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Are you bored eating the same old dal preparation? Then, Teliyah Meh this dal recipe is perfect for you. It Is A North-Indian Cuisine & Very Different From Regular Dal Recipe.


  • For Teliyah Meh
  • ½ Cup Whole Black Gram
  • Water
  • 3 Tbsp Ghee
  • 1 Onion
  • 4 To 5 Black Peppercorns
  • 3 To 4 Cloves
  • 1 To 2 Black Cardamom
  • 1 To 2 Bay Leaves
  • 2 – 3 Green Cardamom
  • 2 Cinnamon Sticks
  • 2 Tsp Cumin Seeds
  • 1 Tsp Ginger
  • ¼ Tsp Asafoetida
  • 1 Tsp Red Chilli Powder
  • Salt As Per Test
  • 2 Tsp Coriander Powder
  • ½ Tsp Turmeric Powder
  • 1 Cup Curd
  • 3 Tbsp Milk
  • Pinch Of Green Cardamom Powder
  • 1 Tsp Raisins
  • Ghee
  • Desiccated Coconut


  • Wash and soak ½ Cup Whole Black Gram.
  • In ghee add black peppercorns, cloves, black cardamom, bay leaves, green cardamom, cinnamon sticks, cumin seeds let it crackle.
  • Add onion and saute till onion is light brown.
  • Add ginger, asafoetida, red chilli powder, salt, coriander powder, turmeric powder and saute. Add curd and keeping stirring till curd is cooked.
  • Add boiled whole black gram and mix well.
  • Add milk, fresh cream and cook till semi dry.
  • Add green cardamom powder, raisins, ghee and desiccated coconut.

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The recipe for a traditional dish called Chana Madra from the hills of India. It’s a dish cooked in curd with very few ingredients and some dry fruits. It is served with rice.  This no onion, no garlic dish cooked in ghee is super creamy and supremely delicious.


Chana Madra

  • 1 cup desi ghee
  • 1 black cardamom (badi elaichi)
  • 2 cardmoms
  • 2-3 cloves
  • 2 cinnamon sticks
  • 1 tbsp asafoetida
  • 2 cup curd
  • 1 tsp turmeric powder
  • 1 tsp red chilli powder
  • salt to taste
  • 2 cup boiled kabuli chana (chiekpea)
  • 100 gm paneer
  • 2-3 tbsp desi ghee
  • 50 gm cashews
  • 50 gm raisins
  • 50 gm dry coconut


  • Put desi ghee in a top vessel; add big, small cardamom, cloves, cinnamon, asafoetida and curd.
  • Add turmeric, red chilli, salt, and boiled gram and let it cook.
  • Cut small pieces of paneer and add to it.
  • On the other side, roast chopped raisins, cashews and copra in ghee and mix it in paneer gravy.
  • Chana Madra is ready.

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Golden fried brinjal bathed in a spicy gravy. This one is an authentic Kashmiri delicacy, famous for its zingy flavours. Explore the Kashmiri cuisine with this delicious brinjal recipe. Cook and enjoy.



  • 2 Long Black Brinjals
  • Oil
  • Salt
  • 2tbsp Mustard Oil
  • 3-4 Cloves
  • 1 Tbsp Red Chilli Powder
  • 1/4 Asafoetida
  • 1 Tsp Fennel Powder
  • 1 Tsp Kashmiri Ver Masala
  • 1 Cup Tamarind Liquid
  • 1 Tsp Dry Ginger Powder
  • 2 Green Chillies


  • To make Chok Wangun: Long pieces of brinjal deep fry them in hot oil till golden brown remove from oil and sprinkle salt.
  • In second pan add water, mustard oil, cloves and red chilli powder salt to taste and asafoetida and stir it well.
  • Add water Kashmiri Ver Masala and add fried brinjal to gravy and stir well.
  • Add tamarind liquid dry ginger powder.
  • Green chillies to gravy and serve hot


History of Indian cuisine dates back to nearly 5,000-years ago when various groups and cultures interacted with India that led to a diversity of flavours and regional cuisines. 
Indian cuisine comprises of a number of regional cuisines.  The diversity in soil type, climate, culture, ethnic group and occupations, these cuisines differ from each other mainly due to the use of locally available spices, herbs, vegetables and fruits. Indian food is also influenced by religious and cultural choices and traditions. 
Foreign invasions, trade relations and colonialism had introduced certain foods to the country like potato, chillies and breadfruit.    

From the famous Gajar ka Halwa to the festive Sooji ka Halwa, you may have tried several varieties of halwas, but there is still a lot more that is left to be discovered. Try this “MIRCHI KA HALWA” We tried and it was Yummy…


  • 500 gm bhavnagri chillies
  • 90 gm alum
  • salt & water
  • 4 tbsp ghee
  • 100 gm khoya
  • 100 gm kalakand
  • 100 gm coconut powder


  • 150 gm sugar
  • cardamom powder
  • rose water
  • silver warq
  • pistachios
  • red bell papper


  • Remove stem from Bhavnagri chillies and cut them into half vertically.
  • Add alum to water and soak the chillies in water for 30 minutes.
  • Blanch the chillies in the water and add a pinch of salt to the boiling water.
  • Drain the chillies and repeat this process three more times.
  • Drain the chillies and make a paste.
  • Warm ghee saute chillies paste till it leaves the sides of pan.
  • Add khoya, kalakand and mix well.
  • Add ghee and saute.
  • Add coconut powder, sugar cardamom powder and saute till sugar is cooked.
  • Add rose water and mix well.
  • Pour Halwa in a squar mould.
  • Demould and garnish with silver warq, Pistachios and Red bell papper slices cooked in sugar syrup and rolled like cylinder.

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Ghugni also known as ragda is a popular evening snack eaten by the Bengalis. Served hot along with different accompaniments or enjoyed on its own, the hot snack along with various cold garnishes is immensely flavourful.

Ghugni recipe has its roots in the soil of Bengal. It is also a very popular snack in Orissa, Bihar and Assam. Ghugni is usually made from dried white peas and has a vibrant yellow colour after preparation. The radga is authentically made on a gas in slow flame. Regarding Ghugni, peas originated from India and Afghanistan which was once a part of India was the birth place of white peas. White peas is a warm food great for winter.


  • 1½ cup dried yellow peas
  • water as required
  • 1 tsp turmeric powder
  • 1 tsp cumin powder
  • 1 tsp coriander powder
  • 1 tsp red chilli powder
  • 1 green chilli
  • 2 pieces ginger
  • ½ onion
  • 2 tsp turmeric powder
  • 4-5 tbsp mustard oil
  • 2 tsp clarified butter
  • 1 red chilli
  • 1 bay leaf
  • 1 cinnamon stick
  • 3 cloves
  • 1 onion
  • 1 potato
  • 1 tomato
  • ¼ cup coconut
  • 2 tbsp clarified butter
  • ½ tsp coriander powder
  • ½ tsp cumin powder
  • green chilli onion
  • ½ piece lemon


  • To make Ghugni, first add the soaked white peas in the cooker and let it cook.
  • Then add water, turmeric, cumin, coriander and red chili powder in a bowl and toss to mix.
  • Add green chilies, ginger, onions and turmeric to the cooker and cook again.
  • After that, add mustard oil, desi ghee, red chillies, bay leaves, cinnamon, cloves, onion, potato, spices paste and tomato in a pan and mix it.
  • Now take the cooked peas out of the cooker and add it to the pan.
  • Fry the pieces of wet coconut in desi ghee and mix it to the pan.
  • Ghugni is ready, add coriander and cumin powder, green chillies and onion and serve it with lemon pieces.


There are many lesser known Indian recipes which are made from veggie peels or leaves that are usually discarded by us. Over a period of time, we are losing these recipes as we don’t realise that some vegetable peels, leaves or roots also carry nutritional value. Given below is one of them. Do try and let us know…Eat Healthy & Enjoy…

Gobi ke danthal ki sabzi recipe – a dry spiced curry made from cauliflower stalks and leaves. A vegan dish. Don’t expect any restaurant flavours or taste in this one. This dish belongs to the vast collection of recipes that are cooked every day in Indian homes.


  • 1 full Gobi danthal (cauliflower stems)
  • 1 large onion chopped
  • 1 tablespoon Chopped Garlic
  • 1 tablespoon Chopped Ginger
  • 1 large Tomato, chopped
  • 1 small Green chili, chopped
  • 1/4 cup Tomato puree
  • 1/2 cup Water
  • 1 teaspoon Cumin seeds
  • 1/4 teaspoon Haldi
  • 1/2 teaspoon  Red chilli Powder
  • 5 teaspoon Coriander powder
  • 5 teaspoon Garam Masala Powder
  • Salt to taste
  • 2 tablespoon Oil


  • Take a fresh cauliflower and make sure its stem is fresh and green and not wilted. Let’s begin by cutting the danthal/cauliflower stems first.
  • Remove stalks and leaves from cauliflower.
  • Save the cauliflower
  • Peel the stalks and…
  • Cut them in small pieces.
  • Cut the leaves too.
  • For the thick stem part, cut and slice them into pieces.
  • Wash them thoroughly under tap water.
  • Rub the pieces and wash them again. Drain and set them aside.


  • Heat oil in a pan. Add cumin seeds and as they start to crackle mix in ginger and garlic.
  • Saute for few seconds and mix in chopped onions. Saute until onions are translucent.
  • Mix in chopped tomato and tomato puree. Mix and add spices.
  • Cook for couple of minutes until oil starts to separate.
  • Add chopped danthal (cauliflower stems).
  • Add water and cover.
  • Let it cook for 20 -25 minutes or until the cauliflower stems are soft and tender. You can choose to pressure cook this for 4-5 whistles.
  • Cook until all the water has evaporated and oil starts to separate.
  • Adjust seasonings..
  • Serve hot with warm rotis and homemade curd.

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A fascinating mix of Portuguese& British influences, Mumbai’s 2000 years old East Indian Community’s food is a mouthwatering blend of Art and History. From rustic recipes that two millennia old to the ones that transport us into the 21st century kitchen, the forgotten recipes of Mumbai’s East Indian Community, promise to pack & whet the appetite even today…  Kanji Curry


  • Kanji
  • 1/4 Kg. Drumsticks
  • Baby Brinjal
  • 1/4 Kg. Madras Cucumber
  • 1/4 Kg. Red Pumkin
  • 1/4 Kg. Madras Onion
  • Coconut Milk
  • Lemon Juice
  • Jeera powder

For Paste       

  • 10 Green Chillies
  • Coriander


  • Put rice kanji in a Kadhai. Add salt to taste, coconut milk and let it come to boil.
  • Add green chilli paste
  • Cut all the vegetables into small pieces.
  • Add the cut vegetables along with Lemon juice to the kanji.
  • Add little jeera powder.
  • Keep the flame on low fire and stir till veg are cooked
  • Serve Hot.
  • Kanji Curry is best eaten with plain white rice. It is a cooling dish hence eaten when it is hot.

NB: The above recipe is modified to a veg recipe. The actual Kanji recipe is with crabs, squid and prawns cooked with all the vegetables mentioned above.

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Usually, the potato is a favourite among all. And for the same – Kashmiri Dum Aloo. While potatoes can be transformed into a variety of tempting dishes, Kashmiri Dum Aloo is unique thanks to the number of flavours it packs within! This authentic North Indian curry is cooked with curd, tomatoes, packed with flavourful paste of spices while the baby potatoes coated with chillies are added from the top. As a perfect finish, it is garnished with dried fenugreek leaves.

Dum Aloo Kashmiri doesn’t use any onion and garlic and hence is Satvik style of cooking. Be generous with the use of salt and sugar in this recipe as they bring out the deep flavour of the spices to life. And also since you will be spending a little more time in the kitchen when preparing this dish, make sure you cook some extra as the leftovers taste even better a day after or even a two days later!




  • 15-18 New Potatoes/Baby Potatoes scrubbed and washed
  • Oil for deep frying
  • Salt to taste

For the Gravy:

  • 10 each Cashews & Almonds, soaked in warm water for 2 hours
  • 1 inch Cinnamon
  • 4-5 Cloves
  • 4 Green Cardamoms
  • 1 small Anise/Aniseed
  • 1 Bay Leaf
  • 1- 1 ½ heaped tbsp. Saunf/Fennel Seeds
  • 1 tsp Jeera/Cumin Seeds
  • 1½ tbsp. Dhania/Coriander Seeds
  • ½ – 1 tbsp. Sugar
  • 6-8 Dried Red Kashmiri Chilli (Or any mild dry red chillies)
  • ½ – ¾ tsp Dried Ginger Powder or 1 inch fresh Ginger, peeled and roughly chopped
  • 1 cup Thick Yogurt, whisked to remove any lumps

For Tadka/Tempering:

  • 1 tsp Jeera/Cumin Seeds
  • 1 tsp Saunf/Fennel Seeds
  • ¼ tsp of Hing/Asafoetida (Optional but recommended)
  • 1 tbsp Oil/Ghee


  • Take cashews and almonds in a small bowl and add just enough hot water to cover them. Let them soak in this water for 2 hours.
  • Scrub and wash baby potatoes to remove all dirt. Pierce every single potato several times with a help of a fork and then place them in a pan and add about tbsp of salt and enough water to just cover them. Let it rest for 15-30 minutes.
  • Next, close the lid and cook them on medium flame for 8-9 minutes or until they are par boiled. You can even cook them in a microwave for 7-8 minutes.
  • Drain all the water and towel dry them with kitchen towel to remove any moisture. Since we will be deep frying the potatoes in very hot oil, make sure that the potatoes are moisture free. Once you have dried the potatoes, you can leave their skins on or remove it. I have left their skins on as I like the crisp and earthy taste of deep fried potatoes.
  • Heat the oil in a kadai/wok for deep frying. Once the oil is hot, deep fry the potatoes in batches of 6-8 until they turn golden, about 3-4 minutes per batch. Gently move them around so that the potatoes are evenly fried with a help of slotted spoon and place them in a plate/bowl lined with kitchen napkins to remove any excess oil. Repeat until you have deep fried all the potatoes and keep them aside until required.
  • Next we will proceed to make the delicious, creamy cashew-almond gravy for the Dum Aloo Kashmiri. Dry roast cinnamon sticks, cloves, green cardamom, star anise, bay leaf, coriander seeds, cumin seeds and fennel seeds on a medium flame for a minute. Dry roasting the spices brings out their natural oil which makes the gravy very flavourful.
  • Transfer the dry roasted spices to a clean, dry plate and let them cool down to room temperature. Once cool, grind these roasted spices, ginger and soaked cashews and almonds along with the water in which they were soaked to smooth paste. Add little more water to aid in grinding the spices and nuts to fine paste.
  • Prepare the dough by mixing plain flour with little water and knead it well to make soft dough. Roll the dough to make long thick strip to seal the lid. Keep it aside until needed.
  • Now it’s time to put everything together! Heat oil/ghee in a pan and add cumin seeds, fennel seeds and hing. When cumin seeds start to sizzle and change colour to deep brown, about 1 minute, mix in ground cashew-almond paste and stir well for 2-3 minutes on medium flame.
  • Add sugar and yogurt and mix them well. Let it cook for a minute or two before adding a cup of water and salt to taste. Reduce the heat to low and cover the pan with lid and let the gravy cook for 3-4 minutes.
  • Remove the lid and add the potatoes and mix them well so that the potatoes are well coated with the gravy. Add about ¾ – 1 cup of water or little more if you find the gravy too thick and adjust the seasoning. Cover the pot with lid and seal the lid with the dough strip. Let it simmer for 15-20 minutes on low heat without disturbing. This is called ‘dum’ cooking, a slow cooking in a low flame and helps the potatoes to absorb all the rich flavours from gravy. You can skip sealing the lid if it is too much of a hassle and simply close the lid and let the curry simmer for 10-15 minutes.
  • Switch off the flame and let the Dum Aloo Kashmiri rest for another 10 minutes. Sprinkle finely chopped coriander and finely chopped cashew and almonds and serve hot with any Indian flat breads or plain or flavoured rice and enjoy!

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