A protein-rich rice accompaniment prepared with sprouted green gram and kohlrabi with the fresh ground coconut masala. Wondering what it is? It is the Konkani special Muga Mole Randayi or Sprouted Mung Dal Curry. If you are looking for sambar alternatives and that too, a kid-approved one, and a no onion no garlic one, then look no further. Check the detailed recipe below, and I am sure you will be adding this to your recipe repertoire.
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Are you looking for a light, yet delicious recipe that can be whipped up quickly? Then you are at the right place. Today I am going to share a rich and creamy curry prepared with Tofu and Tomatoes. Wondering how rich and creamy can be light? Of course, it can be if we use the right ingredients. I went with plant-based protein Tofu and also with light coconut milk and Mazola® Corn Oil.These elements make them vegan as well as better for you. A clinical study showed Mazola Corn Oil reduces cholesterol 2x more than extra virgin olive oil. To learn more about this claim, see Mazola.com. Check out the detailed Tofu and Tomato Curry recipe with stepwise pictures.
Kadarangai Gojju is a sweet and sour gravy/curry prepared with wild lemon/kadarangai. :-) It is a perfect side for rice especially yogurt rice but it can be served as a rice accompaniment too. I usually make this gojju in thick consistency making it look more like a pickle. Check out the detailed Kadarangai Gojju recipe with step by step pics below. Jump to Recipe | Print Recipe
Get your daily dose of vitamins, minerals, and anti-oxidants with this fresh seasonal produce recipe. Sarson ka Saag is a famous Punjabi recipe prepared during winter with mustard greens. Sarson ka Saag with Makki ki roti is a favorite combo worldwide. Check out the detailed recipe with step-wise pictures below. Jump to Recipe Print Recipe
After a few Thanksgiving recipes, I back with a Royal and Rich India recipe – The Shahi Paneer. Shahi Paneer is a favorite roti/naan accompaniment from our Indian Subcontinent prepared with whole spices, nuts, paneer, cream, yogurt and with a hint of saffron. The word Shahi means Royal and now you why we use all those fancy and not-so-fancy ingredients. Check out the detailed post below.
We are in the last week of this blogging marathon. Only six more recipes to go and I couldn’t believe I have already posted twenty recipes. Today’s recipe is from Haryana, and it is the Hara Dhaniya Cholia / Cilantro and green chickpeas curry. Let’s learn how to make this yummy curry in both pressure cooker and instant pot.
We are traveling from east to west today. Yes from Manipur to the beautiful Goa. I am going to share a famous Goan curry prepared with fresh ground coconut masala and white peas. It’s the Tonak, precisely Chanya Tonak meaning dry peas curry. Serve this lip-smacking, quick-to-make tonak with roti or naan or pav or even with biryani. You will be showered with praises for sure. Check out the instant pot and pressure cooker version of this recipe here.
Soya Thongba – A Manipuri special mild curry prepared with soy chunks, potatoes, and green peas. This milk-based gravy requires only minimal spices and goes well with rice, roti, and poori. (My personal favorite is with naan). Check out how to prepare this simple Manipuri dish on instant pot and also in the traditional stove top method. Don’t miss the short video that explains how to make this dish in the instant pot.
Chickpeas aka garbanzo beans aka channa aka kondakadalai aka known as Egyptian pea is one of the favorite legumes that is used nearly all the world cuisines. It’s a versatile legume, and it can be added in any stew or curry or salad or spread/hummus. Today I am going to break the vegan rule and share a yummy and creamy yogurt based recipe with chick peas. It is the Channa Madra – A Himachali / Pahari Cuisine special – a no onion no garlic recipe prepared with Chickpeas simmered in creamy & thick yogurt gravy. Check out the detailed recipe and a short video recipe of the same.
Finally, I am posting my favorite recipe, Olan – the rich and creamy coconut milk stew with the goodness of black eyed peas/cow peas, red and white pumpkin. This olan is very mild, soothing because of the healing properties of coconut and coconut milk and of course, it is vegan and gluten free. Check out the video instructions and a detailed recipe below.