A super delicious Indian appetizer. The garlicky flavor, crispiness from the fried cauliflower, sweetness from the ketchup, tanginess from the lemon, heat from the red chilli flakes and saltiness from the soy sauce; brings in an explosion of flavors in your mouth.
Try my favorite Paneer Biryani for the weekend lunch. Nicely grilled cubes of paneer cooked in a aromatic masala along with the fragrant Mahatma Basmati Rice. Unlike other vegetarian biryani this one had a lot of spice n flavor to match the charisma of a non-veg biryani. #HolidayRiceRecipes
Kadai Paneer is an extremely flavorful North Indian side made using fresh Indian Cottage cheese (Paneer), Bell peppers and freshly ground spices. A perfect side for any Indian flatbread like Naan or rice like jeera rice / pulao. Vegans can simply use firm tofu instead of paneer.
Chilli Paneer (Dry) - A wonderful appetizer from the Indo Chinese cuisine. Soft Paneer (Indian Cottage Cheese) tossed in wonderful asian sauces and flavors. Vegans can easily substitute Firm Tofu for Paneer.
Vegetable Cutlet - A quick, easy and delicious Indian snack made from potatoes and other veggies. Crispy on the inside, soft and delicious on the inside. Probably the easiest way to have your family eat their veggies.
Malai Kofta is a rich and delicious North Indian gravy of deep fried paneer 'n potato dumplings swimming happily in a creamy tomato based sauce. The kofta itself is not sweet, nicely cripsy on the outside and soft to bite into. And the nuts and raisin filling adds a nice flavor and texture to the kofta balls. Vegans can use firm tofy instead of paneer while making the kofta balls and ground cashew paste instead of fresh cream for the gravy.
VEGETABLE BIRYANI RECIPE Vegetable Biriyani recipe (#LC14059): Vegetable biriyani is the most popular healthy and delicious biryani with vegetables and rice.This goes well with raita, papads and pickles. Find our easy to follow step by step recipe to make vegetable biriyani.
Pav Bhaji Recipe (#LC14008): An eternally popular street side snack of a spicy mash of an assortment of vegetables and ground masala, garnished with chopped onions and coriander, and paired with hot pav, doused with butter.