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.

Aloo Matar Sabzi Recipe - Potatoes Peas In Tomato Gravy

Aloo Matar Sabzi Recipe is a very traditional Punjabi dish that is made with potatoes and peas, simmered in light and tangy tomato gravy. The recipe has a delicate addition of spices , it is simmered to perfection brings out the essence of this flavorful dish. Serve the Aloo Mutter Sabzi along with steamed rice, parathas, phulka's or naan's for a perfect weeknight dinner. Have a look at what other recipes can be made with aloo: Mughlai Aloo Matar Gobi Recipe Chole Aloo ...

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Dondakkai Puli Curry Recipe - South Indian Style Tindora Curry

Dondakkai Puli Curry is one of those traditional recipes that has been passed down to me through generations. This is a healthy recipe to prepare and also does not take too much time or effort. As it is very easy to make and requires very few ingredients, you can also pack it for your Lunch Box.  Serve Dondakkai Puli Curry Recipe along with Keerai Sambar, Steamed Rice and Elai Vadam for your everyday meals. If you like this recipe, you can also try other Tindora Recipes such as Shahi ...

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Dahi Ma Bheeda Recipe (Dahi Bhindi - Parsi Style Okras Cooked In Yogurt Recipe)

Dahi Ma Bheeda Recipe (Dahi Bhindi - Parsi Style Okras Cooked In Yogurt Recipe)  is a simple yogurt-based curry made without incorporating gram flour or besan to it as compared to a typical "kadhi". The consistency of the gravy is thus very thin. The shallow fried okras are then dipped into the curd and cooked in order to bring out the best flavor to the curry. This recipe is so simple that it can be made in few minutes without even bothering to prep for any ingredients. Serve the hot the ...

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Cabbage Poricha Kootu Recipe (Red Cabbage) - South Indian Cabbage Dal

The Cabbage Poricha Kootu Recipe is a wholesome and delicious recipe where the moong dal is cooked and mixed along with steamed cabbage and a fresh coconut masala, finished off with a crunchy tadka.  You can use the regular cabbage or the red cabbage to make this south indian kootu recipe which is essentially a cabbage dal with coconut.  The addition of cumin seeds and black peppercorns ground along with freshly grated coconut adds to the taste of the dish. Serve the Cabbage Poricha Kootu Recipe  ...

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Paneer Gassi Recipe

Paneer Gassi Recipe is a delicious coconut and red chilli based curry from the coastal region of Mangalore. Traditionally the curry is made with chicken. This curry has a lovely blend of different fragrant spices, which is quite unique to Mangalore's cultural heritage. Mangalore cuisine is mostly influenced by Tulu speaking Bunts, the Kannada speaking Brahmins, Konkani speaking Catholics and Goud Saraswat Brahmins to name a few. Coconut plays an important part in Mangalorean cuisine and the main ...

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Phalguni Dal Recipe - Bengali Style Red Lentils With Fresh Green Peas

Phalguni Dal Recipe is a must try recipe when green peas are in season during winters. Phalguni Dal Recipe is a rich and creamy Bengali style dal prepared with the combination of masoor dal and green peas. This is a vegan, gluten free and protein rich accompaniment to your meals. Did you know: Green peas have traces of origin in the sub-Himalayan plains of India. Green peas are rich in phytonutrients, minerals, vitamin A, C, K, folic acid and antioxidants.Peas are packed with anti aging properties ...

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Murungai Keerai Kollu Kuzhambu - Drumstick Leaves Horse Gram Curry

The Murungai Keerai Kollu Kuzhambu Recipe is a wholesome tangy curry that is made from horse gram dal and drumstick leaves - both of which being super foods for a healthy diet. Serve this curry along with a bowl of hot rice for a comforting weeknight dinner. Chettinad cuisine is one of the most popular cuisines of Southern India, that is packed with a few essential ingredients and that is the baby onion and the black peppercorns. And this Kuzhambu is packed with flavors of just that. Did you know: Did ...

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Mavinakayi Menasinakai Curry Recipe - Raw Mango Coconut Curry

Mangalorean Mavinakayi Menasinakai Curry Recipe-Raw Mango Coconut Curry made with roasted and ground spices with fresh grated coconut. There is a distinguished aroma emanating from the curry due to sesame seeds added to the masala. You can use any oil but coconut oil is preferred so that you can get the traditional Mangalorean taste in the recipe. Serve Mangalorean Mavinakayi Menasinakai Curry Recipe with steamed rice or Phulka and Kalyana Veetu Senai Curry  for lunch or Pumpkin ...

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Rava Kesari Bhath - South Indian Sooji Halwa Recipe

Rava Kesari Bhath/Sooji Halwa Recipe is a pudding made from semolina, flavored with saffron and other spices topped with nuts. In most parts of Southern India, Kesari is served as part of an offering to God during festivities. Serve the Rava Kesari Bhath/Sooji Halwa Recipe along with Vegetable Rava Upma and the combination is known as Chow Chow Bhath. Here are some other popular breakfast and tiffin delicacies from the state of Karnataka that are also equally enjoyed by all: Sooji Upma with ...

Gutti Vankaya Recipe - Andhra Style Stuffed Brinjal

This Gutti Vankaya Recipe is an Andhra and Telangana speciality of making stuffed eggplant. Eggplant or brinjals are cooked with a spicy peanut based stuffing and gravy base. Serve the Gutti Vankaya recipe can be served as a side dish with Biryani or goes well with Akki Rotti or Phulkas. Here are few more creational possibilities with brinjal Kathirikai Podi Curry Recipe (Roasted Brinjal with Spices) Baingan Bharta Recipe (Smoked Roasted Eggplant with Green Chillies and Ginger) Palak Baingan ...

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Sabudana Khichdi Recipe-Savory Tapioca Pearl Breakfast Pudding

Sabudana Khichdi Recipe is a simple to cook and delicious to eat recipe. It is healthy and widely used as fasting food in many Indian homes. The recipe is extremely low in fat and full of starch or carbohydrates and hence is a great food for a quick boost of energy. Although it is often served in India for breaking fasts during religious festivals, it is just as delicious for a non-fasting meal. There are different varieties of tapioca available in the market; some that are translucent and there ...

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Naga Style Chicken With Bamboo Shoot Recipe

Chicken with Bamboo shoot recipe is an another Nagaland cuisine delicacy.  This recipe doesn't need any oil, and the spiciness of green chilies and taste of Bamboo shoots makes it a unique recipe. A simple nutritious and healthy recipe with goodness of chicken.  It just take 30 to 40 minutes to be plated. Serve Naga Style Chicken With Bamboo Shoot Recipe warm with hot steamed rice and Hmarcha Rawt for a simple weekend meal for your family.  If you like this recipe, ...

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Andhra Style Tomato Cauliflower Koora Recipe

Andhra Style Tomato Cauliflower Koora is a simple recipe made with a tomato and onion gravy that is spiced up with simple masala garam masala powder and red chilli powder.   The dish can also be made into a curry based and can also be served in a dry form. The vegetables that we have used are locally available in the kitchen. You can also have varied choice and use different vegetables like raw banana, bottle gourd etc. Serve the Andhra Style Tomato Cauliflower Koora along with Tawa Paratha, ...

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Gujarati Methi Na Dhebra Recipe

Gujarati Methi Na Dhebra recipe is perfect tea time snack from the state of Gujarat. You can use either fresh methi leaves (fenugreek) or dried methi or kasuri methi, to prepare this dish. I have used fresh methi in this recipe. This is a heirloom recipe that I have learned from my grandma. Serve Gujarati Methi Na Dhebra recipe dabbed with homemade ghee along with a cup of pounded jaggery, Naranga Achaar, yogurt and Sev Tamatar Ki Sabzi for dinner or serve it with pickle for snack. If you like ...

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Hariyali Matar Recipe

Hariyali Matar Recipe is a North Indian side dish which is made with fresh green peas in flavourful coriander base. Matar dishes are usually crowd pleaser and you will love this variation too. It is one of the nutritious vegetables available during the winter season. Come winters, the markets are flooded with fresh green peas. Hariyali Matar Recipe is a delicious way of cooking green peas in a simple yet so flavourful.  Serve the Hariyali Matar Recipe along with Tawa Parathas and Gajar ...

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Kosamalli Recipe (Chettinad Style Brinjal and Potato Mash)

Kosamalli Recipe is a very popular dish from the Chettinad region of Tamil Nadu. It is usually served with hot idiyappam or string hoppers. It is prepared using minimal spices, hence it is lighter on the tummy. Serve Kosamalli (Chettinad Style Brinjal and Potato Mash) with string hoppers/Idiyappam or idli or dosas for an interesting weekend breakfast. Browse for more breakfast ideas with- Mexican Style Omelette With Avocado Dressing Recipe Ujju Rotti Recipe (Indian Rice Flat Bread) Vegan Black ...

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Punjabi Rajma Masala Recipe - Rajma Chawal/Spiced Red Kidney Beans Curry

The Punjabi Rajma Masala also known as the North Indian Red Kidney Beans Curry is a very famous recipe from the North India. Rajma Masala popularly known as Rajma Chawal is considered as a comfort food in a Punjabi home. This makes a one dish meal, when the Rajma Masala is served along with steamed hot rice where the wonderful flavours of the rajma comes out when chewed along with rice. Serve Rajma Masala Recipe for Sunday Lunches, when served along with Steamed Rice and Aloo ...

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Kerala Style Chemmeen Moilee Recipe - Prawn Curry

Kerala Style Chemmeen Moilee Recipe -Prawn Curry is a comfort curry made from shrimps cooked in rich coconut milk. The curry is so simple to make as it is made in a one pot. Moilee is a very common dish in Kerala and is usually made from a variety of fish but we can use different kind of seafood as well to create this wonderful delicacy. This curry does not use any tamarind but has strong flavors from the whole spices like the cardamom pods, cinnamon sticks and whole peppercorns. Serve the Kerala ...

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Mulakootal (Vegetables In Coconut Gravy) Recipe

Mulakootal is essentially a home style south Indian curry made with a medley of vegetables, lentils and coconut. A part of many routine lunches and often made with whatever vegetables handy at home. Mulakootal is also said to be the inspiration behind the famous "Mulligatawny Soup". The curry is healthy and spells comfort of a home meal in every bite, helps that it is super easy to make. Serve Mulakootal with hot steamed rice for a perfect summer lunch. You can also try other coconut based gravy ...

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Chatpate Aloo Recipe With Sesame Seeds

Punjabi cuisine is a mother of many favourite recipes like Punjabi Dal, Aloo Paratha, Lassi and more. Tandoori Potatoes Recipe, this is a simple carb rich food that you will love every time you prepare it for side dish. In this recipe, Chatpate Aloo Recipe With Sesame Seeds, the potatoes are boiled in water, and then they are also fried in oil which enhances the flavour of this recipe. Serve Chatpate Aloo Recipe With Sesame Seeds along with Punjabi Dal Tadka, Butter Naan Recipe and ...

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Kathirikai Sundakkai Vathal Kuzhambu Recipe

The Kathirikai Sundakkai Vathal Kuzhambu Recipe is a delicious Chettinad style tangy gravy which is simmered along with tamarind, jaggery, homemade spices and along with sundakkai and brinjal. Vatha meaning dried is a common ingredient that are added in Kuzhambus in Tamil Nadu and the common kind of Vatha that are used in Kuzhambus are Manathakkali, Veppam Poo and Appalam. It is traditionally called Kuzhambu when tamarind pulp and spices are combined and cooked  with dried (vatha) ingredients ...

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Vegetable Rava Upma Recipe - Sooji Upma Recipe

Vegetable Rava Upma is a traditional south Indian breakfast dish that is made from semolina and cooked along with vegetables and seasonings. This dish is popularly called as Khara Bath in Karnataka. At home we love to serve it along with a hot cup of freshly brewed filter coffee to make a complete breakfast with some fresh fruits on the side. I add tomatoes to the Rava Upma as an alternative instead of vegetables to change the flavour. Tomatoes add a zing to the palate and tastes delicious too.  Serve ...

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Maharashtrian Aloo Bhujne Recipe - Potato Stir Fry

Maharashtrian Aloo Bhujne Recipe is a simple Maharashtrian Style Potato Stir Fry. Bhujne is a 'curry' that is unique to the seafood-loving Pathare Prabhu community. This is the vegetarian version that gets made on the days when no meat or fish can be consumed. Serve the Maharashtrian Aloo Bhujne along with Dal Tadka, Steamed Rice and Phulkas for an everyday lunch or dinner. Did you know: Potatoes are known be to be packed with phytonutrients that include carotenoids, flavonoids ...

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Mooga Gathi (Sprouted Moong In Coconut Paste) Recipe

Mooga Gathi or Mooghache Gathi is a traditional Goan dish usually served in temples. This dish is made using green gram or moong sprouts in a delicious coconut gravy which is tempered with mustard leaves and curry leaves. This is a pure veg dish made without using onion and garlic. Yet, this dish tastes so delicious that you will want to eat more. This dish is also made on special occasions like religious functions and festivals where we eat pure veg food. It tastes best with pooris, but some people ...

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