mushroom pepper fry is a party appetizer or restaurant style stir fry. learn how to make mushroom pepper fry with capsicum, mushrooms and black peppercorns.
Category: Indian Fry Recipes
Indian Fry Recipes,Vegetable Stir Fry, Veg fry
Simple potato fry, a South Indian style recipe that goes well with rice & rasam. Learn how to make easy potato recipes that are tasty side dishes with rice.
Egg roast with Appam is the best breakfast food combination among Kerala style recipes. Nadan egg roast is flavorful and one of the best Indian egg dishes.
Carrot fry, a gem among Vegetarian Indian recipes with minimal ingredients. A healthy carrot dish that is rich is vitamin A and calcium.
There are quite a few chicken dishes among Mangalore recipes. But a culinary gem among them all is the Chicken Ghee Roast. Goes well with ghee rice.
Potato Roast is a classic North Indian style stir fry recipe. One of my favorites among the quick simple recipes using Aloo.
Among the classic recipes of Andhra, Cabbage fry stands out for simple flavors and easy preparation. Veg Indian food at its best with minimal spices.
Easy Indian vegetarian beans fry recipe that is quick and healthy. Green beans cooked in Andhra style that goes well with rice and sambar.
One of the classic Andhra recipes with shrimp, Royalla Vepudu aka Prawn Fry that can be made in less than 20 minutes.. Andhra style prawn fry goes well with rice and sambar.
Aloo Baingan is an easy to make North Indian style vegetarian recipe using potatoes, brinjals and minimal spices. Its vegan too and makes for a delectable side with rotis
Raw Plantains are a low glycemic source of carbohydrate and full of nutrition. Aratikaya as its called in our part of the world is a regular every day vegetable in South Indian vegetarian cuisine. The key is to use fresh and firm green plantains before they ripen to a yellow shade. Today’s stir fry recipe is perfect side dish with rice, sambar, papad and a bowl of yogurt.
Typical South Indian style vegetable stir fry, Carrot beans vepudu, is healthy, easy to make with perfect combination of flavors. Curry leaves, hing and fresh coconut are my top most ‘essential’ ingredients whenever I venture out to make this vegetable fry recipe.
One of the best vegetarian recipe I have had in a long time is a stuffed okra with its origins in Gujarat. Tarla Dalalâ€™s recipe for a Gujarati stuffed bhindi is simply out of the world. Those who hate okra will definitely fall in love with it when they try Bhindi Sambhariya.
Though I am not too fond of cabbage, I find myself enjoying a North Indian style cabbage dry saute that calls for the inclusion of potato. Its a fabulous combination and a drizzle of lemon juice gives it a flavor that is so satisfying. Its amazing how the simplest of recipes are the most flavorful.
As long as there’s lots of peanuts, this Ivy gourd stir fry recipe is a winner. A classic vegetarian dish served on special occasions as part of an elaborate Andhra thali.
Simple, light and packed with flavor carrot stir fry. The earthy spices combine beautifully with the sweetness of carrots while the addition of fresh coriander brings freshness. Carrot in their ‘grated’ avatar work best for this vegan stir fry.
Pappula podi is a versatile spiced powder that enhances the flavor profile of vegetarian dishes lending them a unique taste. Most vegetables on the likes of okra, eggplant, ivy gourd and bitter gourd taste remarkably good when seasoned with Pappula podi.
Quick boiled egg stir fry that is slightly similar to the simple egg roast I blogged a while ago. An amalgamation of North and South Indian style of culinary preparation. Aromatic curry leaves and spices, kasuri methi, fresh coriander leaves and caramelized onions give the quartered boiled eggs an addictive taste. Serve as an appetizer or a dry saute with rice or rotis.
Must-have item on special occasions and a stir fry that is bound to convert hard core skeptics. It’s the sort of thing you should make only when you come across fresh, tender, bright green tindora. Tender Indian gherkins are turned into a deeply roasted delicious stir fry that is simple yet elegant to serve as part of a special meal.
A jhatpat sabzi with nutritious ingredients, capsicum and paneer. Appealing to the eye and the palate, this super quick, utterly simple stir fry is lightly spiced and makes a good side with phulkas or a filling for a wrap/roll.