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Latest Indian Recipes

  • Kodi Guddu Pulusu is a delicious and authentic Andhra style Egg Curry where hard-boiled eggs are cooked in an onion-tomato gravy. Pulusu means a tamarind-based curry dish and in this …

  • Bhindi Pyaz (or Bhindi do pyaza or Okra with onion) is a popular North Indian dish that is made with okra, onions and spices. The dish has become popular all …

  • Potato Onion Fry is the most popular and a commonly made dish in South India. A simple and versatile dish, this can be used in multiple way – as a …

  • Ghugni Chaat is an iconic street food of Bengal. Also known as Kolkata Ghugni Chaat, this is a nutritious dish made with dried white peas, potatoes, cumin seeds, onion and …

  • There are many different ways to make a dosa, but the Podi Dosa is one of the most popular. It is spicy and delicious, and can be made at home …

  • Paneer burgers are a popular dish in India. The dish is made out of paneer with a mixture of vegetables and spices wrapped in a thin bread bun and fried …

  • Rava idli is a dish that is popular in Southern India. Though the dish does not belong to any particular region, it has become a staple of South Indian cooking. …

  • Aloo matar is a vegetarian dish that is found in the cuisine of many regions in the Indian subcontinent. The name “aloo matar” literally means “potatoes and peas”. Aloo matar …