Winter is coming and we can see lots of fresh vegetables and fruits in the market. Along with vegetables and fruits, the season blesses us with good appetite and health.
Bhindi/okra/Lady’s Finger is a vegetable available throughout the year but during winter it is fresher, with dense green color. This recipe of Bhindi sabzi/side dish is a simple way to cook Bhindi keeping its original taste and color by using minimum spices. Continue reading “Bhindi/Lady’s finger/Okra sabzi/side dish”
Crispy karela/Bitter gourd is a crisp, salty and truly tastes very little bitter, recipe of karela. Just three ingredients and some time and viola!!! The recipe is ready to eat. It is difficult to eat it alone. So add it to your meals, just as side dish or as salad. Continue reading “Crispy Karela/Bitter Gourd”
Paneer kofta Curry is a soft creamy koftas made in onion tomato gravy. It is a rich dish, which can be made for lunch or dinner. Every bite will just melt in your mouth giving the taste of paneer and the spices. Paneer is also called as cottage cheese. Paneer is oftenly included in the meal as it is very much liked by everyone in India, especially in north India. Continue reading “Paneer Kofta Curry”
Parval, called as pointed gourd is a vegetable full of nutrition. It is low in calories and high in vitamins. Parval itself doesn’t have a strong taste, maybe because of which not liked very much. It is prepared mainly by stuffing i.e. called “Bharva Parval”. In this recipe I’m using peanut base stuffing. Continue reading “Bharva Parval”
Tori/ Turai Ka Bharta is a unique Maharastrian traditional recipe. Commonly Baigan Ka Bharta or Aloo Baigan Bharta are common dish. Tori/ Turai Ka Bharta is made specially towards Khandesh area in Maharashtra. (Available fresh during the rainy season). Tori with its mild distinct taste combined with green chilli, garlic and peanut gives a perfect taste to the dish. Tori also called as sponge gourd is a very healthy vegetable. It is low in fat and easy to digest. Fresh tori has a mild sweetness. Continue reading “Tori/Turai ka Bharta”