#FoodFromMemoirs THE PLACE OF DALS/ LENTILS IN INDIAN CUISINE Dals or lentils are staples in India and are eaten on a daily basis along with seasonal vegetables. To be very honest, that our thalies are incomplete...
If you are a chicken biryani lover and give a try to various versions, then I am pretty sure this version of Hyderabadi chicken biryani is going to be your most favourite one. There are Two types of Hyderabadi biryani. One...
As the name suggests Paneer Rajwada originated from the royalty. This dish has all the exotic goodies suited to Royal kitchens like nuts, fresh cream, a few aromatics and above all the cottage cheese. That's why this dish looks rich and scrumptious....
Dals or lentils are a staple in Indian cuisine. A large variety of dals are grown across the whole extent of India so eaten fondly by all. In fact, our thalies are incomplete without dal preparations. Dals are well paired with both...
Bitters too can be droolworthy!! Can you imagine? Yes, this is true with the karela or bitter gourd which is stuffed with Raw Mango. Both are summer picks and this is so exciting to cook them together and surprisingly these compliment each...
Palak Eggwala Palak eggwala is one more addition to my love for spinach or palak. My love for this leafy veggie is easily depicted in my blog. To use this in some way or the other by combining with different ingredients is one...
This delicacy from the South of India is well paired with idli, dosai, vadas, uttapams and rice preparations. The base of this stew is the tuvar or moong dal but different veggies, a special sambhar masala and a tadka with some...
Mushroom-Do-Pyaza Mushroom-do- Pyaza is a rich dhaba style dish which contains two types of onions along with button mushrooms. Whole onions which are stuffed with masala or spice mix add desi flavour to the dish. Our cuisine possesses mostly gravy based dishes with...
I remember the long back time when we, the Delhiites were not much familiar with the Mumbai special Pav Bhaji cause those were not the days of both culinary and IT revolution in India I first tasted...
Kamal Kakdi Ki sabji Kamal Kakdi or lotus Stem is an edible part of the lotus plant. Though called by different names, this stem makes yummy dishes with various styles in many parts of India. The most important thing to remember while...