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Indian Fry Recipes

potato fry recipe

Potato 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

Kerala Egg Roast

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 cake

Carrot Fry

Carrot fry, a gem among Vegetarian Indian recipes with minimal ingredients. A healthy carrot dish that is rich is vitamin A and calcium.



chicken ghee roast

Chicken Ghee Roast

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.



aloo-roast

Potato Roast

Potato Roast is a classic North Indian style stir fry recipe. One of my favorites among the quick simple recipes using Aloo.



cabbage fry

Cabbage Fry ~ Cabbage Senagapappu Vepudu

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.



recipe with bean andhra style

Beans Fry

Easy Indian vegetarian beans fry recipe that is quick and healthy. Green beans cooked in Andhra style that goes well with rice and sambar.



indian shrimp recipe royalla vepudu

Prawn Fry

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.



baingan-recipe

Aloo Baingan Sabzi

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



aratikaya-vepudu

Aratikaya Vepudu ~ Raw Plantain Fry

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.



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