Kurkuri bhindi | crispy bhindi fry

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Kurkuri Bhindi Fry or crispy bhindi fry  is a tasty accompaniment with any meal. Serve it with any meal as an accompaniment, it is loved and relished by all.

It is assured that I need okra at least once in a week, usually sabzi but sometimes I do fry.  Here is another kind of fry that is tasty and crispy. (more…)

Restaurant style Veg Hariyali

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“Mamma, what is the curry or sabzi that you have made  along with chapati? ” is the pertinent question that I get each day. Well, accompaniments do enhance the taste of food that we eat. Spinach makes a great accompaniment. Here, is another kind of  side dish that you can make with roti or nan. It is known as  Veg Hariyali. (more…)

Delicious Malai Kofta

Continuing our blog hop, the theme is “Kofta Curry”. Thankyou to my blog hop girls for making this journey more interesting.

              Koftas are small balls made by deep or shallow frying. They are immersed in the gravy . This is a North Indian dish. The koftas and gravy are made of different kinds. Here is one kind which is immensly liked by all. 


Dal Fry restaurant style

Finally, 2015 has set in and this is my  first post of the year.Heartfelt thankyou to one and all for the support extended in 2014. My family, friends, bloggers and all others here ,really greatful to each one of you. I have many more recipes in store  and plans for this year , hope I accomplish them. (more…)

Green peas masala

Today’s post is of the authentic North Indian” green peas masala”. Before, I commence writing I am curious to know which is the difficult preparation for you? My difficulty has been baking but I have been able to manage it as I love doing it.I have had terrible times while baking cake,but now I am able to make good ones for my family.

            Is it the  curries or the rice dishes as pulavs and others or the Indian breads as the paratha and nan ? Or better still are you in search of healthy quick recipes for your children or is it only desserts ? Kindly leave your answer in the comment section of this post.

Green Peas Masala is tasty and makes a good accompaniment with roti ,nan or even chapati. It is good to use fresh peas , but if you are running  short, go in for the frozen peas.


  • green peas 2 bowl
  • onions 2
  • tomato 4
  • cumin powder 1tsp
  • coriander powder 1tsp
  • chilli powder 1tsp
  • turmeric powder 1/2 tsp
  • cashewnuts 6
  • milk 2tsp
  • fresh cream 1tbsp
  • salt to taste
  • coriander leaves 2 tbsp
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season of green peas !



  • Make a puree of tomatoes,ginger,garlic and onions together and keep aside.
  • Boil peas and keep aside.
  • Soak cashewnuts for half an hour and than make a paste of it with milk. Keep aside.

Take oil in a kadai and saute the puree for a while. The colour tends to change and the oil begins to show. Then,add the turmeric powder, coriander powder,cumin powder and chilli powder. Stir fry. Now, add the cashew paste and mix well. Add salt and required quantity of water to make a gravy. Then,add the boiled peas. Later, beat cream and add to it. Remove from fire. Serve with roti or nan.

Taste enhancers :  Add fried  paneer pieces to it. 

As I come to the end of this post, I hope you liked this dish of mine. Happy Cooking and before that, don’t forget to leave a comment in the post below .


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