Gulab_Jamun

It’s been real long time that I came up with my post at indianrecipe4u. But, when it’s a trip to India, how would I really find time?? šŸ™‚ Okies.. back to have fun in cooking and sharing. Now, after having eaten some yummy Gulab Jamun’s made by my dearest Mom at India, I would call for this recipe now. Aww.. I am still remembering the tastes.. slurp! šŸ˜€ So, as the title says, this is an easy dessert, anytime! This is a super easy dessert recipe because there is no much prep work at all. This is such a super delicious dessert which is anRead More →

Tamarind Rice / Chintapandu Pulihora

This is my most most favorite dish.. always! I believe.. this recipe lures almost every South Indian. “Chinthapandu Pulihora” (Also called Puliogare in Tamil) is a very famous and traditional South Indian dish. Almost prepared on every festival day. Ā A very simple recipe which includes just “ONE” key and main ingredient Tamarind. Ā And, the Rice turns out unimaginably yummy! Ā There are also several variations in preparing this dish. For now.., I have brought here a regular recipe. Check this.. Happy Cooking!! Ingredients: 1 1/2 cup uncooked rice 1/2 cup thick tamarind pulp 5 medium size slit chillies Pinch of Asafoetida/inguva/hing – for flavor and aromaRead More →

Ingredients : 1 head fresh Broccoli 10 florets Cauliflower 2 Carrots 1 table spoon Lime juice Any Vegetable dresser Directions : Chop the florets of Broccoli head and Cauliflower. Ā Take a heavy bottom wide pan with a very little amount of oil and heat it on a medium flame. As the pan gets warmed up, add the chopped Broccoli and Cauliflower florets, also the chopped Carrots.Ā  SprinkleĀ handfullĀ of water on the florets and mix them well. Now close the lid and allow them to cook until the pan gets dried up completely.Ā  Now, remove the lid and add a pinch of salt andĀ black pepper to theRead More →

Sarvapindi is a traditional northern Andhra Pradesh favour-ate dish. This dish is very easy to prepare and the Ingredients are listed below.. Ingredients : 4 cups rice flour 1 large onion 1 tb garlic paste + cumin powder 1 cup sesame seeds 1 bunch onion leaves/chives 1 bunch cilantro 1 tb oma peanuts Red chilli powder/green chilli paste (As desired) salt to taste   Directions: Mix rice flour, sesame seeds, oma, garlic+jeera paste, salt, red chilli powder/green chilli paste, pinch of turmeric, fried peanuts made into small pieces, curry leaves,Ā chopped onion leaves and chopped cilantro. Boil 4 cups of water. Pour boiling water into theRead More →