Mixed Dal Adai Dosa or multi dal dosa is healthy, nutrition does made with different legumes, rice and spiced up with ginger, chili. Mixed dal dosa or adai is great way of starting a day or even for lunch, dinner pair along chutney, sambar or anything else of your choice for a powder packed breakfast. We can do lot of variations in this dosa like normally instead of green bean or moong dal I use sprouts.
Tindora Chana Dal, Ivy Gourd Chana Dal or Kundru dal is easy dal recipe and works as great side dish with steamed rice, jeera rice, roti, paratha etc and we doesn't require any other vegetables as side along with this dal. I normally add vegetables in dal and make a side vegetables too but when rush these dals are really good option specially on week days.
Carrot Halwa or Gajar Ka Halwa is something that everyone loves I am sure and it's one of the most popular Indian sweet/dessert for any occasion, celebration. Carrot halwa is best winter dessert specially if you get the North Indian variety of red carrots then it's best to make halwa :) This recipe is my sister recipe where carrot is not grated but made puree.
Rava Upma or upma is one of the popular, easy, quick breakfast option when we don't have any idea on what to make for breakfast then upma comes very handy and like any other recipe there are various way we can make upma and jazz it up too. Today I am posting easy upma recipe without onion so this comes handy if you don't get onion or if you ran out of onion you can still make upma.
Curry Leaves Chutney or karuveppilai chutney is healthy, flavorful accompaniment for idli, dosa, pongal, upma or any other tiffin items. Curry leaves chutney is tasty and very healthy too, if you want to try something new then try this chutney. This is no onion no garlic recipe but you can also add 1 or 2 garlic pods to if you like. You can also do the same with mint leaves just replace curry leaves with mint leaves to have mint chutney.
Kashmiri Chicken or Kashmiri Murgh Masala is mild spicy, sweet, creamy, rich and delicious chicken curry. Whole garam masala, dry fruits cooked in onion-tomato gravy makes this murgh masala very delicious, if you look for some thing different to try or want to please your family, guest then try this Kashmiri Chicken and you won't be disappointed and this chicken curry goes will with simple pulao to spicy pulao, biryani, poori, paratha or even plain rice too.
Lobia Biryani or Chawali Biryani is easy, flavorful biryani recipe made with lobia/chawali/jhurga, simple spices and coconut milk. This lobia biryani is perfect lunch box recipe for adults and kids too, it's filling and with goodness of lobia. This recipe is good if you look for change from usual vegetable biryani, soya chunks biryani etc and this one done in jiffy too just we have to soak the lobia previous night that's all.
Palak Moong Dal or Mung Palak Dal is easy, healthy and flavorful dal made with palak (spinach) yellow split moong dal and tempered with simple ingredients to make this delicious dal to pair with rice or roti, paratha. Moong palak dal can be really done in jiffy we just have to pressure cook dal and spinach and then do the tempering that's all the dal is ready in no time, very good way to include spinach in our diet in dal form.
Goan Prawn Okra Curry or Prawn Okra Curry in Goan style is delicious prawn curry, okra or bhindi adds wonderful taste and flavor to this curry. It's seriously delicious if you haven't tried Goan style prawn curry then you should try it and add okra you going to love it, this curry is spicy and flavorful just wonderful.
Kheksi dal is great wayt eat Kheksi also known as kakrol, Spine-Gourd, Kantola (kantala), Kankoda, Kankada, Kakooras, Katu Pire etc. Kheksi or spine-gourd is similar to tindora and pointed gourd (parwal) you can say but the taste is different. Normally this Kheksi Chana Dal made or fry is made with onion and masala which taste yum too. Kheksi is normally available in monsoon so I am not sure if it's still available in market.
Instant rice flour dosa or rice dosa is easy dosa recipe which we can make in jiffy with minimal ingredients for a quick breakfast, snack or dinner. I do this most of the time as it' really quick and taste yum too. Crispy, flaky rice flour dosa taste delicious with any chutney, sambar or even podi, this instant dosa is good option when you run out of ideas of what to make for breakfast.