Kesar Paneer Ki Kheer Recipe (Cottage Cheese Milk Pudding)

Saturday, 31 October 2015 00:30

Paneer Ki Kheer is a quick and simple dessert that you can make when you have unexpected guests at home. The taste and flavors of this kheer is so similar to the rasmalai. The only difference between the Rasmalai and the Paneer ki Kheer is that the paneer is added as a crumble into the condensed milk, making this dish, really simple to make.

Vendakkai Puli Kuzhambi (Kerala Bhindi Curry) by Saransh Goila

Wednesday, 07 October 2015 10:24

The Kerala Bhindi Curry also known as the Vendakkai Puli Kuzhambu is a tangy and spicy curry made from okras also known as lady's fingers. The curry is cooked in a tamarind and tomato curry base and flavored with baby onions, fenugreek seeds, coriander powder and curry leaves. This recipe is adapted from Saransh Goila best selling book - India on My Platter

Top 5 Vegetarian Super Foods For World Vegetarian Day

Wednesday, 30 September 2015 00:49

The term Vegetarianism originated from a greek word ‘vegetas’ which means totally healthy, fresh and vigorous. It means that our food provides complete energy for the body and keeps the physical body healthy.

Recent studies indicate far reaching benefits of a vegetarian diet. Eating a fresh and well balanced vegetarian diet helps lower body weight, improves good cholesterol levels and lower risk of developing various diseases like diabetes, heart diseases, certain forms of cancer and more. You must remember, that to keep our body healthy and help lower the risk of diseases, it is important to have a healthy diet, that is high in fiber and low in fat.

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Chole Pindi Recipe (Spicy Chickpea Curry)

Saturday, 11 April 2015 00:55

The Chole Pindi Recipe is a very traditional recipe from the North India made from chickpeas that is spicy and tangy packed with flavors from ginger and lemon. The Pindi Chola can with made from either regular white chickpeas or the dark brown variety called the desi chana. Either ways, the Pindi Chole is the dry form the the Chana Masala and makes a perfect weekend lunch recipe or even as a main course for parties. Did You know: Chickpeas make for a very nutritious and healthy diet. It reduces cholesterol, prevents constipation and helps prevent digestive disorders. Chickpeas are rich…

Stuffed Gobi Ka Paratha (Spiced Cauliflower Flat Bread)

Saturday, 04 April 2015 00:52

Stuffed Gobi Ka Paratha Recipe is a simple wholesome flat bread, that is easy to make and even more nutritious to eat. The addition of flax seeds, along with spices and herbs, makes this paratha a perfect choice for a lunch box or a weekend breakfast along with a spicy mango pickle and yogurt. Did You know: Cauliflower is a member of the cancer-fighting cruciferous family of vegetables. Cauliflower is anti-inflammatory and antioxidant-rich, and may boost both your heart and brain health. Eating cauliflower will provide your body with impressive amounts of vitamin C, vitamin k, beta-carotene, and much more while supporting healthy…

Paneer Kofta Curry Recipe (Non Fried)

Saturday, 16 August 2014 05:30

The Paneer Kofta Curry Recipe is a delicious preparation paneer (homemade cottage cheese) that is simmered in a spiced tomato gravy. Kofta's are traditionally deep fried vegetable or cheese balls that are dipped in a spicy curry. This recipe of kofta is healthy as the kofta's are not deep fried but instead made in a kuzhi paniyaram pan. If you dont have this pan, then you can bake it in the oven too and you will get the same result. The gravy is something that I make all the time is mild and sattvic without the addition of onion and garlic. The…

Malai Kofta Recipe (Non Fried)

Tuesday, 08 July 2014 13:12

The Malai Kofta recipe is a delicious preparation paneer and potato balls simmered in a spiced tomato gravy. This recipe of kofta is a healthy twist to the traditionally deep fried kofta recipes that you would make. I have used the Kuzhi Paniyaram Pan to pan fry the koftas making them nutritious and tasty too. This recipe also does not use Onion and Garlic, making it a Satvik food.

Calcutta Ghugni Recipe (Tangy Yellow Peas Curry)

Wednesday, 02 July 2014 10:02

Ghugni is a very popular street food of calcutta. The Ghugni is made from dried white peas and spiced up with a special masala called moodi masala. Almost every street corner will have ghugni or jhaal muri and both of these have something in common and thats the Moodi Masala. The Moodi masala is a blend of roasted condiments and spices in specific proportions and I have a recipe on my website for you to look up on how exactly to make this masala. For now lets dive right in to make the Ghugni.

Ratatouille with Grilled Cottage Cheese Steak

Monday, 30 June 2014 10:44

The Ratatouille with Grilled Cottage Cheese steak was one such recipe that makes a wholesome weeknight dinner. The ratatouille is packed with goodness of fresh vegetables and when combined with the cottage cheese provides the protein that is needed in the diet. This recipe also makes a great dish that you can make for parties. Make the Ratatouille ahead of time and grilled the cottage cheese fresh and serve it hot when you are ready to serve.

Puri for Pani Puri / Golgappa/ Puchka Recipe

Monday, 23 June 2014 10:23

Puri for the Pani Puri is a recipe is a no fail tried and tested recipe that you will love making too. I have been working on the puri for pani puri for many years. Every time I tried making the puri, it would never turn up like the ones in Kolkata with a perfect crunch. This recipe has paid off all the efforts and knowledge that I have put into my kitchen to get the perfect recipe every time. Please do not skip any step in the process. If I mention 10 minutes of kneading, then please, set yourself…
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