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Dal Fry RecipeBy Meher LuliaDal Fry Recipe is a popular Indian lentil that is made using pigeon pea lentils, onions, tomatoes and indian spices. This recipe is usually prepared using arhar dal or toovar or pigeon pea lentils. channa dal, masoor dal or moong dal may be used to make this recipe.

This recipe is best served with plain regular rice or roti. On certain occasions Dal Fry is also served with plain basmati rice, ghee rice, jeera rice, Indian flatbreads like chapati, naan, kulcha, plain paratha, methi paratha, palak paratha. On the sides, Dal Fri can be served with pickle, papad, vegetable salad, fried chips.

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How to make Malai Paneer at home in 10 minsBy Meher Lulia

How to make Malai Paneer at home in 10 mins

Paneer also known as cottage cheese is commonly used in the Indian subcontinent. Cheena an initial form of paneer, which is more of a crumbly form and is used to make paneer burji or sweets. Panner is mostly used in as main ingredient in many Indian vegetarian cuisines such as Malai Paneer, Shahi Paneer, Palak Paneer, Matar Paneer, panner is also used as appetizer such as Paneer Tikka, Rashmi Panner, Chilli Paneer, Cheena Panner is also used in parathas and sandwiches. Paneer is an unaged, non-melting soft cheese made by curdling milk with lemon juice, vinegar or citric acid. Paneer is prepared by adding food with acidity to hot milk which ends up separating the curd from he whey.

Why make Malai Paneer at Home?

When there are option for paneer available in various stores then what is the need to make Malai Panner at home. Well, In India, one will get good panner on local stores, however find good and tasty panner in non asian country can be difficult. As a cook, I always prefer making paneer at home as it does not take more than 10 minutes, so start from here. Oh yes, making malai paneer at home always has advantages like:
  • Totally fresh
  • Free of preservatives
  • If you like organic food, you are use organic milk to make organic paneer
  • Homemade paneer is often Soft & delicious

Also here are good usage of whey that gets leftover when you make malai paneer or strain yoghurt:

  1. Add to Indian gravies (most indian use whey in indian curries)
  2. Add to fruit and/or vegetable juices
  3. Use to knead roti ka atta
  4. Put while making upama
  5. Use for cooking rice, veggies or pasta
  6. Can be used for baking
  7. Best used in soups
  8. Feed pets like dogs.
  9. If you wont want to use it anywhere, then best is Pour it into the plants.
  10. Rinse your hair.
  11. Whey bath is also good to soften skin.

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Butter Chicken Meatballs Recipe | बटर चिकन मीटबॉलBy Meher Lulia

Butter Chicken Meatballs recipe is made in makhni gravy that is similar to butter chicken recipe. Butter chicken Meatballs recipe is made with a delicious twist by adding chicken meatballs flavoured with onions, green chillies indian spices in a rich and creamy Makhni gravy.

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Tahiri- Step-by-Step quick and yummy Sindhi dishBy Meher LuliaTahiri is also known as "Mitho bhat". Mitho bhat gets its name from "Mitho" meaning sweet and "Bhat" meaning rice. Tahiri is made in all Sindhi households on "Cheti Chand" (the Sindhi New Year). It is an offering as prasad to Jhulelaal.
Eggless ladi pav | Pav Recipe | Homemade Pav | Pav Bread RecipeBy Meher LuliaIt's very difficult to buy pav n breads because of lockdown and quarantine.you can now make pav it at home and I am sure you will never buy pav from outside. Eggless Ladi Pav | Pav Recipe | Homemade Pav | Eggless Pav Bread Recipe is a hearty homemade bun that is famous pav of Mumbai. This feather-soft ladi pav is best had with most cuisines like potato vada, Samosas, vegetable curry or spicy bhaji. This Laadi Pav is made with instant dry yeast that is more commonly available in stores and very effective. The key to making eggless ladi pav is that you make sure that the dough has proved (that means doubled in size) very well, post that put dough of the ladi pav in the tray. Once the ladi pav is out of the over make sure to brush butter or oil the ladi pav to ensure it stays soft and does not dry up. Here is a list of popular recipes served with eggless ladi pav are Pav Bhaji, Vada Pav, Kaanda Bhajji Pav and Misal.
Sindhi Lolo (Easy Step-by-Step Sindhi breakfast)By Meher LuliaSindhi Lolo is a traditional comfort food, which can be had in breakfast or as a dessert after meal or at evening tea time. It is specifically made on Sitla Saatam by Sindhis. Do try it and bring that Sindhi Swaad to your very own home.
Dal Pakwan (Step-By-Step Authentic Sindhi breakfast)By Meher LuliaDal Pakwan is one dish every that is craved not by only Sindhi's but anyone who has had before. Dal Pakwan is a Sunday special breakfast, when entire family is leisurely at home. Thanks to lockdown, all days are Sundays 🙂 Dal pakwan is a Typical, Authentic Sindhi breakfast. The puris are made with Maida and are crisp, deepfried and not puffed. This puris are flavoured with pepper and ajwain. These puris are served with special dal, this dal is made with Chanadal. Dal Pakwan is made special only by topping dal with special chutney made with coriander and tamarind. You may then top with chopped onions also well.
Chocolate Mango MousseBy Meher LuliaThis is a quick and really delicious Chocolate Mango Mousse Recipe that is eggless. Make the best use of Mangoes this season and enjoy the with Chocolate Mango Mousse.
Chicken Fried RiceBy Meher LuliaChicken Fried Rice, basically fried rice is a staple in most Japanese and Asian restaurants. This homemade rice is even better than restaurants. Fried Rice can be made with Chicken, Prawns, Pork however for vegetarians this can also be made with Mushrooms, Soya Beans, Tofu, Paneer (Cottage Cheese)
Dilpis – Sindhi SweetBy Meher LuliaDilpis - Sindhi Sweet is a very simple, easy and delicious Sindhi sweet dish- which melts in your mouth. It can be made in a jiffy. Dilpis is usually made on festivals like Sitla Saatam and Diwali. Come try this 3-ingredient-sweet and bring the Sindhi Swaad to your very own home.
Cucumber Raita RecipeBy Meher LuliaCucumber Raita is a cooling raita made with chopped or grated cucumber with added spices for flavour. Most India eat raita as a cooling agent and it is very much used in summer.
Mini Soya Chunks PulaoBy Meher LuliaThis Mini Soya Chunks Pulao Recipe is easy to cook and has a great taste neutrality. Soya bean needs no introduction as it comes with lots of proteins. There are many options for proteins however, the best one is to use soya chunks which are protein rich.
Peanut Butter and Jelly CheesecakeBy Meher LuliaThis Peanut Butter and Jelly Cheesecake is rich and creamy. This is one of my favourite cheesecake I am sure you will like it too.
7 cup burfi | 7 cup sweetBy Meher Lulia7 cup burfi or 7-cup sweet recipe is one of the easiest recipe and fast to cook. This sweet is very near to to Mysore paak sweet with less of ghee. I always used to wonder why the name is 7 cup sweet and used to think if it was made of 7 different types of flour. The reason is that this recipes needs 7 cups is different ingredients. if you count ingredients below you will see the total is 7.
Atte ka SheeraBy Meher LuliaAtte ka seera also known as Gehun (wheat) ka Halwa Recipe or Atte Ka Halwa and popularly known as Kada Prasad is a delicious whole wheat flour sheera recipe. One must try this delicious and healthy Atte ka seera
Doodh (Milk) Puli PitheBy Meher LuliaSankranti is considered to be an auspicious day because the festival 'Makar Sankranti' is celebrated in various regions of India. ‘Makar Sankranti’ is the harvest festival, whereby it marks the onset of the harvest season in India and thus is celebrated all across the country. It has various local names and is known as Pongal in the states of Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu, Maghi and Lohri in Punjab and in Assam it is known as Bihu.
Gulab Jamoon Gulab JamunBy Meher LuliaGulab Jamoon Gulab Jamun गुलाब जामुन (gool-aab jaa-mun) or gulab jambu is a popular North Indian, Punjabi, Sindhi, Gujarati, Bangladeshi, and Nepali sweet dish made of a dough consisting mainly of milk solids (often including double cream and flour) in a sugar syrup flavored with cardamom seeds and rosewater or saffron.
Til LadooBy Meher LuliaSankranti is considered to be an auspicious day because the festival 'Makar Sankranti' is celebrated in various regions of India. ‘Makar Sankranti’ is the harvest festival, whereby it marks the onset of the harvest season in India and thus is celebrated all across the country. It has various local names and is known as Pongal in the states of Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu, Maghi and Lohri in Punjab and in Assam it is known as Bihu.
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