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Palak Gosht - A meat dish with goodness of spinach. Meat cooked in spinach gravy is an excellent comfort food served with rotis parathas or nan along with a dollop of butter. It’s a delicious home style dish made popular by restaurants all across, Palak Gosht is a simple dish to cook and it looks extremely appetizing.

Recipe: http://swatisani.net/kitchen/recipe/palak-gosht-meat-with-spinach/
A meat dish with goodness of spinach Palak Gosht or meat cooked in spinach gravy is an excellent comfort food served with rotis parathas or nan with a dollop of butter. It’s a delicious home style dish made popular by restaurants all across, Palak Gosht is a simple dish to cook and it looks extremely appetizing. While spinach is cooked with meat in several cuisines as a stew, this  particular recipe of cooking mutton or any meat with spinach is f...
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Malvani Sukha Mutton:  A Perfect Recipe for Mutton Lovers

The moment I read this recipe in one of the old recipe books that I found, I was sure it’ll be a winner.  The blend of spices brings the dish a delightful flavour and  you can serve the Malvani Sukha Mutton with Bhakri (flatbread made of Bajra or Jowari), Thecha (a very hot paste of garlic and dried red chillies) and raw onions. To balance the heat of this dish, I always serve this with Buttermilk and Varan (Dal made the Maharashtrian way)

Recipe: http://swatisani.net/kitchen/recipe/malvani-sukha-mutton/
A Perfect Recipe for Mutton Lovers Malvani Sukha Mutton – the moment I read this recipe in one of the old recipe books that I found, I was sure it’ll be a winner.  The blend of spices brings the dish a delightful flavour and  you can serve the Malvani Sukha Mutton with Bhakri (flatbread made of Bajra or Jowari), Thecha (a very hot paste of garlic and dried red chillies) and raw onions. To balance the heat of this dish, I always serve this with Bu...
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Serve it as a starter, or a very light meal in itself.
I always enjoy home made broths and soups. They are fresh and without any stabilizing agents, hence more nutritious. This bone broth recipe is a very Indian recipe as it uses Tur dal but you can easily substitute tur dal with oats and coriander with celery. The base I love to use is mutton bones, but this broth will taste just as good with Beef or Chicken bones. An excellent pre-dinner soup for cold nights, Bone broth also relieves mild sore throat and cough.
Serve it as a starter, or a very light meal in itself. I always enjoy home made broths and soups. They are fresh and without any stabilizing agents, hence more nutritious. This bone broth recipe is a very Indian recipe as it uses Tur dal but you can easily substitute tur dal with oats and coriander with celery. The base I love to use is mutton bones, but this broth will taste just as good with Beef or Chicken bones. An excellent pre-dinner soup f...
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Great breakfast idea for a lazy weekend
The best part is, if you cook this Spanish Omelette, you need not cook any other accompaniment. It’s a meal in one with carbs, minerals, proteins and a little amount of fat. I love this recipe because apart from the basic requirement of potatoes, onions, eggs and herbs, you can add to it a lot of leftovers.
Spanish omelette is made with filling of potatoes, vegetables, onions and herbs. It's a complete meal and does not require any accompaniments.
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Dim Poshto: A great alternative to chicken curry – quick dinner idea.

It takes a bit of planning for everyone to cook but there are times when we are just out of dinner ideas or feel that chicken curry recipe is too elaborate. Dim Poshto, or Bengali Style Egg curry is for such days. This curry is not as spicy as egg masala, and yet it is one Indian curry recipe that everyone loves, atleast in my household they do. Dim in Bengali means an Egg and Poshto is poppy seeds and true to it’s name this recipe has these two as main ingredients. Served with hot steamed rice, Dim Poshto will also ensure that you sleep very soundly after this meal.
A great alternative to chicken curry – quick dinner idea. It takes a bit of planning for everyone to cook but there are times when we are just out of dinner ideas or feel that chicken curry recipe is too elaborate. Dim Poshto, or Bengali Style Egg curry is for such days. This curry is not as spicy as egg masala, and yet it is one Indian curry recipe that everyone loves, atleast in my household they do. Dim in Bengali means an Egg and Poshto is po...
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While every Parsi household has their own way of cooking delicacies, there is one thing common – it’s their love and respect for food, which makes it taste heavenly.
Parsi Mutton Kebabs are typically served as starters to the Dhansak Meals typically on a lazy weekend afternoon. But I can make and eat them with any meal and I am sure so will you because making them is so very easy.
The Melt in mouth Parsi Mutton Kebabs While every Parsi household has their own way of cooking delicacies, there is one thing common – it’s their love and respect for food, which makes it taste heavenly. Parsi Mutton Kebabs are typically served as starters to the Dhansak Meals typically on a lazy weekend afternoon. But I can make and eat them with any meal and I am sure so will you because making them is so very easy. NOTE Don’t forget to add pot...
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Aloo Fry - A side dish for all occasions

Best paired with hot pooris Aloo Fry is simply irresistible. The potatoes are pan fried and the sabzi made has a delicately balanced mixture of spices combined with Amchoor powder and Red Chilli powder.

Recipe: http://swatisani.net/kitchen/recipe/aloo-fry/

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A side dish for all occasions Aloo Fry is one of the simplest dishes to make. Best paired with pooris (deep fried indian flat bread) this Aloo Fry is simply irresistible. The potatoes are pan fried and the sabzi made has a delicately balanced mixture of spices (Cloves, Coriander seeds, Cumin seeds and black Cardamom) combined with Amchoor powder (Dry mango powder) and Red Chilli powder. Some people call this aloo fry sookhe aloo ki sabji but I ca...
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The Indian Festival season starts just as monsoons reach their peak in Mid August and the most awaited monsoon festival is "Shravan Somwar". One reason could be because everyone loves the mouthwatering snack served on Mondays through out the month.

Here's the perfect recipe for Sabudana Khichidi, the way my mom makes it.

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Brunch for fasting days Sabudana Khichadi is typically served as a “fast” dish. This is my mom’s recipe and she makes it to perfection. Till date every time the boys at home demand it, I have to ask mom to make it because I just can’t make it the way she does, despite following all her instructions. May be someday I will have to call her to look over my shoulder while I cook. So here’s Sabudana khichadi, the way mom says it is supposed to be made...
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Stuffed Bitter Gourd or Bharwan Karela as it is called in Northern India is one of the most loved dishes, the recipe for which is different in every household. This recipe of Bharwan Karela has been in the family for generations. Passed on to me by my mother, and she was taught by her mother. Having learnt how to make it first hand, this is the most authentic and traditional recipe that I could produce.

Recipe: http://swatisani.net/kitchen/recipe/stuffed-bitter-gourd-bharwan-karela/
One of the Indian main course tastiest main dishes Stuffed Bitter Gourd or Bharwan Karela as it is called in Northern India is one of the most loved dishes, the recipe for which is different in every household. This recipe of Bharwan Karela has been in the family for generations. Passed on to me by my mother, and she was taught by her mother. Having learnt how to make it first hand, this is the most authentic and traditional recipe that I could p...
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A super tasty accompaniment to your meal
I often make Kheema stuffed capsicums but this time I wanted to cook for someone who does not eat mutton, so I was searching for capsicum recipes when I found an old book by Chef Sanjeev Kapoor that had this amazing stuffed capsicum recipe of tandoori paneer stuffed capsicum. Though instead of using a Tandoor or barbecue, I grilled the stuffed peppers in my oven. The recipe uses paneer or cottage cheese along with boiled and mashed potatoes so grilling makes the exposed filling nicely crisp while it’s soft and juicy inside.
A super tasty accompaniment to your meal I often make Kheema stuffed capsicums but this time I wanted to cook for someone who does not eat mutton, so I was searching for capsicum recipes when I found an old book by Chef Sanjeev Kapoor that had this amazing stuffed capsicum recipe of tandoori paneer stuffed capsicum. Though instead of using a Tandoor or barbecue, I grilled the stuffed peppers in my oven. The recipe uses paneer or cottage cheese al...
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Deep fried Spinach fritters
Palak Pakora. Crisp, golden fried leaves of spinach accompanied with hot chai makes the most of a rainy day. Strings of some musical instrument in the background, the sound of rain through the windows and an interesting book in hand, that is all I need when it starts raining during the monsoons.
Palak pakoras can be served with Tomato Ketchup, Tamrind chutney or green coriander chutney (or all three). You can also pair these motuwatering delights with any tea of your liking – black tea, ginger, cardamom or masala tea.
Deep fried Spinach fritters Palak Pakora. Crisp, golden fried leaves of spinach accompanied with hot chai makes the most of a rainy day. Strings of some musical instrument in the background, the sound of rain through the windows and an interesting book in hand, that is all I need when it starts raining during the monsoons. Palak pakoras can be served with Tomato Ketchup, Tamrind chutney or green coriander chutney (or all three). You can also pair...
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Mungode are small sized round(ish) fritters made from dhuli moong daal (skinned and split green gram beans) and are best served with hot tea on a rainy day. I, however, am forever ready to make and eat them. You can team it up with a spicy chutney and serve it along with cold beer in summers, or serve them hot in winters. I never get tired of making mungodas and prepare it so often that all my friends have had it atleast once.

Recipe: http://swatisani.net/kitchen/recipe/mungode-split-moong-bean-fritters/

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Mungode are small sized round(ish) fritters made from dhuli moong daal (skinned and split green gram beans) and are best served with hot tea on a rainy day. I, however, am forever ready to make and eat them. You can team it up with a spicy chutney and serve it along with cold beer in summers, or serve them hot in winters. I never get tired of making mungodas and prepare it so often that all my friends have had it atleast once. IngredientsMoong da...
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