Besan Zucchini Stir Fry

Besan zucchini stir fry is a quick and easy side dish that gets done in 10 minutes. Tender yet crunchy zucchini is a perfect summer side dish for rice, Indian flat breads and even grilled meats. Theme for this is week is one ingredient, multiple recipes. As you may have guessed, the ingredient of the […]

Pholourie, Trini Style Split Yellow Peas Fritters

Pholourie is a spicy deep fried yellow split peas fritters. Fritters are crisp on the outside and fluffy on the inside. It is a popular street food in Trinidad and Tobago, and in Guyana, served with tamarind or mango chutney. The main seasoning for pholourie is scotch bonnet, garlic, scallion and cumin. Dough/batter is fermented […]

Laddu ~ Senagapindi (Besan) Laddu

For alphabet ‘L’, in this A-Z Challenge, Journey Through Telangana Cuisine, I could not come up with anything other than Laddu. For me laddu is always boondhi laddu and I am not a fan of boondi laddu. Had I prepared my complete list before going to India in December, I would have asked my mother […]

Dondakaya Barada ~ Ivy Gourd Gram Flour Curry

An year or two ago I saw a Telugu cookery show video on youtube which featured Telangana specials. Both the recipes on that video were new to me and I never heard of those two dishes before. One of those recipes was dondakaya barada. Few weeks ago one of my friends posted capsicum barada recipe […]

Attu Tunukala Koora ~ Gram Flour Pancake Curry

As I mentioned yesterday, I am doing a month long marathon starting today, with A-Z regional cooking as the theme. For this theme, we have two options to choose from. Option one is cooking from a region in India or one country and the other is to pick 4 regions from India or 4 countries, […]

Chickpeas Crackers for Home Bakers Challenge

For September’s Home Bakers Challenge Priya challenged us with some cracker recipes. I chose to bake chickpeas crackers. These are spicy crackers that can be snacked on anytime of the day and also a great tea time snack. I followed the recipe as give with addition of extra chili powder. It was spicy for my […]

Kale Channa ki Kadhi from Rajasthan

Rajasthan is the largest Indian state. The state borders Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana and Punjab. It shares an international border with Pakistan. The Thar Dessert in Rajasthan forms a natural border between India and Pakistan on the Northwestern part. This state is a historical state, rich in culture and heritage. The civilization dates […]

Khaman Dhokla from Gujarat

Gujarat is one of the western states of India with rich heritage and culture. State has a long history dating back to Indus Valley Civilization. The state shares a border with Rajasthan in the North, Madhya Pradesh in the East, Maharashtra in the South and, Arabian Sea & an international border with Pakistan in the […]

Aloo Pakoda

Aloo pakoda are spicy, crispy potato and gram flour fritters. A perfect evening snack with a cup of tea. After almost 4 months, I am participating in blogging marathon. Like always, even this month I am doing only 2 weeks. For this week the theme is evening snack. When one mentions evening snacks, first thing […]

Aloo Besan Sev ~ Aloo Bhujia

This is the second month of Cooking from Cookbooks Challenge. For week 1, I chose this Aloo Besan Sev or Aloo Bhujia from Ismail Merchants Passionate Meals. I know, of all the recipes he has, I chose this one. This book has some wonderful non-veg recipes that I am yet to try. Actually, I bought […]

Scroll to top