Simple rasam recipe – Tomato saru without dal

Simple rasam recipe – Easy tomato Saaru recipe – How to make tomato Saru without dal – Rasam or Saaru recipe without dal

Rasam is a very famous south Indian dish.  This recipe takes very less time and very easy to prepare. Usually, we use Toor dal in Saaru but Today I am sharing a Tomato rasam without using any dal. We get readymade rasam powder in the market but I always prefer to make fresh masala at home.  Continue reading “Simple rasam recipe – Tomato saru without dal”

Mooli Raita – Radish Raita Recipe

Mooli Raita – Radish Raita Recipe – Mooli Ka Raita Recipe – Spiced yogurt salad with radish

Mooli ka raita is the quickest side dish you can make with rice, pulao, Thepla or also with Thalipeeth. This hassle-free radish raita is made up of with very fewer ingredients and is damn simple to make it. Continue reading “Mooli Raita – Radish Raita Recipe”

Maharashtrian Style Kadhi – Buttermilk Kadhi – Kadhi Recipe

Maharashtrian Style Kadhi – Buttermilk Kadhi – Kadhi Recipe

Kadhi or Karhi is a very famous Indian dish. It consists of a thick gravy based on chickpea flour and sour yogurt. People from the different region make it in a different way like Sindhi’s add veggies to Karhi whereas, in northern India, pakoras are added to the chickpea gravy and sour yogurt to add flavor to it. They are eaten either with boiled rice or roti or paratha. Continue reading “Maharashtrian Style Kadhi – Buttermilk Kadhi – Kadhi Recipe”

Potato Curry – Aloo ki sabzi

Potato Curry – Aloo ki sabzi

Today I am sharing the simplest version of potato Curry – Aloo ki sabzi, which you can eat with dosa, chapati or sandwich. Also, you can make chapati or roti roll with this and give it in a lunch box for kids. There are a lot of variations in making the potato curry and today I am sharing the dry version. Continue reading “Potato Curry – Aloo ki sabzi”

Tomato Curry Recipe – tomato ki sabji

Tomato Curry Recipe – tomato ki Sabji – tomato curry for chapati

When I use to stay in a room with my friends in a week at least 3-4 times we use to make tomato curry. Also, this is the curry, with which you will never get bored off and I am sure most of the bachelors out there tomato curry/chutney is their savior. You can eat this curry with chapati, roti or even with rice. Continue reading “Tomato Curry Recipe – tomato ki sabji”