a Manipuri style vegetable dish prepared with bitter gourd and potato. Like every North Eastern state Manipur also has its own style of cooking. Generally Bitter gourd dishes are always served first in meal. This dish is good when it is serve warm with hot steamed rice.  Serve Karotkhabi Kanghou with steamed rice topped with ghee along with Tomato Onion Sambar. Other recipes you can try are: Carrot Poriyal Recipe (Steamed Carrot Stir Fry) Chow Chow Curry ...

Manipuri Style Chana Kanghou Recipe (Kala Channa Dry Subzi Recipe)

Manipuri Style Chana Kanghou Recipe (Kala Chana Dry Subzi Recipe) is a dry subzi made from black chickpeas. The cooking method Manipuri is very simple and they use less of spice mix to create a simple and humble dish. Manipur being one of the seven sister states, the cuisine hailing from Manipur is little different from the rest of north eastern areas. Their dishes usually prefer to use chilli peppers thus the result of it their dishes are very spicy. Serve the Manipuri Style Chana Kanghou Recipe ...

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