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Garlicky Paneer and Veggies with Fried Noodles Recipe

  A few days back I was sipping on Manchow soup at the restaurant with my friends. It was a really well-made soup, loaded with finely shredded vegetables and perfectly balanced in taste. The topping of fried noodles was very crispy and lent a nice texture. Then I just thought to myself, how about I make a bowlful of fried noodles and pour stew over it? The stew will have

Sindhi Kadhi Recipe

Being a Sindhi I have a strong affinity to some Sindhi delicacies. Sindhi kadhi, tomato kadhi, fried potato-capsicum, potato-okra, seal phulko, and the quintessential Sindhi Papad are the things I can never say no to. Sindhi kadhi is prepared at least once a week in our home. It’s our go-to recipe when we want to have something soupy, tangy and spicy. We like the kadhi spicy, so this recipe calls

How To Make Dal Fry

After a week of cooking fancy dishes, today I decided to settle for something simple for lunch. What could be better than dal and rice? I made dal fry with yellow moong dal. It may seem like run of the mill, but it tastes gorgeous! Dal fry and jeera rice is my ultimate way to gastronomic nirvana! You need just the basic ingredients in your kitchen and you can prepare

Moong Masala Recipe - A Healthy Breakfast Idea

Moong Masala is one of the well-known Sindhi specialties. This dish is subtly spicy and tangy. If you are looking for healthy dinner ideas, do give this recipe a try. Moong Masala is usually served with pakwan, which is a type of crispy, deep-fried flatbread. This time I paired it up with rotis. We also make tamarind chutney because Moong Masala and Pakwan are just so incomplete without tamarind chutney

Sambar Recipe - Yummy Recipe

Hi there buddies! Hope you are hungry! Because, today I am sharing the sambar recipe as I had promised in the previous post. Sambar is a type of stew that is usually made with toor daal (pigeon pea) or yellow moong daal. It is a perfect accompaniment for idli, dosa, venpongal and appams. It is spicy and sour with a hint of sweetness. People in South India prepare a variety of different sambars, such