• 15+ Popular Indian Curries

    July 20, 2020mayurisjikoni

    EVENT: FOODIEMONDAY/BLOGHOP THEME: #255 DESI BASE CURRIES GET TO KNOW YOUR INDIAN CURRY This Week’s Theme on FoodieMonday/Bloghop Group: This week’s theme Desi Base Curries  has been suggested by Preethi who blogs at Preethi’s Cuisine. Preethi suggested that we make a base curry of our choice which is a part of the Indian cuisine.  What…

     
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  • Punjabi Kadhi Pakora

    March 23, 2015mayurisjikoni

    What is Punjabi? Punjab is a northwest state in India. Its considered as the bread basket of India. With five rivers passing through this state its one of the most fertile state in India. Punjabi refers to the people of Punjab, the language spoken there and also their cuisine is popularly known as Punjabi cuisine…

     
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  • Urad Dal /Split Black Gram Curry)

    August 8, 2012mayurisjikoni

    What is Urad Dal? Urad is known by several names – black gram, urad bean, vigna mungo, mungo bean or black matpe bean. Grown widely in the Indian Sub Continent it is used not only for curries but for so many other dishes. Urad dal, whole or split is a vital ingredient in preparing fermented batter…

     
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  • 20. pav bhaji

    February 2, 2012mayurisjikoni

    a humble but nutritious meal Pav bhaji is a very popular street food of India. In marathi pav means bread and bhaji means a potato based curry. Pav bhaji was a quick but light meal eaten by most mill workers in Mumbai. Most people visiting India do not leave the shores without having tasted pav…

     
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  • 18. khatta moong/ sour green gram curry

    January 30, 2012mayurisjikoni

    Packed with protein  Like other legumes, green lentils or moong are low in fat and high in protein and fiber, and have the added advantage of cooking quickly. Moong have a mild, often earthy flavor, and they’re best if cooked with assertive flavorings. Lentils cook more slowly if they’re combined with salt or acidic ingredients, so…

     
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  • 9. spinach masoor dal

    January 12, 2012mayurisjikoni

    wholesome dal     Whole masoor, flat lentils or puy lentils as they are called are packed with proteins, dietary fibres and Vitamin B1. The colours of these legumes or lentils range from yellow to orange red  to green, brown and black. They are used in making curries, soups and even salads. Today I will…

     
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