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Aloo capsicum recipe – How to make alu capsicum recipe – side dish for rotis

Aloo capsicum is a easy and tasty recipe made with potatoes and green capsicum along with the basic spices which are readily available in the kitchen.  This sabzi goes well with rotis, phulkas, parathas and even as an accompaniment with dal rice.  Tomatoes added to it give a tangy flavor to the dish.  I have

Methi chole recipe – How to make methi chole or methi chana recipe – North Indian recipes

Methi chole is a delicious gravy recipe made with fenugreek leaves and white chickpeas, which goes well with rotis, naans, puris and rice.  Methi leaves gives a pleasant taste and aroma to the dish.  Methi chole is a nutritious dish as it is not only rich in iron which comes from methi leaves, but also

Avarekalu sagu recipe – How to make avarekalu curry recipe – Karnataka recipes

Avarekalu curry or sagu is delicious side dish for rotis and rice.  It also goes well with puris and dosas.  Avarekalu sagu is prepared with avarekalu also called as butter beans or hyacinth beans.  Avarekalu is a kannada term for butter beans.  It is called as mochai in Tamil and vaal or pavta in Marathi. 

Peanut or groundnut chutney recipe – How to make peanut chutney recipe – chutney recipes

Peanut chutney is a healthy chutney made with peanuts or groundnuts.  Coriander leaves added to this chutney gives a fresh look and gives a good flavor to the chutney.  This chutney goes well with idlis, dosas or uthapams.  When refrigerated, it stays good for 4-5 days.  This is also a protein rich chutney and made

Mangalore southekayi sambar recipe – How to make Mangalore cucumber sambar recipe – sambar recipes

Mangalore southekayi (cucumber) sambar is a very tasty and easy sambar made with cucumber, coconut and spices.  It is made without tamarind and tur dal which is normally used for making sambar.  Instead here tomatoes are used to give a tangy taste to the sambar.  Coconut gives the sambar a rich taste and thickness to

Green peas subzi recipe – How to make dried green peas sabzi recipe – side dish for rotis

Green peas subzi is a delicious Indian recipe which goes as a good accompaniment for rotis or chapathis or phulkas.  This recipe is the dry version of the green peas subzi.  You can also use fresh or frozen green peas for making this subzi.  Green peas when mixed with spices makes up for a great

Aloo gobi matar recipe – How to make aloo gobhi matar recipe – side dish for rotis

Aloo gobi matar is a simple and easy sabzi recipe made with potatoes, cauliflower and green peas cooked with minimum Indian spices which are easily available at home.  It is a very popular vegetarian dish especially from North India.  This recipe is a onion-tomato based curry made with aloo, gobi and matar and is a

Mango sambar recipe – How to make raw mango sambar recipe – sambar recipes

Mango sambar is a tangy sambar recipe made with raw mangoes and south indian spices.  It is a very popular recipe in South India especially in Tamil Nadu.  You can add drumsticks or small onions also along with the mangoes for a more flavourful sambar.  I have added jaggery too in this sambar as it

South Indian brinjal stir-fry recipe – How to make brinjal stir-fry recipe – side dish for rice/rotis

South Indian brinjal stir-fry is a quick and a light dish made with brinjals and popular in South India.  It goes well with rotis as well as rice.  Brinjals are low in calories but rich in vitamins and fibre.  Freshly ground spices added to the vegetable makes it more tasty and delicious.  It is also

Sprouts masala sabzi recipe – How to make sprouts masala subzi recipe – green moong recipes

Sprouted green moong sabzi is a healthy and nutritious sabzi which goes well with rotis, parathas and rice. Sprouted moong is high in protein and an excellent source of dietary fibre.  They are healthy for people of all ages.  Any grain when sprouted becomes easy to digest and healthy too.  You can sprout moong beans