Compared to other region ,Odia cuisine used relatively less oil and is less spicy but of great taste. Odia cooks, particular from the Puri region, were much sought after due to their ability to cook food in accordance to the Hindu scriptures. During the 19th century, many Odia cooks were employed in Bengal and they took several dishes with them. Dalma is one of the most common recipe in every Odia household, particularly the coastal Odisha. Being from the coastal district of Odisha, Dalma is my all time favorite dish. It is a vegetarian dish in which dal and lots…


Paneer Vegetable Jalfrezi is a colorful and nutritious curry prepared with mixed vegetables and paneer. Jalfrezi is a cooking method where the curry is prepared in a saucy base.It goes very well with rotis, parathas, naan and kulchas. To make a perfect jalfrezi, you have to see that the vegetables added to the curry retains its crunch.


Gujarati Kadhi is a popular dish made from yoghurt, gram flour, asafoetida and curry leaves giving it a savoury flavour. It is a very popular dish amongst the Indian households and it goes very well with khichdi. Every region has  their own way of making Kadhi which is a traditional preparation of a wonderful sweet and…


The delicious Punjabi dum aloo is one of the most loved potato curry recipes of Indian cooking. This mouth watering truly punjabi style dum aloo recipe with curd and kasuri methi flavored gravy at home is just a few easy steps away. Through out the entire region of our country, this recipe is made with so many variations.Here I am going to show you a truly Punjabi dum aloo recipe made at home in a restaurant style.Do try out yourself and see the result .


VEGETABLE MOMOS Momo is a type of dumpling native to Tibet and Nepal. I had first tried these delicacy on my visit to kathmandu in way back in 2009 an since then it has remains as one of the all time favorite. I had tried these recipe a no. of times , manya times I have failed but I keep on trying and now it seems so easy. Enjoy your hot steaming momos with your family .

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