Sewai is a light Indian dessert prepared on special occasions like festivals andÂ dinner parties. This combination of vermicelli strands and milk is famous across the entrie nation.
Dal ke Parathe are made up of protein rich filling of dal and spices, stuffed fibre and carbohydrate rich covering of whole wheat flour. Served with a little butter and curry, it is famous for its satiating and soothing flavors.
Chana Dal fry is a healthy, delicious and an everyday dal made with bengal gram. This dal alone is sufficient to for a complete meal in combination with steamed rice or chapatis.
Kala Chana Curry is a simple, easy to make dish and full of flavors. It is famous for being part of Punjabi cuisine. Besides the soaked and boiled black chickpeas make it very nutritious.
Gobhi Paratha is an Indian bread stuffed with cauliflower mixed up with all the spices. With winters round the corner these parathas rank top in the list of Indian meal.
Stuffed parathas are always preferred over the plain parathas. Hare matar ke parathe are among the most relished dishes of the North India during winters.
Rajma curry is an easy recipe made regularly at home. Being rich in proteins it is very nutritious, and when served with plain rice or jeera rice this dish lists as top favorite for the North Indians.
Bihari Baingan Bharta or Bihari Chokha is a dish that is traditionally served with Sattu Ki Litti. Both these dishes go hand in hand complementing the taste of each other. This procedure of making Baingan Bharta helps in preserving the nutrients of the ingredients and the smoky flavor of roasted brinjals adds to its taste.
Samosa or sambusa, or samboksa or singhada is a famous, all time favorite, tempting and savory snack dish eaten through-out the nation. Serve it with chutney or sauce or just alone they rule over all the snacks of all times.