How to Cook Paneer Kheer?

How to Cook Paneer Kheer?

Kheer is one of the most popular sweet Indian dishes that is prepared by boiling rice with sugar and milk. Flavourings are done to its taste by adding almonds, cardamom, pistachios, raisins, cashew nuts and saffron.  Paneer Kheer is a type of kheer which takes only 30 minutes to prepare. It is a sweet dish that is easy and jiffy-made dish. It is served as dessert to guests, family members and on occasions like Diwali,…

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How to Cook Katachi Amti?

How to Cook Katachi Amti?

Katachi Amti is that recipe which is tangy, spicy, tempered, thin dal from the cuisine of Maharashtra. Puran Poli can be prepared along with Katachi Amti. Chana Dal may be cooked so that it serves as stuffing in puran poli to make it sweet. The remaining water stock from cooked Bengal Gram/Chana Dal may be used for the preparation of this dish. When chana dal is cooked to make stuffing which is dry like aloo…

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How to Cook Punjabi Arhar Dal Fry?

How to Cook Punjabi Arhar Dal Fry?

Punjabi Arhar Dry Fry is a Punjabi dish of preparing arhar dal fry. There are a numerous ways of making lentils or dal. This dish is one of the ways. In this dish the consistency of the dal is little thick and not thin. Therefore this dish imparts excellence to the dal and so it goes well with parathas, naans or tandoori rotis. The dish also can be accompanied with jeera rice or steamed rice….

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How to Cook Cheese Garlic Toast?

How to Cook Cheese Garlic Toast?

Cheese Garlic Toast dish is a breakfast dish that is quick to make for early hours of morning when there is not enough time for the preparation of an elaborate breakfast. In the bustle and hustle of city life people often skip their breakfast, that is a vital meal of the day. Sandwiches, toasts, fruit salad, porridge, juices and smoothies are viable options for the people who do not have lot of time for breakfast…

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How to Cook Kerala Style Appam?

How to Cook Kerala Style Appam?

Kerala Style Appam is the dish of breakfast which is very popular in Kerala. Appam is known to be revered food of own country of God. This dish is easy to make and simple. The pancakes are white, have fluffy centre and are lacy with crisp side. They are soft and they are airy. It goes well with kadala curry, sweetened milk of coconut, vegetable stew, chicken stew, korma, egg roast and chutney. Importance- Toddy…

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How to Cook Masala Dosa?

How to Cook Masala Dosa?

Masala Dosa is a fermented crepe that is made from black lentils and rice batter. It is the best staple dish in many states of South India like Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka. It is also very popular in other states of India. Masala Dosa is indigenous to South India and its real birthplace is merely a conjecture matter. According to popular tradition original Tamilian dosa was thick and soft. The crisp and…

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How to Cook Onion Rava Dosa?

How to Cook Onion Rava Dosa?

Onion Rava Dosa is a dish of South India. Rava Dosa is one amongst the easy-to-make dosa because it does not require any fermentation and any grinding. Onion Rava Dosa is that popular Rava dosa dish which has onions. All ingredients are mixed and the batter is allowed to sit for 30 minutes and then the dosas can be made. While the dosa batter rests you can prepare the coconut chutney. This dish is a…

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How to Cook Dum Aloo?

How to Cook Dum Aloo?

Dum Aloo or Alu Dum is the dish which has Kashmiri cuisine, Punjabi cuisine, UP cuisine and Bengali cuisine. In the Kashmiri cuisine, there are small potatoes which are deep fried and then cooked at a slow rate at low heat in spicy gravy. The Punjabi Dum Aloo is not hot and spicy and is more likely to be served in the restaurant very unlike the Kashmiri Dum Aloo. The UP style of Dum aloo…

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How to Cook Paneer do Pyaza?

How to Cook Paneer do Pyaza?

Paneer do Pyaza is a Punjabi semi dry curry dish. Paneer means Indian Cheese, do means double and pyaza means onion. Add some cream at the end to serve it in restaurant style. Paneer do Pyaza is that recipe which is very rich Mughlai dish of cotton cheese and lots of onions that are present in creamy gravy. The cotton cheese is succulent. “do pyaza” means that there is twice addition of onions. In this dish…

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How to Cook Veg Kolhapuri?

How to Cook Veg Kolhapuri?

Veg Kolhapuri is a vegetarian type of dish from the place Kolhapur which is situated in South Maharashtra state of India. This dish has characteristics of mixed vegetables and dry gravy dish. This item is mostly eaten as a main course.  In rural areas and in Kolhapur it comes along with chapatti. In other areas and in outlets of fast food present in India, this item goes well with paratha, kulcha, naan or roti. Kolhapur…

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