Archive for the ‘Entree’ Category


By RS + January 29th, 2009

Kadhi (Hindi: कढी) is a traditional North Indian dish like soup that is eaten with rice and roti. It is prepared by mixing chickpea flour (besan), yoghurt and water and cooked over medium heat. North Indian style kadhi is usually spicy and also contains fried chickpea flour and vegetable balls pakoras - Wikipedia

Chole Masala(Chick Peas Gravy)

By anvis + July 11th, 2008

The globally famous Chole Masala. The minute you tell a Non-Indian that you are an Indian, in the context of food o’course, there is a pretty good probability they ask you if you know to make Chole. And they are almost always pleasantly surprised that is not that difficult to make.

Adai [ A dosa variety ]

By RS + May 21st, 2008

A simple and scrumptious dosa variety, protein loaded. It does not need fermenting. Healthy and tasty.

Quick Peas Pulav

By RS + May 17th, 2008

I am not sure this qualifies for a pulav in the traditional sense, but is is much more than a khichidi. It takes less than 20 minutes from start to end and nutritious. I also make this with variations of vegetables.

1 cup basmati rice
1 cup peas and corn
[You could substitute this [...]


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