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Matar Kaju Masala/Green Peas & Cashew Nut Masala

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June 11, 2016
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Matar Kaju Masala/Green Peas & Cashew Nut Masala

If you are searching for a super rich, creamy and a delicious masala to have along with Indian flat breads or pulav, you should check my today's dish. Yes my today's post is all about a Gourmet gravy with a smooth texture prepared with green peas and cashew nuts. If you love nuts in...

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Anda Palak/Spinach Egg Curry

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June 10, 2016
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Anda Palak/Spinach Egg Curry

Anda means Egg, Palak means Spinach, hence Anda Palak curry, this greeny egg curry is one of the delicious curry i have tried recently for our Sunday lunch. Trust me who ever loves spinach and egg will definitely go crazy if they have this curry. Served along with plain rice or else with flavored...

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Paneer Kalimirch/Punjabi Paneer Subzi/Cottage Cheese in Black Pepper Gravy

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June 9, 2016
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Paneer Kalimirch/Punjabi Paneer Subzi/Cottage Cheese in Black Pepper Gravy

This week's posts are going to be some Gourmet gravies, which you can serve along with rotis or flavoured rice as much as like restaurant's menu. Kali mirch in hindi means Black peppercorns and my today's post is going to be an interesting Punjabi style Paneer subzi spiced with freshly grounded black pepper powder....

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Aloo Matar Masala | How to make Restaurant Style Aloo Mutter Masala

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June 2, 2016
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We are starting the first week of BM#65 and I will be sharing some of my kids favorite gravies with Chapatis, Naans etc. These are the gravies I mostly make for dinner along with Chapatis mostly. Sometimes I change it with Pooris or Naans. However on a typical work day, its mostly chapatis.

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Muttai Salna | How to make Egg Salna

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May 20, 2016
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I am getting back to posting for the CCC after a couple of weeks. Even though I have been cooking from my diary or cookbooks, I simply forgot about posting on the date and then it simply skipped my mind.I have Salna for today's post. Salna is a typical Tamilian Dish served with Parotta....

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Murgir jhol or A light chicken curry made the Bengali way

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May 13, 2016
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Friday had started with loads of housework and more than my usual number of chores. Since monsoons are approaching, I need to sun everything to be able to wade through Pune's cold monsoon months. Yes, I am a tad traditional ... the old aunts kind of way ... when it comes to such things....

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Kosha Dim – Bengali Egg Curry

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May 11, 2016
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Though we love my usual egg curry recipe, I was craving something new to try (and without coconut in it since I had made thai curry the previous day) and came across this recipe and the fiery color of the curry caught my eye. I followed this recipe with a few modifications and it...

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Paneer Pav Bhaji/Pav Bhaji with Crumbled Paneer

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March 17, 2016
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Paneer Pav Bhaji/Pav Bhaji with Crumbled Paneer

The word 'Paneer' itself makes me drool, when paneer added to one more most favourite dish of mine aka 'Pav Bhaji' trust me am ready to die after finishing a huge bowl of this Paneer pav bhaji. If you are reader or a follower of my space, you might have noticed my love for...

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No Tomato Mixed Vegetable Kurma ~ No Tomato Recipes

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March 11, 2016
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For the final day under No Tomato Gravies, I have a delicious mixed vegetable kurma. If you have ever observed, I am fond of making different kurmas. For the typical explanation that I have in my dictionary, I think of a kurma as a saviour of any meal.

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No Tomato Peas Carrot Kurma

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March 10, 2016
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Next in the No Tomato Series is a Kurma with Fresh Peas and Carrot. Our dinners are mostly Rotis and Sabzi. The Sabzis alternate with North Indian Varity and South Indian Varities. However these days one can't specifically narrow down to which cuisine a dish like this belongs to.

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