The all time favourite snack of Mumbai, is a very healthy dish with mix of many vegetables and is a good meal or snack. Enjoy Ingredients: Pav/Bread (2 pieces) Butter (1 tbps) Potato (1, boiled and mashed) Cauliflower (1, boiled and mashed) Tomatoes (4, chopped) Capsicum (1, chopped) Onion (2, chopped) Curry leaves (few) Coriander
Tamarind Rice or Puliodharai, as called in Tamil , is an authentic South Indian recipe. The prominent flavor is of the tamarind and spices. Ingredients: Boiled Rice (1 bowl) Peanuts (2 tbsp) Chilly powder (1 tsp) Tamarind pulp (thick, 5 tsp) Green chilly (1, chopped) Urad dal/ Black gram (broken, 1 tbsp) Mustard seeds (1 tsp) Jaggery
Ingredients: Mangoes (2, full ripe) Milk Sugar as per taste (*Optional) Cardamom (2) Curd Method: To make Mango pulp Remove the skin of mangoes and cut them in pieces. Blend it in a blender by adding little water and make a pulp. Remove it in a bowl Add sugar as per taste (optional) Mango pulp
Ingredients: Ginger roots (2, skin removed) Split black gram dal/urad dal (1 tbsp) Bengal gram/Channa dal (1 tbsp) Green chilly (1) Dried red chilly (2) Tamarind (lime size) Jaggery (Grated) Salt as per taste Oil (2 tbsp) For tampering : Mustard seeds (1/2 tsp) Fresh curry leaves (few) Oil (1 tsp) Method: Heat
Mango Rice or Manga Sadam called in Tamil is a rice preparation and is flavored with raw mango.It is very delicious and has a sour and salty taste. It is an authentic recipe of Tamil Nadu. Enjoy the recipe during this mango season. Ingredients: Raw peanuts (1 tbsp) Curry leaves (few) Boiled rice (1 bowl,
Masala wada is a made of bengal gram and is a delicacy of South India. It is very simple to make and is an authentic recipe. Ingredients: Bengal Gram/Channa dal (1 1/2 cup) Onion chopped (3/4 cup) Ginger chopped (1 inch) Green chillies (4-5) Fennel seeds (1 tsp) Curry leaves (few) Coriander leaves
www.veenaskitchen.com is celebrating its 100th post. Chef Amit has given this recipe for the celebration of 100th post of the website. Shahee Paneer Kofta is a royal Lucknow (North Indian Cuisine) dish and has very rich ingredients. The Cottage Cheese or Paneer is fried and then cooked in Cashew-nut gravy and seasoned with Indian spies.