This is an easy peasy beef curry. To be frank, I always prepare it with the leftover beef from previous day. It is well flavored with potato, coconut milk and the spices.This goes well with bread, chapathi, pathiri and appam.
This is an easy and delicious Kerala style beef curry. It goes well well with ghee rice, appam, parotta, puttu and chappathi.
Fast, easy to make dosa recipe with no need for fermentation.
This is a spicy dish, well flavored with cocum and pepper. It is a simple and quick chemmeen roast preparation. It goes well with rice.
Chicken marinated and cooked in spices and layered with rice. An Indian one pot meal. An easy, quick, tasty and delicious Kerala chicken biriyani recipe.
This cake is wonderfully rich, moist and buttery with a lovely golden brown crust. The name 'pound' was given to this cake because the original recipes contained one pound of butter, one pound of sugar, one pound of eggs, and one pound of flour.
Traditional Punjabi dessert made with carrots and milk. It goes well with Vanilla ice cream.
A Three Layer pudding with caramel, sauteed pineapple and milk and condensed milk mixture. This is one hell of a pudding that tastes so well; angels may take over your home.
Quick chutney recipe which goes well with dosas , idlis
Soya chunks cooked in chilly and spices. It is a healthy and tasty side-dish. It goes well with rice and Indian breads. It makes a good replacement for meat.
Chicken cooked with spices, dipped in an egg mix and then in breadcrumbs and deep fried. A great snack for special occasions and parties.
Sauteed potatoes are quintessential to the English breakfast. This recipe is with a dash of tanginess
This is probably the easiest dessert recipe out there. An Italian pudding of sweetened cream thickened with gelatin and molded.
This is a simple dish but needs a lot of time for preparation. Also, if you don’t have cheese sauce then it becomes bit hard (although cheese sauce is easy to make). You can find the recipe of cheese sauce in my list.
Credit goes to BBC Good Food.
This is a simple recipe mostly needed as a precursor for other recipes like Pasta bake, broccoli in cheese sauce etc.
The key to this recipe is constant stirring. Stop the stirring and the flour gets stuck at the bottom. Use a whisk and never a spoon.
The sauce is so yummy that you’ll lick your finger way through.
Credit to videogug for this.