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A wonderful collection of traditional & authentic Indian kebab recipes! Try these delicious and healthy kebab recipes, perfect for both vegetarians and non-vegetarians. They are all so tasty, it will be hard to chose a favorite!
A tasty Anglo-Indian dish combining tender flaky fish, hard-boiled eggs and fragrant Basmati rice. Trust me, it's a winning combination of tastes & flavors. My Kedgeree is a delicious one-pot meal packed with protein from both the fish & the hard-boiled eggs.
Kesari Bhath Recipe
My Sweet Saffron Rice is simply heavenly and can be eaten at anytime - as part of a meal or as a dessert or even a tea time snack. This recipe comes straight out of grandmother's very own kitchen, I hope you enjoy it as much as we do.
Kesari Murgh Kofta Recipe
My Chicken Meatballs with Saffron Curry is rich & decadent. A pinch of saffron adds a subtle fragrance and flavor to this delicious dish. Make it for celebrations, special occasions or whenever the mood strikes you!
A traditional mixed vegetable & dal stew that is a staple in India's Saraswat community. Use seasonal or handy vegetables to make this delicious dish. By the way, this classic recipe contains absolutely no onions or garlic! I grew up eating this dish :-)
Kheema Naan Recipe
My delicious Kheema Naan is naan (flatbread) stuffed with a spiced minced meat. Usually in India, ground lamb is used but you can use ground chicken, ground turkey or even a vegetarian version using minced mushrooms. My freshly baked home made Kheema Naans are truly out of this world!
Kobhi ani Peetha chi Bhaji Recipe
If you're not a big fan of cabbage, then you must try my Spicy Stir Fried Cabbage dish made with chickpea flour (besan or Bengal gram flour). This interesting dish is just full of various tastes & textures -- it's a big favorite in my house and I hope it will be a favorite in yours too :-)
Kodbale are a delicious deep-fried snack enjoyed throughout Maharashtra state. They are basically savory spirals of crunchy goodness made from rice flour. Kodbale are usually served along with tea, but they can be enjoyed at anytime as a snack or eaten with breakfast. Do try making them soon :-)
Kokum Fish Curry Recipe
Want to try an exotic curry for dinner tonight? Well then, my Kokum Fish Curry definitely fits the bill! Kokum is a dark purple fruit native to India and is commonly used as a “souring agent” especially in Goan, Konkani & Maharashtrian cuisines. It is found usually in its dried form.
Kolambi Bhath Recipe
My delicious Konkani Shrimp Rice is a simple & tasty meal, serve it with some fresh yogurt & crispy papads. This dish is a huge family favorite, a great one-pot meal that can be enjoyed any day of the week.
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