Masala Laccha Pyaz.

This is a must try  dish.These delicious and tangy pickled onions are popularly known as Lacha Pyaz. Goes very well with most of the delicious North Indian meals. Ingredients: 2 Onions cut into thin rings 1/2 tsp Red Chilli Powder. 1/2 tsp Chaat Masala. Juice of half Lemon. 1 tbsp Chopped Coriander Leaves. Salt to taste. Method:Continue reading “Masala Laccha Pyaz.”

Pomegranate & Pineapple Raita.

The raita is a simple recipe with many variations and can become spicy,plain, sweet or savory. Curd is the main ingredient here,traditionally curd to mix-ins ratio is 2:1,so if we are using 2 cups curd,we will add a cup of mix-ins which can include mixed vegetables, boondi, fruits (like pineapple,pomegranate) or mint. Most common spicesContinue reading “Pomegranate & Pineapple Raita.”

Pomegranate & Moong Sprouts Koshimbir.

Koshimbir is a typical Maharashtrian salad served as an accompaniment to the main dish. Raw and juicy,it is quite refreshing and considered an essential accompaniment with a Maharashtrian meal. Ingredients: 1/4 cup Pomegranate Seeds 1/4 cup Boiled Mong Sprouts. 2 green chillies finely chopped. 1 tbsp Coriander Leaves chopped. 1 tsp Lemon Juice. Rock saltContinue reading “Pomegranate & Moong Sprouts Koshimbir.”

Chick pea & Peanut Salad

  Today I had planned to make Aloo (Colacassio),so had soaked some peanuts and chickpeas,but couldn’t buy aloo leaves on my from work as it was raining very heavily. Now I was left with soaked chickpeas and peanuts,so tried something out of it which tasted yummy…. Ingredients: 1/2 cup Chickpeas. 1/2 cup Peanuts. 1/4 cupContinue reading “Chick pea & Peanut Salad”

Mixed Vegetable Raita

  The raita is a simple recipe with many variations and can become spicy,plain, sweet or savory. Curd is the main ingredient here,traditionally curd to mix-ins ratio is 2:1,so if we are using 2 cups curd,we will add a cup of mix-ins which can include mixed vegetables, boondi, fruits (like pineapple,pomegranate) or mint. Most commonContinue reading “Mixed Vegetable Raita”

Sweet Corn Raita

The raita is a simple recipe that has so many variations and can become spicy or plain, sweet or savory. Curd is the main ingredient here,traditionally curd to mix-ins ratio is 2:1,so if we are using 2 cups curd,we will add a cup of mix-ins which can include mixed vegetables, boondi, fruits (like pineapple,pomegranate) orContinue reading “Sweet Corn Raita”

Carrot Raita

The raita is a simple recipe with many variations and can become spicy,plain, sweet or savory. Curd is the main ingredient here,traditionally curd to mix-ins ratio is 2:1,so if we are using 2 cups curd,we will add a cup of mix-ins which can include mixed vegetables, boondi, fruits (like pineapple,pomegranate) or mint. Most common spicesContinue reading “Carrot Raita”

Boondi Raita

The raita is a simple recipe with many variations and can become spicy,plain, sweet or savory. Curd is the main ingredient here,traditionally curd to mix-ins ratio is 2:1,so if we are using 2 cups curd,we will add a cup of mix-ins which can include mixed vegetables, boondi, fruits (like pineapple,pomegranate) or mint. Most common spicesContinue reading “Boondi Raita”