Crispy Fried Soya chunks cooked with spring onion and bell peppers in a spicy and tangy sauce. When you want to cook a quick and delicious appetizer/snack, try out this Soya Chunks Manchurian recipe. Impress your family and guests 🙂 The spicy and tangy flavor combination makes it delicious. Soya chunks makes a great addition to the […]
Mixed vegetables (Potato, Carrot, Green Peas, Brocooli, and Spinach) cooked in spiced coconut milk gravy. When you want to cook a delicious and healthy vegetable curry to go with your chapati, kerala porotta, appam (rice pancake), noolappam (string hoppers), puttu(steamed rice cake) and any Indian breads, try out this vegetable curry with coconut milk. Check […]
Mixed vegetables cooked in spiced coconut and yogurt based gravy. Avial is easy to prepare and a yummy side dish that goes well with rice. This mixed vegetables curry with coconut is one of the must side dishes for Kerala Sadhya, which is popular during festivals Onam and Vishu. Check out more on Onam/God’s own […]
Yogurt combined with onion, tomato and chilli. An easy, simple and yummy side dish to go with any Indian rice preparations – chicken biriyani, beef biriyani, fish biriyani, vegetable pulao and ghee rice. It cannot be easier than this. Raita’s often called as an Indian condiment made with dahi or yogurt or curd together with […]
Soya chunks cooked in rich onion tomato masala gravy with spices, cashew, and cream. A simple, healthy and tasty Indian style soya chunks curry that goes well with ghee rice, pulao, chapathi and other Indian breads. For more soya chunks recipes, check out Soya Chunks Manchurian Dry Soya Chunks Dry Soya Chunks Deep Fry One […]
Sometime back when I was roomates with Deepthi, she used to treat us with Delinut Cashews. It was downright amazing. Think about it like the different pringles flavors, but for cashews. We’d finish half a kilo in a night trading office stories. These cashews were hard to get by. Deepthi got it from her hometown during her occasional visits. Fast forward 10 years and getting back home from a long day at work and then munching on something became a thing for us. Usually its Pringles and or some Indian snack like “mixture” that goes with tea. We binge on it catching up on the day. And as expected this got too unhealthy. That when I became nostalgic about the Delinut cashews. So I got me myself two pound of cashews. Roasted and sautéed the heaven out of it. All complete with the right amount of spices and garlic. You’ll love this recipe. We have it right on top of our refrigerator and they run out in a night. Thank me later.