Nisha madhulika recipes

PANEER KOLHAPURI

PANEER KOLHAPURI

This recipe for Paneer Kolhapuri is adapted from NishaMadhulika's website. PANEER KOLHAPURI. For the vegetarians in India, Paneer (Cottage Cheese) remains a popular ingredient in many delicious dishes
Madhya Pradesh Thali

Madhya Pradesh Thali

Nishamadhulika. Madhya pradesh the " Heart of Indian" is located in the central part of India. The region is called malwa and the food here has slight variation of its neighbor state cuisines
Make Mawa or Khoya with Milk Powder

Make Mawa or Khoya with Milk Powder

The first method was cooking milk powder with butter and milk as described in NishaMadhulika’s post and the second was to make a dough with milk and milk powder and then steam it
SPROUTED MOONG CUTLETS

SPROUTED MOONG CUTLETS

NishaMadhulika who has a huge fan following. SPROUTED MOONG CUTLETS. There are times, especially in the evenings, when you feel like having a snack
Eggless Fruit & Nut Cake

Eggless Fruit & Nut Cake

Recipe is from NishaMadhulika's site. Bake-a-thon 2015. Day 6. Bake of the Day. Fruit & Nut Cake without Eggs
MOONG DAL WITH DILL LEAVES

MOONG DAL WITH DILL LEAVES

Today's recipe for Moong Dal With Dill Leaves is adapted from this YouTube video by the famous cookery expert, NishaMadhulika
Maharashtrian Bhakarwadi Recipe

Maharashtrian Bhakarwadi Recipe

NishaMadhulika. If you are reading my blog regularly, you might know that I am doing a month long blogging marathon along with my friends with one theme a week
Bihar -- Litti Chokha

Bihar -- Litti Chokha

NishaMadhulika & Nupur @ UK Rasoi. Blogging Marathon# 39 - Indian States. Day 4. State. Bihar. Dish. Litti Chokha
DUM ARBI

DUM ARBI

This dish is adapted from the recipe by NishaMadhulika for Dum Arbi, a dish of fried arbi ( colocasia) in a thick gravy
Home made Chhana/Chhena

Home made Chhana/Chhena

The other trick that I got to know from NishaMadhulika's is to add lemon juice only after the milk is cooled for 5 minutes
PANEER PARATHA

PANEER PARATHA

Today's recipe is adapted from Paneer Paratha by NishaMadhulika who I greatly admire, and uses paneer or cottage cheese as the stuffing