BM# 70: Week 2/ Day 3 Theme: Bring them on the Burgers Dish: Curry Chickpea Burger For the last day of this week’s ‘Bring on the Burgers‘ theme, I have a very easy to make Curry Chickpea Burger. This recipe is from Everyday Food by Sarah Carey. These burgers are hearty and delicious with the curry…
A simple curry with methi leaves, tomato, paneer to serve with roti, rice or pulao.
Zucchini Thoran — Simple Kerala style Zucchini stir fry with coconut & garlic.
Vellarikka or Kerala style Cucumber curry is a simple side dish made with cucumbers, ground coconut and yogurt.
Theeyal is a typical Kerala side dish and is very similar to sambar or kuzhambu. Ulli theeyal is made with pearl onions with an amazing roasted coconut & tamarind spice paste. It tastes great when served with steamed rice.
Recipe to make South Indian style stir fry with potatoes and curry leaf spice powder. Serve it with rice and dal or with rotis for a delicious meal.
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Rasawala Chana — Gujarati tangy & sweet black chickpea curry cooked with tamarind & jaggery sauce.
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Recipe to make Bengali street food — Ghugni. If you like chaats and spicy food, then this dish is definitely for you. Served up with chopped onion, green chilies and a boiled egg (which is optional, but I totally loved it), this is a delicious and filling dish that is going to be a sure shot hit with anyone.