Traditional Indian Recipes

KERALA (THRISSUR STYLE) FISH CURRY

In South India, particularly in Kerala, fish is one the staple foods that is consumed almost daily by the people of Kerala. In Kerala, fish curry is usually made with grated coconut or coconut milk or without adding coconut. Today I am posting the fish curry made in Thrissur ... read more

KERALA MUTTON CURRY WITH COCONUT PIECES

Mutton curry is prepared in different styles in different regions of Kerala. More spice is used in Kerala Mutton curry. Usually coconut milk or ground coconut or coconut pieces are used to prepare Kerala Mutton Curry. Today I am posting Kerala Mutton Curry with Coconut Pieces.  Ingredients: Mutton                                                              ... read more

GREEN PEAS IN MIXED VEGETABLE KURMA CURRY

Vegetables are brimming overflowing with fiber, and also a whole range of vitamins, anti oxidants, minerals and many other protective ingredients. Today, I am posting Green Peas in Mixed vegetable Kurma Curry. Peas are low in fat, but have lots of proteins, fiber and micro nutrients. It has many ... read more

AALU KI SABZI – POTATO CURRY

Aalu or potato contains carbohydrates which provide energy to our body. In north India it is a commonly used vegetable in all households. During Vrat or fasting people in the north of India prepare dishes with aalu as it provides energy during fasting. Ingredients: Potato         ... read more

UGADI RECIPES

 Ugadi can be explained as ‘yuga ‘ is the word for ‘era’ – ‘adi’ stands for ‘the beginning’ in Sanskrit. Hence the festival of Ugadi, stating the beginning of a new age, is the New Year day for the people of Deccan region of India. Ugadi signifies the beginning ... read more

MAHARASHTRIAN AMTI

Rice and Amti is a kind of must in many household in Maharashtra. It has a sweet, sour and spicy taste. The meaning of Amti is “any curry or dal curry which has acidic ingredients, in this case its tamarind”. So this Maharashtrian Amti has a touch of sourness. ... read more

TANGY CHICKEN CURRY

Tangy chicken curry is the most popular chicken curry which is less spicy and has a tangy taste. In this chicken curry I used more onions and tomatoes than the usual chicken curry as it gives a tangy taste. Kids love this tangy chicken curry for it`s less spicy ... read more

KERALA MURINGAYILA PARIPPU CURRY – DRUMSTICK LEAVES DAL CURRY

Muringayila (Drumstick leaves) as it is called in kerala is useful in preventing many diseases. It increases the immunity and also has an antibacterial property. Murigayila is an excellent source of protein, iron, vitamins and minerals. Today I am posting this recipe that is prepared in kerala style with ... read more

PALAK MASOOR DAL RECIPE

Palak (spinach) is a good calcium and iron content green leaf vegetable and dal is a protein rich food. Thus, this recipe is a combination of both palak and masoor dal is highly nutritious. Palak dal recipe is usually made with tuvar dal, moong dal and masoor dal. Each ... read more

TELANGANA EGG MASALA CURRY

There are several different styles of making egg masala curry and this recipe is from Telangana region. Eggs are highly nutritious. They contain a wide range of essential vitamins and minerals and are one of the best source of high quality protein. Eggs are not high in fat. Eggs ... read more

Kerala Style Chilli Chicken

Kerala Chilli Chicken is a popular Chinese dish. It has been indianised for being popular and a good combination with rice, roti varieties and noodles Ingredients: ¼ kg boneless Chicken 1 medium Capsicum (chopped) 2 tsp Tomato Puree 3 tsp Soy Sauce 1 tsp Black Pepper (powdered) ½ Onion ... read more

SARSON KA SAAG

Sarson Ka Saag is a popular Punjabi dish and commonly prepared inNorth India. This popular curry is served along makki ki roti.(roti variety made of maize flour). Ingredients: 1 kg Sarson (green mustard) 250 gm Spinach ( palak) 2 fresh Shalgam (turnips) (peeled and chopped (optional) 3-4 flakes Garlic ... read more

GOBI MANCHURIA

Gobi Manchuria is a popular Chinese dish. It has been indianised for being popular and a good combination with rice, roti varieties and noodles. Ingredients: 1 No.  Cauliflower (medium, clean and cut into small floret’s) 1/4 cup Plain flour 3 tsp Cornflour 1 small bunch Spring onion (finely chopped) ... read more

MALAI KOFTA

Malai Kofta is a popular North Indian side dish. This popular curry is served along with main course vegetarian meal or Roti varieties.  Ingredients: 150 gms Cottage cheese 3 medium tomatoes ¼ cup Cashewnuts 2 tbsp Melon seeds (magaz) 1 tbsp Poppy seeds (khuskhus) 1 tbsp Ginger (chopped) 2 ... read more