A simple and delicious South Indian version of a dal. Chayote squash and yellow mung dal come together beautifully in this curry/dal and make for a great accompaniment for rice, roti or any carb of choice. Read on for variation in this recipe.
A basic tomato-onion based curry sauce, that is versatile and absolutely delicious. Make a big batch, eat some with pasta instead of the traditional sauces and save the rest for another day to eat with roti/naan. This sauce works so well with pasta !
An Ishtu is a stew like, coconut milk based curry that is very popular in Kerala and South West Tamil Nadu. A very fragrant curry that makes for a great accompaniment for dosai,idli,idiyappam, aapam or simply some white rice.
Another kurma/korma recipe that is easy to make, has a very unique flavor from the Soya Nuggets and is sheer meaty indulgence for vegan/vegetarian! The creaminess from coconut milk and slight tang from the tomatoes balance each other so well…a must try recipe !
A creamy spinach curry – no cream, no butter, a handful of aromatics and a special ingredient come together to make this delicious Saag Paneer. Use Tofu for a Vegan alternate. Enjoy it with rice, roti, naan or quinoa for a satiating meal!
A very simple curry, made of potatoes and tomatoes ,easy to make and very yummy. Eat it with rice, roti, dosai or any main dish of your choice. A dash a coconut milk in the end elevates the flavor, hence calling it Korma! A must try …..if I may insist !!
Paneer Butter Masala is the vegetarian counterpart of the famous Butter Chicken. This is a very simple, easy and homestyle recipe that you will absolutely love. There isn’t as much butter as the traditional recipe calls for and yet the taste is mighty yummy. Infact, there is no butter in this recipe and you won’t miss it !
Pav Bhaji is a Mumbai street food that is an absolute favorite for every foodie who has tasted it…alright…almost every one! A rich vegetable melange, mashed to perfection , make it high in calories with butter or a low calorie version, the magic is most definitely in the mix!! Read on to understand this dish and make it to be smitten forever !!
Protein packed chickpeas in a curry sauce, cooked in an Instant Pot. Eat it with rice, quinoa, roti or poori. Makes for a filling meal, absolutely delicious and a breeze to make. You can eat it as is skipping any additional carbs! Appetizers to Entrée ,this is a versatile recipe.
Oven roasted Globe Eggplant mildly spiced with cinnamon ,paprika and a garam masala. Eat it with rotis, naan or even lavash bread..simply delicious !