As promised in my previous Ulava Charu Biryani recipe, today I am going to share yet another special winter recipe. It is the Ulava Charu – the traditional rasam/soup from Andhra/Telangana prepared with horsegram lentil. It is traditionally served along with rice and ghee making it as a perfect rice accompaniment. Check out how to cook this Ulava Charu Recipe in both Instant Pot and Pressure cooker.
India is known for its biryani varieties. Today I am going to share a signature recipe of Andhra/Telangana. It’s the Ulava Charu Vegetable Biryani – a traditional and authentic recipe prepared with cooked horse gram water, vegetables and of course with exotic biryani spices. The highlight of this dish is that we use tamarind instead of yogurt and tomato and also we use curry leaves for this Biryani. Interesting huh? Read further to learn the recipe with step-wise pictures.
Cream of Celery Soup – A chunky and creamy soup with the sneaked-in goodness of celery prepared in the crockpot. Check out the video recipe and how to cook this soup in the pressure cooker and also other variations below.
Shorbat Adas – A bright yellow colored Middle Eastern lentil soup prepared with red lentils with the flavors of cumin, garlic, and cilantro. This soup has different names such as adis soup, shorba, Arabic lentil soup, and shorbet adas. Check out the detailed video recipe and the instructions below to prepare this soup in instant pot as well as in the pressure cooker.
Beetroot Soup – A vibrant, healthy and a delicious soup prepared with beetroots and carrots with a dash of cream. Wondering how to introduce the earthy beets to your kids? Then, here is the perfect solution. Check out this simple toddler/kid friendly beetroot soup below. Jump to Recipe | Print Recipe
I am happy to announce the next kid’s delight event. In 2015 I picked pasta for kids as the theme and last year it was cakes and cookies. And this time, the theme is “Kids friendly Soups and Stews.” The winter weather calls for soups and stews, and nothing can comfort like a warm bowl of soup. I think I am repeating it, but IMO soups and stews are the perfect way to sneak in veggies. Now bring on your kid’s friendly soups and stews. :-)
After posting two homemade pizzas from scratch, today I am going to share an easy peasy semi-homemade pizza (errr you can make this from scratch as well) prepared with bread. It’s the bread pizza topped with tomato-pesto sauce, vegetables and of course cheese. This bread pizza is a perfect after-school snack, or if you ask me, I would say its a ideal dinner/lunch too.
Restaurant style pizza at home, yes today I am going to share how to prepare California Pizza Kitchen (CPK) style Wild Mushroom Pizza – a thin crust pizza loaded with different varieties of mushrooms and cheese. Check out the detailed recipe with step-wise pictures and also the alternatives for cheese and mushroom varieties.
An Indianized fusion pizza is what you need to brighten up your weekend. How about the Shahi Paneer Pizza with wheat pizza base? Sounds interesting right? That’s what I am sharing today. Shahi Paneer Pizza – A wheat pizza topped up with Shahi Paneer and more paneer, bell peppers, onion, and tomatoes with a zing of chaat masala. Scroll down to see the step by step pictorial recipe of Shahi Paneer Pizza.
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.