Methi Chicken Curry Recipe

Methi Chicken

Methi Chicken

 

Methi or Fenugreek has a distinct flavour, whether in dried form(kasoori methi), fresh leafy form or seed form. Packed with medicinal properties, methi is used very commonly in India. Methi dal, methi paratha, methi malai matar, methi pakoda; there are very many Indian dishes that uses methi as one of it’s ingredients. My all time favorite methi dish has to be Aloo Methi (potato cooked with fresh fenugreek leaves)


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Chickpea Curry

Chickpeas Curry Pic: Priya Q

Successful experiment by fluke is how I would describe this recipe. I had soaked chickpea the previous night and my maid didn’t turn up the next day. I was not in a good mood with so much of unexpected work thrown at me. Least to mention the chickpea I had planned for breakfast with some steaming puttu. So instead of usual recipe I decided to go an easy route…and it turned out quite delicious :))


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Paneer Curry

Cashew-cheese curry Pic credit: Manish

This simple paneer (Cottage cheese) recipe is made more nutritious with the addition of some cashew. Another delicious contribution by Manish…

Cashew 150-200 gms (ideal for 4-5 people)
Onions – 1/2 kg
Green Chili – 2 nos (or according to taste)
Tomato – 4-5 nos (medium size)
Capsicum – ½ no (chopped) ..optional
Paneer (Cottage cheese) – 200 – 250 gms
Ginger-garlic paste – 1 tbsp
Garam Masala – 1 tsp
Turmeric powder – ½ tsp
Coriander leaves – for garnish


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Buttermilk Curry Recipe

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If you in a mood for something light…try this out. No use of lentils, no masalas! Tastes yummy. Anyways, you must also be looking for some change, some variety in your daily cooking don’t you? Here’s what you need to do to make tasty buttermilk or curd based curry.


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Black Eyed Beans

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This is the south Indian preparation which I learnt from my my mom-in-law. Very simple preparation, not too much of masalas used yet this recipe of beans is a great eat. I am using the white variety here called Lobia in Hindi. (you can use chickpeas or any other variety of beans as well…just experiment!)


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