Category Archives: Vegetable-gravy

Green peas masala/curry recipe

Green peas masala curry is a delicious and a great side dish for rotis, chapatis, phulkas or even pulaos.  It is a very easy and simple to make curry made with fresh green peas, onions and tomatoes and cooked in a spicy gravy.  Green peas are available throughout the year in frozen form, but during

Mumbai pav bhaji recipe or how to make pav bhaji recipe

Pav bhaji is an Indian fast food dish that originated in Mumbai cuisine. While Bhaji is a traditional Indian name for a vegetable dish, the Pav means the Indian bread. The pav-bhaji is a spicy preparation with a mixture of vegetables, which are mashed alongwith a generous dose of fresh tomatoes, a dollop of butter. It is then served with warm bread which is fried in butter. It is an all-time favourite with Mumbaikars. It is now become popular in all the metro cities in India. Pav bhaji consists of bhaji (a thick potato-based curry) garnished with coriander, chopped onion, and a dash of lemon and lightly toasted pav. The pav is usually buttered on all sides.

Chana masala recipe (how to make chana masala recipe)

Chana masala also known as chole masala is a popular Punjabi dish in Indian cuisine. It is popular mainly in the Punjab region of northern-India, and also in the regions of Gujarat. In Gujarat and Rajasthani areas, it is cooked dry with tangy spices. This recipe of chana masala is cooked in South Indian style using coconut as the main ingredient and whole spices. You will get a unique and sweet flavor of coconut and not sour or tangy. It goes well with rotis, puris or rice and tastes hot and spicy.

Sprouted green gram (moong) kadhi recipe

Kadhi is a North Indian dish originated in Rajasthan. It is a spicy dish where thick gravy is made from gram flour or besan and vegetables or pakoras are added to it. Sour curds are added to give it little sour taste and more flavour. Here I have added sprouted green moong to the spicy gravy to get a healthier and tastier kadhi. You can also add fried ladysfinger to the kadhi which is then bhindi ka kadhi. Gujarati kadhi is made preferably from buttermilk which also gives a more smooth texture. Do try sprouted green gram kadhi and make it more nutritious with addition of sprouts.

Matar chole recipe

Matar chole is a very good side dish for chapatis, rotis or naans. When green peas and white chickpeas are cooked alongwith spices, it gives a unique taste to the dish. You can also use normal dry peas instead of green peas for this recipe. Matar chole is quick and easy to make too once the boiled chick peas and peas are ready. Do try this recipe and enjoy with hot rotis or naans.

Dal makhani recipe

Dal makhani is a rich and a popular punjabi dal dish where the main ingredients are whole black lentils (urad) and red kidney beans (rajma) and they are full of proteins. Black lentils and rajma are simmered in a creamy sauce of butter, onions, tomatoes, ginger-garlic paste, milk cream and spices. Dal makhani is a delicacy of North India and very easy to make too. It goes well with rotis as well as steamed rice.

Aloo masala recipe

Aloo masala is a very delicious side dish made with potatoes in tomato gravy and simmered with mild spices. It goes well with rotis, puris or parathas. Enjoy this spicy, mouth watering and popular North Indian dish which is also quick and easy to make.

Vegetable manchurian gravy recipe

Vegetable manchurian is a popular Indo chinese dish and is best served as a side dish for fried rice. It is deep fried vegetables balls in a soya sauce based gravy.

Capsicum masala recipe – side dish for rotis

Green bell pepper cooked in south indian style and a great side dish for rotis