Tag: Potato

Posted By Madhu Talwar

Samak Rice Pulao

Basmati rice is not eaten during Navratras, and so, Samak rice makes for a good option. Having almost the same texture and same taste, this rice is easily available and quickly made at home. Try making this delicious rice atContinue Reading

Posted By Madhu Talwar

Kuttu Ke Pakode

Delicious and crunchy, these pakodas are filling and perfect to kill hunger pangs. During Navratras kuttu flour forms the primary main course item for most people in India and it can be consumed is a variety of forms. If youContinue Reading

Posted By Sukriti Taneja

Sabudana Khichdi

The perfect breakfast for any fast, Sabudana Khichdi is a favorite and light dish that can be made easily and quickly. Its filling and promises a healthy start to an auspicious day. But that doesn’t mean you have to eatContinue Reading

Posted By Madhu Talwar

Aaloo Poori (Poori Bhaji)

Fried wheat flour pooris with tangy spicy tomato and potato curry, Aaloo Poori is an all time favorite breakfast of Uttar Pradesh – India. The beauty of this dish is that you can team up the curry with any kindContinue Reading

Posted By Sukriti Taneja

Hara Bhara Kebab

Soft fried spinach, peas, and cottage cheese kebabs, Hara Bhara Kebabs can be found as a starter in most Indian restaurants. Their “melt in the mouth” texture is loved by one and all and they are a delicious way toContinue Reading

Posted By Sukriti Taneja

Russian Salad

Par boiled veggies and chopped fruits tossed in generous portions of mayo and cream, the Russian salad is very easy to make at home and is a great side-dish that can be served for formal get togethers. A personal favorite,Continue Reading

Posted By Ravi Talwar

Bedai and Sabzi

Crisp fried pooris stuffed with urad dhuli dal served with a spicy potato curry, Bedai and Subzi is a mouth watering North Indian specialty. A little on the spicier side, this typical breakfast can be easily made at home toContinue Reading

Posted By Madhu Talwar

Goanese Potato

Thinly sliced potatoes, deep fried and tossed in a rich onion tomato gravy, this recipe yields a spicy variant of the potato curry. Originally from Goa and known locally as Potato Vindaloo, this dish can be served at any formalContinue Reading