Andhra Style Davva Aava koora Recipe (Sweet and Spicy Banana Stem Peanut Curry Recipe)

Andhra Style Davva Aava koora Recipe (Sweet and Spicy Banana Stem Peanut Curry Recipe) is an Indian curry made from Banana stem and crunchy peanuts tossed in sweet and spicy Andhra style gravy. Banana Stem Banana Stem is a local ingredient in Tamil Nadu which is prepared in most of their house hold. Banana Stem is very fibrous and diabetic friendly ingredient. It helps to solve any gastric problems in the body. Serve the Andhra Style Davva Aava koora Recipe (Sweet and Spicy Banana Stem Peanut Curry ...

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Beetroot Tambuli (Beetroot Raita With Coconut) Recipe

Beetroot Tambuli, also otherwise known as Saasive is a gem from the Kannada cuisine bursting with flavours. This dish pairs very well with rice and a great addition on special menus. Serve Beetroot Tambuli with Mixed Vegetable sambar and steamed rice for a delicious meal. You can also try other similar recipes such as Pumpkin Raita Raw Mango Raita Avocado Raita

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Nadan Tomato Curry Recipe (Kerala Style Tomato Curry)

Kerala, the land of spices, is known for it's lip smacking coastal malabari cuisines, World famous onam sadya and many more delicious dishes. Nadan Tomato Curry is a flavourful, simple and delicious side dish from Kerala Cuisine. Fresh and juicy tomatoes are cooked along with green chillies in a coconut cumin paste. The tempering of coconut oil and mustard adds to the flavour of this dish. This dish can be made within ten minutes and can be served along with rice, appams or dosas. A must try! Serve ...

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Poosanikai Rasavangi Recipe - Ash Gourd Curry With Dal

Poosanikai Or Ash gourd Rasavangi is an authentic recipe from tamilnadu. In a Rasavangi, Ash Gourd is cooked with moong dal, chana dal , tamarind and fresh ground spices. Did you know: Ash Gourd is rich in vitamins and minerals. Ash gourd  is composed  primarily of water  (about 96%). So during summer just include this ash gourd rasavangi in your diet  to keep your body cool.  Serve Poosanikai Rasavangi along with Steamed Rice, Carrot and Beans Poriyal and Elai ...

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Mulakootal (Vegetables In Coconut Gravy) Recipe

Mulakootal is essentially a home style south Indian curry made with a medley of vegetables, lentils and coconut. A part of many routine lunches and often made with whatever vegetables handy at home. Mulakootal is also said to be the inspiration behind the famous "Mulligatawny Soup". The curry is healthy and spells comfort of a home meal in every bite, helps that it is super easy to make. Serve Mulakootal with hot steamed rice for a perfect summer lunch. You can also try other coconut based gravy ...

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Goan Style Mushroom Vindaloo Recipe

Goan Style Mushroom Vindaloo Recipe is a variation of the classic Goan Pork Vindaloo recipe. This traditional dish was introduced by the Portuguese in Goa. In this recipe, the mushroom is cooked in a vinegar based curry infused with Indian spices. This is for all the vegetarian lovers who will be dreading to try the traditional Vindaloo Recipe. In Goa, the dish is prepared for all the special occasion when people gather around for a festive lunch meal. Serve the Goan Style Mushroom Vindaloo along ...

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Potato And Peas Curry Recipe In Coconut Milk Gravy

Potato And Peas In Coconut Milk Curry Recipe is a delicious and mildly spiced curry cooked in coconut milk. Potatoes and Peas are perfect match and a crowd pleaser. The coconut milk adds a mild sweetness to the curry and in this recipe we have used freshly made coconut milk using Preethi Zodiac Mixer Grinder, which makes it really easy to make the coconut milk.  Serve the Potato And Peas Curry Recipe In Coconut Milk Gravy along with Phulkas for a weeknight dinner along with Carrot Cucumber ...

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Karwar Style Valval Recipe (Mixed Vegetables In Coconut Milk)

Karwar Style Valval Recipe (Mixed Vegetables In Coconut Milk) is a delicious creamy mixed vegetables curry cooked in coconut oil. It's basically a no onion no garlic dish and is one of the comfort food in Karwar region. This simple dish with mild spice and lots of flavour will surely spice up your everyday food. It is easy to make and takes very few every day ingredients to prepare.  Serve Karwar Style Valval Recipe (Mixed Vegetables In Coconut Milk) along with Whole Wheat Lachha ...

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Menthi Aaku Badeela Koora Recipe - Besan Muthia Cooked With Methi Leaves

Badeela Koora is a traditional dry curry recipe of Telangana household made using just a handful ingredients where Fenugreek leaves and Chickpea flour are the main ingredients. In this recipe, the Badeela or the Chickpea Flour balls are prepared and cooked along with methi leaves and tempered with mustard seeds and jeera added it a great flavor and making it a healthy indian diabetic friendly recipe. Did you know: Fenugreek/Methi is very good for people with diabetes because it contains fibre ...

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Eggplant In Mustard Poppy Seed Yogurt Gravy Recipe-Begun Doi Sorse Posto bata Jhol

Begun Doi Sorse Posto bata Jhol or Eggplant in Mustard Poppy Seed Yogurt Gravy is a Bengali vegetarian dish. The eggplant is its main ingredient which is first marinated in chilli powder, turmeric powder and salt. It is then shallow fried till golden and then simmer in a gravy of  mustard-poppy seed paste and curd. Panch Phoran masala adds a signature Bengali flavor to the Eggplant gravy.  Serve Eggplant In Mustard Poppy Seed Yogurt Gravy Recipe with Steamed Rice Recipe or Phulka ...

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Hyderabadi Bagara Baingan Recipe - Brinjal In Spicy Peanut Curry

Hyderabadi Bagara Baingan is a delicious preparation that is made from roasted brinjal/eggplant/ baingan. The base curry of the Bagara Baingan recipe is made from tamarind, peanuts and sesame seeds. If you are looking for a delicious vegetarian curry to serve along with your Biryani, then this spicy and tangy curry is your go to dish. The gravy is a little thick in consistency and you can adjust the consistency according to your taste and preference. The golden and yellow hue of the gravy ...

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Karwar NKGSB Style Bharli Vangi Recipe - Brinjal Curry

Karwar NKGSB Style Bharli Vangi Recipe - Brinjal Curry is what stuffed brinjals vegetable is called in Konkani language and in Hindi it’s called Bharwa Baingan. Vangi or Brinjals are of different types like the small black ones, or the surati vangi, or white vangi or the ones I have used here i.e. Kateri Vangi. The Kateri vangi are a little big in size with a slightly purplish colour like stripes and are sweet in taste. These are generally used to make the Bharli Vangi. Brinjals are called ...

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Tamil Nadu Style Potato Masiyal Recipe (South Indian Style Aloo Masala)

Potato Masal and Poori/Puri (puffed Indian flatbread) are match made in heaven. It is one of the most popular and favourite tiffin combination especially in the South. The potatoes are soft boiled and then simmered in an open pan/kadai along with the South Indian Masalas. Potatoes are delicious and are universally loved by children and adults. Did you know- Potatoes are rich in potassium and have large amounts of Vitamin C. They are believed to improve eye and skin health. Easy to digest and filled ...

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Chettinad Pakora Curry Recipe

Chettinad Pakora Curry Recipe is a delicious lentil pakodas cooked in a spicy chettinad gravy. Chettinad recipes have a predominant flavour of fennel, cinnamon, garlic and red chillies making it very delectable. Though, this recipe is a bit spicy, you can alter the spiciness to your desired level. It is a semi gravy that goes very well as a side dish to indian meal. Serve the Chettinad Pakora Curry Recipe along with Tawa Parathas or Roti's, Steamed Rice, Poondu Rasam and Papad for a weeknight dinner. Here ...

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Togari Bele Tovve Recipe - Toor Dal Rasam

Tovve is native to South India and it is called by different names according to the region and the people. While Tamilians call as Rasam, it is labelled as Tovve in Karnataka. Tovve is basically a mild lentil dish cooked with ghee in a tamarind based gravy without any exotic spices. It is also known as Kattu Saaru, where Kattu refers to dal in Kannada. Tovve is a versatile recipe and can be prepared with any kind of dals and vegetable. Togari Bele Tovve is prepared using red gram dal. This simple ...

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Goan Sorak Curry Recipe

Goan Sorak Curry is a Goan style soup like curry made with sauteed onions, coconut milk, kashmiri red chillies and few more spices. It is specially made during monsoons when fresh fish is less in number in Goa. This curry tastes great with rice. It is easy to make and is perfect for your weekday meals. Serve Goan Sorak Curry along with Steamed Rice and Suran Fodi for your weekday meal. If you like this recipe, you can also try other Goan recipes such as Goan Kaju Curry Recipe Goan ...

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Mangalorean Style Sonay Sukka Recipe - Dry Chickpea Stir Fry

Mangalorean Style Sonay Sukhe is a very important dish for every Mangalorean meal plate. The preparation starts by tempering the mustard seeds, curry leaves, onion and garlic which is called as “Sukka”. It is used in most of the south Indian language in regions like Konkani, Karnataka and Mangalore.  You can as well use the same method in this recipe for many other legumes such as black channa, black eyed peas etc. Mangalorean use a special type of masala called as Bafat Pito which ...

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Thekera Tenga Recipe

Thekera Tenga is a Sour curry from Assamese cuisine. Thekera is a fruit that is dried and used as a souring agent in Assamese dishes. Few pieces of thekera are soaked in warm water and are used in the dishes. However, lemon and tomatoes are also used as souring agents. The tenga ( sour curry) is usually served at the end of a meal. Usually fish is fried and used in the dish, but in this vegetarian version, I have roasted potato slices and added it to the tenga. Simple, rustic and delicious Thekera ...

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Coorg Style Kaad Manga Curry Recipe -Sweet & Spicy Mango Curry

Coorg Style Kaad Manga Curry Recipe which is a Sweet & Spicy curry made with tiny wild mangoes available locally in and around Coorg & Madikeri. Though it is a very very simple dish with just a few ingredients, the mango curry tastes absolutely delicious and has both the flavours of sweetness and tanginess flared with just a bit of spice. Serve this lip smacking good Coorg Style Kaad Manga Curry along with steamed rice, Mangalorean Neer Dosa Recipe or Coorg Style Kadumbuttu and Sabudana ...

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Hyderabadi Khatti Dal Recipe (Hyderabadi Tangy Lentil Curry)

Hyderabadi Khatti Dal is a delicious tangy dal preparation tempered with curry leaves, mustard seeds, cumin, dry red chilies and garlic having balanced flavour of sourness and spiciness. Hyderabadi khatti dal couples up beautifully with steamed rice, pickle, side with any dry veggie preparation. Although we have used Toor dal, you can use even Masoor dal (red lentils) for making this Khatti dal. Traditionally for sourness, tamarind pulp is used but you can substitute it with lemon juice too. But, ...

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Andhra Style Munakkada Masala Kura Recipe - Drumstick Dry Curry Recipe

Andhra Style Munakkada Masala Kura Recipe (Drumstick Dry Curry Recipe) is a dry gravy made with drumstick cooked in a rich gravy made with ground roasted peanuts, coriander seeds, cinnamon and cardamom pods. The Andhra cuisine is mostly spicy and rich. They prefer to use ground spice in most of their dishes. Serve the Andhra Style Munakkada Masala Kura Recipe along with Kollu Rasam Recipe (Nourishing HorseGram Stew), Steamed Rice and Chow Chow Thoran to enjoy weekday dinner. If you are ...

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Narthangai Curry | Sweet and Sour Citron fruit Curry

Narthangai Curry in the South Indian cuisine, especially tamil cuisine, citron is widely used in pickles and preserves. Here is delicious sweet and sour recipe of this fruit that can be had with steamed rice, dosa's or even along with phulka's. In Tamil, the unripe fruit is referred to as 'Narthangai', which is usually salted and dried to make a preserve. The tender leaves of the plant are used with chilli powder and other spices to make a powder, called Veppilakatti or Narthellai podi. Both ...

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