Rajasthani Pitor Sabji – Chickpea Flour Tofu Curry – Burmese Tofu Curry

By |2019-08-21T23:12:46+00:00August 21st, 2019|Entrees, Indian, Recipe|

 Recently my friend asked me if I knew what was chickpea flour tofu and the name reminded me of a traditional Rajasthani dish called Pitor Ki Sabzi . It is a traditional Rajasthani curry of shallow fried chickpea dumplings in spicy yogurt gravy which is now known in the vegan circles as Burmese tofu !!

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Stir Fry Okra – Bhindi Tamatar Sabji

By |2019-03-30T19:20:27+00:00March 30th, 2019|Entree, Indian, Recipe|

Okra stir fry !! One-off my favorite vegetables , I have fond memories of my mom’s bhindi sabji ( okra ) . She used to make it for us to take it to school for lunch . Okra wrapped in a simple wheat paratha .... it takes me back to wonderful lunches at school !!Wonderful memories ❤️❤️. Cook the tomato and okra separately and then mix it together for this beautiful dish

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Vegan chickpea dumplings in coconut yogurt curry – Gatta Curry !!

By |2018-10-09T00:18:43+00:00October 3rd, 2018|Entrees, Indian, Recipe|

A very popular dish in north Indian menu is Gatta Curry. This dish truly takes me back home to Rajasthan and it is quite a favorite with my family here too. Although it is a little time consuming but the wait is well worth the work. My mouth is watering as I write about it ....

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Stir-Fried Vegetarian rice Noodles -Hawker Style

By |2018-08-06T20:29:01+00:00August 6th, 2018|Entrees, Indian, Instant Pot, Recipe, Snack & Starters, soup, Starters|

Rice noodles are a weekly fix in my kitchen ,If there is any leftover kids take it for lunch at school. This simple stir-fry is a dish to throw together .Coconut milk brings distinctive flavor and creamy heft to these rice noodles, which are stir-fried with tri color bell peppers and cabbage adding beautiful color to the dish

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Mung Dal – Yellow Split Bean Soup in an Instant Pot

By |2018-05-18T16:10:36+00:00April 17th, 2018|Entrees, Indian, Instant Pot, Recipe, Snack & Starters, soup, Starters|

I love Dal , Indian lentil soup . I often experiment with different flavors to keep it fresh an interesting in the Kitchen .The basic Mung dal is often eaten in the Indian kitchen with chappati and rice. It's a staple in our house , here I make it in a soup form with leafy greens This recipe makes it a meal in itself and cooking it in an Insant pot makes a one pot wonder . You will love how easy this is . Enjoy !!

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