The paneer they say is the vegetarian man’s chicken and quite rightly so. It won’t be an overstatement to call paneer recipes the king of indian vegetarian recipes. It is laden with protein and is an excellent ingredient that adapts itself to flavours, savoury and sweet alike. The Malai kofta too is nothing but paneer kofta. They have a soft, succulent, melt in mouth in texture, hence the name perhaps. To learn how to make malai kofta read the detailed recipe given below….
Jackfruit Kofta Curry Recipe:
In season cooking in a spicy jackfruits kofta curry to warm up the mood and the palate.
It’s in-season and of those things that’s a treat for my people back home, aren’t these reasons enough to relish some jackfruit recipes and their memories. Yeah I can explicitly recall the discussion between my mom and granny (the only two vegetarians in our family of Carnivores), with a twinkle in their eyes they’d say ‘wah, aaj toh Katahal ki sabji bani hai’ (wow, it’s jackfruit curry today). …
Maharastrian Style Chole (Chickpeas) Recipe:
The Punjabi Chole cooked in a Maharashtrian kitchen with regional spices for a spicier twist.
We all eat Punjabi Chole on and off in Parties/ Marriages/ Get-togethers. Today we will see the Punjabi Chole Maharashtrian style. Since the Maharashtrians prefer less oil but more spice, the traditional Chole gets a twist and gives a real piping hot and spicy dish ready to be served.
Sweet and Sour Okra Recipe:
A traditional Maharashtrian Okra (Bhindi) Curry made with tamrind.
This is a Maharashtrian dish prepared on occasions or unless the incumbents of the household believe in eating only authentic Maharashtrian food. This is eaten in the interiors of Maharashtra and is not so popular in the coastal areas where they prefer general Tawa fry Bhindi with little spices. Will put that dish some other day. But for today let’s see how to make the sweet n sour Bhindi my style.:)
Eggplants in a Yogurt and Poppy Seed Curry Recipe:
A delicious tangy Indian summer curry with eggplants cooked with yogurt and poppy seeds.
This one’s another delicious curried vegetable recipe that is perfect for summers. Small eggplants (aubergines or brinjals) cooked in a poppy seed and yoghurt curry with a dash of our very own Indian spices is just the right balance of flavours that a summer palate craves for. It is a light, tangy and flavourful curry that is both simple and stirred up in no time, now that’s another reason why the lazy me likes it all the more. I hope you’ll agree that standing in front of the stove for long in this soaring temperature is no fun even if cooking is your favourite job. Want it or not but we do have to succumb to physical limitations and that’s my reason to pick and share recipes that can be made in a jiffy or as little time as possible.