Paneer Butter Masala

An easy and restaurant style main course dish, very close to my heart – Paneer Butter Masala. When I say easy, yes! it means minimum ingredients and full of flavours; this dish exemplifies that. Paneer or Cottage cheese is relished by all, and for vegetarian people in India, it’s a king of all dishes, my […]

Dal Makhani

Dal Makhani (kali dal) or Urad lentil is one of the widely cherished, full of flavors lentils. While I was learning and trying various Indian dishes at home, Dal Makhani was amongst the few of my favourites. Coming from a punjabi north Indian family, I have always had dal makhani as the go-to dish, and […]

Matar Mushroom

Matar mushrooms or Mushrooms and peas in a tomato and onion gravy has become our go-to dish, which Jugnu and I enjoy almost every other week. It is easy to prepare, full of flavours, healthy and nutritious. I remember ordering it in restaurants, and always wondered how do they nullify the strong taste of mushroom […]

Coriander – Mint (Dhaniya / Pudina) Chutney

A 4 minute recipe for an extra punch of flavour to your dishes/curries/snacks/rolls/wraps. This chutney can do wonders and make a boring dish into an interesting one. It adds flavour, colour, scent and life to your appetizers when served as a side. Let’s quickly check out the ingredients for mint and coriander chutney. Ingredients for […]

Home Made Aaloo Poori Recipe

The Great Aalo Poori Recipe Aalo Poori is one of the most favourite breakfast/lunch dishes relished by Indians. Learn how to make aalo poori with a few ingredients. Jugni avoids using a lot of masals. Ingredients for Aalo/Tari wale Aalo/Tamatar wale Aalo Boiled Potatoes – 400 gms Salt as per taste Tomatoes – 4 whole […]

Jugni ke home-made (aka ghar ke) Rajma

Rajma or Kidney beans are the most common protein forms eaten by vegetarians. Rajma rice is one of the popular dishes in the North India. It is funny to see that these were not originated in the Indian subcontinent, it is rather a Mexican origin. This post is about the simplest recipe I use in […]

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