Makhmali Paneer Tikka, as name suggested, smooth and velvety. This paneer-based tikka has a smooth, melt-in-your-mouth feel, due to being soaked in rich ingredients like curd, cheese and cashew paste.
We have enjoyed different parathas, Aloo, Gobhi, Paneer and many more, but Urad dal paratha is one of the delicious dal paratha in Northern part of India. If you want to prepare something different from the usual vegetable parathas Urad dal paratha is for you. They are perfect food to take it to school or office lunch or even to take it to picnic or while traveling.
We often need to do all the preparations before hand for making Moong dal or Urad dal dahi vada but Paneer vada can be prepared instantly and easily and can be enjoyed by the whole family.
Raita is the perfect accompaniment for all kinds of dishes, especially spicy or hot ones as the yogurt cut the heat and have the cooling effect in summer
Aam ki Launji, also known as Guramma is made by cooking mangoes with a readily available selection of spices and powders. It is loved by childrens specially when served with parathas.
If there is shortage of time to cook Chhole Bhature seperately, We can cook Aaloo Bhature in very less time, less ingredients and more delicious.
Sarson Ka Saag – Makki Ki Roti, a popular dish of punjab now popular in all over india. It is made with thick granules maize flour, saag prepared with sarso leaves, spinach, bathua or methi leaves.
Anjeer (Figs) kofta curry is a traditional Punjabi recipe. It is very popular among Punjabi’s during any festivals, made with Paneer, Potato Koftas and stuffed with Figs.
Peas (Matar) are very normal in winter. We can cook peas in numerous ways, But if it is Kofta, each and every family member loves it.
Generally, in morning we love to take Parathas, and if it is of different types than hunger hikes to it extreme. Gajar Paratha is one of them which is full of taste and nutrients.
Besan Churma Ladoo, molded with besan, usually served in any festival like Diwali or Holi, enjoyed by most of the kids
Khoya (Mawa) Gujiya Recipe is a sweet delicacy that is served on special occasions and to celebrate the colors of the famous festival- Holi or festival of light- Diwali
Singhare Namkeen Biscuit, a tasty snacks that can be taken anytime a day when you are fast in any worship (pooja) made with vrat salt ie sendha namak
Sabudana Kheer (Payasam) is one of the most favored dish for fasting and the mostly used dish among indian during fast or festivals. Its so nice to see the bubble like form over the milk and so loved by childrens.
Cake generally need oven to bake, but this recipe of chocolate cake is baked without oven with delicious chocolate mostly loved by childrens.
Chana dal ground with onions, green chillies, curry leaves, mixed with red chilli powder, hing and coconut, shaped into wadas and deep fried.
Gobhi Tak-A-Tak, Cauliflower cooked in spicy masala to be served as snacks as well as with chapati in breakfast
Dal Dhokali, prepared with spices and flour is a complete meal in itself. Rajasthani Dal Dhokli is full of proteins and very healthy for whole family.
Moong Dal Pakoda, Pakoda made with Ground Moong Dal Or Yellow Lentil, along with other spices. Moong daal Pakoda is best to be served in evening with all family
Palak Chole, a mixture of Palak and Kabuli Channa, taste awesome when put together. Palak Chole can pe serve in breakfast as well as in dinner with chapati
Apple Murabba, a very nutritious and full of minerals and vitamins which are really soothing. Apple Murabba is really beneficial for proper digestion as well
Lavang Latika is a traditional recipe of Bengal prepared especially on festivals. This tantalizing dish coated with sugar syrup and crusty from outside but stuffed with mawa and dry fruits and with a clove on top is loved by all.
This Bengali dish Patishapta is prepared with milk and refined flour malpua like a cheela, stuffed with mawa, coconut and dry fruit filling and is served like a roll
Palak (Spinach) Soup, very healthy and nutritious soup made with spinach, onion, tomato and spiced with green chilies and black pepper.
Mushroom soup is prepared with numerous styles. But when Mushroom cream is stir fried in butter and grounded spices, then there is nothing more scrumptious than this mushroom soup.
Mango Vermicelli Kheer, Mix vermicelli in mango pulp to make scrumptious kheer and serve it after meals as a dessert
Lauki KI Muthia, a gujrati dish, coocked in very less oil. It is loved by people taking as snacks or breakfast
Stuffed Tindora, also known as Stuffed Tendli and भरवां कुंदरू in hindi is cooked by stuffing special masala in the tindora
Baby corn Matar Curry is a very simple and classic dish that goes well with rice, biryani, pulao, phulkas, parathas and naan
Mushroom butter masala is a spicy and delicious side dish like paneer butter masala. Both the gravies are prepared with almost same ingredients. Only the paneer is replaced with mushroom pieces.
Gobhi Musallam, cauliflower is first marinated and then cooked with spicy gravy and served quite exotic way. Its a very presentable north Indian dish for parties, dinners and for special occasions
Masoor dal with palak, the unbeatable combination of masoor dal with palak nourishes your body with proteins, iron and folic acid
Dal Makhani, spicy and heavy dal preparation made with a combination of rajma and urad dal
Coconut Burfi, also known as Nariyal Barfi, sweet made with coconut powder and sugar syrup
Lauki is generally not liked by most of the people, but is very useful for health, So to take it in a different way we stuff them in paratha
Litti Chokha also known as Bati Chokha is a popular dish of Bihar and some area of East UP, It is made by stuffing sattu and hence very good for health
Potatoes, peanuts and paneer mixed with masalas, made into rolls, further rolled in bread slices and deep fried
Rava Upma, a south indian dish perfect for breakfast or tiffin made with fresh cut vegetables and rawa
Suji Ladoo also known as Rava ladoo is a traditional Maharashtrian sweet. This is a popular ladoo prepared almost in every household for all the festivals