Vazhakkai Poriyal Recipe – Raw banana Roast With Pepper

Vazhakkai Poriyal Recipe is a classic tamil nadu style poriyal which is also made ayurvedic without the addition of red chillies, onion and garlic. This poriyal made from raw banana tossed in asafoetida and black pepper makes it super delicious and tasty. The dish is very quick and easy to prepare and kids will love to try this recipe as it is flavorful and tasty. Raw banana is equally nutritious vegetable as it is diabetic friendly and has lots minerals, vitamins and a good source of fiber.

Serve the Vazhakkai Poriyal Recipe – Raw banana Roast as side dish along with Steamed Rice and Sambar for a delicious weekend lunch.

If you are looking for more Raw Banana Recipes here are some : 

  1. Kelyachi Bhaji Recipe (Raw Banana Stir Fry)
  2. Raw Banana Cutlet Recipe
  3. Bengali Beetroot And Raw Banana Chop Recipe (Spiced Cutlet Recipe)
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Nellikai Rasam Recipe – Whole Gooseberry Rasam

Nellikai Rasam Recipe is a absolutely delicious rasam made from Whole Gooseberries which is packed with nutrition and taste and most essentially an immunity boosting drink.

Rasam is the South Indian traditional soup that is filled with the necessary vitamins and antioxidants to fight the pollutants in the environment and also soothes various minor ailments. It is a comfort food that is tasty and helps build our immunity. 

Serve Nellikai Rasam along with Steamed Rice and Elai VadamKovakkai Poriyal Recipe and Spiced Buttermilk for a weekday lunch.

If you like this recipe, you can also try

  1. Veppam Poo rasam
  2. Paruppu Urundai rasam
  3. Moong Dal rasam.
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Sorakaya Masala Curry Recipe – Andhra Style Sorakaya Curry

Sorakaya Koora or Sorakaya Masala Curry is a simple and tasty Andhra Style curry where Bottle Gourd/Lauki is cooked with simple South Indian masalas. This recipe is simple to make and therefore its perfect to make during busy mornings to pack in your lunch box.

Did you know – Bottle Gourd is a vegetable high on water (about 92%) and is a rich source of vitamin C, K and calcium. It helps in maintaining a healthy heart and brings down bad cholesterol levels. It is low in saturated fat, cholesterol, high in dietary fibre.

Serve Sorakaya Masala Curry along with Mixed Vegetable Sambar, Beetroot Pachadi and Steamed Rice for your weekday lunch or dinner. 

If you like this recipe of Sorakaya Masala Curry, you can also try other Bottle Gourd recipes that you can make for your Vegetarian dinner:

  1. Khatta Meetha Lauki Recipe
  2. Sorekai Majjige Huli Recipe
  3. Sukhi Dahi Wali Lauki Recipe
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Gawar Ki Sabzi Recipe – Cluster Beans Curry

Gawar ki Sabji is a simple side dish which goes well with Rice or Roti. The addition of ajwain and combining it along with tomatoes and simple spices makes this dish stand out. This recipe uses a pressure cooker to make the Gawar Ki Sabzi, as a one pot dish – pressure cooking reduces the cooking time and gets done in 15 minutes from start to finish. 

Serve Gawar Ki Sabzi along with Panchmel Dal, Boondi Raita and Phulkas for a weekday meal.

If you like this recipe, you can also try other dry vegetable recipes such as

  1. Bengali Phool Gobhir Paturi Recipe
  2. Spicy Coconut Peanut Stuffed Baby Brinjal Recipe
  3. Bharwa Besan Mirch Sabzi Recipe
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Dhaba Style Chana Masala From Desserts of Jaisalmer

The Dhaba Style Chana Masala recipe is a lip smacking recipe from the desserts if Jaisalmer Rajasthan. I learnt this from the chef of the desert camp we stayed in. I love this chana masala so much and when I requested for the recipe, the chef who made this, came in and explained to me in detail on how to make it. Cooked in ghee and whole spices is what makes this chana masala stand out from the crowd.

Serve the Dhaba Style Chana Masala along with Puri, Kesar Elaichi Lassi and some onions for a perfect weekend meal.

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Upma Recipes For Your Breakfast That Can Be Made In Jiffy

Breakfast being the most important meal of the day should be healthy and nutritious, because it is the first meal of the day that will provide us energy to go through the remaining day. We have to make sure that it contains the right amount of nutrition that is required for our body. But, in our busy schedule, we end up making something that is quick, easy and lacks nutrition. For such days, we need some Breakfast ideas that are easy to cook and also tick marks the nutrition part. One of such Breakfast is UPMA

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Meghan Markle’s First Gig Post Royal Life Is A Nature Documentary With Disney

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Coronavirus Is Catalyzing Conscious Coupling, And I’m Actually Excited

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There’s nothing like a hilarious viral video or meme that really hits home. Particularly when you’re on lockdown and desperately in need of reminders that you’re not alone in these …

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High Protein Moong Dal Cheela Recipe With Stuffed Paneer

The High Protein Moong Dal Cheela Recipe With Stuffed Paneer recipe makes a delicious appetizer for the parties, a breakfast or even as a school lunch box. The cheela’s are made with yellow moong dal and filled with cottage cheese/paneer is rich in proteins and vitamins making it a healthy snack or meal for both adults and kids.

Serve Moong Dal Cheela along with Tomato Onion Chutney or a Dhaniya Pudina Chutney for Indian breakfast or pack it in kids lunch box.

If you like this recipe, you can also try other Appetizer recipes such as

  1. Bhaji Miligai And Baby Potato Fry Recipe
  2. Chicken Galauti Kebab Recipe
  3. Parsi Mutton Cutlets Recipe
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