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'Punjabi' - 138 Recipe Result(s)

  • Punjabi Machchi

    Here's a simple fish recipe zinged into a Punjabi avatar! Fish fillets coated in garlic, red chilli, mint paste with a dash of chillies, lemon juice, amchur, garam masala and cooked to perfection.

  • Butter Chicken

    Straight from a Punjabi kitchen, butter chicken has been an instant hit through the years. Marinated overnight, the chicken is roasted and cooked in tomato puree, cream and masalas.

  • Chole Bhature

    Straight from a Punjabi kitchen - garma garam, chole bhature! Learn the art of making feather soft bhaturas served with chickpeas cooked in a pool of rustic spices.

  • Kadi Pakoda

    The typical Punjabi kadi with besan pakodas dipped in a rich besan-yogurt gravy, goes best with a bowl of steamed rice.

  • Kadha Prasad

    A Punjabi sweet offering served in Gurdwaras. Kadha prashad is also served during the ceremony of Amrit Sanchar. It is a traditional halwa made with whole wheat flour.

  • Rajma

    The good old rajma. Red kidney beans cooked in tomatoes, onions and spices. An all time favorite in the Punjabi household.

  • Punjabi Meat Masala

    A gorgeous recipe of mutton masala with whole spices.

  • Punjabi Lemon Chicken

    A melt in your mouth chicken recipe with a lemony kick. Punjabi lemon chicken made with citrus juices, sugarcane juice and some basic Indian spices.

  • Sarson Da Saag

    Here is the classic Punjabi dish, sarsoon da saag. Serve with some crisp makki di roti. Accompanied with some white butter and jaggery or honey, this is any foodie's heaven.

  • Sarson Ka Saag Aur Makki Ki Roti

    The classic Punjabi dish: Sarsoon da saag te makki di roti. Best had with some white butter and jaggery or honey.

'Punjabi' - 15 Article Result(s)

  • 10 Best Punjabi Recipes

    Best Punjabi Recipes - Learn from our specialist chefs and lay out an elaborate spread as we bring you ten classic recipes straight from a Punjabi kitchen.

  • How to Make Your Own Punjabi Garam Masala

    A standard masala in every Punjabi household and many others in the country is the Garam Masala.

  • Who invented the dal makhani?

    What does gold have to do with food? Well, I am writing about the black dal - yes humble black urad whole lentil whose avatar, the makhani dal, was invented by none other than Kundan ...

  • Classic Rajma Recipe: 4 New Avataars

    What spaghetti is to Italians, rajma chaawal is to most North Indians. It is the ultimate comfort food and possibly the most loved one as well. Rajma or kidney beans are not just good looking, ...

  • 10 Best Indian Recipes

    Prepare yourself to dive into a world of spice-packed, flavour and fragrance rich Indian food. From paneer makhni to Kerala-styled prawns, from mutton roganjosh to Parsi eggs, every dish is an exceptional mix of spunky ...

  • Happy Lohri! 10 Authentic Recipes

    Happy Lohri 2016 - The festival of Lohri brings a lot on to the table great food laced with flavours of tradition. Celebrated with great joy and fervor.

  • Soul Food: The Indian Love Affair with Dal Tadka

    There are only a few things that can make you feel like you've been transported back home, to the familiar scent that would linger in every corner when your favourite dishes were prepared in the ...

  • The Amritsari Kulcha Trail: Where to Get the Best?

    Amritsar Kulchas are famous for their unique way of preparation. There's lot to learn about it than meets the eye. Here are some of the best places to relish them -

  • 5 Best Lassi Recipes: The Creamy Summer Cooler from Punjab

    Often touted as the oldest smoothie in the world, a sip of sweet lassi, topped with a generous dollop of clotted cream, is hard to resist. Here are delicious ways to shake it up -

  • Pickle Making. A Dying Art?

    As a little kid there was always a martbaan or a dozen on the terrace or the veranda sunbathing, wearing nothing but a malmal ka kapda. Dozen because Punjabi aunties certainly do not cook meals ...