Easy Mooli ki Sabzi Recipe | How to Make Radish Sabzi

It is one of those days when I want to write and share a recipe with you but couldn’t focus. Does this happens with you too? And when? I have so many things to share, everything is organized too – I have planned how to proceed, maintained a planner – just that I need a motivation or something like that!

When such is the case, I simply cook, to get cleared in my head. And today I cooked Mooli (Radish) ki Sabzi. This veggie is one such cuisine you will find at many Indian homes during Winter season. This Mooli ki Sabzi recipe is very easy to make, less ingredients and it doesn’t require much involvement. You just put everything on stove and see the magic 🙂 Continue reading Easy Mooli ki Sabzi Recipe | How to Make Radish Sabzi

Veg Bruschetta Recipe | Guest Post

Thank you Dr. Oetker FunFoods Creative Kitchen to share an Exclusive Recipe of Veg Bruschetta with Foodeez Junction. Continue reading Veg Bruschetta Recipe | Guest Post

Two-Ingredient Nenue ki Sabzi | How to Make Sponge Gourd, the Simple Way

Sponge Gourd or Nenua (in Hindi) is one vegetable I missed a lot when in Hyderabad. This simple nenua ki sabzi is very easy to make and is one of my favorites. Even a 15-year-old can make it.

When I say two-ingredient Nenua ki sabzi recipe, that means the main ingredients are just onions and nenua or sponge gourd. The other ingredients are green chillies, salt and oil from you Kitchen shelf. That’s it. Continue reading Two-Ingredient Nenue ki Sabzi | How to Make Sponge Gourd, the Simple Way

Bhuney Baingan ka Bharta | How to Make Eggplant Bharta

Baingan ka Bharta is a cuisine from India, Pakistan and Bangladesh. In India, baingan ka bharta cuisine is famous in various states like Punjab, Bihar, Maharashtra, Odisha and West Bengal.

Baingan ka Bharta, in Marathi, is known as wangyacha bharit. The word Bharta is pronounced as bhurta. Continue reading Bhuney Baingan ka Bharta | How to Make Eggplant Bharta

Hari Matar ka Nimona Recipe| How to Make Nimona

Hari Matar Nimona is a thick gravy of green peas with diced potatoes in it.

I learnt this Matar Nimona recipe from my mom. If you haven’t made this still, try at home once and you will fall in love with this matar recipe; this cuisine is something different from the usual. Mom used to make it more in winter season as we get fresh peas then. Still if you don’t get fresh peas, you can try making this hari matar ka nimuna with the frozen ones. Continue reading Hari Matar ka Nimona Recipe| How to Make Nimona

Kurkuri Bhindi Fry Recipe | How to Make Crispy Okra

 

Bhindi fry recipe makes such a yummy and crispy okras! Even if you don’t like this vegetable, you would want to eat kurkuri bhindi fry.

Bhindi is known by various names. Bendi (pronounced as bhendi), Bendakaya, Ladies Finger, Okra, Vendakkai. Whatever the name be, it’s one of those vegetables which can be made with different Indian cooking styles.

Continue reading Kurkuri Bhindi Fry Recipe | How to Make Crispy Okra

Paneer with Coconut Milk Recipe

Paneer with Coconut Milk Recipe is mainly cooked as an appetizer. You can make it any time; the vegetarian recipe has only three main ingredients and the rest of the ingredients are from your kitchen cupboard. And it takes less time too, to make this Paneer with Coconut Milk Appetizer Recipe.

To make this creamy cuisine, we require Oregano too. I’m sure you might be having one of those Oregano pouches in your kitchen cupboard.

Let’s go straightaway to the recipe. Continue reading Paneer with Coconut Milk Recipe

Recipe: Know How to Make Amrud ki Sabzi

Amrud ki Sabzi! The first reaction after reading this will be what? a veggie made of guava? Can we make it?

Well, yes! We can make Amrud or guava, veggie in main course. I, recently, had posted on Facebook asking to guess the main ingredient and to my surprise no one could guess. So this Amrud (amrood) ki Sabzi recipe is for all my curious friends who kept guessing and my foodie readers 🙂 Continue reading Recipe: Know How to Make Amrud ki Sabzi

Recipe for Kadhi Pakora, an All-Time Favorite!

Kadhi Pakora is an all-time favourite dish in northern part of India. I call this recipe for Kadhi pakoda as Shandar Kadhi as it looks so beautiful and its taste takes you to the other world.

Kadhi or Karhi (as some may call) is served as main course. You might have heard of Kadhi Chawal, this combination is spot on! I, absolutely, love this kadhi pakoda recipe.

Kadhi is made by thick gravy of sour yogurt (dahi) or buttermilk, by adding chickpea or gram flour that is besan in hindi, with fritters of vegetables or gram flour dipped in the curry or Kadhi. Continue reading Recipe for Kadhi Pakora, an All-Time Favorite!

Aloo Tamatar ki Sabzi Recipe

Aloo tamatar ki sabzi recipe is one of the easiest. Aloo tamatar ki sabzi is a great combination of cooked veggies potato and tomato.

If you are in a hurry and are getting late for work, you can cook this dish within 15 minutes or less than that. Yes, I’m right! All you have to do is to peel and cut the potatoes in small cubes and pressure cook it by adding tomatoes with onion, green chillies and coriander. And Salt too!

Tomatoes give a taste of sourness to the dish which takes the dish to another level. Potato is a healthy vegetable as it contains lots of vitamins. Continue reading Aloo Tamatar ki Sabzi Recipe

Sukhi Aloo Amchur ki Sabzi

This one is my favourite!

Aloo Amchur ki Sabzi is very easy to cook and requires less spices and efforts. You can cook Aloo Amchur ki Sabzi in less than 30 minutes. So if you are in hurry or if you want to make a chatpati sabzi for lunch or dinner, Aloo Amchur ki Sabzi is should be on your mind. Aloo Amchur ki Sabzi just requires a couple of spices like garam masala, chat masala, amchur and zeera; that’s it.

Even if you have just started learning how to cook, this recipe is cool enough to start with. Continue reading Sukhi Aloo Amchur ki Sabzi

Easy Recipe: Shahi Tukda

Shahi Tukda (or Shahi Tukra) is one such dessert which you can find easily at parties or weddings. This sweet dish is believed to be of Mughal origin. Shahi, derived from Persian, means royal and tukda, derived from Urdu-Hindi, means a piece. This royal recipe is said to be inventd in 19th century.

Shahi Tukda is a combination of fried bread, milk and mawa (almonds, pistachios, cashew). Here’s an easy recipe to prepare Shahi Tukda at home:  Continue reading Easy Recipe: Shahi Tukda