Posts Tagged ‘Roti’

Besan Ki Roti

Besan Roti is very flavorful and healthy flat brad, high in protein and gluten free. Besan roti can be served with dal and leafy green vegetables like spinach or with yogurt.

Butter Paneer Masala

Butter Paneer Masala is a rich entre made with Indian cheese and a creamy sauce. This dish is tasty when served over white rice or with Naans or Tandoori Rotis.

Chole Palak (Chickpeas With Spinach)

Chickpeas and spinach is a great combination and a healthy, protein rich dish. Chickpeas immersed with spicy spinach gravy. This dish can be served with roti, naan or any other bread.

Contest August 2010

Friday, August 6th, 2010

For this month, I am resuming the monthly contest again. However, from now on, I will choose the top 5 recipe entries and then let the viewers vote for the 1st and 2nd place winners. Based on feedback, I feel this is a better way to continue the future contests. The rules for August are […]

Contest February 2010

Tuesday, February 9th, 2010

For this month’s recipe, I am choosing the classic Roti (chapati) or Paratha flat breads. You can make lots of varieties like Spinach Paratha, Aloo Paratha, Gobhi Paratha and Tandoori Roti. If you’ve never made Indian flat breads before, this is a great chance to try it. I’m eager to see what you all come […]

Dal Makhani

Dal Makhani is a popular north Indian dish; it is rich and hearty. Dal Makhani is a combination of whole urad and red kidney beans. It goes great with Naan or Tandoori Roti.

Eggplant Roti Wrap

I am fond of Mediterranean food, so I decided to make my own version of wrap inspired by Mediterranean flavors. I used big sized roti/chapati for the wrap, eggplant pakoras/fritters along with home-made hummus and mint chutney.

Grilled Eggplant Salsa Wrap

I bought a new small Indoor Electric grill (George Foreman grill) this summer and have tried several grilling recipes – the most hit was the Pineapple grilled with Honey sauce – which was actually my own accidental invention. So I have used it for the eggplant-tomato-green peppers filling. The dressing is the sauce filtered out from the grill machine spread over the tortilla before putting the filling! The wrap is filled with fresh romaine lettuce and pepper jack cheese! Hope you will like it.

Indo-Chinese Bread

We all love chinese food. I love it too. Actually chinese is one of my favorite cuisine. Chinese food is really healthy food and aroma of sauces used in it is also very nice. It always contains so many healthy vegetables. This time I found a new version of that. How about a chinese paratha? Give it a try. Trust me, you will fall in love with it.

Kathi Roll

Me and my husband love to try different kinds of food and I enjoy trying out new recipes. Manjula aunty’s recipes are my favourite. I love the Malai Kofta recipe the most and I recommend all my friends to try her recipes. It comes out really well and tastes amazing. She never uses onion but I add them where ever I feel like as my husband loves onions. One day I registered myself for the free newsletter and got this email to participate in the contest. I explored the rules and noticed that I had to make a cold or hot wrap using roti or tortilla. I thought of this recipe as we have kathi roll in restaurants all the time and it tastes yummy. I tried it using my own style of ingredients and veggies along with Indian chutney. It came out really well and my family enjoyed it very much. I hope everyone else like it too. Its healthy meal for kids and I hope you enjoy it.

Moong Dal With Spinach

Moong dal with spinach is very flavorful tasty and healthy dal. Traditionally served with plain rice and roti.

Roti, Chapati (Flat Indian Bread)

Roti is also known as chapati. Roti is Indian flat bread made with whole-wheat flour. Roti are served with a variety of cooked vegetables, lentils, and yogurt.

Sarson Ka Saag – Mustard Greens with Spinach

Sarson Ka Saag, mustard greens and spinach; this is a healthy and easy to prepare dish. Sarson ka saag is all time favorite traditional punjabi dish. Traditionally this is served with maki ki rote (maize flat bread) and gur (unrefined cane sugar).

Why I Am Late For New Videos

Friday, January 9th, 2009

It has been a while since I have posted a video. I am getting over a bad cold that I’ve had for  few days. My husband (my video grapher and person responsible putting every thing together) is quite busy this week. He will be available this weekend, so I will make sure to take a […]