Thursday 26 October 2017

Ghiya Chane ki Dal - Lauki Chana Dal - Bottle Gourd Split Chickpeas Recipe

Hello foodies,

Hope you had a good Diwali and are well recuperated from the hangover of sweets, just joking... Today, I bring another lentil recipe from my kitchen, the ghiya chane ki dal. Not many people like it and not many people cook it but actually, it is a very good source of protein and minerals. Being an amalgamation of both protein and veggie component it is good for kids as well. So, let's go ahead and make this sumptuous dal.

Thursday 19 October 2017

Diwali 2017: Masala Aloo Sabzi - Methi Wale Aloo - Halwai Wale Aloo - Bedmi Wale Aloo - Spicy Potato Curry Recipe

Hello foodies,

"HAPPY DIWALI"

Here's me wishing you and your loved one a very very happy and prosperous Diwali! Thank you for being a part of my food blogging journey! It means a lot :)

Okay, so for today I generally prepare a heavy breakfast as the entire family gets super busy with the Diwali pooja and rangoli preparations that Lunch is usually missed. So, let's prepare a hearty and heavy Diwali breakfast which takes very less time to prepare but is tasty nonetheless! 

The highlight of this Breakfast is the Methi Wale Aloo/Halwai wale aloo/bedmi wale aloo which is generally prepared as breakfast in baniya households during festivities as well as weddings. This potato curry is served with fluffy pooris/bedmis and halwa and raita but today I am preparing it as is with fluffy ajwain/carrom seed puris.

Monday 16 October 2017

Diwali 2017: Palak Paneer - Spinach Cottage Cheese Recipe

Hello foodies,

With the onset of winter season, a plethora of green leafy vegetables enter our vegetable marts. One of the popular green leafy veggie is Palak/Spinach. Today's recipe is a popular combination made without onion and garlic in the confines of my Jain kitchen, but just as flavorful. Hope you like the recipe!



Thursday 12 October 2017

Diwali 2017: Chana Masala - Chole Masala - Spicy ChickPeas Recipe

Hello foodies,

Today I am sharing a recipe, which is the favorite of children and adults alike in most north Indian households (especially mine), spicy chole or chole masala to be eaten with fluffy bhature. Now who doesn't like this one? Even though the recipe I am sharing is without onion and garlic it would taste just as awesome. Do try it and enjoy with your family and friends.

Thursday 5 October 2017

Masala Moongfali Baigan - Spicy Peanutty Aubergine Recipe

Hello foodies,

Today I am sharing my take on masala baigan/aubergine recipe. Adding simple roasted peanut powder elevates the taste and the richness of this recipe manifold for me. So let's start with the recipe...