semiya biryani recipe – perfect for quick breakfast, lunch or dinner. A simple biryani can never beat a dum cooked layered biryani, but still i cook a normal biryani many times since it is simple to make, doesn’t take much time and tastes good as well. I made this easy semiya biryani months ago for […]
Lunch Recipes - Over 100 vegetarian recipes for Lunch box
Quick Indian Lunch box recipes and ideas all with step by step pictures for easy cooking. Whether you are a working women or a student or a bachelor, these recipes are fairly easy to make under 45 minutes to one hour for a family of 3 to 4. This category also consists of few curry or stir fry recipes to accompany your chapathi or paratha.
saffron rice is a simple flavourful dish and is a good substitute to pulao or biryani. Rice cooked with saffron to get the flavour and then seasoned with very little butter or oil along with pepper, chilies and egg. Vegetarians can use veggies instead of egg to make the meal nutritious. Saffron has many […]
Soya chunks fried rice or meal maker fried rice is another easy and quick rice dish that can be cooked in less than 10 minutes, if you have the cooked rice in hand. Soya chunks are protein and fiber rich and often used to make biryani and curries. I had tried several methods to […]
Today iam sharing how to make Pav bhaji for kids’ lunch box , one of the easy kids’ Lunch Box recipes. One pot rice dishes, Variety Paratha, roti are always opted by my kids, of course this pav bhaji tops the list. I sometimes surprise my kids with this express pav bhaji along with some […]
Ragi semiya has been used in some parts of Karnataka for several years. But it has been popular in the recent years since it has become a commercial product. During my childhood days, I had seen many of my friend’s moms doing these ragi semiya in their backyards and dry them in the hot sun. […]
Beetroot stir fry recipe with moong dal – Simple, healthy and delicious beetroot fry with moong dal. This goes well with plain rice, chapati or roti. Beetroot is one of those veggies with very few options to use in Indian cooking. I usually make beetroot chutney, beetroot thoran, poriyal, paratha and sometimes even add them […]