Matar Pulao Recipe – Microwave – Video

 Updated  Microwave Indian Recipes

Matar Pulao recipe in Microwave. Delicious Indian style Peas White rice are served with Main course curry like Punjabi Kadi, Dal Makhni and breads.

Paneer Kulcha Recipe – Stuffed Delhi Style – Video

 Updated  Recipe

Paneer kulcha is a famous North Indian snack served in schools and colleges. Sandwich Paneer Bhurji between Maida bread, light tawa fry and serve.

Matar kabab with corn

Matar Kabab Recipe – Snacks – Video

 Updated  Recipe

Matar Kabab with potato and corns as ingredients is an Indian fried snack recipe. Fast food Crisp cutlets can be sandwiched with bread and green chutney.

Matar Korma

Matar Korma Recipe – Video

 Updated  Recipe

Matar korma is a veg dish made by mixing spicy tadka, also called Kurma, with Matar as its main ingredient. You can add any vegetable or meat, if you like.

Kadi with Imli and Aloo

Imli Aloo Kadi Recipe – Video

 Updated  Recipe

Kadi with a flavor of Imli and ingredient as Potato instead of besan pakoda. Tamarind adds a soar taste and Aloo gives carbohydrates. Serve with white rice.

Paneer bhurji recipe

Paneer Bhurji Recipe – Punjabi Style – Video

 Updated  Protein Rich Indian Recipes

Paneer Bhurji restaurant style with Indian Punjabi flavor at home easily. Dry crushed paneer stir fried with vegetables. Quick fast food easy recipe.

Gobi paratha with besan

Gobi Besan Paratha Recipe – Video

 Updated  Recipe

Gobi Besan Paratha is a healthy combination with high protein content. Light tawa fry is better. Cauliflower is mixed with flour to make crisp breakfast.

Navratri Aloo Kabab Recipe – Fried Snack – Video

 Updated  Recipe

Aloo Kabab are made with Potato, Samak rice, Sendha Salt for Navratri fasting. Frying makes them high calorie snack. Serve with coriander Chutney with Tea.


  Follow Us

This story was originally published at inHouseRecipes. This printer-friendly version is made available for your personal and non-commercial use only.
              
© Copyright 2017   inHouseRecipes