Palak Paneer is a popular dish in Northern India and the spicy dish is best consumed with roti, the Indian flatbread. The paneer is allowed to soak in the flavours of palak and other spices by cooking it on a medium flame. Sounds enticing!
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No Bengali festival or celebration is complete without Rasgulla. Most of the time this mouthful of sweetness marks the beginning as well as the end of any occasion. Some even term it as the full-stop to a meal as it is customary to serve Rasgulla at the end of all the grandeur of food.
|• Veg. • Average Rating: 8.0 / 10 (161 votes)|
Feel like savoring something deliciously sweet? Try making the jalebi. With ingredients that are readily available at the local grocery store, you can easily rustle up India's favorite sweet dish.
|• Veg. • Easy Rating: 9.1 / 10 (53 votes)|
What better than hot, tangy tomato soup to have on a chilly winter evening? Packed with goodness of ripe tomatoes, it is a delicious way to ensure your skin remains supple and good looking.
|• Veg. • Easy Rating: 8.1 / 10 (142 votes)|
Dal Makhani is a very popular Indian recipe. Learn how to make/prepare Dal Makhni by following this easy recipe.
|• Veg. • Average Rating: 8.5 / 10 (37 votes)|
Cottage cheese marries fresh green peas so well, that matar paneer is the dish to whip up if you have both these ingredients in your pantry. Add in a few chopped coriander leaves for garnish and you have a success recipe for some happy tummies.
|• Veg. • Average Rating: 6.9 / 10 (59 votes)|
Even if you are a non-veg fan, this dish will count as one of your favorite ones. Paneer (cottage cheese) and the thick gravy made with a variety of spices and dry cashew nut paste indeed gives a royal feel and so the name 'shahi paneer'. Make it and dive into a filling meal by devouring shahi paneer with any Indian bread.
|• Veg. • Average Rating: 8.4 / 10 (82 votes)|
This typical Bengali sweet which drips of delicious sugar syrup with every bite is the pride of the state. One reaches a state of euphoria with every bite of this delectable sweet.
|• Veg. • Average Rating: 8.6 / 10 (62 votes)|
Aloo ki Tikki is a popular chaat recipe. Learn how to make/prepare Alu ki Tikki by following this easy recipe.
|• Veg. • Easy Rating: 7.4 / 10 (83 votes)|
This dish serves as a exceptionally popular side dish, that goes well with rice and roti. The black pepper and the cinnamon lend a distinct taste to this dish that makes it a favorite in many households. For the potato lovers, you cannot give this dish a miss.
|• Veg. • Average Rating: 8.0 / 10 (99 votes)|
Methi Matar Malai is a famous Punjabi recipe. It is usually served with hot naan. Learn how to make/prepare Matar Methi Malai by following this easy recipe.
|• Veg. • Easy Rating: 9.4 / 10 (57 votes)|
A typical South-Indian dish, there is no where else in the world where you will taste crab prepared is such a way. The juice of the sea food amalgamated with the spice and tang of the ingredients will make you want to indulge in this gravy more often than not.
|• Veg. • Easy Rating: 8.2 / 10 (6 votes)|
Moong Dal Halwa is a typical delicacy that is made in all North-Indian households during festivals. It is rich with tons of dry fruits which is the USP of the dish!
|• Veg. • Average Rating: 9.0 / 10 (52 votes)|
Now this one's absolutely effortless! Plan ahead for the ingredients, blend everything and freeze. Your Almond Kulfi is ready to savor. Absolutely worth the wait, isn't eat?
|• Veg. • Easy Rating: 6.5 / 10 (14 votes)|
Raj Kachori is a hot favorite among all chaat lovers. It is a dish filled with curd, channa and lots of yummy chutnies. That makes your life nothing less than heaven.
|• Veg. • Average Rating: 8.7 / 10 (33 votes)|
The absence of rice Kheer at any Indian wedding reception would result in the presence of numerous dumbfounded expressions. Custom made to suit the delight of that special day, this kheer holds basmati rice as its main ingredient and only made grand by the garnish of saffron and raisins that surfaces the pleasurable amalgamation of ghee, milk and sugar.
|• Veg. • Easy Rating: 8.9 / 10 (27 votes)|
Dal Bati is a delicacy originating in the land of desert, Rajasthan. Bati is a dumpling where a filling of rava is used and baked on a charcoal or wood fire stove. It is eaten with the spicy dal made of various legumes particularly tovar.
|• Veg. • Average Rating: 7.7 / 10 (31 votes)|
Hyderabadi Mutton Biryani is a very famous Hyderabadi main course dish. Learn how to make/prepare Hyderabadi Mutton Biryani by following this easy recipe.
|• Non Veg. • Average Rating: 6.4 / 10 (27 votes)|
Soyabean is undoubtedly one of the best vegetarian equivalents to chicken, since both are rich in protein and the legume's striking resemblance to the non-vegetarian delicacy. This mouth-watering dish is not just a treat to the taste buds but is also recommended by many dieticians for its high nutritional value.
|• Veg. • Difficult Rating: 9.3 / 10 (15 votes)|
Nasi Biryani is usually served on special occasions, such as weddings and festivals. Learn how to make/prepare Nasi Beriani by following this easy recipe.
|• Non Veg. • Average Rating: 7.4 / 10 (10 votes)|
If you are a chocolate lover then this is one dish that is tailor made for you. The blend of chocolates and cashew are totally to die for. I bet you can't eat 'just one'!
|• Veg. • Easy Rating: 7.0 / 10 (24 votes)|
Imarti is a dish that is typically served during weddings and festivals. This is a sweet dish that makes every occasion complete.
|• Veg. • Average Rating: 7.6 / 10 (8 votes)|
Similar to the Rasgula in appearance and texture, the desiccated coconut coated, mawa and dry fruits stuffed oval shaped bengali mithai is a mouth watering treat, one that amplifies the joy of any celebration.
|• Veg. • Easy Rating: 8.8 / 10 (19 votes)|
Nargisi Kofta's are an Awadhi delicacy, that is made with boiled eggs. It is a delicacy made during dinner time especially during festiveor wedding seasons. A lovely treat for all egg lovers.
|• Non Veg. • Average Rating: 9.4 / 10 (12 votes)|
If you are a chicken lover, you must have definitely tried this scrumptious dish. Murgh musallam is a combination of a lot of spices and added with ingredients of different taste but the way they blend with the chicken is the secret to this food. This can be made at home but make sure you have all the ingredients ready before you attempt to make murgh musallam.
|• Non Veg. • Average Rating: 8.0 / 10 (27 votes)|
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