Category Archives: cookbook

Rajma

  Rajma is a staple punjabi dish. Easily available in (almost) all roadside dhabas in north India, it is a dish that is also one of the rare, non-fattening dishes in the north Indian cuisine. I’ve grown up eating a lot of rajma chawal(rice), eaten it out of dhabas and hotels and restaurants all over… Read More »

Paneer ek-pyaza

  This is a very simple paneer dish that requires minimal ingredients and tastes quite nice. In fact, this humble dish is always on top of my wife’s wishlist. So here it is, my very own paneer ek-pyaza (paneer with one onion). Ingredients Vegetables Paneer(cottage cheese) – 250 gms. Onion – 1 medium sized Green… Read More »

Mutter Paneer

  Mutter(or Matar) Paneer is a dish with green peas and cottage cheese as its primary ingredients. There are several variants of this dish, today I will share my recipe for the simpler variant with no frills. Ingredients Vegetables: Green peas(baby peas work equally well) – 250gms Cottage cheese – 250 gms Tomatoes – 2 medium… Read More »

Potato Peas Mash – Indian Style

(also known as Aloo Mutter ki Sukhi Subzi)   Aloo mutter(dry) is a very common veggie dish from India. It is the star of the staple aloo-puri breakfast served across most of north & central India. When I was in college, this was my preferred dish to carry on the long train journey to/from home.… Read More »