Thank you all for your efforts, I truly enjoy reviewing all the entries. There were so many great entries. I go through the entries many times to choose the winner. I have selected the top three entries based on the ingredients, written instructions, and of course presentation. I love reading your creative recipes as it […]
Recipe submitted by Anshu Shah Print Paneer Broccoli Fritters This appetizer is protein rich as it has both paneer and broccoli in it. Yummy snack for breakfast or with evening tea Course Appetizer, Snack Cuisine Indian Prep Time 30 minutes Cook Time 30 minutes Total Time 1 hour Servings 3 people Author Anshu Shah Ingredients […]
Recipe submitted by Kiran Haldia Print Paneer and Rose Kulfi Paneer and Rose Kulfi is easy to make. Instead of traditionally creamy texture, this is more like a grainy and enjoyable texture. Course Dessert Cuisine Indian Author Kiran Haldia Ingredients 200 gram Paneer (Grated) 1/4 cup fresh rose petal paste 8 Tbsp Sugar (powdered) 1/2 […]
Recipe submitted by Abirami Print Easy Cheesy Paneer Potli Easy Cheesy Paneer Potli is easy to prepare and gives you the idea can be prepared with different filling and different shapes. Course Appetizer Cuisine Indian Servings 12 potlis Author Abirami Ingredients 1 cup Paneer (shredded) 1/2 cup Bell peppers (finely chopped) 2 Tbsp Coriander leaves […]
For this month’s contest, I am looking for an amazing appetizer or side dish using Paneer as main ingredient. See below for details on the contest for this month: Specific Rules for this Month The recipe must be for an Appetizer or Side Dish. The main ingredient must be Paneer (which is Indian Cheese). You can […]
It was a real pleasure to do the monthly contest again after couple of years. I asked for a healthy appetizer and you all really delivered some delicious and healthy recipes. I enjoyed reviewing all the entries, but there were too many good ones. It really did take me some time to choose the winners […]
Recipe submitted by Hanzala Print Baked Moong Daal Kachori Recipe Course Appetizer Cuisine Indian Prep Time 10 minutes Cook Time 20 minutes Total Time 30 minutes Servings 3 people Author Hanzala Ingredients 1/2 cup moong daal (soaked) 2 Tbsp Oil 1 tsp Coriander powder 1/2 tsp Cumin powder 1 tsp Red chilli powder 1/2 […]
Recipe submitted by Dhara Shah Print Stuffed Mushrooms with tomatoes and oats Stuffed oats mushrooms are very healthy and here its absolutetly oil-free, gluten-free, vegan recipe! They are very easy to pop into your mouth and wonderful finger foods for parties instead of the regular fried stuff! Here I’m presenting jain and veg version. […]
Recipe submitted by Aarti Sharma Print Crispy Quinoa and Spinach patties Course Appetizer Prep Time 30 minutes Cook Time 30 minutes Total Time 1 hour Servings 3 people Author Aarti Sharma Ingredients 1 cup quinoa (cooked) 1/2 cup chopped spinach (blanched) 1/2 tsp ginger and garlic paste 1 tsp cumin powder 1 tsp garam masala […]
Holi is a very special holiday. It is the one holiday that everyone I know gets together. In India, all social restrictions and gaps are forgotten as people of different backgrounds celebrate together. A bonfire is typically prepared the night before Holi. The next day family, friends, and neighbors play together with specially prepared colored […]
The contest is back again at Manjula’s Kitchen!! It has been a few years since I’ve done the contest, but I would like to try it again. I really enjoy seeing what my viewers are able to come up with and hope this will encourage more people to think outside the box and experiment in […]
Rava Mint Parathas consists of bread made with mixing different flours and flavored with fresh mint leaves. These mint parathas are unique with its own fresh flavor. It can be served as a breakfast treat or with any meal. I think it pairs well with Tadka Urad Dal.
Here’s to a happy and healthy 2017! I sincerely wish you all a very happy and a prosperous New Year! I must point out that it sure does not feel like it has been eleven years since I began posting on YouTube. It has also been ten years since I launched my website, www.manjulaskitchen.com. I […]
This holiday season was so special as I got to spend quality time with family. On Christmas Day, my family and I enjoyed a great dinner. When my grandchildren get together, there is so much life and energy in the house. They run and shout and know that they can do anything they want! Of […]
This beautiful 2nd Edition is now available as a PDF ebook with updated and revised recipes, full color photos, and embedded links to the online videos.
You will learn how to make over ONE HUNDRED mouthwatering Indian vegetarian dishes including Samosas, Naan, Roti, Palak Paneer, Vegetable Korma, Gulab Jamun, and many more. Best of all, you can follow my time-tested recipes without any prior cooking knowledge and feel confident of surprising yourself and impressing your friends with your achievement.