Pudina Semiyan (Vermicelli in Mint Sauce)

This recipe is inspired by Pudina Shavige or Semiyan Upma which belongs to Karnataka (State in Southern India) cuisine. The recipe is mostly the same but I removed major ingredients like curry leaves and urad dal (of course, without spoiling the taste) from the main recipe. So I didn’t use the traditional name. Also, I want it…

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Gulab Jamun (Fried Milk Balls in Sugar Syrup)

Gulab Jamun is a classical Indian sweet which you can find in every Indian wedding and mostly during festival time in India. Generally, it is made from khoya (dried whole milk which is made by boiling milk for a longer time in an open pan). But you can make it from milk powder as well.…

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Bhindi Masala (Ladyfingers in Tomato Curry)

Disclaimer – This post contains affiliate links. But I recommend only if I am satisfied with the product myself. When you try to transform sweetie lady fingers into a tangy tasty curry, your guests are going to love it anyhow. This time I am giving you one of the tasty curries of Indian cuisine and…

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Sweet and Sour Mix Fruit Raita

In Indian Cuisine, we call Raita to a condiment made with dahi (yoghurt or curd) and single or mixed vegetable or fruit or sometimes with fried droplets of besan (gram flour). Fruit Raita (Fruit with Yogurt) always accompany Indian lunch or dinner. Fruits are high in fibre, and yoghurt is a probiotic. Thus, when these…

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