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Tandoori Gobhi ( Whole baked Cauliflower)

Posted by on Nov 26, 2015 in North Indian Recipes, Vegeterian | 0 comments

Happy thanksgiving everyone, I am sharing my Tandoori Gobhi recipe which makes a excellent centre piece for thanksgiving dinner. All my vegetarian friends this one for you Cauliflower is by far the most cooked vegetable in our house. I roast it, steam it, fry it, mash it, pickle it, and even it eat it raw. I pretty much buy a cauliflower on every grocery store trip. There are so many different ways to eat cauliflower, it’s a super versatile vegetable. But of all the ways to cook it, I think whole roasting it is by far the most visually stunning way to cook a cauliflower.Bringing the whole cauliflower to the table on a pretty platter makes for an amazing centerpiece to a vegetarian meal. I especially love to slice into the cauliflower and see the creamy white inside in contrast to the crispy yellow exterior. Alternately you can cut the cauliflower florets and make it too. Tandoori gobi or you can say barbecued cauliflower is an excellent snack or starter recipe. you can use it either way dry or with gravy ..choice is all yours !!! same marination you can use for any vegetable like Tandoori aloo, Tandoori paneer , Tandoori  mushroom etc. etc.. just tickle your taste buds and enjoy …   Tandoori Gobhi ( Whole baked Cauliflower)   Print...

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Coconut Burfi

Posted by on Nov 8, 2015 in Dessert | 0 comments

Coconut Burfi or Nariyal Burfi is one delicious and easysweet perfect for any occasion or festival. This coconut burfi is very easy to prepare in less time and it taste just delicious.   Festival Season  in full swing now with Karwachauth and Diwaliaround this coconut burfi can be very handy recipe. Made with minimal ingredients it’s a treat, just not for festival we can prepare this for kids snacks box or to satisfy some sweet craving. I normally make more of coconut ladoo which is another easy, no-cook recipe made with only 2 ingredients desiccated coconut and condensed milk, just melt in mouth ladoo and this coconut (nariyal) burfi my mom used to make for every Diwali other festivals, birthday etc.  I made this after long time for a change from my usual coconut ladoo. You can try this easy burfi for Karwa Chauth or Diwali. If you look for easy sweet recipes which can be done in jiffy than this is for you specially during Diwali when we are busy with preparing so many other things. This coconut burfi stays good for almost a week so you can prepare in advance and keep it or you can store this burfi in fridge too. This coconut burfi are pure white since the brown part of coconut skin is not...

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Aatte ke Ladoo (Wheat flour and nuts sweet balls)

Posted by on May 25, 2015 in Dessert | 0 comments

Ladoos is one of my favorite, my mom makes amazing Ladoo. Everytime she is here she makes them for us, so when a friend requested me to make Aatte ke Ladoos, I was more than eager too make since I was out of Ladoo. I have followed moms recipe and added gond which gives a nice crunch to the ladoos which I love:). Gond is not required ingredient so if you want you can make them without too. Aate ke...

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Paneer Tikka Masala

Posted by on May 16, 2015 in Indain Currys, North Indian Recipes, Vegeterian | 0 comments

Paneer Tikka Masala, a marinated paneer cubes grilled to perfection and then cooked in creamy and spicy gravy, is delicious in every bite. The burnt taste of paneer marinated in curd and spices gives it a delighting flavor. It is a paneer tikka prepared with delicious spicy gravy. In my house only half of the paneer  grilled makes it to the pan for curry, its so tasty that  This recipe has two different stages; 1) prepare tikka and 2)...

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Lehsuni Paneer / Tofu

Posted by on Apr 10, 2015 in North Indian Recipes, Vegeterian | 0 comments

Today I am bringing to you Lehsuni Paneer recipe, recently someone mention garlic paneer, and since I love garlic flavor decided to give this a try . This recipe is little different as it has the same rich taste with half the calorie in the traditional paneer recipe. For me cooking on a daily basis is more challenging. You need to come up with something exciting, something different but at the same time it cannot be too rich, both in...

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Gajar ka Halwa (Carrot pudding)

Posted by on Feb 16, 2015 in Dessert | 0 comments

Gajar ka halwa is probably one of India’s most popular traditional desserts that is adorned by everyone. Gajar halwa is a delicious dessert preparation made with grated carrots, milk, sugar and dry fruits. Gajar is a hindi word for carrot. There are may different ways to make this mouth watering delicacy. One of my most pleasant memories attached with winters in India is a bowl of piping hot Gajar Ka Halwa. As we sat cuddled in our quilts, the...

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Dahi Vada

Posted by on Dec 15, 2014 in Appetizer | 3 comments

Dahi Vadas are lentil dumplings topped with a spicy savory yogurt and tamarind chutney. These are great as a side dish for a formal dinner or served as a chaat. Dahi vada is a popular street food in North India. It is also known as Dahi Bhalla, it can be served as appetizer or with the main course. It tastes best when served chilled. It is ideal to serve for parties as it can be prepared day before and stored in refrigerator. Dahi Vada is a sure crowd pleasing recipe.

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Oven Roasted Brussels Sprouts

Posted by on Dec 6, 2014 in Appetizer, Vegeterian | 9 comments

A simple preparation for Brussels sprouts with delicious results. Loved this recipe. I’ve tried several brussels sprouts recipes that I did not like at all. Decided to give this one a try because my husband loves the things. I fell in love. I added a little bit of garlic powder to take this over the edge.Not only is my whole family eating Brussels Sprouts now but I’ve given this recipe to 3 other people. This dish is great on...

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Almond Blueberry and Lemon Cake

Posted by on Nov 29, 2014 in Dessert | 0 comments

  Happy thanksgiving !!! Today for thanksgiving dinner I am making Almond Blueberry and Lemon cake. My parents are in town and my mom is diabetic so I wanted her to enjoy the cake guilt free. .It’s lovely for afternoon tea or a  holiday dessert. Almond Blueberries and lemon cake with a poppy seeds is just a beautiful marriage of flavors.This is such a delicious recipe definitely for those of us who like light sweet desserts.The ground almonds in...

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Pepper Rasam (Black Pepper soup)

Posted by on Nov 23, 2014 in Soups, Vegeterian | 2 comments

  Rasam or Chaaru or Saaru or Kabir is a South Indian soup, traditionally prepared using tamarind juice as a base, with the addition of tomato, chili pepper, pepper, cumin and other spices as seasonings. Rasam is prepared mainly with black pepper and tamarind or tomato, both ingredients abundant in South India.There are several kinds of rasam, Ginger rasam, tomato rasam, cumin rasam to name a few,today I am making pepper rasam, this is super easy and quick recipe....

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