• coriander chutney
    Sides

    Coriander Chutney Recipe (Dhaniya Chutney)

    Dhaniya chutney or coriander chutney is a recipe without which you can’t imagine to have stuffed paranthas in India. You can’t imagine having gobi ka parantha and aloo parantha. You can also have it with pakoras, samosas, or any other Indian snacks and meal. Also, coriander chutney will take less than 5 minutes to make with most of the ingredients available at home easily and doesn’t contain any animal products. Apart from this, it’s good for health because there is no cooking process involved and detoxifies the body. You can surely make it in advance but not beyond 3 days. However, it may start losing flavours day by day. I recommend to make…

  • gobi paratha
    Breakfast,  Main Course

    Gobi Paratha (Cauliflower stuffed Bread)

    Gobi Paratha recipe is not only just a delicious but healthy and vegan recipe made by the whole wheat flour flatbread stuffed with cauliflower stuffing. This is the recipe I crave during winters. I can’t explain to you the experience you can have with this and especially when you have it with raita, pickles or chutney. Though gobi paratha is traditionally made as a breakfast recipe, I mostly have it during lunch and dinner. So grab a cup of tea, make this recipe and let me know how did you find this? This version of my gobi paratha recipe is different from what you’ll get from other websites on the internet or cookbooks.…

  • gulab jamun
    Desserts

    Gulab Jamun (Fried Milk Balls in Aromatic Sugar Syrup)

    Gulab Jamun is a classical Indian sweet recipe that you can find in every Indian wedding and mostly during festival time in India. Generally, it is made from khoya (dried whole milk which is made by boiling milk for a longer time in an open pan). But you can also make a recipe for gulab jamun with milk powder (without khoya) as well. So, people who are residing abroad and not able to find khoya can make this version very easily without it. The word Gulab means Rose and Jamun is a type of black coloured berry fruit which is mostly available in India. Maybe because these black coloured balls we’re soaked in…

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    Fruit Raita (Yoghurt & Fruits with Spices)

    In Indian Cuisine, we call Raita a recipe for a sweet or sour condiment made with dahi (yoghurt or curd) and single or mixed fruit or vegetables sometimes with fried droplets of besan (gram flour). Mix Fruit Raita (Fruit with Yogurt) always accompany Indian lunch or dinner. Fruits are high in fibre, and yoghurt is a probiotic. Thus, when these both combines, it gives you a perfect meal supporting your metabolism. Therefore, a healthy version of the traditional recipe. I am going to share with you a recipe of sweet and sour fruit raita, though Raita in Indian cuisine has many variations and you can experiment with it as per your liking. You…