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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Mixed Sprouts In Chettinad Masala Recipe

Mixed Sprouts In Chettinad Masala Recipe is a delicious sprouts dish cooked in an aromatic chettinad masala. The chettinad masala is freshly roasted and prepared and has a strong flavour of pepper in it, making it spicy. It is simple yet delicious dish to cook within no time. Sprouts are healthy to include in our diets as they are the high source of proteins. They are either eaten raw in the form of salads or cooked into a curry, making it easy to digest. This Mixed Sprouts In Chettinad Masala ...

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नुव्वुला पचड़ी रेसिपी - Nuvvula Pachadi Recipe

नुव्वुला पचड़ी रेसिपी एक स्वादिष्ट चटनी है जिसमे सफ़ेद तिल का प्रयोग किया जाता है. इसे बनाने में बहुत कम समय लगता है और आप इसे अपने डोसा, इडली, वड़ा या उत्तपम के साथ परोस सकते है.  नुव्वुला पचड़ी रेसिपी को सुबह के नाश्ते के लिए घी रोस्ट डोसा या वड़ा के साथ परोसे।  अगर आपको यह डिश पसंद है तो आप दूसरी चटनी भी बना सकते है, शिमला मिर्च की चटनी रेसिपी  धनिया पुदीना चटनी रेसिपी  टमाटर लहसुन की चटनी रेसिपी 

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Makhana Moongphali Ki Kadhi Recipe - Navratri Fasting/Vrat Recipe

Makhana Moongphali Ki Kadhi Recipe (Navratri Fasting/Vrat Recipe) is a thin yogurt based gravy dipped in with toasted lotus seed. The gravy tastes slightly sour because of the yogurt that has been incorporated into it. Kadhi is most popular in Rajasthan and Gujarat, it is a considered as light dish. Traditionally it is sweeter in taste because of the addition of jaggery or sugar but it cannot be made without sugar also. Serve your hot Makhana Moongphali Ki Kadhi with Sama Khichdi or Palak ...

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Chettinadu Style Potato Kaarakozhambu Recipe

Potato Kaarakozhambu has been a part of some of the best culinary memories of my childhood. Passed on by my grandmother, my mother has become a pro at mastering it. To me it is a vital part of my comfort food list. It is easy to make and is a great dish to make during weekend. Serve Chettinadu Style Potato Kaarakozhambu along with Steamed Rice, Beetroot Thoran and Elai Vadam for a weekday meal. If you like this recipe, you can also try other South Indian Potato recipes such as Chettinad Style ...

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Hyderabadi Khadi Masoor Ki Dal (Hyderabadi Style Lentil Curry)

Hyderabadi Khadi Masoor Ki Dal is yet another comforting dal variety in India's immense repertoire of lentil preparations. Dal, roti, chawal aur achar is my ultimate comfort food and I can survive on this menu for days. Khadi Masoor Ki Dal is one of my most favourite recipes because it is easy to make, yet has intense flavours and is delicious when served with a simple meal of Rice and Papad with Pickle. Have you also tried these other regional varieties of dal like Egg Masoor Dal, Maa Ki Dal, Varan ...

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Andhra Style Kandagadda Vepudu Recipe - Yam Stir Fry Recipe

Andhra Style Kandagadda Vepudu Recipe (Yam Stir Fry Recipe) is a typical Andhra style of cooking a dish. The word “Vepadu” literally translates to stir fry in Andhra. So therefore any ingredient that has been tossed and fried with Indian masala can be called as vepadu in Andhra cuisine. In this recipe we used Yam which is called in different names in Indian language such as, Kandagadda, Chenai Kezhangu, Suran etc. It is a root vegetable that has good for instant energy. Serve the Andhra Style ...

Lemon Rice Recipe - Elumichai Sadam/Chitranna

The Lemon Rice Recipe also known as Elumichai Sadam in Tamil or Chitranna in Karnataka is a rice that is packed with flavors from lemon, green chillies and curry leaves. Different flavored rice is a very popular way of reusing leftover rice from the previous day. Making use of leftover rice, makes it easy to pack your lunch box for work or school.  Serve the Lemon Rice (Elumichai Sadam/Chitranna) along with papad and tomato onion raita, or plain yogurt. If you like this recipe, try ...

Karnataka Style Harive Soppu Bendi Recipe (Amaranth Leaves Cooked in Coconut Broth)

Karnataka Style Harive Soppu Bendi Recipe is basically Amaranth Leaves Cooked in Coconut Broth. Bendi means broth in Kannada. Harive Soppu Bendi is a simple yet flavourful. The freshly prepared coconut paste is added to the cooked spinach and finished with a simple south indian tempering. It is easy to make and is a wonderful dish to include in summers, as it is mildly spiced and lighter on the tummy. Serve the Harive Soppu Bendi Recipe (Karnataka Style Amaranth Leaves Cooked in Coconut Broth) ...

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Beerakaya Tomato Koora Recipe (Andhra Style Ridge Gourd Curry)

Beerakaya Tomato Koora Recipe is a delectable Andhra style ridge gourd cooked in a tomato based gravy. It is spicy and colourful. Ridge gourd is low in saturated fat, cholesterol and calories that aids in weight loss. Ridge gourd juice is used to heal jaundice and to strengthen the immune system against any infection.  Serve the Beerakaya Tomato Koora Recipe along with Phulkas or Steamed Rice with Elai Vadam for a light weekday lunch. If you like this recipe, you can also try other Andhra ...

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Radish Leaves Pachadi Recipe

Radish Leaves Pachadi Recipe is a healthy South Indian side dish recipe which is diabetic friendly too. Radish greens are a source of wholesome health and a low-calorie food. Serve Radish Leaves Pachadi Recipe as a side dish with dosa, steamed rice, or chapati. Here are more interesting chutney recipes to try Tomato Onion Chutney Recipe With Coconut And Mint Kathirikkai Thogayal Recipe Beetroot Chutney Recipe Ripe Guava Chutney Recipe

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Kashmiri Style Paneer Masala Recipe

Kashmiri Style Paneer Masala Recipe is a made with toasted paneer cubes soaked in tomato and yogurt gravy flavored with whole some spice. Kashmir Cuisine uses a lot of whole spices in their gravy and prefer to have a rich gravy texture.The gravy is usually had along with Kashmir Style Mudor Pulao which makes it a perfect lunch meal. Serve Kashmiri Style Paneer Masala Recipe along with Kashmiri Modur Pulao with pomegranate to enjoy your Sunday Meal.  If you are looking for more paneer ...

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Kongunadu Style Senai Kilangu Masala Recipe - Yam in Spicy Gravy

Kongunadu Style Senai Kilangu Masala Recipe (Yam in Spicy Gravy) is a recipe that is from Tamil Nadu. Kongunadu is a part of Tamil Nadu cuisine which is famous for its spicy flavor. In this recipe we have used different spice mixtures that are roasted well and ground into a spicy paste and cooked along with yam. Yam is a kind of root vegetable that has a meaty texture and flavor which goes really well with the ground spice mixture. The vegetables is rich in dietary fiber which is very essential ...

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Suran Kofta Curry Recipe - Yam Kofta Curry

This delicious Suran Kofta Curry Recipe, is a sattvic recipe as the kofta curry is made without the use of onion and garlic and cooked in a delicious and mildly spiced tomato curry. The koftas are cooked in a paniyaram pan using less oil, yet they are made crisp on the outside and soft inside.  Suran/Elephant foot /yam is a versatile vegetable that can be cooked in various ways. It is more easily available during the winter season. They are known to help the digestive system as it is high in ...

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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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Methi Lachha Paratha Recipe

Methi Lachha Paratha Recipe is one of the Basic staple food from the North part of India. It comes under the category of thepla, but in this recipes, we have added a twist by folding it and rolling it so that it becomes flakier. By adding methi leaves (fenugreek leaves) to the dough it not only differs in flavor but also has its own benefits. By consuming these leaves in our regular diet, it will help us in providing a good amount of calcium and Iron. You know oil is a very essential part of our ...

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Fish Molee Recipe - Kerala Style Fish Curry

Fish Molee is one traditional Kerala Cuisine based Fish Stew recipe. The addition of coconut milk and exotic spices gives a nice aromatic and light sense to it. Kerala Style Fish Molee goes perfectly with Steamed Rce to enjoy a weekday meal. Serve Fish Molee along with Appams or Steamed Rice for a simple weekday Lunch. You can also make it for your weekend Lunch with other Kerala recipes. If you like this recipe, here are a few more Fish Recipes that you can try in your ...

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Goan Kaju Curry Recipe (Spicy Goan Cashew Nut Curry)

Goan Kaju Curry is yet another delicious dish from the western coast of India or the Konkan region. Goan Kaju Curry is normally made using the best quality goan cashew nuts and served as a vegetarian delicacy in goan weddings and parties. The Goan Kaju curry is made by following the traditional style of goan cooking which consists of roasting grated coconut along with onion, garlic and spices and addition of tamarind. Tamarind is used as a souring agent in most of the Goan dishes. Serve this Goan ...

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Ilish Pulao Recipe - Bengali Style Hilsa Fish Pilaf

Ilish Pulao Recipe (Bengali Style Hilsa Fish Pilaf) is an extremely fragrant and delicious Bengali style Fish Pilaf cooked with Ilish mach or Hilsa. This flavoursome Bangladeshi delicacy is one of the traditional dishes of Bangladesh. This popular Bengali fish pilaf has quite unique combination of earthy flavours of fresh ilish and classic taste of Bengali gota groom moshla (whole garam masala). Here Ilish or Hilsa is cooked in Mishti Doi and Coconut milk along with rice and ...

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Palak Tambuli Recipe (Udupi Style Spinach Tambli)

Palak Tambuli is a spinach based gravy recipe from Udupi, Karnataka. It is a simple, healthy and comforting side dish. Tambuli with green leafy vegetables are neither spicy nor oily. Tambuli is a light, nutritious, mild and soothing recipe, served with hot rice and pickle for simple dinner. If you like this recipe, look here for more similar recipes Yellow Pumpkin Dal Recipe Aloo Methi Masala Recipe | Potato & Fenugreek curry Beetroot Garlic Lemon Rasam Recipe Lemongrass Coconut Rice Recipe ...

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Stuffed Palak Paneer Paratha

Stuffed Palak Paneer Paratha is a protein packed dish made using spinach/palak and paneer as main ingredients. The added flavors of spices just enrich the parathas even more. We have used freshly made paneer, tossed it in kasuri methi leaves and some spices giving it that delicate taste and flavour to these palak paneer parathas. These parathas are cooked in a Nutralite Classic Spread with have 0% Cholesterol and are enriched with Omega3.  Serve Palak Paneer Paratha along with Boondi Raita ...

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Masoor Dal Gassi Recipe - Lentils in Tangy Coconut Curry

The Masoor Dal Gassi Recipe is a spicy, tangy gravy made with whole masoor dal with the skins on, is a typical Mangalorean specialty. Gassi is a staple curry in the Mangalore and Malnad areas of Karnataka that is essentially made of fresh spices ground down with coconut to form the base of the gravy.  Did You Know: Masoor dal contains high levels of proteins, including the essential amino acids isoleucine and lysine. Apart from a high level of proteins, masoor dal also contains dietary fibre, ...

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Masala Couscous Pulao Recipe

Couscous is a staple of North African cuisine and is a dish of steamed balls of semolina usually served with stew on top. Traditional couscous is prepared with semolina, but in recent days, it is prepared with wheat and barley. Coarsely ground wheat is moistened, rolled into small balls and dusted off with wheat flour. Couscous is not only meant for pilaf or to be served with stew, but it can be used as a substitute for rice to cut down calories. Try this masala couscous pulao – Israeli couscous ...

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Kuvale Sasam Recipe - Konkani Ash Gourd Curry

Kuvale Sasam Recipe is essentially a Konkani Style Ash Gourd Curry made with a curry of coconut, red chillies and mustard seeds that adds sharpness to the dish.  The ash gourd is pressure cooked and then combined along with this freshly ground masala and finished off with a lovely tadka of mustard seeds, red chillies and crispy curry leaves that add character to the dish.  Did you know: Ash Gourd is a highly nutritive vegetable packed with vitamin B and C along with minerals like ...

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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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