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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Ringna Batata Nu Shaak Recipe- Aloo Baingan Ki Sabzi Recipe

Ringna Batata Nu Shaak also known as Aloo Baingan ki Sabzi is a popular sabzi in every Gujarati household.  Potatoes and Brinjals are a classic combination cooked in everyday spices and a rich tomato puree.  Brinjal is one such vegetable that gets cooked until it is almost blended as gravy with subtle pieces of purple that stand out. Potatoes get paired with many vegetables like brinjal making it one of the staple ingredients in Gujarati cuisine.  Serve the Aloo Baingan Ki Sabzi ...

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Padipe Saasmi Recipe - Udupi Style Amaranth Leaves Curry With Coconut & Tamarind

Cuisine of our country is amazing and the variety of spinach we get is even better. Variety of spinach used in different kind of dishes and in all the cuisines of India makes our culinary culture rich and amazing. This coconut tamarind based thick spinach curry called Padipe Saasmi is famous Udupi Style Curry that is made using red amaranth leaves (harivesoppu). The coconut masala gives a nice thick consistency to the curry and this dish is made with no onion or garlic, it’s a delicious and healthy ...

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Chettinad Mutton Chops Kuzhambu Recipe-Mutton Chops Curry

Chettinad Mutton Chops Kuzhambu is a spicy and delicious mutton chops dish which has a twist of flavor packed Chettinad style curry. If you are a spice lover you should definitely try this recipe for your weekend dinners. Its a perfect dish to serve during the house parties and your family and friends will love it for sure. Serve Chettinad Mutton Chops Kuzhambu with Steamed Rice, Dosa or Phulkas for weekend dinners. If you like this recipe, you can also try other gravy based recipes such as South ...

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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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Khandeshi Dal Recipe

Khandeshi Dal is definitely a new name for almost everyone, specially who is not familiar with the typical Maharashtrian cuisine. Yes, Khandeshi Cuisine is one of the Maharashtrian Regional Cuisine. Khandeshi cuisine is quite spicy, simple and flavorful. I'm going to share, one of the simple but delicious recipe of Dal today from a unique Khandeshi Cuisine. It is a good replacement to the regular dal we cook in our kitchen. The aroma of the Pakka-Masala being roasted is truly amazing and that's the ...

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Carrot Cauliflower Peas Sabzi Recipe - Gajar Gobi Matar Sabzi

Carrot Cauliflower Peas Sabzi Recipe is made in a minimalist way and yet is full of flavour and tastes delicious. Carrots, cauliflower and peas are sauteed and simmer in a oil flavoured with ajwain, an whole spices like pepper, bay leaves and cardamon. It's a simple and saatvik recipe that brings in the flavours of the vegetables into the palate. Serve this delicately flavoured Carrot Cauliflower Peas Sabzi Recipe with Lahsuni Palak Dal,  Ragi Wheat Phulka and Methi ...

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Masala Akki Roti Recipe - Spicy Rice Flour Flatbread

The Masala Akki Roti Recipe is a delicious spicy flat bread from Karnataka that is made from rice flour. The akki roti makes a great vegan and gluten free breakfast option. Made from rice flour, shredded vegetables and spices, the Akki Roti makes for an excellent tea time snack when you have sudden guests at home. There are different variations and recipes to make akki roti across Karnataka. This recipe is a simple recipe which even beginners can follow and make delicious foolproof akki rotis. We ...

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Jolada Ganji Recipe (Jowar Savoury Porridge)

'Jolada' means Jowar/sorghum, a gluten free grain. This traditional dish, the 'Jolada Mudde' is a North Karnataka  breakfast special. It is tasty and can be cooked within a few minutes. Mixing the jowar flour in water or thin buttermilk without lumps and then adding it to the tempered mixture of green chillies , onions and curry leaves gives this dish a smooth texture. Though this dish is popularly called as 'Mudde' means balls /rounds , it is often served in a semi solid consistency. When less ...

Mangalorean Padengi Gassi Recipe - Green Moong Dal Curry

The Mangalorean Padengi Gassi Recipe is a wholesome curry that is made from Sprouted Green Moong Dal. The Gassi is a delicious dish from the Mangalore Cuisine, that is made with roasted coconut and chillies, and cooked along with tamarind giving this curry a tangy and rich taste and flavor. Serve the Mangalorean Padengi Gassi Recipe/ Green Moong Dal Gassi along with Kadalai Manoli, Ghee Rice and Butter Milk to make a delicious lunch or dinner for your ...

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Milagu Sadam Recipe (Instant Pepper Rice)

I consider the variety in rice dishes is a blessing! When you are in a hurry to cook up a meal or too lazy to make an elaborate meal, the variety of rice dishes come handy. Not just that, variety rice recipes works fantastic for left over rice. I can safely call it instant rice dish( all you need is left over rice to be ready in hand). Among all the variety rice recipes, Milagu Sadam or Instant pepper rice is the most simplest. It’s a straight forward dish which uses minimal, common ingredients ...

Bajra Matar Ki Khichdi (Gluten Free Breakfast Recipe)

Bajra Matar Ki Khichdi is a common breakfast recipe prepared in the states of Haryana and Rajasthan. When one thinks of a salivating creamy dish for breakfast, Khichdi tops the list. Bajra Matar Ki Khichdi is a satiating dish which is beautifully flavored with spices and with a creamy consistency. Health benefits of Pearl Millets make it a perfect choice for diabetic persons and it is gluten free too. Bajra Khichdi is a wholesome option as Pearl millets are high in starch content, making it a high-energy ...

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Konkani Style Southe Koddel Recipe-Mangalore Cucumber in Coconut curry

Konkani Style Southe Koddel Recipe is an authentic recipe from the coastal region of Karnataka. It is a creamy and tangy curry simmered with Mangalore cucumber. The curry is then seasoned well with some crispy curry leaves and Crackled mustard seeds. Southe means Mangalore cucumber in Konkani and Koddel refers to coconut curry. This recipe is made preferably in the monsoon season as it is very comforting to be eaten along with some steamed rice. Serve the Konkani Style Southe Koddel Recipe along ...

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Aloo Bhindi Sabzi Recipe - Potatoes Lady's Finger Stir Fry

Aloo Bhindi Sabzi Recipe is a combination of potatoes and lady's finger/ Bhindi/ Okra cooked separately and combined together with spices. This sabzi makes a perfect vegetable as a side dish with phulka's and kadhi. Different regions of India make it in many different ways, go ahead make your own modifications to the method to suit your palate. Did you know: Okra is a low-calorie vegetable and contains no saturated fat or cholesterol. They are rich sources of dietary fiber, ...

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Jowar Atta Roti Recipe - Sorghum Wheat Phulka Recipe

Jowar Atta Roti Recipe is a must try Indian bread that you can serve along with Indian curries and sabzi. To make the Jowar Atta Roti equal portion of jowar flour and wheat flour is mixed together with some salt, water and oil. Adding atta helps to roll the rotis easily. These rotis are best enjoyed hot fresh out of the tawa. Did you know:Jowar is a millet which is rich in protein, iron and copper and it plays a crucial role in cellular function and repair. The rich quantity of potassium present ...

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Keerai Karamani Kuzhambu- Spinach Black Eyed Beans Curry Recipe

If you are looking for a calcium rich recipe then you must make this tasty Palak Lobia Curry. Cooked lobia or black eyed beans are simmered in a gravy made with dry roasted spices, coconut and tamarind paste. This curry tastes great with roti and rice. Did you know: It contains almost all essential vitamins and minerals including vitamin A, B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, C, folic acid, iron, potassium, magnesium, calcium, selenium, sodium, zinc, copper, phosphorus, etc. Serve the Keerai Karamani ...

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Vendakkai Podi Curry Recipe - Vendakkai Poriyal

Vendakkai Podi Curry also known as the Vendakkai Poriyal is a delicious South Indian dish made with the combination of fresh lady fingers spiced with sambar powder and paruppu podi. It is super simple and easy to make and absolutely delicious to eat as well.    Serve Vendakkai Podi Curry along with Jeera rasam and Steamed Rice for a simple and easy weeknight dinner. If you are looking for more Vendakkai/ Lady's Finger Recipes you must try some of our other favorites.   Chettinad ...

Green Beans Paruppu Usili Recipe - Iyengar Style

Green Beans Paruppu Usili is a wholesome and high protein side dish which is served along with a mor kuzhambu or vatha kuzhambu. Toor Dal is soaked and ground along with red chillies, turmeric and salt and then steamed to make dal cakes also known as paruppu idli. Once the dal is steamed, it is crumbled and tossed along with asafoetida, curry leaves and steamed vegetables. Serve Green Beans Paruppu Usili along with Sundakkai / Manathakkali Kai Vathal Kuzhambu Recipe and Steamed Rice for a ...

Appalam Vatha Kuzhambu Recipe - Papad In Tamarind Gravy

The Appalam Vatha Kuzhambu is a classic south indian preparation which has delicate flavours from the papad and the onions along with sambar powder simmered to make a spicy and tangy curry.  You can use any papad of your choice, however the ulundu appalam or the urad dal papad tastes best in this vathal kuzhambu. Serve the Appalam Vatha Kuzhambu along with hot Steamed Rice, Bean Paruppu Usili and Elai Vadam for simple and delicious weekend lunch. If you like this recipe, ...

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Karwar Style Muga Ambat Recipe (Moong Sprouts in Coconut Curry)

Karwar Style Muga Ambat Recipe (Moong Sprouts in Coconut Curry) is a curry recipe made from 'Muga' - which refers to the green gram which is mostly sprouted and used in recipes.The sprouted green gram is full of nutrients and is rich in fiber. Even during special occasions like marriages, the green gram curry is served as a side dish to be enjoyed along with rice. Karwar, is a small town near Goa, and boasts of it's unique and distinct cuisine. As it is a coastal town, lots of coconuts and tropical ...

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Fusion Style Paneer Malai Makhani Recipe

Paneer Malai Makhani Recipe is a quick and simple recipe to cook for dinners or lunch boxes on weekdays. Since I love the spices of South India and Srilanka, I have fused the spices and method of cooking into this paneer malai makhani recipe. Serve Paneer Malai Makhani Recipe with Pudina Tawa Paratha or phulkas with Indian Style Black Chickpea Salad Recipe for a complete meal. If you like this recipe, you might also like Palak Paneer (Spinach in Cottage Cheese ...

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Andhra Gongura Pachadi Recipe - Andhra Style Sorrel Leaves Chutney

Andhra Gongura Pachadi or this Andhra style chutney made of sorrel leaves an authentic delicacy typical to Telugu cuisine. It is an important part of every festive meal or feast. Although these leaves are called different names in different regions, the nutritional properties of sorrel leaves remain constant. Did you know: Sorrel leaves are rich in iron, vitamins, folic acid and antioxidants, these leaves are highly recommended for patients of heart conditions and diabetes. This Gongura Pachadi ...

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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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Kurkuri Bhindi With Spicy Tomato Yogurt Gravy Recipe

Kurkuri Bhindi With Spicy Tomato Yogurt Gravy is a lip smacking side dish which can be served with any dal or kadhi for a wholesome meal. It is spicy, tangy and the crispy bhindi in it adds to the taste and flavour. Serve Kurkuri Bhindi With Spicy Tomato Yogurt Gravy along with Panchmel Dal, Phulkas and Rice for a perfect weekday meal. If you like this recipe, you can also try other Vegetable gravy recipes such as Achari Paneer Recipe Spicy Matar Masala Recipe Maharashtrain Kulith Shengole ...

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