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.

Carrot Tadka Raita Recipe- Crunchy Grated Carrot In Yogurt

Carrot Tadka Raita is a highly simple recipe which is a combination of crunchy carrots and yogurt with simple spices. What makes all the difference is the tadka ! The tadka is made of cumin seeds and garlic and adds loads of flavor in the Carrot Tadka Raita. Did you know: Carrots are an excellent source of vitamin A, vitamin C needs and iron. It is the antioxidant beta-carotene that gives carrots their bright orange color. Beta-carotene is absorbed in the intestine and converted into vitamin ...

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Spinach Rice Recipe - Palak Pulao

The Spinach Rice Recipe, is a simple, healthy preparation of cooked rice, with spinach and spices. I most often like to use sambar powder and cardamom powder as the main ingredients to make the spinach rice, but you can use a combination of spices and experiment to suit your taste. The Spinach Rice makes a great lunch box meal filled with nutrition of spinach and rice and can be packed into your kids lunch boxes or your office lunch box with a simple raita or even curd on the side. Serve Spinach ...

Foxtail Millet Paruppu Adai With Keerai Recipe - Foxtail Millet and Lentil Crepes with Spinach

Millet are a versatile grains, which can replace the rice in a number of recipes. Many people find it difficult to consume millets on its own and here is a clever way to sneak the millet into our diets. Foxtail Millet Paruppu Adai With Keerai Recipe is a simple, nutritious and a filling recipe. Adai or the lentil crepes are pretty famous in the South India and is made using multiple dals and rice. It needs no fermentation and hence can be prepared in a jiffy. Here, we have replaced the rice with ...

Arbi Ke Patte Ke Pakode - Colocasia Leaf Rolls Recipe

Arbi Ke Patte Ke Pakode are the deep fried rolls made from colocasia (taro) leaves. Crispy and delicious, they are an ideal snack for Monsoons. They are known with different names in different part of India like Alu Wadi, Arbi Patra, Patyod etc. Though the process of making Arbi Ke Patte Ke Pakode might seem a bit lengthy the steps are easy to follow and the effort is worth it. Apart from the taste colocasia leaves are also high in vitamin and antioxidant. They prevent many diseases and are ...

Kongunadu Style Vetrilai Sadam Recipe - Betel Leaves Rice

Vetrilai Sadam or Betel Nut Leaves Sadam is a traditional Kongunadu special variety rice. It is healthy, flavorful and tasty that gets a peppery flavour from the betel nut leaves. Preparing this rice requires grounded masala that adds the flavor to it. Betel leaves has many health benefits, it is rich in calcium and aids in digestion. This rice has unique flavors of betel leaves and garlic. Did you know: Betel Nut leaves are full of vitamins like vitamin C, B Vitamins and a very good source ...

Potato Sagu Recipe for Rava Idli

Potato bhaji is cooked in various styles across the country. One such version is the potato sagu recipe which is very popular in Karnataka to be served alongside Rava Idlis, Set dosa and others in eateries like darshinis and restaurants.  There is a vegetarian version of this sagu using mixed vegetable which is also popular across Karnataka and is usually served along with puri or set dosa. Serve Potato Sagu Recipe for Rava Idli with Broccoli Rava Idli and Green Coriander ...

Coconut Chutney Recipe- For Idli And Dosa

The Coconut Chutney Recipe uses fresh coconut, ground along with Green Chilies and Roasted Chana along with a dash of Lemon or Yogurt that makes it tangy and opens up your senses. This chutney is very simple to make and a very popular accompaniment for all the breakfast dishes in South Indian.  Serve the South Indian Coconut Chutney Recipe along with Dosa's, Idli's and Vegetable Rava Upma's to enjoy your breakfast meal.  If you are looking for more Chutney recipes ...

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Pyaz Kachori Chaat Recipe

Pyaz Kachori Chaat Recipe is a a popular North Indian Chaat recipe which is made with hot flaky crispy kachoris filled with a masaledar onion and potato filling, topped with creamy curd, crunchy sev and sweet, spicy chutneys.  Each bite has a flavour combination of sweet, spicy and savoury which leaves you wanting more. This recipe is a good snack for kitty parties, birthday parties and festivals like Holi or just any other get-together you plan to host, as it can be easily prepared ahead of ...

Manga Rasam Recipe - Raw Mango Rasam Recipe

Mango Rasam is a tangy, sweet and spicy recipe that is made from mangoes. It is a twist to the traditional rasam recipe.  It is a the perfect recipe for summer season. The Mango Rasam has the perfect balance of sweet, spicy and sour flavours, best served piping hot, making it a great addition to a meal with rice and curry, or even as a soup or palate cleanser. Serve Mango Rasam Recipe along with Steamed Rice, Beetroot Poriyal and Elai Vadam for a weekday meal. If you like this Mango ...

Hesaru Bele Southekayi Kosambari Recipe - Cucumber Kosambari

Hesaru Bele Southekayi Kosambari is common to every Kannadiga family's kitchen. Made with fresh cucumber, yellow moong dal and grated coconut this dish has freshness and health written all over it. Lemon Juice is added and give a slight tangy note to the kosambari. A tempering of curry leaves, hing and green chillies lifts this dish up giving it a nice South Indian flavour.  This kosambari gives a very festive feel as it is compulsorily made during the festivals. One can also have it as an ...

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Chenai Kizhangu Masiyal-South Indian Style Yam Masiyal

Chenai Kizhangu Masiyal is a yam dish, where it is pressure cooked and mashed and made into a masiyal along with peanuts. Hing, mustard seeds, simple spices and curry leaves add great flavour and depth to this dish. This starchy yet fibrous vegetable when flavoured with such earthy simple spices, tastes absolutely delicious.  Yam can be stored for many days without refrigeration and it is a very healthy vegetable. It is a rich source of minerals like potassium, magnesium, selenium, ...

Hing Pani Puri Recipe-Asafoetida Pani Puri

Hing Pani Puri Recipe has a slight twist in the pani flavour. The pani is made with fresh coriander and mint leaves mixed with a delicious flavours of asafoetida. The asafoetida here gives a lovely flavour to the pani. This pani tastes best served chilled along with puris and an aloo stuffing.  Tangy, spicy and crunchy at the same time this Indian chaat is highly addictive. You cannot stop at eating just a few so make sure you make a big batch and enjoy with your family and friends.  Did ...

Bendekayi Puli Koddel Recipe-Ladys Finger In Coconut Tamarind Curry

Bendekayi Puli Koddel Recipe is a simple yet delectable lady's finger curry cooked in freshly made coconut masala. It is spicy, sweet and tangy which makes it a perfect accompaniment with steamed rice. It is usually prepared using ash gourd or pumpkin, however we will be cooking with okras to give it a crunchy texture. Puli Koddel Recipe does not use onions or garlic. We have used garlic for flavour but you can make the recipe without the garlic as well. Serve the Bendekayi Puli Koddel along with ...

Fansi Muthia Nu Shaak Recipe - Green Beans With Gram Flour Dumplings

Fansi Muthia Nu Shaak Recipe is a very famous Gujarati Recipe that has a stir fried green beans and muthia that are made from roasted gram flour. Muthias are nothing but dumplings that add a different texture to the dish when added. These are most commonly used in Gujarati cuisine and are made instantly with just gram flour, chilli powder, salt and shaped into small medium sized cylinder by using your hand. The recipe has simple flavors and spice powders that you can prepare for your everyday cooking. Did ...

Kashmiri Dahi Baingan Recipe

Kashmiri Dahi Baingan Recipe is a lip smacking dish where the eggplant is diced and cooked in a simple yogurt gravy, which ideally is the Kashmiri style of cooking. The recipe calls for the dahi baingan to be cooked in mustard oil that lends a lovely aroma and flavour to the dish. All the spices added in the dish like the fennel seeds, dry ginger powder, cardamom seeds are not overpowering and complement the roasted brinjal beautifully. Kashmiri Dahi Baingan has a just a few steps of cooking ...

Moong Dal Idli Recipe

Moong Dal Idli Recipe is super simple to make. Most people try making idlis at home but sometimes it fails.The result is hard idilis which do not fluff up. This could be because the batter does not ferment properly or the proportions of the ingredients are wrong.  You cannot go wrong with Moong Dal Idli because the proportion is equal parts of rice and equal part of moong dal with a teaspoon of fenugreek seeds. So simple right! The result is a perfect fermented batter which when steamed ...

Green Coriander Coconut Chutney Recipe

Green Coriander Coconut Chutney Recipe is a refreshing and simple to make chutney. The addition of coriander leaves along with fresh coconut, green chillies and lemon juice makes this chutney super delicious. There are many variations to this recipe. No onions and no garlic is used to make this green chutney.It makes for a delectable accompaniment to dishes such as samosas and pakoras, and can even be used as a sandwich spread or served with South Indian Breakfast like idli, dosa. If you are bored ...

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Gilka Bhajji Recipe-Silk Squash Fritters

Slices of Gilka are dipped in a spicy chickpea flour batter and then deep fried to make these sinful Gilka Bhajji Recipe. They are typically made in most Maharashtrian households for a tea time snack or as an accompaniment with Rice-Dal or Kadhi. Carom seeds (Ajwain) not only add flavor but also aid smooth digestion. Gilka Bhajji are addictive and are sure to please even those, who are not very fond of silk gourd/Chinese bitter melon. You can also use Ridge Gourd (Dodka/Turai) instead of Gilka. ...

Sundaikkai Godumai Rava Upma Recipe

Sundaikkai Godumai Rava Upma Recipe is a simple broken wheat upma which is made with Sundaikkai. Sundaikkai or Turkey berries are very good for health particularly very good for blood sugar control.  Serve Sundaikkai Godumai Rava Upma Recipe along with South Indian Coconut Chutney and Masala Chai for a healthy and filling breakfast. If you like this recipe, you can also try other Upma Recipes, that you can make for your everyday breakfast: Puffed Rice Upma Recipe Idli Upma Recipe Broken ...

Vegetarian Tandoori Kebab Recipe

The Vegetarian Tandoori Kebabs is one of the most popular North Indian Appetizer Recipes.These kebabs are spicy and smoky vegetarian recipe that has simple flavours of root vegetables, bell peppers, tomatoes and most importantly, a tandoori marinade. These kebabs make perfect appetizers for your parties and can be prepared ahead of time. Serve Vegetarian Tandoori Kebabs along with Dhaniya Pudina Chutney as an appetizer for your next house party along with a meal of Cauliflower Paneer Kofta ...

फॉक्सटेल मिलेट कीरइ परुप्पु अडाई रेसिपी - Foxtail Millet Paruppu Adai With Keerai Recipe

मिलेट एक ऐसी सामग्री है जिसका आप बहुत सारी रेसिपीज में प्रयोग कर सकते है. यह सेहत के लिए अच्छा होता है इसलिए आपको इसे अपने रोज के खाने में मिलाना चाइये। यहाँ हमने फॉक्सटेल मिलेट कीरइ परुप्पु अडाई रेसिपी बनाई है जिसे आप अपने सुबह के नाश्ते के लिए बना सकते है.  फॉक्सटेल मिलेट कीरइ परुप्पु अडाई रेसिपी को टमाटर की चटनी और फ़िल्टर कॉफ़ी के साथ सुबह के नाश्ते के लिए परोसे।     

Parsi Style Paneer Charvela Eda Sathe Recipe-Scrambled Eggs with Paneer Recipe

Parsi Style Paneer Charvela Eda Sathe Recipe -Scrambled Eggs with Paneer Recipe is a classic scramble from the Parsi cuisine, It has a combination of egg and paneer scramble which is filled with lots of high protein. The best breakfast to be consumed in the morning in order to Kick start your day in a very healthy way. The scramble has simple flavors such crushed black pepper and salt garnished with some chopped fresh coriander. Serve the Parsi Style Paneer Charvela Eda Sathe Recipe along with Fresh ...

Palak And Moong Dal Pakodas Recipe

Pakodas or deep fried fritters are everyone's favourite. They make the perfect accompaniment for the evening tea, and best enjoyed in the monsoon season. Here, we have prepared the pakodas using split moong dal, which gives the pakodas a light and airy texture. And the addition of palak makes it even more crispier.  Serve the Palak And Moong Dal Pakodas Recipe as a tea time snack along with spicy dhaniya pudina chutney and masala chai for a tea party and impress your guests. If you like ...

Spiced Watermelon Curry Recipe With Carrots & Peppers

The Spiced Watermelon Curry Recipe is one of those dishes that you must try when watermelons are in season. This watermelon curry is subtly spiced with ajwain and chillies, along with the addition of roasted vegetables, that bring out refreshing flavors and taste.  It is a great summer curry recipe. Carrots and capsicum along with watermelon make this recipe high in fiber and nutrition. Serve the Spiced Watermelon Curry Recipe with Carrots & Peppers along with steamed Jasmine ...

     
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