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.
Goan Moolyacho Ross is a traditional Goan preparation. Ross means Goan curry and moolo means radish. This curry is similar to Goan drumstick curry or sangacho ross, but to this curry mom does not add black pepper seeds. You can have this curry with steamed rice, rava fried vegetable, stir fry or bhaji, kokum kadi, papad and salad to have a simple Goan veg lunch. This curry may appear simple, but it is nutritious as radish is loaded with fibre, vitamin B6 and folic acid which are very good for health. ...
Cauliflower or Gobi as it is known in Hindi, is a favourite winter time vegetable in North India. It is stuffed inside a delicious paratha or cooked along with vegetables like potatoes(aloo), peas(matar) to be served as an interesting side dish. Now a days, Gobi is available through out the year, there by allowing us to consume this wonderful vegetable any time. In South India, 'Gobi' is more loved as a crunchy snack. The cauliflower (Gobi) is full of nutrients, vitamins and fibre. In this recipe, ...
Odiya Style Chana Dal cooked With Potato And Pumpkin is a very sought-after dish in every Odia household. This Chana Dal With Potato And Pumpkin Curry Recipe is a dal liked by all for its amazing taste of spicy dal blended with sweetness of pumpkin. It is a nutritious and a wholesome dish which goes very well with rice or poori. This dal is prepared with Buta dali or Chana dal or Bengal gram, along with bay leaf, potato, pumpkin, ginger, and coconut, mostly on festive occasions and does not include ...
The Cauliflower and Vegetable Curry is a simple and delectable combination of steamed vegetables in an almond gravy, with the mild spices and low-fat milk cream. The addition of homemade Raita for a weeknight dinner or even parties.
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Ringan Ravaiya Recipe (Parsi Style Stuffed Eggplant Recipe) is a typical Parsi style stuffed eggplant with the authentic spice which is the " dhansak masala " along with other accompaniments like coconut and pearl onions. The eggplant is then pressure-cooked in order to bring out its succulent texture and it is then dipped in a rich and tangy curry made from coconut and tamarind. Then finally simmered with its own spices.
It can be made for used as lunch box.
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Goan Chana Ros is a vegetarian dish from Goan cuisine made with dried white peas (safed vatana). In Ros recipes, we add freshly grated coconut, instead of roasted coconut which is used for many other Goan dishes. Simply roast the spices and grind along with freshly grated coconut and add to the boiled white peas to prepare this recipe. Serve Goan Chana Ros recipe with steamed rice, Kelyachyo Fodi (banana) to have a nice Goan vegetarian meal. You can also serve chana Ros with bread and rotis, but ...
Beans and Matki Bhaji (curry) is a simple Maharashtrian style curry made using green beans and sprouted moth beans. This no-onion/garlic side dish is part of many festive fares. The simple curry is spice with Goda masala. You can add sprouted moong beans to it along with moth beans. Usually kokum syrup or dried kokum skin is used as a souring agent. You can substitute it with tamarind pulp. Beans and Matki Bhaji can be served with roti,rice or bhakri or can be served on its own as a snack topped ...
Chettinad Style Prawn Biryani Recipe is a South Indian version that is cooked with assorted spices and given the authentic Chettinad flavors by a wide usage of shallots, black pepper and coconut. Chettinad of cooking is an integral part of South Indian Cuisine, the rustic flavors of South India brings and amazing texture, flavor, and aroma to the food preparations. Chettinad spices are used both in vegetarian and nonvegetarian cooking and leave an equal impact on both versions. Typically ...
Chettinad Vendakkai Saddam or Bhindi Rice is a delicious South Indian Chettinad style preparation of the rice that is spicy, tangy and delicious. The rice is spiced with black pepper, small baby onions and gets its tanginess from the tamarind. The Chettinad Vendakkai Saddam makes a perfect one meal dish, that you can serve with raita for a weeknight dinner.
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The Baingan Musallam Recipe, is a delicious brinjals/eggaplnt that is simmered and cooked in a spicy and tangy tomato gravy. The addition of cream and along with the spices make it a rich and delicious Mughali dish. You can either use small brinjal and deep fry them, or like we have done, cut them into long wedges and pan roast them, making it a healthier alternative.
Serve the Baingan Musallam Recipe along with Vegetable Yakhni Pulao Recipe and Burani Raita for a delicious dinner for parties.
Narali Bhaat Recipe is a delicious sweetened coconut rice that is typically prepared in Maharashtra on the occasion of Narali Poornima - a full moon day during the auspicious month of Shravan, when coconuts are offered to the sea. This Coconut Rice is sweetened with jaggery, is made to celebrate the day that marks the end of the monsoon and the beginning of the fishing season once again.
The fisherfolk offer prayers and honour Varuna, the Lord of the Sea, invoking good luck and prosperity as ...
Barnyard Millet and Ragi Khichdi Recipe is a wholesome twist to a traditional Khichdi where we make a mish mash of millets or millets and lentils with an optional addition of vegetables. Every family has a favorite way to make a Khichdi. Some make it in a dry form and a few other make the Gadelu (semi gravy like). At home we often serve the Khichdi along with Kadhi and a Batata Nu Shaak.
Serve the Barnyard Millet and Ragi Khichdi along with Batata Nu Shaak (Aloo Tamatar Sabzi) for ...
Kuthiraivali also known as the Barnyard millet is a wholesome grain that can be used to make a variety of dishes. It makes a great substitute for rice as well. Sweet pongal when made from the barnyard millet gets cooked easily and tastes delicious along with jaggery and cardamom.
Serve the Kuthiraivali Sakkarai Pongal as a wholesome sweet after a delicious Indian lunch or even serve it as a snack for kids.
Hare Chane Ka Pulav is a easy, quick and light on stomach recipe which you can prepare in less than 30 minutes for your lunch or dinner. One can also prepare this one pot dish for house parties or when you have sudden guest at your home. Hare Chane makes it taste a bit different and makes it more flavourful.
Serve Hare Chane Ka Pulav with Burani Raita for a healthy and light meal.
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Capsicum Bath is an easy, simple and yummy rice recipe which is perfect when you want to cook something in a jiffy or one of those days when you are in no mood to cook. This recipe is easy and hardly takes 15 minutes to get ready. This dish is also ideal for your lunch box, if you are looking ways to use the leftover rice.
Serve Capsicum Bath with Lauki Raita, Beetroot Raita, Burani Raita or any other Raita of your choice.
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Curry Fried Quinoa Rice Recipe is a quick and healthy recipe which can be made with one-day old quinoa and brown rice. This recipe is a great combination of vegetables and quinoa and works great for kids lunch boxes too.
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Sago Khichdi is one of the tastiest recipes which is made especially during the fasting days. It is mostly preferred on Navratri fasting days or on Shivratri. But you can enjoy this savoury on any day in breakfast or as a snack as well. Soaked sago pearls or tapioca is sauteed with bite-sized potatoes and peanuts to prepare the dish. To this white pearl beauty, we have added a few red pearls (pomegranate kernels) and it definitely took the dish to another level.
Serve Sago Khichdi on its own or ...
Delicious and low calorie meal, enjoy this amazing combination of low calorie food in your lunch or in your dinner. To balance the quantity of fiber in our body, Whole Green Moong Khichdi is the perfect option with this delicious Palak Ki Kadhi. Kadhi is a spicy dish whose thick gravy is based on Gram flour (Besan) and contains vegetable fritters called Pakoras, to which sour yogurt is added to give it a little sour taste.
Serve Moong Ki Khichdi with Gujarati Kadhi for a light and healthy meal.
Tomato Rice With Basil is a delicious fusion recipe where rice is cooked with tomatoes with a twit of basil. The rich and delicious taste of this rice makes it a great dish to serve for house parties or weekend dinners.
Serve Tomato Rice With Basil on its own or with a raita of your choice.
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Mango Rice is a variety rice that has the punch of mango in it. Summer season is on and mangoes and raw mangoes have started to come up in the market.This Mango Rice Recipe can be had for lunch and even packed for kids lunch box. Mango Rice recipe is tangy in taste. This combination of mango and coconut go hand on hand with the rice and come is a wonderful dish that can be served for lunch.
You can serve mango rice with spicy potato roast or any kind of vegetable curry with ...
Ragi Sankati also known as Ragi Mudda is made from cooked rice and ragi flour (finger millet flour). Serve it with any spicy curry veg or non veg it tastes equally good. If you have some cooked rice on hand then ragi Sankati can be made in 15 minutes. Its an excellent way to use up the leftover rice too. If you want you make it vegan avoid using ghee.
Did you know- Ragi besides being fortified with calcium and soluble fibre is believed to be natural body coolant. During summers when sun is ...
Oh yes! You read it right. Today’s recipe is cauliflower fried rice which can be cooked within 15 minutes. Well actually there is no actual rice in this recipe. It is just made with grated or shredded cauliflower which resembles rice. The same procedure of making fried rice is followed to make this cauliflower fried rice, hence the name. This is a low-carb and healthy recipe which can be prepared in a jiffy and packed in the lunch box too.
Did you know- Cauliflower is rich in vitamin C and since ...
Vaangi Bhaat or Brinjal Rice is a quintessential Maharashtrian rice preparation made using Brinjals, flavoured with some spices. Usually the purple-black variety of Brinjals is used. Like most recipes, there are many variations of Vaangi Bhaat too. This no onion/garlic preparation is simple and is part of many festivities. The Vaangi Bhaat spice mix can be made ahead and stocked.
Serve Vaangi Bhaat with Lauki Raita, Burani Raita or any other Raita of your choice.
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Dal Chawal is an all time comfort food all over India. Dal is prepared made differently in every home and every cook's hands. This recipe is the very famous Dal Chawal with a slight twist!
Serve Khatti Meethi Dal Chawal on its own with a papad for a weeknight meal.
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