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Paneer Butter Masala | Butter Paneer Masala | Paneer Makhanwala

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Paneer Butter Masala is a traditional Punjabi recipe in which soft pieces of Paneer are cooked in rich creamy butter & tomato gravy. Rich and aromatic gravy made by using tomato puree, ginger-garlic paste, and some Indian spices. Paneer Butter Masala goes very well with Phulkas, Naan, Tandoori Roti, Paratha etc. as well as with Rice varieties like jeera rice or even plain rice.


Whole Wheat Naan | Naan | Wheat Naan

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Whole Wheat Naan is a type of soft, flatbread made from finely ground wheat flour. Homemade wheat flour naan is fresh, soft and much healthier than frozen or all purpose flour naan. Perfect for any Punjabi subji, or curries. I have tried to make this recipe very easy. So, anyone can make their own wheat flour naan at home and enjoy their favorite curry.


Falafel | Felafel Recipe | Chickpea Falafel

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Falafel is crispy deep fried ball has tender interiors with a good internal balance of chickpea, parsley, and spice. Falafel is a traditional Middle Eastern food, commonly served in a pita bread, or wrapped in a flatbread known as lafa. Falafel balls may also be eaten alone as a snack or served as part of appetizers.


Falafel Pita Sandwich | Falafel Sandwich

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Falafel pita sandwich is a traditional and very popular Middle Eastern street food. Pita bread stuffed with crisp falafel, hummus, tomatoes, cucumber, onion, lettuce, and tahini sauce. It is the ultimate lunch or light dinner.


Tahini Sauce | Falafel Sauce| Sesame Chutney for Falafel

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Tahini sauce is a traditional Middle Eastern sauce is served throughout the Middle East. Tahini sauce is a mixture of tahini (sesame seeds paste), parsley, yogurt, lemon juice, garlic, and water. The sauce is used as a condiment to accompany dishes like Falafel sandwich, and Baba Ganoush.


Aloo Gobi | Potato Cauliflower Subji

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Aloo gobi is delicious dry subji made with potatoes(aloo), cauliflower (gobi) 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. So, try this recipe and make your favorite dish in a healthy way.


Kadhi Chutney | Fafda Chutney | Famous Gujarati Besan Chutney

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Kadhi chutney goes very well with famous Gujarati Fafda. It is also called Fafda chutney. It is made with besan, yogurt, and various spices. It gives a unique taste to the snacks like khaman, Chorafali, and Fafda.


Potato Masala | Masala For Dosa

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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. Potato masala is the favorite subji of all. With little variation you can utilize it for so many dishes like; aloo bonda( batata vada), samosa, potato sandwich etc;


Sambhar | Sambar

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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.


Aloo Paratha | Stuffed Potato Paratha

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Aloo paratha is the delicacy of North India but over the years has become very popular in all over India. Instead of preparing the plain roti it is preferable to prepare stuffed parathas since you get a vegetable intake as well. So try this yummy recipe of aloo paratha.


Pumpkin Subji | Kaddu Ki Subji

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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 | Rava Dosa | Quick Dosa Recipe

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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.


Garlic Chutney | Vada Pav Chutney

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Garlic chutney is very versatile and all-purpose chutney in all over India. Garlic chutney can be made dry or wet. This is wet garlic chutney version which is mostly used for dabeli & vada pav.  This is made with freshly grated coconut and is for immediate use.


Dal Baati | Famous Rajasthani Dish - Dal Baati

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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. Baatis are traditionally roasted in an open coal fire but you can also cook them in your oven. They are always served dipped in ghee accompanied with dal and churma.


Chhole Masala | Chana Masala

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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.  So try this easy recipe of chhole masala.


Kanda Poha | Poha | Onion Masala Poha

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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.


Upma | Suji Upma | Rava Upma

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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). There are many ways upma is prepared, and this recipe is one of them.


Dhokla | Gujarati Dhokla

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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. You could also enjoy it with coriander-mint chutney.


Sev Usal | Usal | Usal Pav

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Sev usal in Gujarat is little different from traditional Maharashtrian dish usal pav. In this recipe, Jaggery or sugar will be added like, all other Gujarati dishes. Usal is gravy made from dry green peas and served with sev, exotic chutneys, onion, tomato and coriander leaves.


Pav Bhaji

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Pav bhaji is a Maharashtrian fast food dish that originated in Mumbai cuisine. The pav-bhaji is a spicy preparation with a mixture of vegetables garnished with coriander chopped onion, and a dash of lemon and lightly toasted pav. It can be eaten as a snack or as a meal in itself.