The Indian cuisine has a wide variety of regional cuisines native to India. These cuisines use locally available spices, herbs, vegetables and fruits. Indian food is also heavily influenced by religious and cultural choices and traditions. North Indian like Punjabi, Gujarati, Bengali, South Indian are the most popular names of cuisines. But when you go deeper into these regions, you will find more interesting ones like Mughlai, Awadhi, Chettinad, Goan, Marathi, Pahadi and more. Find these and many more collections of quick and easy regional Indian Recipes and start cooking right away.
Raita is a curd based dish served as accompaniment with Indian meals. Here we are making Fruity Nutty raita. It is a combination of carrot, orange and walnut with curd. It is so easy that it takes hardly a few minutes to prepare. And if you prepare it for parties it will be the centre of attraction. It has richness of dry fruits, therefore it is good to include it in your diet. A raita full of energy and full of taste. Try it and you will regret for not trying it before!
Carrot Orange Walnut Raita ...
Coconut Yogurt is a dairy-free variant of regular cow's milk yogurt and easier to make at home than you think. This is perfect for anyone with dairy-related allergies or anyone following a vegan diet.
Serve Vegan Coconut Yogurt along with Quinoa Vangi Bath for a perfect weekday lunch or dinner.
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Senai or Elephant Yam is one of those vegetables which is very high in fibre. There are various ways to prepare this dish and one of my favourite is the Senai Pachadi or Elephant Yam raita. Generally, elephant yam is fried as a curry or chips. This is completely the boiled version of using the elephant yam and it is very healthy. Along with Indian meals, Senai Pachadi can also be served as a dip for Italian or any other western dishes without garnishing.
Serve Senai Pachadi along with Mixed Vegetable ...
Bhindi Raita (Okra Salad) is a delicious side dish made by adding spiced curd to crisp okra slices. This is a no onion/garlic recipe is fairly simple and is a refreshing treat for Bhindi lovers/non-lovers alike. You can either pan fry the Bhindi slices or Microwave or air fry till crisp.
Serve Bhindi Raita with roti or Rice and Panchmel Dal for a light everyday meal.
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Beetroot pachadi recipe is very good accompaniment for rice and it is usually prepared by people in Kerala during Onam feast. The beetroot pachadi has light sweetness, sourness and spiciness. This pachadi has a pleasing pink colour and prepared by adding curd to the cooked beetroot. Serve this Kerala Style Beetroot Pachadi Recipe during a meal along with steamed rice, Vendakkai Uppadan and Jack Fruit Seeds Stir Fry Recipe.
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