Bread Chutney | Instant, Super Easy Chutney in 10 Minutes

This simple and delicious bread chutney is a great side for idli, dosa, and uttapam. To make this chutney, all you need are some bread slices, plain yogurt, and a handful of kitchen-friendly ingredients. A chutney is a spicy condiment of Indian origin, made of fruits or vegetables with vinegar, spices, and sugar. The word… Continue reading Bread Chutney | Instant, Super Easy Chutney in 10 Minutes

Cheese Dosa | Crispy and Easy Instant Semolina Crepe in 30 Minutes

Cheese dosa — a quick and easy to make crispy Indian savory crepe is a popular street food served with sambar and different chutneys. This dish speaks for itself — a treat for dosa and cheese lovers. The fusion of cheese surely elevates the flavor of the regular dosa and makes it enticing in the… Continue reading Cheese Dosa | Crispy and Easy Instant Semolina Crepe in 30 Minutes

Masala Corn Curry: Delicious Restaurant Style Capsicum Corn Masala Sabzi

Masala Corn Curry is yet another Indian side dish jam-packed with flavor for roti/chapati or even mild pulaos/rice prepared with sweetcorn and cream. I have prepared this delicious, restaurant-style masala corn sabzi with sweetcorn, capsicum, cashew nut paste, and added milk and cream to give it richness, texture, and taste. Corn recipes have a lot… Continue reading Masala Corn Curry: Delicious Restaurant Style Capsicum Corn Masala Sabzi

Tawa Naan on Gas Stove: Tawa Naan Recipe | No Yeast and Oven

Quick, easy, delicious coriander butter naan bread without tandoor, oven, and yeast. This Tawa naan is soft on the inside and charred on the outside. Traditionally naan is cooked in a tandoor — hot clay oven. It is spongy, airy, Indian flatbread; the most popular bread in the Indian restaurants. And, after chapati naan is… Continue reading Tawa Naan on Gas Stove: Tawa Naan Recipe | No Yeast and Oven