Archive for March, 2009

Palak Mutton Curry

March 25, 2009 1 comment

This recipe was my favourite non veg recipe, This is also my mothers recipe only.


1/2 kg Mutton.

2 cups of chopped Palak (spinach)

2 teaspoons Ginger Garlic paste.

1 bunch Coriander

1 bunch Mint(Pudina)

1 teaspoon Red chill powder

3 green chillies

Salt According to taste.

1/2 tea spoon coriander powder

1 teaspoon mutton masala.

3 tablespoon oil.

1 cup onions.

Method of preparation:

1. In a pan, add oil, then add onions, fry until they are well cooked.

2. Add Ginger garlic paste and then add turmeric

3.  Add coriander and mint leaves. let it fry for 2 minutes.

4.  Then add mutton. make sure that mutton is cut into small pieces, so that it can cook easily.

5.  Add salt and let the mutton to cook for atleast 15 minutes.

6. And then add palak. let it cook for 5 minutes, then add chilli powder. let it cook for 5 minutes and then add 1/2 glass water, you can add more, if you want more gravy. Let it cook  until the mutton is well cooked and finally add mutton masala and coriander powder.

This tastes good along with chapathis and also rice.


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Indian Style Pizza

March 25, 2009 Leave a comment

I always keep trying new recipes.  i like Traditional recipes very much. Most of those recipes I learned from my mother only . Last week i tried a traditional recipe.   After trying this one, i really felt like its little bit similar to pizza. So thought of giving a name Indian Pizza.


2 cup Rice Flour

1/2  cup wheat flour

1 cup onions

3 green chillies

1 teaspoon red chilli powder

1/2 cup greenleaves (karivepaaku)

1/2 cup Mint.

1/2 cup Corriander

1/2 teaspoon Ginger Garlic paste.

1/2 teaspoon zeera

Salt according to taste



First,  Take a riceflour in a bowl, add the wheat flour also.. just mix them with hand.. don’t add water now..

Then add all the ingredients.  mix them well in the dry flour.  so that all the ingredients get mixed well.

Add the required water.. the dough should be medium not to hard.

Take a pan. Pour 1 tablespoon oil. Take a handful of dough. Place that dough.. stretch it all over the pan with your hand.

And then cook this on slow flame.. make sure the pan is properly covered.

After 15 minutes. With the help of spoon turn over the pancake to other side to cook.   After 5 minutes remove from heat.. Its done.

Serve it hot with tomato sauce.  Kids just love this recipe. And this is a good breakfast recipe

Suggestion: You can also add few vegetables like carrot, Potato.

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Tindoori and Soyachunks

March 25, 2009 Leave a comment

My interests for cooking roots to my child hood days, but practically trying out the new recipes taken shape only after my marriage

Last friday my kitchen left with only tindoori and small pack of soya chunks.

I tried a new recipe, finally got success. 🙂

Just taken 1cup onions, 1/4 tindoori, 1 cup soya chunks. salt according to taste, pinch of garammasala powder, pinch turmeric. tablespoon chilli powder. and little water. 2 tablespoons oil

First keep aside the boiled soyachunks, boiled in the sense. just for 2 minutes.

Now take a pan, add oil, once heated add cumin seeds, and then the onions, once onions are fried. add ginger garlic paste, and then turmeric powder, and then add the tindoori. let the tindooris fried in oil. and then add soyachunks. cook for 2 or 3 minutes and then add salt and chilli powder. let it cook for 2 min. and then add 3 spoons of water and let it cook for 10 min. check whether the tindoori is cooked or not.

lastly add the garam masala powder.

you can garnish with coriander leaves. this goes well with rice and chapathi

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