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.
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
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
Luscious and easy to make, Palak mushroom curry can be prepared with any gravy of your choice be it coconut, cashews, poppy seeds, gram flour, tomato and so on
Arbi is prepared with numerous styles but arbi jhol prepared with fried lotus seeds is delicious to eat. This is usually liked in Brijbhumi .i.e. Agra and mathura.
A luscious vegetable recipe ,kaju-korma is simply divine with the paneer and vegetables stir fried and then simmered in a thick, creamy and rich cashew nut or kaju and khoya based gravy
Stuffed Karela, bitter gourd stuffed with fresh indian spices, specially cooked in Uttar Pradesh. The best part? The bitterness of the karela is more or less removed with a ‘special treatment’
Cabbage Koftas are fried dumplings in a variety of spicy gravies. The dumplings can be made using a variety of vegetables and some popular ones are cabbage, laucki (bottle guard), zucchini, or a potato-paneer mix