Main course - Chicken

Hot and spicy Indian chicken dishes.

Main course - Vegetarian

Authentic regional vegetarian dishes .

Main course - Rice

Spicy Hyderabadi and chettinadu briyani, Bisibelabath, Madras Pongal etc with real flavors.

Fresh Juices and Squahes

Make fresh juices and squashes with available local fruits.


Make tasty smoothies and ice creams at home as branded ice creams available in the market.

Sunday, February 9, 2014

Chilli Soya Chunks Recipe / Healthy Recipes

Chilli Soya Chunks Recipe / Healthy Recipes

Chilli soya chunks recipe is a simple and healthy recipe prepared with meal maker, green chillies, spices and sauces. This dry recipe tastes similar to chilli chicken and goes well with rice, roti and chappathi.For better results use medium sized soya chunks which can absorb the spices flavour easily. Try this protein rich healthy recipe at home and Enjoy Cooking!!!


Soya Chunks                                         100 gm
Onions                                                    200 gm
Chilli Powder                                             15 gm
Chilli sauce                                                10 gm
Tomato ketchup                                         10 gm
Soya sauce                                                  5 gm
Lemon juice                                                3 ml
Salt                                                          to taste
Green chillies                                          4 nos
Coriander leaves                                     1 sprig
Oil                                                           as required


1. Boil water in a thick bottom vessel. Add soya chunks and cook for 2 to 3 minutes. Drain water and squeeze soya chunks to dry.
2. Add chilli powder, chilli sauce, tomato ketchup, soya sauce, Lemon juice and salt. Keep aside and soak for one hour.
3. Slice the onions. Slit green chillies lengthwise.
4. Put the soya chunks in a pan. Cook till the soya chunks becomes dry in a slow fire. Keep aside.
5. Heat oil, fry onions and green chillies. Add salt and then put the soya chunks and fry for few minutes.
6. Serve hot, garnished with corainder leaves.

Thursday, December 19, 2013

Lamb Bhuna/Bhuna Gosht Recipe - Lamb in a spicy thick sauce

Lamb Bhuna/Bhuna Gosht Recipe - Lamb in a spicy thick sauce

Lamb Bhuna is a Punjabi delicacy prepared with lamb cubes with bone fried and cooked in a spicy thick onion tomato based sauce. As we add the tomatoes at last, the flavour and taste of the tomatoes is dominant along with the spices. Bhuna gosht is available in restaurants serving punjabi cuisine and pakistani cuisine. This curry is popular among curry lovers and also a fast moving dish in British Indian restaurants. Try this Lamb bhuna curry recipe at home and Enjoy Cooking!!!


Lamb with bones              500 gm
Onions finely sliced           1 no big size
Tomato finely chopped      3 nos
Dry Red Chilli                    2 nos
Chilli Powder                     1tsp
Turmeric powder               1tsp
Garam Masala Powder      1tsp
Dry Methi Leaves              1/2 tsp
Cumin powder                   1/2 tsp
Coriander powder              1 tsp
Garlic paste                       1tbsp
Ginger Paste                      1tbsp
Ginger sliced                      1/2 tsp
Coriander Leaves              2 sprig
Oil                                     60 ml
Salt                                   to taste  
1. Wash lamb and keep aside.
2. Heat oil in a thick bottom vessel and fry chopped onions in a medium fire till it becomes golden brown.
3. Add lamb, ginger paste, garlic paste and continue fry till the colour of the meat turns golden brown in colour.
4. Add dry red chilli, chilli powder, turmeric powder, methi leaves, cumin powder, coriander powder, garam masala powder, salt and continue frying for 2 to 3 minutes.
5.Add enough water and cover cook in a medium fire till it becomes almost dry.
6. Add chopped tomatoes and continue frying in a slow fire by stirring occassionally.
7. Continue stirring till the sauce thicken and meat becomes tender.
8. Remove from heat, garnish with coriander leaves and sliced ginger. Serve hot with naan, pulao, roti,etc.


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