Indian cuisine encompasses a wide variety of regional cuisines native to India. Given the range of diversity in soil type, climate and culture, the cuisines across regions vary significantly from each other. Every cuisine and almost every region, uses its own available spices, herbs, vegetables and fruits. Indian food is also heavily influenced by religious and cultural choices, traditions and festivals that are passed on from generations.

A traditional Indian diet in India typically consists of dals, vegetables, fruits, grains, dairy products and more. In this section you will find more than 1000+ main course recipes spread over North Indian Vegetarian Recipes, South Indian Vegetarian Recipes, Rice Recipes, Non Veg Recipes and much more. Below are some of the collections.

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Chikkudukaya Vepudu Recipe-Broad Beans Masala Poriyal

Chikkudukaya Vepudu Recipe is a delicious side dish recipe made with Chikkudukaya also known as Broad beans in English and Sem in Hindi. The Chikkudukaya Vepudu is made with simple and yet delicate flavours from the onion,ginger and garlic sauteed along with tomatoes and simple masala. Chikkudukaya Vepudu Recipe is simple to make and is a high fibrous vegetable which helps in Lowering cholesterol.  Broad beans are rich source of folate, iron and zinc and its good to include them ...

Mangalorean Style Ambe Upkari Recipe - Ripe Mango Curry

Mangalorean Style Ambe Upkari Recipe is a spicy, tangy - sweet curry made with ripe mangoes, along with some jaggery, and the addition of simple South Indian spices, and finished off with a classic tadka that instantly lifts up the dish.  Mangalorean Style Ambe Upkari Recipe is usually served as a side dish with a South Indian Meal of Steamed rice, Mangalorean Style Sajjige Rotti, steamed rice, Sprouted Moong Dal Curry and Mangalorean Style Sonay Sukka Recipe (Dry Chickpea ...

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Butter Garlic Naan Recipe - Garlic Flavoured Flatbread

Butter Garlic Naan is one of the most popular flatbreads which is served in most of the Indian restaurants. Traditionally baked in a hot Tandoor oven, this soft, smoky, leavened bread can be easily made at home using a hot iron griddle, on the stove top with almost similar result. The Butter garlic Naan is a very tasty variant of the Naan and is a great change if you wish to indulge in some restaurant style food at home. Serve Butter Garlic Naan with Punjabi Sabut Moong Ki Dal and Dry Methi Malai ...

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Chilli Cheese Paratha Recipe

The Chilli Cheese Paratha Recipe is something that I make when I am short of vegetables at home. This is one of my favorite quick and easy dinners that I make often at home which has a simple set of ingredients and the addition of Britannia Cheese makes it absolutely melt in the mouth delicious.  Chilli Cheese Paratha is a hit with everyone at home especially the kids. You can adjust the spice and the heat in the paratha to suit your kids taste.  Serve Chilli Cheese Paratha Recipe with  ...

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Kumror Chokka Recipe - Kaddu Kala Chana Sabzi | Pumpkin Chickpea Curry

The Kumror Chokka Recipe is a classic Bengali dish which is packed with flavours from panch phoran masala and spices and cooked in mustard oil. Kumror means pumpkin in bengali and is a very commonly used vegetable in the Bengali Cuisine. Pumpkin is a very nutritious vegetable, that is low in calories, rich in Vitamin A, potassium, manganese and lots of other essential minerals.  Serve Kumror Chokka along with Cholar Dal and Bengali Luchi for a delicious and wholesome meal. If you like ...

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Dahi Wale Tinda Ki Sabzi Recipe - Apple Gourd in Yogurt Curry

Dahi Wale Tinda Ki Sabzi Recipe is a light and delicious sabzi that takes only 20 minutes to make. It is packed with simple flavours and when cooked along with spices, yogurt and besan it makes it very refreshing and tasty. Tinda also known as apple gourd, is a versatile vegetable that is popularly cooked in a couple of ways -- the small round ones are usually stuffed with masala or the larger ones made as a simple onion tomato curry. Dahi Wale Tinda here, is easy and quick to make but is a hearty ...

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Karnataka Style Ragi Ujju Rotti Recipe

Karnataka Style Ragi Ujju Rotti Recipe is a simple and easy Indian flat bread recipe made with ragi, the super millet. Quick to make with pre-cooked dough and healthy, Ragi Ujju Rotti are a great breakfast and lunch box idea. Ragi is a good source of protein and high in minerals and it is a great option for diabetics. This Ujju Rotti recipe is perfect way to include ragi in the daily meals for growing toddlers and kids. Serve Karnataka Style Ragi Ujju Rotti Recipe along with Steamed Vegetable in ...

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Bajri Ki Roti Recipe

Bajri Ki Roti Recipe is traditional Indian flatbread prepared with black millet flour. Bajra millet is grown certain parts of Northern India. Thickly rolled these rotis are cooked over charcoal in villages, smeared with plenty of freshly churned white butter and served with Lashun Ki Chutney and onions as a staple for farmers in the area. Extremely nutritious and very high on fibre, millets are a wholesome alternative to carbohydrates. You can serve Bajri Ki Roti with Bharva Baingan, Panchmel Dal and ...

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Chettinad Sura Meen Kuzhambu Recipe (Shark Fish Curry)

Chettinad Sura Meen Kuzhambu aka Shark Fish Curry is a quintessential curry dish from the South Indian Cuisine that goes with Chettinad spices hence it's hot and spicy with the flavours. Typically eaten with plain steamed rice, Shark fish curry is a popular curry dish in entire South India specially Tamil Nadu and Kerala. Shark fish is great in taste and it's believed to be good for breastfeeding mothers as it increases milk supply for the new born. But shark fish also increase body heat, so its ...

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Jhinga Gawar Recipe -Shrimps & Cluster Beans Sabzi

Jhinga Gawar Recipe -Shrimps & Cluster Beans Sabzi is an easy to prepare recipe that gets done in about 30 minutes. Cooked cluster beans and shrimps go very well together. Kids who like shrimps can also be fed with healthy gawar alongside in this sabzi. You can prepare this recipe for a buy weeknight dinner as well. You can also serve it with simple coconut rice and raita. Serve Jhinga Gawar Recipe  along with Lauki Chana Dal  and Phulka Recipe or Makki Ki ...

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Mangalore Style Nurge Gashie Recipe-Spicy Drumstick Curry

Mangalore Nurge Gashie is a spicy drumstick curry which is filled with coastal flavours. In this recipe, drumstick is cooked in thick tamarind gravy that is flavoured with coconut and whole spices. The coconut-tamarind spice paste gives a creamy texture and tangy taste to this dish. Weekend lunch can be made more exciting with the Nurge Gashie when served with steaming hot rice, rotis or parathas. Did you know? Drumstick pods helps to build strong bones, it is very good for pregnant women also. ...

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Beet and Avocado Chapati Recipe

Beet and Avocado Chapati Recipe is a step at bringing the antioxidant properties and minerals of beetroot and healthy smoothness of avocado together. Including Avocado makes these chapatis ultra soft and the fat in it reduces the oil needed for cooking. These super healthy Indian flatbreads are great to be packed for travels and tiffins. Even make them in advance and freeze them in zipping lock covers. Warm them up on a Tawa for 15-30 seconds, add your favorite fillings to wrap. This Beet-Avocado ...

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Kerala Olan Recipe with Pumpkin and Black Eyed Beans - Coconut Milk Vegetable Stew

Kerala Olan Recipe with Pumpkin and Black Eyed Beans is a staple and a simple delicious dish from Kerala that is healthy and nutritious. The Olan recipe is made with yellow pumpkin or the white pumpkin also known as the ash gourd. It’s a mild stew that is delicately spiced with green chillies, flavored with curry leaves and coconut milk. It is also a dish that is served during the Onam Sadya meal of the Onam festival.  Red cow peas or red lobia is used to make the Kerala Olan but you can ...

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Andhra Style Sorakaya Kura Recipe - Bottle Gourd And Toor Dal Recipe

Andhra Style Sorakaya Kura Recipe (Bottle gourd and Toor Dal Recipe) is a one pot dish that can be made in a pressure cooker. The bottle gourd and toor dal is a wonderful combination to make a rich and comforting gravy.”Koora” in Andhra Pradesh refers to any gravy dish that has a vegetable accompanied by a dal. Serve the Andhra Style Sorakaya Kura Recipe along with Tawa Paratha ,or Phulka along with a Carrot and Beans Thoran to go along with your meal.  If you are looking for more ...

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Kathirikai Gothsu / Gotsu Recipe - South Indian Style Spicy and Tangy Eggplant Curry

Kathirikai Gothsu Recipe is a tangy gravy preparation of brinjal/eggplant that is cooked soft with the least amount of spices. Sambar powder is added which makes this recipe mouthwatering. To balance the spicy flavours we have added a little bit of jaggery as well. The Onions, curry leaves, tamarind bring out the flavors of this wonderful dish that is traditionally served along with Ven Pongal.  Kathirikai Gothsu is made in many different ways across South India. Many people ...

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Meen Peera (Kerala Style Fish Recipe With Shredded Coconut)

Meen Peera is a Kerala Style Fish Recipe with shredded coconut. I love Kerala-style fish cooked with coconut and if asked what I’d like for lunch, my first options will be either Kerala Style Fish Curry or this meen peera or meen pattichathu. You can use a variety of fish with bones for this recipe but it works especially well with sardines (also called mathi or chaala). Meen peera is a wonderfully light yet flavourful fish recipe from the God’s Own Country. Can’t wait for my next vacation ...

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Gujarati Methi Thepla- Spiced Indian Flat Bread with Fenugreek Leaves

Gujarati Methi Thepla recipe is one of the many comfort foods to Gujarati’s. If you are on a long distance train or even on a trekking trip and you spot a Gujarati, you will definitely find them with Theplas. Just as said, it’s a great travel food, like a baguette is to the French. You can eat it just about anywhere without any accompaniment and it gives you the satisfaction that you have actually had something substantial to eat. You could serve it for breakfast, in a lunch box with vegetables ...

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Mutton Kola Urundai Recipe - Chettinad Mutton Keema Balls

Mutton Kola Urundai Recipe is a traditional Chettinad recipe. Mutton keema is pre cooked and then mixed along with a kola masala. This kola masala is a spicy masala, made by grinding together whole spices along with fresh coriander and curry leaves and ginger-garlic and green chilli as well.  This kola masala and the keema are held together with the powdered roasted gram dal, and then shaped into balls and deep fried.  The Mutton Kola Urundai can be served as an appetizer or ...

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Puli Koozh Recipe - Rice Flour Porridge In Tamarind

Puli Koozh Recipe is traditional south indian recipe that can be served as breakfast or evening tiffin. It is nothing but the raw rice flour or batter cooked in spiced tamarind water. Puli Koozh Recipe (Rice Flour Porridge In Tamarind) is a delicious recipe that can be served as porridge while it is hot, and served as bits of fudge once cooled. Both ways will tastes heavenly. Serve Puli Koozh Recipe (Rice Flour Porridge In Tamarind) for a morning breakfast or snack. If you like this recipe, ...

Karwar NKGSB style Vataane Ananasaa Shaak Recipe- Pineapple & Whites Peas Sabzi

Karwar NKGSB style Vataane Ananasaa Shaak Recipe- Pineapple & Whites Peas Sabzi is a delicious gravy from the NKGSB cuisine is the, Vataane Ananasaa Shaak Recipe, which is a Sweet And Sour White Peas And Pineapple Sabzi. Safed Vataane refer to dried white peas and ananas means pineapple. Safed Vataane Ananasaa Shaak is another gem from the NKGSB cuisine of Karwar. This cuisine makes a lot of use of seasonal fruits like raw mangoes, ripe mangoes, ambade, pineapple, jackfruit, etc. in the daily ...

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Mangalorean Style Bendekayi Huli Koddel Recipe - Ladies finger Dal without Coconut Recipe

Mangalorean Style Bendekayi Huli Koddel 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 along with steam rice or Phulka for lunch or dinner. If you are looking for more dal recipes here are some:  Gujarati ...

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Bihari Shakarkand Bhujiya Recipe - Spicy Sweet Potato Sabzi

Bihari Shakarkand Bhujiya Recipe is a simple delicious recipe prepared with sweet potatoes, regular potatoes or for that matter arbi as well. This sweet potato is tossed in a kadai with cumin and green chillies along with the touch of turmeric powder and salt. They typically make these Aloo Bhujia really crispy on the outer and soft on the inner, making it like an Indian French fry, which is not deep fried. Prepare this Bihari Shakarkand Bhujiya and serve with Whole Wheat Lachha parathas and Boondi ...

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Doddapatre Tambuli Recipe (Karpooravalli Thayir Pachadi)

Doddapatre Tambuli Recipe is a popular healing, nourishing cold yoghurt curry from Karnataka. Doddapatre, also known as Big Thyme in English, Ajwain leaves in Hindi, Karpooravalli in Tamil, Owa in Marathi and Pani Koorka in Malayalam - is known to have a lot of medicinal values. It has a very distinct smell and flavour to it, which resembles camphor and is known to improve digestion, relieve chest congestion and have overall good health benefits. It also reduces skin related issues when crushed and ...

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Kongunadu Style Arisi Paruppu Sadam Recipe

Kongunadu Style Arisi Paruppu Sadam Recipe, a good combination of toor dal and rice flavoured with curry leaves, mustard seeds and most importantly sambar powder that gives it the extra flavour to the whole dish. This dish is considered as one of the signature recipe from Kongunadu region. Kongunadu is a part of Tamil Nadu Cuisine that is majorly covers the western part of the state. The rice is a good way to add in protein into your diet by combining dal and rice together. Serve the Kongunadu ...

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