Well some don’t like the bitter taste of Karela and for some its one of their favourite vegetable and for some its part of their everyday lunch. Whether you like it or not but you can not deny the nutritious facts of bitter melon and how good its for stomach and skin. So here is a very simple karela stir fry mostly prepared in Odia kitchen.
Mushroom flavoured with garlic, cumin seed and red chili. Easy to prepare and goes well as a side dish.
Paratha is a flattened wheat bread usually pan fried with ghee or oil. Parathas can be plain, flavoured or stuffed. Mooli paratha is a punjabi cuisine.Usually served with either yogurt, pickle or any curry.
Chana dal, also known as Bengal gram is split chickpeas without seed coat. It is the most widely grown dal(lentil) in India. Chana dal has a very high nutritious value.The glycemic index is incredibly low in chana dal and for this reason its loved by diabetic patients.
This fish fry recipe is the one that I learned from my dear grandmother. My mother also does it every time we have fish at home. Goes well with steamed rice.
Dosa is the most popular dish in South Indian cuisine. Mostly taken as breakfast or dinner. My personal favourite also. Once the batter for dosa is ready, can be kept in the freeze for 3-4 days.