Easy Indian Recipes Made Within Minutes


Some of you might be searching for easy Indian recipes. Especially ladies who have entered into their married life recently would look out for some easy to make recipes so that they could master the art of cooking step by step from easy to hard. I would say that all the Indian recipes are easy if you have the right ingredients at hand to prepare them. For example if you want to make some easy Indian recipes with paneer and if you have paneer at home then it could be prepared within a matter of minutes. On the other hand if you start with making paneer this would be a winding process and may test your patience.


Many of the traditional Indian recipes are easy Indian recipes these days with innovative products in the industry. With ready mix items you can make sambar very easily. Just cook dhal with few pieces of onion and turmeric powder and add chopped vegetables ready mix sambar powder, tamarind paste, salt and allow the vegetables to cook. Finally season the end product with mustard seed and curry leaves. Seasoning is what that adds taste to the easy Indian recipes and make them great dishes.


During the leisure time make paneer, ghee, khoya and yogurt at home. Alternatively you may purchase them from stores. Gone are the days when you have to grind the products with hand grinder. You need not peel the garlic or ginger as the ginger garlic pastes are available readymade. With these items whether it is variety rice or gravy or side dish or non-veg items you could make them within an hour or so.


Aloo fry, rasam, coconut chutney, upma, soup items, chilly chicken, fried rice, egg bread toast are all very easy to make. For making aloo fry, cut the potatoes in the shape of fingers, pour oil in kadai and fry some curry leaves. Add the chopped potatoes, add salt, turmeric powder and half teaspoon of sambar powder and fry it till golden brown. Add powdered pepper after it is done to increase its flavor. This is one of the best easy Indian recipes that your kids would love.


Making rasam these days have become that easy that all you have to do is to add rasam powder, tamarind paste and one piece of crushed garlic to one liter of water and bring it to boil. Do not forget to season it with mustard and curry leaves. I have prepared the dry powder of cinnamon, cloves and cardamom and use it for the non-vegetarian items instead of garam masala. Try the South Indian milagu kari recipe with this traditional home made garam masala. Heat oil in pressure cooker, add a handful of crushed onion, half teaspoon of this dry spices powder, two teaspoons of pepper powder and two teaspoons of ginger garlic paste and fry them for five minutes. Add 500 grams of mutton pieces and fry it for few minutes. I usually add potatoes cut into eight big pieces with this. Add turmeric powder, one teaspoon of coriander powder, one tumbler of water and salt and cook under pressure for fifteen minutes. You will stun your guests with such easy Indian recipes.

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