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Paneer dishes are all time favorite, especially for kids. Paneer in any form would be a perfect dish for potluck or parties. Reshmi Paneer is a very delicious and rich accompaniment for Roti / Naan. Its a delicious masala curry made with soft paneer, capsicum and variety of spices. There is no hassle of grinding (just making a puree or you can use store bought tomato puree) and its pretty simple and easy to make. The fresh cream enriches taste and brings down the tanginess of the tomato puree. a rich, creamy and tasty Reshmi Paneer would be a perfect complement for your Indian Bread!

Dal Masala Rice, a simple and quick to make Indian rice variety. Rice and dal are cooked with whole garam masala and garnished with cashews & coriander leaves. Even, bachelors can cook this delicious rice within minutes. No hassle of grinding masala or complex procedure involved. Adding thoor dal enriches the taste and also protein rich. Try this Dal Masala Rice and let me know your comments!!!

Beach Sundal, Beach pattani gravy are so popular especially in Southern part of India.  We love eating hot and steaming peas masala in the breezy air. I have seen how they serve, first in a bowl, they add broken samosa and then on top of it they add this masala gravy and garnish with fresh onions, coriander leaves etc. Such a mouthwatering chaat is nutrition rich too as we are using dried peas which are rich in dietary fiber and proteins. Making this nutritional rich White Peas Masala Gravy at home gives us a benefit of intaking such healthy chaat in the evening and also its more hygienic. The consistency of this chaat is little watery that would be the ultimate

Paneer Recipes are always popular among kids. Even many of us love Paneer dishes for roti / Paratha. Paneer in any form is always so appetizing. Methi Paneer, a gravy made with fresh Methi leaves cooked with creamy onion-tomato gravy along with Indian spices. A very creamy and rich Indian Vegetarian Gravy that would be a perfect accompaniment for any Indian Breads like Roti / Paratha / Naan etc. A perfect dish for any parties.

Brinjal Poricha kuzhambu is one of the traditional kuzhambu variety. My Grand mother used to make this yummy dish. Tender Brinjals are finely chopped and cooked in tamarind and spicy gravy. A thick kuzhambu variety that goes very well with rice. Serve with Toasted Appalam or any stir-fry veggies and you will surely enjoy this simple and scrumptious dish.

Vegetable Makhanwala, is a rich and tasty vegetarian gravy. A perfect side dish for Indian Breads like Roti/ Chapati / Naan etc. Vegetable rich gravy with the richness of cream makes this a mouth-watering dish. Sometimes it is really tough to make kids eat variety of veggies. Mixed vegetable dishes are always easy to make them eat vegetables. Also in this Vegetable Makhanwala the spice level is mild and the fresh cream enriches the taste and flavor. My kids always love to eat dish delicious dish with chapati. Try this Vegetable Makhanwala and share your comments!

Chickpeas is rich in protein and a very healthy pulse. Apart from usual sundal, we can add chickpeas to sambar, kuzhambu etc. This is one simple sambar variety resembles much as vathakuzhambu served in marriages but with only one twist of adding mashed dal. So we can follow the same vathakuzhambu method but with extra ingredients such as chickpeas and dal. Also the seasoning ingredients will add a extra flavor to the dish. Try this version of Chickpeas Sambar and share your experience!

Quinoa is one of the popular health food. Quinoa is a gluten-free, high protein, the few plant foods, that contain all nine amino acids. This grain is one of the high nutrition rich grain which is recommended by most of the physicians as a substitute for white polished rice. We can make some cool dishes using Quinoa and one such dish is Quinoa Khichdi. We are enhancing the nutrition rich grain by adding veggies and making it much more healthier and tastier. This Quinoa Khichdi is one of the healthy breakfast dish!

Quinoa is a seed. Some of us think it is "Thinai (Foxtail Millet)". But Quinoa is not "Thinai". In most of the big supermarkets or grocery shops like Nilgiris we can get Quinoa but I believe it has not become so popular in India and hence very costly. All of our naturally grown millets are nutrition rich but sometimes, if you live abroad, its really tough to get millets in Indian Grocery shops. So, as an alternate to millets and also naturally rich in nutrition, we can start including Quinoa in our routine diet. 

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