One of the very common North Indian Side we order in the restaurant is Paneer Butter Masala. This was the first side dish I got introduced to when we tried North Indian food. It is also a very popular menu part of most menus serving North Indian food. Serve this with roti, naan or pulao and enjoy the meal. Normally I make them with onion and garlic, but today I have omitted them both.
Wednesday, November 26, 2014
Tuesday, November 25, 2014
Palak Paneer is a very popular North Indian dish. It tastes best when served hot with rice, Naan or Roti. It is very attractive from its great and rich green color. Today I have made 2 variations to my regular recipe - I have used tofu instead of paneer and have also not included onion and garlic.
Monday, November 24, 2014
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
Tuesday, November 18, 2014
I love baking.. and yes if that comes with ease of work, then I am happy.. My daughter was super excited to see this pink color muffins and she was all praise for me!!! Was it a win win?? Yes and no.. The reason I say no is due to the amount of sugar in it and also I have added few drops of food color.. I am not a big fan of using food colors, but sometimes I do use it.. Try this muffin which is very light in texture and also makes a perfect one for the kid's lunch box, party food. Sharing this for this month's BM - Holiday food.
Monday, November 17, 2014
Tuesday, October 21, 2014
Happy Deepavali to all.. Diwali / Deepavali is one of the biggest Indian festival which is celebrated with lights. Deepam means light.. We celebrate it with sweets, savories, new dresses, crackers, visiting relatives and friends, decorating the houses and also doing pooja.. It is so much fun and a festival that is thoroughly enjoyed by all age groups. Hope you all have started the Diwali preparations.. Here is a collection of festive recipes. Enjoy. Click on the image for the link to the recipe.