Aditya Bal's 'Dhekia Xaak' recipe with potatoes, spinach and mild spices.
Mushroom and Potatoes Xacuti is a classic Goan dish. Mushrooms and potatoes cooked in goan flavours of tamarind, kokum, coconut oil and goan vinegar.
Potatoes, raw papaya and brinjals cooked in milk, chillies and masalas. Santula is a very popular vegetable dish of Orrisa.
Split chick peas cooked with raw papaya, potatoes and masalas.
Sambar is one of the most loved dishes in the south Indian cuisine. Lady finger and brinjal cooked in a sambar paste and buttermilk base. A tempting tadka poured over the sambar and served piping hot!
Lovely pink colored beetroot pachadi made in coconut oil with tamarind, shallots and jaggery.
Spinach (saag) cooked Kashmiri style, in mustard oil and spiced mildly.
Spicy and tangy mushrooms cooked in a gravy made with tamarind extract, coconut and chillies. Mushroom Chettinad can be served with rotis or rice.
The Thechwani Recipe come originally from Garhwal. Potatoes and radish root (pahari mula) are cooked in varied masalas and chillies. The radish root or the potatos are never cut, but crushed into pieces in this recipe.
Fried cottage cheese mingled with a varied combination of masalas. Spicy and sinfully delicious, the veth chaman recipe originally comes from Kashmir.
The old favorite made with khoya, flour and dipped in sugar syrup infused with saffron.
The good old custard made with eggs, sugar, milk, cardamom and a hint of vanilla.
Coconut cooked with khoya and condensed milk. Shaped into round balls and stuffed with almonds and cashews.
Barfi made from coconut, khoya and some nuts.
Grated carrots cooked in milk, ghee and nuts. Perfect for a cold winter evening.
Pieces of fried bread slathered with a thick mixture of milk and nuts. This shahi tukda recipe is a perfect dessert option for a festive occasion.
Vermicelli cooked in milk and dry fruits. Made in every household on the occasion of Eid.
Condensed milk, saffron, dry fruits cooked together, chilled and served in a matki.
Rice cooked in milk, saffron, loads of nuts and flavored with mango puree and mint leaves. A fruity twist to an all time favorite Indian dessert. Enjoy this rich and creamy mango and mint kheer recipe.
Chicken marinated in masalas, oil and curd. Grilled. Served with onion rings and a green chutney.