Popular Food Recipes



 Panchdal
Panchdal
Panch dal or Panch Mel dal is a combination of five different dals. These five type of lentils have high nutritional value, which is very healthy for all age groups.


 Litti Chokha
Litti Chokha
Litti chokha is a traditional dish of Bihar. It is a popular snack, street food in the states of U.P., Bihar, and Jharkhand. Chokha is prepared with mashed boiled potatoes, roasted eggplants and tomatoes blended with spices.


Vegetable Sandwich
Vegetable Sandwich
A vegetable sandwich is India’s most famous street food. Everyone can make this without any extra effort. This is quick, easy and healthy street food. 


 Dal Makhani
Dal Makhani
Dal makhani is now universally recognized as a quintessentially Indian dish. Rich, creamy lentils cooked with assorted spices makes it one of the best warm and soul foods ever!



 Upma
Upma
Upma is a common South Indian breakfast dish. The word 'Uppu' in Tamil means Salt and the word 'Mavu' in Tamil means flour and hence the dish is called Upma in Tamil. Upma is usually made with suji(rava).


 Methi Vada
Methi Vada
Methi vada is famous Gujarati dish generally prepared during the winter season for evening snack or dinner and served with tea or yogurt. Though it’s deep fried it has benefits of millet flour and fresh methi leaves.


Tomato Soup
Tomato Soup
Tomato soup is a very simple, creamy and yummy soup. It is made from fresh tomatoes, garlic, onion, spices and flavored with basil leaves. 


 Dahi Vada
Dahi Vada
Dahi vada is a delicious Indian chat which is very famous all over India with different names. In this recipe moong dal and urad dal deep fried vadas are first put in thin buttermilk and then transferred to thick beaten yogurt. 


Biryani
Vegetable Biryani
Vegetable biryani is most famous Indian rice dish inherited from Mughlai biryani. Vegetables and saffron give very rich and exotic flavor to this dish. It can be served with or without yogurt.


 Dudhi Muthia
Bottle Gourd Muthia
Bottle gourd(Dudhi) muthia is famous Gujarati anytime meal. It is made from wheat flour, chickpea flour mixed with shredded bottle gourd and spices. It is steamed and tempered with oil and spices.


 Traditional Tea
Traditional Tea
Tea is undoubtedly most famous and highest consumed beverage in India. It is very famous beverage since ancient times and is equally famous in present time. Tea is favorite among all age groups.


 Sago Khichdi
Sabudana Khichdi
Sabudana khichdi is specially made during fasting, but it also great for breakfast or snack. It is cooked with Sabudana, potatoes, chilies and peanuts.


 Moong Dal Halwa
Moong Dal Halwa
Moong dal halwa is popular Rajasthani sweet and specially made during festivals like Holi and Diwali. It is made from moong dal, ghee, milk, and sugar and requires a lot of patients to prepare it.


Misal Pav
Misal
Misal is one of the most popular street food in Maharashtra.  Misal is a healthy and nourishing dish as it made from sprouted beans. Great for breakfast or light dinner with pav/bread, plain or toasted with butter.


Kanda Lahsun Masala
Kolhapuri masala, the authentic stuff made with red chili powder, onion, garlic, dry coconut and other spices. It is also known as Kolhapuri chutney and is similar to kanda-lasun masala. 


 Rice Khichu
Rice Khichu
Rice khichu is a traditional Gujarati dish made from rice flour and flavored with spices. It is easy to make and easily digestible afternoon snack. This is so popular that it is even sold on the streets of Gujarat.


 Dabeli
Dabeli
Dabeli is a famous street food of India, originating in the Kutch region of Gujarat. This is an easy recipe with ready made dabeli masala, so make this delicious dabeli at home and enjoy.


Green Chutney
Coriander mint chutney knows as Green chutney. This is most popular chutney and tastes great with and samosa, sandwiches, chats, pakoda etc.


 Aloo Methi Subji
Aloo Methi Subji
Aloo methi is a perfect combination of taste and health benefits. It is made from potatoes, methi leaves and spices. It can be served with roti or paratha.


Methi Muthia
Bajri Methi Muthia
Bajri methi muthia is delicious Gujarati snack for light dinner or breakfast. It is prepared by rolling and steaming bajri (millet) flour dough with mixing fresh methi leaves and spices.


 Kachariyu
Kachariyu
Kachariyu can be made by either black or white sesame seeds.  The word "kachar" means crushed in Gujarati. In this recipe crushed sesame seeds mixed with jaggery and dried fruits.


Bhaji Pav
Pav Bhaji
Pav bhaji is a Maharashtrian fast food dish that originated in Mumbai cuisine. It is a spicy preparation with a mixture of vegetables garnished with coriander chopped onion, and a dash of lemon and lightly toasted pav. 


 Rava Uttapam
Rava Uttapam
Rava uttapam is a colorful and delicious south Indian dish. It is easy and quick to make and good for any time meal. Mostly eaten with sambhar and coconut chutney.


 Sev Tameta Nu Shaak
Sev Tomato Curry
Sev Tomato Curry is the traditional dish of Gujarat. Its is quick and tasty made from cooked tomatoes tempered with spices and mixed with besan thin sev. It goes well with bajri rotla or wheat roti.


 Methi Thepla
Methi Thepla
Methi thepla is undoubtedly most famous theplas in Gujarati meals. Among all theplas, this is very healthy one. Methi thepla made from 3 grains, garlic, ginger and most important- fenugreek leaves.


Mawa burfi is one of the popular sweet for all festival, celebration, and occasions. Mawa burfi is very easy to prepare and taste creamy, delicious.


Dahi Bhat
Curd Rice
Curd rice is very popular in the states of South India. In South Indian home cuisine, it is standard to eat curd rice at the end of lunch and dinner, which helps ease the effects of the spicy main dishes. It is also said to aid digestion.


 Peanut Tomato Chutney
Peanut Tomato Chutney
Peanut tomato chutney is an excellent accompaniment to South Indian meals. Peanut tomato chutney provides more taste and flavor to the regular Idlis.


Gujarati Handvo
Handvo
Handvo is famous Gujarati snack. It is similar to the cake but spicy, made with rice and dal better or handvo flour mix with shredded long squash and spices. It goes well with tea, sauce or chutney.


 Baingan Bharta
Baingan Bharta
Baingan Bharata is a part of the national cuisines of both India and Pakistan. It’s creamy (without any cream), spicy, hearty and just plain delicious.


 Moong Dal Dhokla
Moong Dal Dhokla
Moongdal dhokla is healthy and another variation of famous Gujarati dhokla. Moongdal dhokla, is rich in zinc, folic acid, iron, and proteins.


 Kaju Katli
Kaju Katli
Kaju katli/Kaju Katri/ Kaju barfi is an Indian dessert made from kaju(cashew) powder and sugar syrup. It is the most famous sweet in all over India.


 Gujarati Dal
Gujarati Dal
Gujarati dal is an integral part of Gujarati meals. It is very comfort dal for an everyday meal in every Gujarati household. It is very famous for its spicy, sweet and sour taste.


 Potato Subji
Potato Subji
Potato subji is a most common dish in Indian cuisine. Every state has its own taste and variation and It can be made many different ways. This is Gujarati style subji which is little spicy, tangy and sweet.


Guacamole
Guacamole
Guacamole is heart healthy, creamy and delicious dip made from avocados, vegetables, and spices. Avocado provide essential nutrients, including fiber, potassium, Vitamin E, B-vitamins and folic acid. 



 Batata Vada
Batata Vada
Batata(Potato) vada is one of the most popular snacks in India. In Maharashtra this recipe is called Batata vada, In south potato bonda, and In Gujarat, it is also called batata vada. 


 Dal Baati
Dal Baati
Dal baati is simple, nutritious and wholesome Rajasthani meal. Dal is made with a number of different types of lentils which are cooked along with the assorted Indian spices.


Sada Dhokla
Dhokla
Dhokla is a originates from the state of Gujarat. It is made with a fermented batter derived from rice and chickpea splits. Dhokla can be eaten for breakfast, as the main course, as a side dish or as a snack.


 Masala Tea
Masala Tea
Masala tea is made by brewing black tea with a mixture of aromatic Indian spices and herbs. It is very healthy, especially during the winter as it contains natural immunizers such as ginger, cardamom, etc.,



Murruku
Chakli
Chakli is a traditional Indian snack is probably the most famous among savory snacks in India. In this version, we made chakli with gram flour, moong dal paste, and rice flour. 


Usal
Sev Usal
Sev usal in Gujarat is little different from traditional Maharashtrian dish usal pav. Usal is gravy made from dry green peas and served with sev, exotic chutneys, onion, tomato and coriander leaves.


 Kansar
Kansar(Lapsi)
Kansar or Lapsi is a popular sweet dish made on special festivals and occasions. In Gujarat, lapsi is given as prasad (holy offering) in marriages and other religious occasions. 


 Vegetable Pulao
Vegetable Pulao
Vegetable pulao is a versatile dish of India. There are many different ways to make vegetable pulao, here is my recipe for making pulao. This pulao is simple, flavorful and have a good amount of vegetables.


 Muli Paratha
Muli Paratha
Muli paratha is very famous in Punjab. It is the best way to enjoy muli and its benefits. It is generally served and tastes great with raita.


 Mango Pickle
Mango Pickle
Mango pickle is the most popular pickle in India. It is made with raw mango mixed with crushed mustard and methi seeds. It tastes great and can be enjoyed with any Indian bread.


 Hummus
Hummus
Hummus is a Levantine dip or spread made from cooked chickpeas blended with tahini, olive oil, lemon juice, salt, red chili, coriander cumin powder and garlic



 Khaman
Khaman
Khaman or Khaman Dhokla is a food common in the Gujarat made from gram flour(besan). Khaman are so soft and spongy in texture.


 Kadhi
Kadhi
Kadhi is an integral part of Gujarati food and especially when you eat khichdi or rotla. Kadhi is going well with lots of Gujarati foods. It is prepared from chickpea flour, curd, ginger garlic, and spices.


 Chhole Masala
Chhole Masala
Chhole masala is a popular North Indian dish made with chickpeas and authentic Indian spices. In the restaurant, it served with bhatura or puri but you can eat the chhole masala as a curry over rice or with any Indian bread.


 Bhel
Bhel Mix
Bhel mix is very famous street food all over India. It has a nice balance of various flavors and you can mix it any way you like it. It is easy to prepare and can be enjoyed at any time.


Khajoor Imli Ki Chutney
Tamarind dates chutney is very famous and versatile chutney in all over India. A chat is so incomplete without the dates and tamarind chutney. It is a perfect balance of sweet and sour using dates and tamarind. 


 Sandwich Dhokla
Sandwich Dhokla
Sandwich dhokla is a delicacy originated from Gujarat is also one of my favorite dhokla. In this recipe layer of white dhokla with green chutney spread over it and topped up with a layer of yellow dhokla.


 Poha Chivda
Poha Chivda
Poha chivda is a very common popular crispy snack. It is prepared using thin poha, roasted with oil and mixed with spices and curry leaves. It is very light and healthy snack often goes well with tea.


 Aloo Gobi
Aloo Gobi
Aloo gobi is delicious dry subji made with potatoes, cauliflower and Indian spices. Preparing the Aloo gobi is quite simple and if you cook it with less oil It's become healthful low calorie, high fiber food.


Coconut Chutney
Coconut Chutney
Coconut chutney is an integral part of South Indian cuisine. It is made from coconut and spices. It is served with almost all South Indian dishes - dosa, idly, etc.


 Aloo Paratha
Aloo Paratha
Aloo paratha is the delicacy of North India but over the years has become very popular in all over India.


Poha
Kanda Poha
Kanda poha is very popular breakfast or light snacks dish. Plenty of onions with peanuts makes this very tasty. It is very quick to make and goes very well with Indian tea.


 Kaddu subji
Pumpkin(Kaddu) Subji
Pumpkin(Kaddu) subji is a sweet, sour and spicy dish. It is a very popular North Indian dish served with a puri, roti or any Indian flat bread.


 Onion Rava Dosa
Onion Rava Dosa
Onion Rava Dosa is a very popular South Indian breakfast which is very easy to prepare. It is an instant recipe and needs no prior planning. It is very tasty, crispy and instant but you need a little skill to prepare this dosa.


 Potato Masala
Potato Masala
Potato masala is an excellent accompaniment to the south Indian meals. It is mainly used as masala for dosa. It is a popular south Indian dish also served with a puri, roti, or any Indian flat bread.


 Masala Thepla
Masala Thepla
Masala thepla is the most popular thepla in Gujarat. This is a very easy and quick to make and comfort food for the picnic or traveling as it stays for 2-3 days or even more.


Bhakhri
Biscuit Bhakhri
Biscuit bhakhri is made from wheat flour and often served with ghee on top. It is made crispy like a biscuit. It is the best match with Indian tea or coffee and also goes well with any Indian curries.


 Bharela Ringan
Bharwan Baingan
Bharwan Baingan (Stuffed Round Eggplant) is traditional Gujarati cooking. This is very easy to prepare and gives you unique taste of Gujarati Foods.


Gajar Halwa
Carrot Halwa
Carrot halwa is a very popular dessert all over India and often served in most festivals. This is considered as healthy halwa. It is made from grated carrot, milk, ghee and sugar.


 Sambhar
Sambhar
Sambhar or Sambar is an Integral part of south Indian dishes. It is served with dosa, idli, vada, upma or rice. It is made using yellow lentils, vegetables, and aromatic spices.


 Refried Beans
Refried Beans
This creamy dip made from pinto beans, onion, garlic, cumin and other spices. Refried beans are served with tortilla chips or it can be a stuffing for many Mexican dishes.


 Thalipeeth
Thalipeeth
Thalipeeth is healthy paratha made from various flours. It is very nutritious, rich in iron, folic acid and a quite delicious snack for breakfast. This is the combination of many flour and spices.


 Methi Malai Matar
Methi Malai Matar
Methi malai matar is a flavorful, creamy curry of North India.The leaves have a strong flavor and slightly bitter taste while green peas provide a little sweetness to the dish.


Fafda -Jalebi
Fafda
Fafda is famous Gujarati snack. It is made from chickpea flour mixed with spices. Generally, it goes well with kadhi chutney and raw papaya (sambharo).


 Missi Roti
Missi Roti
This is the combination of roti and dals. Missi roti is made with various dals and spices. Instead of two different items, you can make 2 in 1 dish and enjoy its unique taste and texture.


 Suji Halwa
Suji Halwa
Suji halwa is very famous sweet for all kind of auspicious occasion. It is made from suji, milk, ghee, sugar and garnished with dry fruits.


Plantain Chips
Banana Chips
Banana chips are all time popular snack made from raw banana, fried in oil and seasoned with spices like black pepper and salt.


 Makki Ki Roti
Makki Ki Roti
Makki ki roti is a traditional dish from northern India especially Punjab. It is made from corn flour. It is best matched with Sarson ka saag and the duo makes a great combination.


 Sarson Ka Saag
Sarson Ka Saag
Sarson ka saag is a popular curry in Punjab, India. It is made from mustard leaves (sarson), spinach and spices. It is traditionally served with Makki ki roti (corn bread).

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