When browsing the web for something new to try out with paneer, I bumped into this dish, made it, clicked it and jotted down the recipe along with the changes that I had done to it, but forgot the name of the dish
Take all your ingredientsIngredients for grindingTake onion in a blenderadd few peeled garlic clovesin goes some dry red chillies, this depends how hot you like your chutneyadd in tomatoesand a small piece of tamarindmake it into a fine pureeHeat gingelly oil in a kadaiAdd in mustard seeds and let them crackleadd in pureed chutneyadd in saltkeep cooking till oil separates from the mixchutney doneserve with idli, dosa
Lachha Parathas are flaky, multi layered unleavened flatbreads that are popular in restaurant menus. Though many feel that it is laborious tomake it at home, with the right cooking technique, it can actually be a lot of fun
Indian. Lets see howtomake this yummy tomato garlic chutney for puffed rice dosa. Not just for puffed rice dosa,you can make this chutney as a side dish for our regular idli dosa and it tastes good with curd rice too
that too especially in this rainy gloomy weather. Make it dry and serve as . So for all those chinese food lovers, sharing today one of the most famous dish from the cuisine which i am sure needs no intro --- Yes that's " Paneer Manchurian / Chilli paneer "
First mix this with a spoon and then add water little by little and make it into smooth batter. I replicate restaurant foods at home so that my kids and hubby get a chance to have healthy homemade food with a restaurant touch minus the MSG, food colours, and a lot of other factors