Chole bhature
  • Submited By : Kasturi Umang Jain , At post - Mumbai , Badlapur
  • Recepie Type : veg
  • How To Make : Chana Bhatura is a spicy, tasty and a filling dish. I have eaten this dish at many places in Punjab and Delhi. Each restaurants or dhaba (eateries on highways) have their own flavors and taste in the chickpea curry. In some places the curry is very spicy, at other places it has tangy taste and the consistency of the curry also varies from slightly thick to semi-dry and dry. This recipe has spicy flavors. This is my mom’s recipe and unlike other versions of chickpea curry recipes posted on the blog, this one has a homely taste and flavor. It does not taste like the restaurant or dhaba versions but taste very good.
Pannir Tikka
  • Submited By : vishal pund , At post - vinchur Tal- Niphad Dist- Nashik , Pin -422305
  • Recepie Type : veg
  • How To Make : Make restaurant style Paneer Tikka at home with this easy recipe! Cubes of paneer, onion and bell peppers are marinated with spices and yogurt and then roasted in the oven to perfection. Traditionally paneer tikka is grilled in a tandoor but you get the same amazing taste by broiling in the oven too! How to Make Paneer Tikka The process is pretty simple, you marinate the paneer with spices and yogurt, let it sit for a bit so that the flavors mix well together and then arrange the paneer cubes along with onion and peppers in a skewer and grill. However, the taste of paneer tikka lies in its marination of course. So to make a good paneer tikka you first need to make a very good marinade. My marinade includes lots of spices and Greek yogurt. Now if you can’t find Greek yogurt that’s okay. You may use regular yogurt too, just make sure to strain it for 3-4 hours before using. You really need thick yogurt to marinate the panner cubes.