Tamaatar Jhingay Ka Pulao - Tangy Tomato Prawn Pulao
I love this easy to cook, delicious Tamaatar Jhingey Ka Pulao! Try it, you will too!
Oven Cooked Chicken Pulao
Chicken Pulao is a delicious, one-pot dish! Perfect for when you want a wholesome, home-cooked meal that isn't complicated to cook!
Make this delicious, easy Chicken Pulao with my recipe in no time....
Indo Chinese or Chindian food is a product of the huge Chinese community that lives in India. The delicious flavors of their food have been taken and adapted to the Indian palate. This easy recipe combines the Indian Dosa with a delicious stir fried Chinese style filling!
Palak Ki Khichdi
This wholesome, tasty dish is great on its own but even better with an accompanying pickle or chutney!
Coconut Rice - Nariyal Bhaat
This simple but delicious rice dish goes well with most curries. You can also serve it by itself! This is my Aunt's recipe and it serves 4.
This is a really easy rice and lentil dish to prepare. It is perfect for days when you want a quick, hot meal. Veggie Pulao smells so good while cooking, you'll be waiting for it to come off the stove so you can eat it!
Appams are great for mopping up delicious South Indian curries! Though easy to make, they take a little practice to perfect.
This typically coastal Indian food is eaten with curries, stir-fries and even on its own. There's nothing like warm, soft and fluffy Sannas to go with a Pork Vindaloo or Sorpatel!
This tasty rice dish is a classic at North Indian meals. It gets its name from the Yakhni (meat stock) - pronounced as Akhni - it is cooked in. I like to serve Yakhni Pulao with just a simple vegetable raita but you can go all out and add a curry dish too.
How to Make a Dosa
Dosas (crispy savory pancakes) from South India are a staple food in their home region. In the rest of the country too, they are hugely popular and Udipi restaurants serving them and other South Indian foods can be found in almost every suburb! Learn how to make them with my detailed step-by-step tutorial.
Dosas (crispy savory pancakes) from South India are a staple food in their home region. In the rest of the country too, they are hugely popular and Udipi restaurants serving them and other South Indian foods can be found in almost every suburb! Learn how to make them with my easy recipe.
Brown Rice (Parsi recipe)
This dish is traditionally served with Dhansak and Kachumbar salad in most Parsi homes.
Green Chicken Pulao
As tasty as a Biryani (special-ocassion rice and meat or veg dish) but far simpler and quicker to prepare. Try it, you will defnitely like it!
A regal dish, Mughlai Biryani is fit for a king and was probably eaten by many too! Here is the recipe...
This is a fun and easy-to-make, cherished family recipe in my home. My mother and her mother before her, have cooked it for years!
Serve this oh-so-easy-to-make dish with Sambar and Coconut Chutney (south Indian).
Of South Indian origin, tangy Tomato Rice makes a great one-dish meal. Serve it with poppadums.
This South Indian dish is easily put together when you are in a hurry. You can also make it with leftover rice. Serve Lemon Rice with a Raita (yoghurt salad) and Poppadums for a simple yet tasty meal.
Idli (steamed rice cakes)
No longer just a South Indian favorite, Idlis are loved and can be found just about anywhere in India. Try them and you'll see why.
Green Pulao (rice cooked in green masala)
This dish is not only pretty it tastes good too! Green Pulao goes very well with any meat dish. It is very popular on festive occassions.
Also known as Yellow Rice, this dish is a great accompaniment for any main course, be it vegetarian or meat-based.
Curd Rice (yoghurt rice)
This is truly comfort food! Curd rice from South India tastes great with just a pickle or chutney and also with a daal (lentils) or meat dish.
Bisi Bele Baath (rice with lentils)
This wholesome rice dish from South India can be eaten all by itself. Add a tangy pickle for extra flavour.
Jeera Rice (cumin rice)
A variation on plain boiled rice.