Khao, peeyo, aish karo!


Indian food is one of the most tastiest cuisine in the world and I being an Indian myself (who absolutely loves it btw) decided to make this blog and introduce the cuisine to more and more people. I post pictures of delicious Indian food.

Always feel free to ask questions/submit pictures! But I request you to go through the FAQ before.

drooling over indian food

I have found another Youtube channel that posts tutorials for some great Indian dishes. It’s called readysteadyeat. Those interested, may check it out. :)

foodome:

Patiala Shahi Gosht

foodome:

Vada Pav

Indian version of Burger (rather very old recipe).

Feed 'em Right: Homemade Paneer Cheese

indian-food:

I love Madhur Jaffery’s World Vegetarian. It is full of creative and inspiring ideas for every kind of vegetable you can imagine. It also has many recipes for basics, especially Indian basics. It is from this cookbook that I learned how easy it is to make Paneer at home. It is so much better than store bought and so easy!

Paneer

2 quarts whole milk

3-4 Tbs white vinegar

Line a colander with a dish towel or several layers of cheesecloth. Heat the milk in heavy bottomed pot until just boiling. Turn the heat to low and add 3 Tbs of vinegar. The milk should curdle and the curds should separate from a greenish clear liquid (the whey). If this does not happen add an additional 1 Tbs of vinegar. Remove pot from heat and pour mixture into the colander. Gather the towel and twist and ring out as much of the liquid as possible. Put the twisted up disk onto a board in the sink and put another board on top with a 5 pound weight. Let drain for several minutes.

Now enjoy!

ajaykumarsingh:

Samosa Chaat

meatless101:

Edamame Curry

Vegan

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meatless101:

Vegetarian/Vegan Tandoori Kebabs

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You requested for recipes? Here you go!

Your long wait is over, this blog will be dedicated to Indian Food’s Recipes that I prepare in my kitchen or I have “borrowed” from my mother. :P 

To order Indian dishes! Check this website! :D

Feed 'em Right: Homemade Paneer Cheese

I love Madhur Jaffery’s World Vegetarian. It is full of creative and inspiring ideas for every kind of vegetable you can imagine. It also has many recipes for basics, especially Indian basics. It is from this cookbook that I learned how easy it is to make Paneer at home. It is so much better than store bought and so easy!

Paneer

2 quarts whole milk

3-4 Tbs white vinegar

Line a colander with a dish towel or several layers of cheesecloth. Heat the milk in heavy bottomed pot until just boiling. Turn the heat to low and add 3 Tbs of vinegar. The milk should curdle and the curds should separate from a greenish clear liquid (the whey). If this does not happen add an additional 1 Tbs of vinegar. Remove pot from heat and pour mixture into the colander. Gather the towel and twist and ring out as much of the liquid as possible. Put the twisted up disk onto a board in the sink and put another board on top with a 5 pound weight. Let drain for several minutes.

Now enjoy!