Masala Rice With Black Daal (Pulses)

Ingredients List

1) Black Gram (Daal) – One small size bowl
2) Chopped Onion – One small size bowl
3) Chopped tomatoes – One small size bowl
4) Cumin Seeds – Two tablespoons
5) Turmeric Powder – Two tablespoons
6) Gram Masala – One tablespoon
7) Cooking Oil – Three tablespoons
8) Rice – One small size bowl
9) Water (As required) Read more

Pav Chana Masala Recipe

Pav Chana Masala Recipe includes fresh pav shallow fried in butter, topped with white chana gravy and chopped raw onion, tomato, and cucumber. Following are the list of ingredients required and step by step instructions to prepare this recipe at home:

Pav Chana Masala Recipe
Pav Chana Masala Recipe

Ingredients:

  1. Fresh Pav
  2. Raw Chickpeas or Chana
  3. Chopped Onion
  4. Chopped Cucumber
  5. Chopped Tomato
  6. Water
  7. Salt
  8. Green Chilly
  9. Cooking Oil
  10. Ginger Garlic Paste
  11. Cinnamon or Dalchini
  12. Cloves or Laung
  13. Bay Leaf or Tej Patta
  14. Garam Masala

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Potato Masala Recipe

Potato MasalaPotato is the most commonly used vegetable in Indian recipes owing to the presence of vitamins, minerals, and fiber. Its consumption can reduce inflammation, maintain heart and bones, and strengthen bones. It contains vitamin C, which can act as an antioxidant and prevent any damage to the skin and other cells. Read more

Daal Makhni Recipe

Dal Makhani
Dal Makhani

Daal Makhni aka “Maa ki Daal” is one of Punjab’s famous dishes. It becomes more delicious when it contains a spoon full of white butter. It is generally served with tandoori roti or naan. Here is step by step guide to cooking daal makhni. Read more

Sambar Recipe

Sambar Recipe
Sambar

Sambar is a traditional South Indian dish that is generally served with rice, idli or dosa. It is made using toor daal and the combination of vegetables like bottle guard(Loki), pumpkin, carrot, beans, brinjal, drumsticks. You can choose any 2-3 vegetables of your choice. It is very easy to cook sambar at home. Here is step by step guide to cook sambar. Read more