Follow theyellowdaal Coriander And Peanut Chutney is quite different from the rest of the coriander chutney’s that you may have tasted. If you love both these ingredients this chutney will be your new fav!! Served with crisp aloo tikki and it was a hit combo. Directions to make coriander and peanut chutney- Droolsome coriander and
Follow theyellowdaal These namkeen sevaiyaan or vegetable vermicelli is crunchy and full of vegetables. It is a perfect choice of breakfast or snacks when looking for a break for parathas. Most of us love our paratha with chai in breakfast and it does keeps us full but for a change you can try vegetable vermicelli.
Follow theyellowdaal Andhra Palli Chutney is nutty, spicy and earthy to describe the least. When I made this chutney I wasn’t expecting it to taste this good. A momo hawker near my place serves somewhat similar peanut chutney and that is more famous than the momo itself. It goes well with dosa, idli or hot
Follow theyellowdaal Indian mulberry jam recipe is one of my favorite homemade DIY item. Jams are fun and it uses just 3 ingredients and so so easy. I make them in the season and no matter how much I make I ended up asking myself why didn’t I make more. I mean it’s so tasty
Follow theyellowdaal Punjabi Sukhe Chole is my recent possession of recipe from my Mother In Law. This recipe is tangy, spicy and made with least effort. Serve it along with rice or Puri or Bhature. In my house hold I like to serve it in brunch as it really is such a fulfilling meal. So
Follow theyellowdaal Do you like yummy gur imli ki chutney in any thing. Be it chaat or your daily salad(Yeah salad). I usually have it made in bulk in my fridge on the go. Life becomes so easy. Its my favorite toppings for all chaat’s, dahi bhalle, salad and even bhel. I am already salivating.
Follow theyellowdaal This is the basic Coriander chutney of all. We all have had it; we all have made it;& we all have our own versions of it. So today I will be sharing my version of coriander chutney. I like my green chutney hot and spicy, so please adjust chillies as per your taste
Follow theyellowdaal Hummus or houmous is essentially a famous dip/ spread used widely in Lebanese and middle eastern cuisine. It’s essentially made from cooked and mashed chickpeas. We are so used to make our usual chole out of them that it’s kind of difficult to eat and like something so different. I once made this dip and served
Follow theyellowdaal Basil pesto is an Italian classic. Like coriander chutney for us, it’s basil pesto for Italian. Basil herb is not only know for its culinary uses but also for its herbal & medicinal benefits. It would be apt to say that this “king of herbs” has found its place at the core in