Mutton Keema Saaru | Meatball Curry

Mutton keema saaru is a traditional karnataka style dish, that’s mainly prepared from mutton keema/minced meat. The list of ingredients and the process to make this mildly-spicy, super delicious dish may look exhaustive, but trust me you will love the result. I learnt cooking this from my mother-in-law and and also took inspiration from some…

Molake Huruli Kaalu Saaru | Sprouted Horse Gram Curry

This is a popular and authentic dish from Karnataka. It’s tasty, super healthy and is made from sprouted horse gram, potato, and pressure cooked in a freshly ground paste containing onion, tomato, variety of spices and coconut. It tastes best with white/ brown rice and mudde with a tbsp of ghee on it. My mom…

Tomato Curry – Simple & Delicious

Tomato curry is a simple, tasty, and easy-to-make dish that has onion, tomatoes and spices as the base. It is a traditional curry from South India, and is also one of the commonly prepared curries in my house. My mom used to prepare this quite a lot and that’s how I happen to adopt it….

Rajma Masala | Red Kidney Beans Curry

Rajma masala is an authentic vegetarian dish from India. Kidney beans are a good source of protein and also have health benefits. Rajma mainly consists of red kidney beans in a thick mild-spicy gravy and is usually eaten alongside white rice. However it also tastes great with chapati/roti/naan. Rajma masala is super easy to make,…

Panner Butter Masala

Paneer butter masala is a crowd favorite. It’s an Indian curry that is commonly prepared at home and is also popular in restaurants. As the name itself suggests, this curry is made from paneer and contains quite a lot of butter. This is not a typical spicy Indian curry at all, it falls slightly on…

Chicken Curry

Who doesn’t love chicken curry? I say, No one! 😛
If you love Indian cuisine you must try this delicious Chicken curry. It’s simple, easy-to-make, flavorsome and definitely tastes as good as what you would get at an Indian Restaurant. It goes well with Malabar paratha and chapati but, you can also eat with rice.